😼 How to train your cat to let you sleep 🐱 set a bedtime routine for your cat

Relax My Cat are experts in creating relaxing music to help calm your cat and help them sleep. Our music is composed in-house by our team of producers, and uses binaural technology designed to relax and calm your cat. If your cat has sleeping problems or anxiety problems or is even stressed during construction, fireworks or other loud noises, you should try our music.

Does your cat keep you up at night or keep you up in the early hours of the morning? If so, take a look at our latest vlog on how to train your cat to let you sleep. Here are the basic principles you need to know and follow to teach your cat to let you sleep in:

1. Play with your cat before bedtime – make sure their energy level goes down

2. Feed before sleep – give your cat her largest meal before their bedtime and then play with them

3. Reset your cat’s internal clock – keep your cat awake during daytime hours and engage in more activities

4. Ignore your cat completely when she is asking or your attention at night – remember who’s training who!

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Relax My Cat’s music will help to calm and soothe your cat or kitten in a variety of situations. Minimise separation anxiety, reduce hyperactivity, minimise fear of thunderstorms or fireworks, stop unwanted whining, comfort sick or injured cats and calm your cat on car journeys – Relax My Cat does it all!

Our music is based on feline vocal communication and environmental sounds that pique the interest of cats; it is written in a musical language that is uniquely designed to appeal to the domestic cat. All of the music is recorded on traditional instruments and the human voice. No actual cat, mouse, or bird calls are used (although it may sound like it).

Relax My Cat’s music is unique, and will help in a variety of situations as a substitute for medication. We have helped thousands of cats and kittens worldwide to sleep and reduce their anxiety. Music therapy for your cat can keep them calm, happy and healthy, and it is a great way to rehabilitate rescue cats – or just get your kitten or cat used to their new home.

Being re-homed is an incredibly stressful time for cats – as they have to get used to a lot of different sights and sounds, as well as their new family and any other pets in the household. We recommend that you play Relax My Cat during this time, and it will help reduce their heart rate and relax them while they explore their new surroundings. No more whining kittens – they will get used to your home in no time at all with the help of Relax My Cat’s music!

You may be litter training, which can be a stressful time for both dog and parent, and our music will soothe your kitten making your life easier. When listening to Relax My Cat you will notice your kitten start to relax, and get more used to their tray, or similarly if you are training them to get used to their travel box.

It is also very useful to calm your cat during car journeys – which many kittens find a stressful time. They may associate it with vets visits – so we recommend playing Relax My Cat’s music before and after visits to the vet to reduce their stress.

The worst time of year for over 60% of cats is Firework season – the loud bangs are really scary for them and you may notice a huge change in your kitty during this time. Thunderstorms are another difficult time for cats, with the majority of cats being very scared of storms because of the unfamiliar loud noises. Relax My Cat is the perfect solution to this anxiety inducing situation – just play our music to reduce your cats anxiety and make them feel safe.

The most common problem we hear is separation anxiety in cats – being separated from you can cause severe anxiety in many cats. Relax My Cat’s music has improved thousands of cases of separation anxiety and noisy felines all over the world.

Our music will help cats of all breeds and ages to stay relaxed and keep calm. We are also on a number of social media platforms – so join our community and let’s chat! We love to hear about and see pictures of your kitties!

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10 Responses

  1. chrissyart
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    How can I train my cat to sleep in his own bed he did great last night in it but now he back in my bed don't get me wrong I love the little. Baby but ugh I want me bed back!

  2. CA Catr
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    A Cat's energy to romp and play is higher on an empty stomach, after digestion is completed, not on a freshly-fed tummy. After a full tummy, digestion and rest comes. Some of the information in this video is incorrect.

  3. Joe Folksy
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    Shdrrcgdydrcgggccgcddext,ffx,they were all over again and then we are at all the p e.the company said he had not seen a i dino a n I wasebngbnn

  4. P Heart
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    4.30am.he bites my hair. …….

  5. Leah Greenberg
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    Problem, I ignored my cat 100% for 2 months straight at night but I couldn’t sleep as she would cry like she was being tortured. I got a new roommate today and of course the cries are even more obvious to me because it’s not just my problem anymore. At 4 in the morning after numerous rounds of this crying (which I’ve never given into! Not once!), I leave my room, grab my cat, and put her in bed with me. The crying stops and now she is sleeping soundly next to me. What do I do? I can’t sleep with her every night like this. Has she been crying because of anxiety? SOS please help.

  6. Moon Stone
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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
    I am struggling with my 1 year old cat almost every night. He won't let me sleep more than 3 hours… I am going crazy 😵😵.
    Now I see that I should have ignored him not feed him instead.😟🙄

  7. David S.
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    Can I just put him in a crate while I am sleeping?

  8. Benjamin sam
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    Can i lock my cat in crate at night

  9. Lince blince
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    I have a problem because now I have two cats. My first cat (1year old), I have no problems – it was sleeping with me all night. But now I have +1. Female kitten. And they do stuff together all night long. How can I get sleep with two cats? Please, help :)

  10. HSMelenGurl
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    Omg thank you so much but can you make a vid to make your cat stop biting wires sugar does that to much

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