I Got a Thundershirt!

Guess what?!?  Since PetMeds started carrying Thundershirts for dogs or cats, I get to try one out for my very own self.

Daisy the Curly Cat is looking forward to trying the Thundershirt for cats

I know you are probably thinking, “But, Daisy, what anxiety do you have in your life?”  My stress is caused by a cat named Harley.  He is a maniac.  Need I say  more?

Harley causes Daisy some anxiety

This box says “The Best Solution for Cat Anxiety” so I cannot wait to try it out!

The Thundershirt is "The Best Solution for Cat Anxiety"

I am feeling less stress already! I weigh about 8 pounds, so I got the size for cats 0-9 pounds.  I think a 0 pound cat might need food more than a Thundershirt! Anyway, even though the Thundershirt is supposed to fit snugly, I think the next size up would have fit me a little bit better on account of I got a big belleh.  Um, does this outfit make my hips look too big?

Daisy the Curly Cat feels less anxiety wearing her new Thundershirt

If you are a fashionable cat like me, you might notice that the Thundershirt is not very stylish.  You can easily fix this by adding an accessory like my pretty flowered headband to the outfit.

You can dress the Thundershirt up with a pretty accessory

Now I just have to wait for a thunderstorm… or a Harley.

With her new Thundershirt, Daisy is prepared to deal with Harley

By the way, the Thundershirt comes in sizes for dogs, too!

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  1. Daisy the Curly CatMay 15, 2012 at 9:20 am

    Keisha, it might make you feel more relaxed during storms!

  2. Daisy the Curly CatMay 15, 2012 at 9:20 am

    Val, you are so right!

  3. Daisy the Curly CatMay 15, 2012 at 9:21 am

    Nellie, if wearing stuff makes you feel bad, it might not help. But this feels sort of like a hug!

  4. Hi Daisy. Happy New Year from Neko, my 6-yr old Siamese brother, and me, Pitou, Neko’s 4-yrold brother. Our Mom/caregiver adopted us from the Cat Sanctuary in Woonsocket, RI. It is a no-kill shelter, and our oldest bro,.Tiger,also came from there. Tiger lived to be 15.

    Sorry about the wordy intro, but Mom (Rachel).
    has a serious concern she wishes to tell you about. Pitou was adopted by Mom at the age of 2 months. Suddenly one day, Pitou became ill and lifeless. Mom brought Pitou to the vet to examine him. Diagnosis determined upper respiratory infection (not affecting the lungs, but “above” lungs. Pitou was given a bout of antibiotics for this condition, a well as eyedrops for his conjectavitus. Fever left after a few days, but Pitou continues to have labored breathing Mom worries too much, so thevet tells her not to worry. What could you say to Rachel that would help her to feel ok with Pitou’s diagnosis. Mom is told that Pitou suffers from a virus, which will always remain in him. Is Pitou safe to live on with these words of “wisdom”? Please help, we are worried about Pitou. Thank you, Neko, Pitou, and Mom.

  5. Daisy the Curly CatJanuary 12, 2015 at 1:17 pm

    Nice to meet you! I am so sorry that Pitou is not feeling well. My best advice is to work closely with your veterinarian. You can use our “Ask the Vet” form to get advice from a holistic veterinarian about strengthening the immune system here: http://www.1800petmeds.com/education/ask-the-vet-form.htm.

    Feel better soon, Pitou!

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