Q&A: What Is Cat Mojo?

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What is Cat Mojo?

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  1. kimberly   July 29, 2012 at 9:47 pm  

    We have five foster kitties,we need help with 2 of those foster kitties.we need them to be more friendly with other people.we really really need your help!!215-990-5426

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    1. Karen   July 30, 2012 at 3:45 pm  

      Kimberly, if you read Jackson’s Web site about his Spirit Essences, you will find what remedy – or remedies – they will need to adjust. If he can’t help you, I also use Master’s Essences flower remedies – http://www.mastersessences.com – the Web site has a new name, but I never remember it – you will be redirected. There is a questionnaire for you to take on the left side. It will help you decide what essences applies. But see if Jackson’s flower essences can help you first. Also, I use an Abandonment and Abuse flower essence from another flower essence line. The point is you have to figure out what the cats’ needs are first and foremost. You have to observe them to see what they need. I hope this helps. Karen

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  2. Betty Moore   July 29, 2012 at 10:29 pm  

    Thank you! I love hearing everything that I can for my cats.

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  3. Linda Eisenhauer   July 30, 2012 at 8:58 am  

    Hi Jackson Great video! While watching, I was thinking “Where do I feel this in my body?” The answer is I feel it in my whole body, heart,soul, and mind. It is what connects me to cats, humans, and all living things. It increases my connection to them.Your teaching has increased my awareness of this and has opened me to connect with my fellow beings on this planet.! Love, light, and mojo to you ! Namaste! Linda Eisenhauer

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  4. Cheryl Stephenson   July 30, 2012 at 10:23 am  

    Thanks for the intro on cat mojo. Little did we know my husband and I have been developing our cat mojo for a while now. With eight cats you have to! We’re understanding the need for heights more and more and working to make our house more cat friendly. Thank you for all that you are doing, we love learning about what makes a cat tick. By the way, I LOVE the painting behind you in this video!

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  5. Dianda   August 4, 2012 at 1:07 am  

    My cat mojo is slowly developing! Thanks Jackson! :)

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  6. Karen K   August 12, 2012 at 7:50 am  

    Hi, me again (with Gracie’s problem of not using the litter box sometimes). I should also let you know that we have taken Gracie to the vet to check if she has a bladder infection. The vet put her on meds and she wasn’t peeing at that time…she did start again after a couple of weeks. Her behavior problem actually started last October when we left the cats under my mom’s care while we went on vacation. Gracie had actually closed herself in the bathroom and could have been in there for about a day while we were gone. Do you think this contributes to her behavior now? If so, do you have suggestions what to do?

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  7. Alex M   August 17, 2012 at 11:36 pm  

    Hi there, finally I found a place for cats, those animals are very interesting and unique…I´m not a cat person
    but somehow I got related to this species, I only have or share my life with 3 cats in 17yrs and each one has its very own personality.

    I want to share a little of myself If you dont mind…( sorry for my bad english, its not my native language but I´m doing my best :3 )

    I dont know If is cat mojo but I consider those cats my other part of my family, the first time her eyes got into mines, she adopted me instantly, the first cat I had was a female queen tabby grayish mainecoon, her name was Rita and we dont started exactly with the right foot, but that time I was 14yrs old ( now I´m 31 ) and my parents getting dirvorced at that time,a month later I remember we had a fight a big one, but at the end we stop fighting and we keep staring each other for a long time and the problem was gone, no words or mews where dropped, she got older and unfortunately catch a disease from an epidemic virus ( she got all the vaccines at the time ) and I had to let her go, it was so painful I didnt expect to be adopted again by a cat.
    But then came Fritz around and that cat just read my toughts ( funny but mostly we just change or crossing our eyes and thats pretty much of it ), never had an incident with this one, he was such a gent and live for 10 yrs pretty well, just the time got into his bones.
    The last cat I had was named Joe ( Cool Joe ), this one was actualy a loved one in my family he spend many time making us happy( he was a little devil ), he liked to eat plenty and enjoy his short life, I got unlucky with this one ( developed a liver malfuntion syndrome ) but aside that we enjoy every happy moment and quality family time with this one…
    I dunno If it cats mojo but I´m afraid to look at other cats eyes again because I miss those buddies and I don´t want to lose other again, so this is my little tale, and nice work helping others cats.

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  8. Caroline   September 2, 2012 at 3:20 pm  

    I know Jackson is busy so whoever has advice I would appreciate it. I rescued a barn cat who gave birth to a litter in late April. Only one kitten survived. The queen is Penny, the kitten is Peanut. Peanut is a holy terror but in a cute way. My main problem is that she thinks people are her personal toys. I have constant scratches/scars from her thinking my fingers and toes are edible. Even if I wear socks she goes after my feet. She will climb up me (and anyone else who is visiting) from foot to head, whether there are clothes on or not. It is bad enough when she claws her way up me jeans to my T shirt to my head, but it is worse when she claws her way up my bare legs when I (or my guest) is wearing shorts! Ouch! She acts like a feral cat but she has been raised indoors and only goes outdoors while supervised. She is four months old so not old enough to get spayed yet although I hope that might help stop some of her behaviors. We play a lot with mice toys, lasers, things on the end of string, and she loves to steal my socks and run off with them. She also runs up and down my shotgun hallway growling and being (for lack of a better term) a total spaz. She is not in danger of being taken to the shelter or anything, but I have had cats my entire life, at one time as many as 7 at once, and I have never encountered this problem. But also I have never had a kitten before. I have always adopted adult cats. I wanted to sign up for casting call for My Cat from Hell but I live in Washington and the call is limited to the LA area. Please Help.

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  9. Lisa L   September 29, 2012 at 8:28 am  

    I rescued a feral kitten 7 years ago and I only have one question– Why does she drool every single time I pet her or give her attention? She hides when strangers come over but is very affectionate with my fiance and I. Mineux doesn’t drool over food or treats or when she’s afraid. This only happens when she’s being patted and loved on. Do you know why she does this?

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    1. Therese Brausch   July 7, 2014 at 3:11 pm  

      I have 6 ferals that took me years to come in my house and get along together. They all drool when they are being petted. I believe they are just really relaxing and enjoying the attention.

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  10. Lisa   November 8, 2012 at 8:09 pm  

    I adopted him from a very well known friend who helps abandoned kittens when he was 4 months old and there were absolutely no issues with him until recently. He was always very well behaved..no scratching furniture, potty trained, very affectionate and social. Spring time came and he started hanging out by a specific window rather than snuggling with me which was a change, and poopinh outside of his box, and going after garbage and all food. I had brought him to the vet many times-3 vets told me different things and inevitably I had tests done for him and they diagnosed him with crystals-he’s been on a medicated food diet since which he seems to like. Recently I’ve moved and tuxedo is still at home with my younger brother, sister, and mother who take very good care of him but his behavior hasn’t changed. He has accidents in different places, but the vet says he’s healthy. My mom has given me an altimatim; fix it or she’s putting him to sleep.

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  11. Christine Jacobson   November 18, 2012 at 9:01 pm  

    I love Jackson and his show. He is very perceptive and talented when it comes to cats. The commercials for his show, though, are awful. They make cats out to be possessed demons. Cat haters soak that all in. Just last week in the news several dozen rescued cats were shot at close range. One was shot in the eye and others up the rectum. Most died and those were the lucky ones. The precious cat with his one eye spilling out was not so lucky. THIS commercial adds to the perception that cats are evil and thus give excuses for demented people to torture them. Please STOP these horrible commercials which I am convinced incite cat haters to violence against cats.

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  12. Diane   March 31, 2013 at 8:12 am  

    Hi,

    I have a cat that adopted us about 2 years ago. She was living in the apartment next to ours with a bunch of druggies, etc. When she came to us, she was about 6 months old. The insanity this poor kitty lived with was just unbelievable! Loud music, fighting, things being broken and smashed, etc. They were going to abandon her when they got evicted so we took her in.

    She is the sweetest cat in the world but she absolutely has PTSD. She gets so scared sometimes and I just don’t know what to do to comfort her. We love her very much and she and our youngest cat are buddies but she’s still in such a state that she can never relax (not even when she’s sleeping).

    What can I do?

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  13. Angela   April 6, 2013 at 10:04 pm  

    Jackson I have Three cats Wallie, Sammy and Lilly. Sammy and Wallie are brothers and Lilly we got last year. She has adjusted awesome to the brothers very well and to my children. The only problem my husband and I are have is the she has totally scratched up my bookself it is destroyed all the way down to bare wood and the other problem is she has been peeing in my sons crib on a daily basis. Lilly is a wonderful sweet cat thats a year old that has a little bit of KINKS in her all I ask is for some tips on helping her with some of these issues. Jackson please help me out b/c it will help Lilly out as well. Thank you!

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  14. Yolanda   April 14, 2013 at 3:33 pm  

    Jackson hi need help with my 3 cats, the highest and lowest can not relate, just fight, but is the smallest that attacks the most, and this only happens under my bed, both have a strong fights and most afraid to go out and she is now 13 years.

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  15. Melissa   May 31, 2013 at 2:32 pm  

    I have a serious problem – my slightly dumb husband brought an 8 week old pointer puppy home and we have a cat with 6-8 week old kittens. The cat has tried to literally kill the dog, in the process attacking me, my husband and sister-in-law. It was a dumb thing to do but is done and we don’t want to get rid of any of them (live in the country) – I need a little advice on how to at least stop the violence….right now they are kept separate but this means the cat is outside and dog is inside only. We got a kennel and are thinking of putting the cat and kittens and bringing them inside with the dog for a few minutes at a time?

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  16. Yoseph   January 24, 2014 at 3:56 pm  

    Question: We all know that the internet is for cute cat videos. And there are tons of people that are cashing in on this. most are non invasive, one time pic or video… However the now famous “grumpy cat” is being taken on tour… What are your thoughts on this type of thing? Taking the cat around the us being touched by hundred maybe thousands of people a day. Large crowds tons of noise. I as a mostly functional adult cant stand the thought of the crowds that must be endured at a place like that. But a cat that cant say “i need my space” I would think is a “ticking time bomb in that situation.

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  17. Jen   February 16, 2014 at 10:41 am  

    Hi! First off let me say I love you and all your information. One of my cats have very sensitive paws. ever since I have owned her I havent been able to trim her nails. she has had them trimmed under sedation when at the vet but I would love to be able to trim them myself. she gets upset if I even try and touch her paws. I have tried coaxing her into it, showing her its ok that I touch them but nothing seems to work. I have had professionals try as well with no success. she gets very vicious. She does the same when trying to get her temp taken in the rear, 3 different vets have tried this unsuccessfully. any suggestions? She is a lovable kitty (at least towards me she is), definitely not a “Cat From Hell” but these 2 areas seem to be issues with her. Thank you so much!

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  18. Dennis   October 2, 2014 at 10:53 am  

    We have a 10 year old male we rescued from the shelter in Calgary who has been the best cat my wife has ever had. About four and half months ago we realized there was a stray cat living in the abandoned barn across the road from us. My wife fed the cat for 6 weeks until it finally came to her then wanted in our house. My wife decided on the spot she wanted to keep her a tiny brown tabby. The problem was our other cat decided the cat had to go. After two severe fights we stopped trying to put them together. We both read up on getting cats together and asked for help. Unfortunately our old male refused to accept her. He constantly tried the doors to the rooms we put her in and he constantly patrolled the house to find her. We were at a point where we decided he would have to just deal with her being in the home. Unfortunately about two weeks ago we noticed he has started to loose weight, he still eats he is just loosing weight. He has also completely changed his day to day routine and eating habits. My wife decided it isn’t fair to upset the best cat she has ever had and we made the decision to surrender her to the SPCA. She is still in her 10 day quarantine before she goes up for adoption. Is there anything else we could of done to keep her or is this the right decision. I would appreciate a quick response as this has been upsetting for my wife our two boys and our family in general.
    Thanks

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  19. Dennis   October 2, 2014 at 10:57 am  

    We have a 10 year old male we rescued from the shelter in Calgary who has been the best cat my wife has ever had. About four and half months ago we realized there was a stray cat living in the abandoned barn across the road from us. My wife fed the cat for 6 weeks until it finally came to her then wanted in our house. My wife decided on the spot she wanted to keep her a tiny brown tabby. The problem was our other cat decided the cat had to go. After two severe fights we stopped trying to put them together. We both read up on getting cats together and asked for help. Unfortunately our old male refused to accept her. He constantly tried the doors to the rooms we put her in and he constantly patrolled the house to find her. We were at a point where we decided he would have to just deal with her being in the home. Unfortunately about two weeks ago we noticed he has started to loose weight, he still eats he is just loosing weight. He has also completely changed his day to day routine and eating habits. My wife decided it isn’t fair to upset the best cat she has ever had and we made the decision to surrender her to the SPCA. She is still in her 10 day quarantine before she goes up for adoption. Is there anything else we could of done to keep her or is this the right decision. I would appreciate a quick response as this has been upsetting for my wife our two boys and our family in general.
    Thanks

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We regret that Jackson does not answer questions posted in the comments. This is due to his demanding schedule and the high volume of requests he receives. But most importantly, since he has not met your cat, it would be contrary to his approach for him to give specific personalized advice for your specific situation. That being said, general questions and issues are addressed throughout this blog, in his book Cat Daddy and of course, the show My Cat From Hell.

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