Composure™ chews for cats are a calming supplement designed to promote relaxation during stressful situations. Examples: Your cat is headed to the vet. You had a new baby. You are having guests over for the holidays. You heard there’s about to be a thunderstorm. Whenever your cat is stressed, calming chews offer positive support. Three main ingredients work together to support relaxation without affecting your cat’s energy levels or personality. The Colostrum Calming Complex™ Biopeptide Blend supports stress reduction and cognitive function; L-Theanine helps the body produce other amino acids to bring specific neurotransmitters back into balance; and B vitamins (thiamine) affect the central nervous system to help calm anxious animals. No herbals used. For use in cats only. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Store in a cool, dry place. For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. About the Formula: Colostrum Calming Complex® Biopeptide Blend is isolated from colostrum proteins, which have a calming effect on animals. These bioactive proteins have been found to support cognitive function and stress reduction. The Colostrum CalmingComplex® Biopeptide Blend works synergistically with the L-Theanine in this formula to promote relaxation and cognition in dogs. L-Theanine supports calming and relaxation and the reduction of irritability and low mood states. L-Theanine has-been extensively researched for its ability to reduce stress, anxiety, and unwanted behavior. L-Theanine is a naturally occurring amino acid found in green tea that is a derivative of the neurotransmitter glutamic acid. It helps the body produce other calming amino acids, such as dopamine, GABA and tryptophan and it helps bring certain neurotransmitters into balance. Studies on L-Theanine showed reduced anxiety-related behavior in dogs without adverse effect or drowsiness; dogs were alert, playful, and calmer in stressful situations. Thiamine (vitamin B1) helps manage stress and reduces irritability. Thiamine has been shown to affect the central nervous system to help calm and soothe anxious animals. A lack of thiamine can cause mental confusion, muscular weakness, muscle spasms, nervousness, reduced appetite, or weight loss during periods of stress. Recommended for: • Changes to environment • Boarding or kenneling • Veterinary or grooming visits • Holidays and parties • Boredom or separation anxiety • Moving or traveling • Fireworks and thunderstorms.