Where Should Jackson Go Next?

Where Should Jackson Go Next_

A message from Jackson:

Hey guys,

I’m getting ready to take off for one of the things I most look forward to, touring!

I’ll be traveling the country to celebrate the paperback release of my book CAT DADDY.

Nothing recharges my batteries more than being in a roomful of people like you, giving and receiving that unique cat mojo electricity.  It’s always a unique, thrilling and humbling experience.

That said, every time I post something about the tour, inevitably there are comments complaining about where I’m not going.

So that got me thinking, where can I go next?

I’m sure you know by now that my main mission is to take the toughest cat cases out there and help keep the animals and their people making sane decisions.  In the end, I try to make sure that we keep those “problem” cats out of shelters, far away from being another statistic.

So now here’s the fun part…

I really want to hear from you!

Just leave me a comment about:

  • what metropolitan area you live in (or even near) and
  • what I can expect in terms of the cat-loving population

One thing I need is volume!  The more people who write in from a specific area, the more I know I can help.  I will actually count the submissions, and I’ll keep you posted on the progress.

So let’s make this happen, #TeamCatMojo.

I hope I get to see you and your great hometown!

Light/Love/Mojo,
Jackson

  1. Connie   April 23, 2013 at 2:23 pm  

    Well I guess that leaves ALL of Maine out.. :(

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    1. Pat Whie   April 24, 2013 at 6:20 am  

      Louisville, Kentucky…we love cats here.

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      1. Stephanie H   April 27, 2013 at 10:14 pm  

        I second Louisville! We have a strong cat advocate following here, but the state as a whole could use some education and leadership in the animal welfare treatment. I just finished you book and never have been so inspired and moved by a book like that before!

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        1. Pandora   April 29, 2013 at 3:37 pm  

          Hi Jackson,

          I watch you every week. I have 3 cats and I volunteer at a place called Cat Depot in Sarasota, Fl. It is the most amazing state of the art facility in the country. You should come and check us out

          Pandora

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          1. Jenny and boys   June 20, 2013 at 4:12 pm  

            Jackson please come to Secondhandpurrs in Milwaukee Wisconsin.My boys want to see sll your toys you play with the kittens with.

          2. Amy   August 10, 2013 at 1:26 pm  

            Pandora – I’d love to pick your brain for some suggestions? Sounds like you have an amazing shelter! I, unfortunately, do not. We have very limited funding and staff and the environment is not an inviting one. I’d love to know if you can help point me in a direction to improve things?!

          3. Penny   February 9, 2014 at 8:18 am  

            Come to Florida. Of course the space coast would be great but anywhere in Florida will work. We will come to you! Thanks

        2. Michelle Gaines   July 5, 2013 at 12:41 pm  

          Please come to Louisville!!!!! My cats litterally watch your show with me!

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      2. Amy   April 27, 2013 at 11:34 pm  

        Lexington, Kentucky- we love cats!!

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        1. Brittney   April 29, 2013 at 5:06 am  

          I second Lexington, KY! Joseph-Beth Booksellers would be a great place to stop. And feel free to visit Woodford Humane Society while you’re in the area. =)

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      3. Ameobia Peterson   June 2, 2013 at 4:47 am  

        Jackson – Love the show, come to Louisville KY area, Shelby County is the first no-kill shelter in the Commonwealth of KY. We have a great relationship with WLKY-TV,and a large following with all the area rescues and would be happy to have you come visit. I am a “failed” foster for shelter cats and had a dumpster or feral cat myself more than once. One is sitting in my lap now, LOL. We would love to have you and once again love the show, the one last night with Bob and Buddy, brought a tear to my eye! Come on over to the Bluegrass State!

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      4. Janis Slaughter   July 5, 2013 at 12:50 pm  

        Any where in Kentucky!!! We will be there!!! My daughter has a cat from Hell and Desperately needs your help!!!

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    2. Cindy   April 24, 2013 at 7:21 am  

      How about any of the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, lots of cat lovers here and we
      would love to see you!!

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      1. Cindy   April 29, 2013 at 6:34 am  

        From another Cindy in the Ann Arbor, MI area…..Yes please visit us in Southeast Michigan!!!! Would love to meet you!!! My cat rescued me and I have learned so much about cats from you!

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        1. Hannah   July 9, 2013 at 5:42 pm  

          From Metro-Detriot

          Please come! I have four cats (whenever my brother comes to visit), 3 with just us. I’ve been learning a lot from the show, trying to get better behavior out of our cats. I’m studying Pre-Law with a specialization in animal studies to become an animal lawyer. And I’d love to meet you.

          All for the Metro-Detroit area!

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        2. Mary Jo Bernardo   October 18, 2013 at 1:59 pm  

          Please come to present at Walnut Creek California to present at Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation’s 10th Anniversary Business of Saving Lives conference!

          Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) saves the lives of countless animals each year whose time has run out in public shelters and who are scheduled to be killed. ARF’s team of trained volunteers and expert staff make sure every animal receives proper nutrition, medical evaluation and treatment, training and lots of love as they await their new forever home. ARF’s shelter touches the lives of thousands of animals and people each year.

          The Business of Saving Lives Conference aims to provide attendees with practical and affordable medical, behavioral and program workshops so they can take home information and tools for more effective animal rescue operations. Attended by approximately 150 attendees from 50+ organizations, we have featured such well-known experts such as Betsy Saul, the founder of Petfinder.com, Dr. Ian Dunbar, Dr. Sophia Yin, Dr. Emily Weiss, Dr. Kate Hurley, Rich Avanzino president of Maddie’s Fund and of course Mikel Delgado and Dilara Parry of Feline Minds. Our attendees are from foster based rescues and those with shelters, cat and dog, big and small, with paid staff and many that are operated by volunteers.

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      2. george   June 23, 2013 at 5:54 pm  

        jackson come to reno nv //www.facebook.com/RenoEyes

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    3. linda obszarny   April 25, 2013 at 4:37 am  

      please come to roselle park new jersey or somewhere in northern nj

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      1. Sue Freedman   May 7, 2013 at 11:00 am  

        Love the show, blog and videos. Very enlightening regarding cats and people. I too am trying to get two indoor cats to peacefully coexist. They aren’t as bad as some situations on the show but one clearly wants to threaten and dominate the other who is meek and mild mannered. I keep them apart and shift cats to different areas in the home. My last resort is Spirit Essences.
        Come to Flemington NJ.

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        1. Kathleen Muster   May 8, 2013 at 4:55 am  

          I’m trying to do that with 15 cats! lol! I have 2 main groups, but sometimes there are a few who need to be separated from both groups too. I’ve been letting them mingle in the day time so as to try to get them all to peacefully co-exist. Don’t know if it will work or not because some of them, mostly the dominant females, are really terratorial. I do reprimand them if they get too mean though, and I think they’re getting more used to the idea of one big happy family. But we shall see. Luckily I do have 1800 sq. feet plus a huge screened in porch we can open up on nice days. They are all indoor cats, all spayed and neutered too. Never a dull moment!

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          1. Marty   May 11, 2013 at 7:41 pm  

            ->Kathleen…my household is 9 felines strong, down from 13 through attrition. All cats are indoor rescues, spayed, and neutered. One or more have behavior issues, primarily not using litter boxes(and they’ll pee anywhere) and destructive behavior. Do you have similar issues?

        2. Chris   July 6, 2013 at 1:21 pm  

          Sue, I am in the same situation, trying to get two indoor cats to coexist. I too keep mine apart and shift to different areas of home. Started using Spirit Essences on July 1st. Have you had any luck?

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      2. Annette   June 22, 2013 at 6:01 pm  

        I second Northern NJ. I am a big fan & NJ has lots of cat lovers.

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    4. Lisa Mutz   April 27, 2013 at 8:22 pm  

      Please come to York PA there are a lot of cat lovers here and being one myself I have 5 cats and two really need some help. One was a feral cat that someone took in and then I got it from them and she has some problems and the other one is very anti social and I would love to make them both better cats but I am at my wits end as what to do with them. Thank you

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    5. Elizabeth   April 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm  

      Us cat lovers up here in Washington State would love for you to come and visit!!

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      1. Heidi   April 27, 2013 at 9:13 pm  

        I live in Eastern WA and Jackson needs to visit Spokane!! I LOVE YOU JACKSON YOU’RE MY HERO!

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        1. Sal   April 27, 2013 at 9:38 pm  

          Yes, Spokane, please. I speak for many cat lovers. I have learned so much about my sweet and sassy felines from Jackson!

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        2. Peggy McCauley   May 15, 2013 at 4:38 pm  

          I love Spokane!! I would be there in a heartbeat if I could convince my husband. (He doesn’t like the winters and actually, neither do I, but I would deal with them just to be there!) Maybe if he (my husband) knows how cat friendly Spokane is, it will sway him.

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      2. Mary   April 28, 2013 at 6:06 am  

        Yes, yes… Washington State would LOVE for you to come!!

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        1. Nick   April 28, 2013 at 8:04 pm  

          Seattle washington has a HUGE cat population! (and at least one crazy cat!)

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          1. Lori   April 29, 2013 at 2:57 am  

            Yes, definitely Seattle!

          2. CIndy D   April 29, 2013 at 3:17 pm  

            Yes…Seattle. And when you are here, you can visit Oskar the Blind cat who is an internet sensation! AND if you have time stop by my house and see Pinky and Chloe….the original scared y cats!

          3. Dylan   May 6, 2013 at 1:13 am  

            Seattle is definitely a cat town! I’ve seen all types of cats / situations and guardians that you would find intriguing.

          4. Kathy   May 6, 2013 at 2:21 pm  

            Definitely Seattle! After all, it’s the home of Henri, le chat noir. Maybe you can jolt him out of his ennui.

          5. Anna   May 12, 2013 at 8:45 pm  

            Please come to Seattle!

          6. Bethany   May 13, 2013 at 12:09 pm  

            adding another YES PLEASE!!!!! for Seattle— definitely a huge cat population- there’s even this article to prove it!: In. Seattle, It’s Cats, Dogs, and Kids, In That Order.

            http://blogs.seattletimes.com/fyi-guy/2013/02/01/in-seattle-its-cats-dogs-and-kids-in-that-order/

          7. Kris   May 14, 2013 at 6:29 pm  

            Yes, yes, yes to Seattle! We’ve got lots of cat-loving folk here, and I’m sure lots of interesting cases. My friend’s cat Chloe could definitely be one of your aggressive-cat cases. Plus, being that you’re a musician-by-night, there’s quite the music scene in Seattle…

          8. Peggy McCauley   May 15, 2013 at 5:26 pm  

            If I were lucky enough to live in Spokane I would happily drive to Spokane to see you! However, I currently live in Albuquerque New Mexico. Could you come here? I know we have cat lovers and cat advocates.

          9. Shannon Malakowsky   May 22, 2013 at 12:39 pm  

            My husband and I live in a town called Longview,Washington and our neighborhood is filled with cats and dogs of all shapes and sizes. In our apartment complex we have at least 10 cats and 3 small dogs. We also have a Petco here in Longview at The Triangle Mall and cats are always being adopted out. Petco also has a bunch of small animals as well. My husband and I have a cat as well and his name is Smokey. We are huge fans of your show, we have a neighbor above us who has 2 cats and neither one of his cats has been fixed. We also have The Humane Society of Cowlitz County and they also have a lot of cats up for adoption. Longview, Washington is a great cat town full of cat lovers. Smokey is a domestic short hair with different types of patterns on him and he was our rescue kitty dropped off at our apartment complex. Please come to Longview, Washington.

          10. Mahriah   June 4, 2013 at 7:56 am  

            I have another vote for Seattle! We love cats here. I just got a new (old) shelter cat after my 16 year old passed away. I am using some of your techniques with her.

          11. Sonia   July 17, 2013 at 2:59 pm  

            Yes! please come to Seattle!

      3. Teresa   June 14, 2013 at 12:25 pm  

        Washington state, more specifically, the Seattle area, or north of there is where we are!

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    6. Kelsey Goodman   April 27, 2013 at 8:33 pm  

      Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
      Lots of stay cuts around this area! Also lots of cat lover’s such as myself! It would be a true honor to meet you! I watch your show every week! There’s not a episode I miss. I learn a lot from your show! I would love to meet you! I’m a huge fan!
      Thank you Kelsey :)

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      1. Maris   May 7, 2013 at 7:20 pm  

        Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population 374,000
        I don’t know how many are cat lovers, but I’d love to see you!!

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    7. Kelsey Goodman   April 27, 2013 at 8:43 pm  

      Lebanon/Myerstown area. There is a lot of stray cat’s around here! Also lot’s of cat lover’s like myself! I absolutely love you and your show I watch it every week! I never miss an episode and I’ve been watching from the start! It would be an honor to meet you! I hope you come around here! I’ve been wanting to meet you for awhile!! Please and thank you!! :)
      Kelsey!

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    8. Colleen   April 27, 2013 at 9:20 pm  

      Staten Island, New York! We have lots of cat lovers here. After Hurricane Sandy hit there were many displaced pets and worse the poor colonies at the beaches and a few other areas. Many of us would go down to feed them and continue to do so. This is a community of animal lovers. My newest addition is a hurricane sandy victim that was found at one of the kitty colonies at the beach and when he was found had ring worm, parasites from eating and drinking the contaminated water and other issues, today he is doing great although does get nervous during bad rain storms.

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      1. Judy   April 28, 2013 at 8:30 am  

        I agree, please Jackson come to the East Coast where many of our cats, both pets and ferals had to endure major devastation. Many pets were displaced due to all of the homes that were lost, and many ferals had to just run for their lives, due to the rising waters. New Jersey, New York and Connecticut were severely affected by Hurricane Sandy, yet so many of us devoted cats lovers continued to feed and save our feral cats. Please come see us!!! We LOVE you : )

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        1. Cheryl   April 29, 2013 at 7:21 am  

          Come to East Northport, NY (Huntington area). The Grateful Paw Cat Shelter is in East Northport and is run by the League for Animal Protection of Huntington. Our 70+ cats would love to have you in the area and welcome a visit.

          There are tons of cat lovers in our area including, of course, our volunteers and adopters.

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          1. Kirsten Ostrofsky   April 29, 2013 at 5:52 pm  

            I agree, please come to East Northport :)!!! So many people have suffered devastation from Sandy. The Grateful Paw and Little Shelter are wonderful shelters who have a never-ending supply of unconditional love to give to the kitties :)

      2. Susan   May 8, 2013 at 2:15 pm  

        Brooklyn, NY. We have lots of strays. I have the former-stray-cat from hell. He came with ringworm and scabies. He attacks my other cat by biting him on the back of the neck. When my other cat was recuperating from surgery wearing an e-collar, he kept letting him out of the bathroom. Living in a studio apartment, the bathroom is my only room with a door. But even more stressful, he has pica. He has destroyed zipper pulls, handles on suitcases, and clothes. He wakes me every night by licking my hair and my face. I’ve tried the feline motherly tap on the nose, and I’ve tried ignoring him. I need sleep. Please come visit my cat…if you come to NYC.

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    9. Misty Griffin   April 27, 2013 at 9:55 pm  

      Didnt know how else to leave a comment i live in a small town called elmira new york about 5 hours i think from nyc

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    10. Darlene   April 28, 2013 at 6:09 pm  

      Come to the Barnes and Noble in Deptford, NJ! I am part of an all-volunteer run cat rescue, and there are AT least five others close by. We can all advertise your appearance in B&N and bring in a TON of cat lovers. I know AWA, Animal Orphanage, Animal Adoption Center, Purrfect Angels, and Furrever Friends will bring lot of people all clamoring for a book-signing!

      Philly is also close to Deptford, so we can get more rescues to spread the word. New York really isn’t that far, either. The true cat lovers will be willing to drive 2-3 hours to get to Deptford :)

      The Cherry Hill B&N is also a close, and good, choice.

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      1. Hildegard Lindstrom   May 1, 2013 at 9:44 am  

        I agree…philly or South Jersey would bring lots of cat lovers….LilBub just visited the Pennsylvania SPCA and had lots of folks bringing money and other donations..,,,MAIN LINE ANIMAL RESCUE in Chester Springs near Philadelphia is a well known no kill shelter…..director Bill Smith has been on Oprah taliking about Puppy Mills…..that would also be a great place…you would need a large venue to house your fans

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      2. Diane F   May 7, 2013 at 12:41 pm  

        I agree! Barnes & Noble in Deptford, NJ would be awesome! I know all the rescues in the area will advertise. The line of people will be out the door and around the block :)

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    11. Amber Schaffer   May 1, 2013 at 11:01 am  

      Hey Jackson,

      We would love to have you come visit our shelter. Since we opened at the end of 2011 there has only been a couple cats euthanized in the Fargo-Moorhead area. The reason we can have 45-50 cats on site is they live community style. We really have some issues when putting new cats into rooms. We would love to show off our shelter and get a couple tips for our problem children.

      I promise it will be a descent temperature when you come

      Cats Cradle Shelter
      Fargo ND

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    12. laura   May 3, 2013 at 1:33 pm  

      Whaaa? Why not Maine??!!! No, come to Maine! Come to Portland :)

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    13. Lebell   May 3, 2013 at 3:05 pm  

      “Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population

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    14. Natalie Hessler   May 3, 2013 at 3:24 pm  

      Please visit Blind Cat Rescue and Sanctuary in Fayetteville NC population 374,000. thank you

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    15. Barbara   May 4, 2013 at 8:08 am  

      Please visit the Blind Cat Rescue in St.Pauls, NC. I think you will be Amazed.Population- 394,000.

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    16. Denise LoRusso   May 4, 2013 at 7:15 pm  

      “Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population 374,000 people”.

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    17. Ruth   May 5, 2013 at 1:36 pm  

      I 2nd that! We may not have a metropolitan area, but we do have lots of cat loving people. Plus! We have Moose.

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      1. Susan Meyer   May 7, 2013 at 4:56 pm  

        I agree as well! They are great and do such wonderful work with blind kitties!!!

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    18. Martin Spieldock   May 7, 2013 at 5:10 pm  

      This organization in NC is only for blind cats. An angel named Alana does this with all the love in the world. We love her and the cats. Head there right now.

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    19. Sylvia M Gonzalez Rodriguez   May 7, 2013 at 5:19 pm  

      Please visit Blind Cat Rescue in NC

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    20. Michele   May 7, 2013 at 5:26 pm  

      please visit blind cat rescue Fayetteville, NC population 374,000 people

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    21. Rev. Fever   May 7, 2013 at 6:18 pm  

      Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population 374,000 people.

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    22. Oldtimer   May 7, 2013 at 6:28 pm  

      Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population 374,000 people!

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    23. Andrea   May 7, 2013 at 10:52 pm  

      “Please Visit Blind Cat Rescue, Fayetteville NC, population 374,000 people”. Thank you!!

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    24. Jody   May 20, 2013 at 9:31 am  

      Please come to Denver, Colorado :)

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    25. Carol   May 21, 2013 at 5:05 pm  

      Jackson..how about coming back to the state where it all got started — Colorado! Colorado Springs area would love to have you here. I am on the BOD for the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region and we have started some great cat initiatives — from our TNR program to our Feline-alities program that helps adopters to choose the right cat for them. Know that there are a lot of people here that would support this event!

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    26. Yvonne Sparks   May 31, 2013 at 3:44 am  

      We live in a suburb outside of Portland, ORegon. We truly need help with my.mom’s cat who.I.raised but ended up moving out. We call him the.devil cat. He’s an obese black cat that literally has.fans that hang out his mouth lol.

      Portland metro area.are all about the environment, animal rights, and very open people.

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    27. Joan DiGregorio   June 1, 2013 at 6:24 pm  

      Pleas e come to Pittsburgh Pa.We have the sweetest cats.Theyre smart and some talk

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    28. Niki Gottesman   June 5, 2013 at 7:16 pm  

      I work for Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, Humane Society of Palm Beach County, a Shelter in West Palm Beach, Florida. It would be wonderful for you to help us with some of our nasty cats so we can find them homes:) I head up the Foster Program and have many out in Foster Homes that just don’t shelter well. As you know…..out of sight, out of mind, making it next to impossible to find them homes. A NEW spin on what you are use to doing?????? Our shelter animals and organization would so benefit from a visit from you. To learn more about Peggy Adams, please go to our web site – hspb.org or contact me directly at 561-472-8575.

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    29. Heather Johnson   June 6, 2013 at 11:18 am  

      Hi Jackson,

      Please come to Vancouver, Wa where I volunteer for a shelter called Furry Friends. We have very committed, hard-working, and especially loving volunteers and we love our cats like they are our children. They could use some help with publicity and we would all love to have you and hear any advice you could give.

      Thank you!

      Heather Johnson
      Vancouver, WA

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    30. Johnny   June 14, 2013 at 8:49 am  

      Appleton, Wisconsin! (Close to Green Bay) A caring and loving cat community! We would love to see you. We have an wonderful and dedicated humane society center that devotes time and love to our animals!

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    31. Steve Stein   June 20, 2013 at 11:34 am  

      Please come to our no kill cat shelter secondhandpurrs.org We have so many cats that could use Jackson’s help

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    32. Colleen   June 21, 2013 at 4:24 am  

      Please come to Milwaukee and visit Second Hand Purrs. They are a wonderful no kill cat shelter.

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    33. PAM FECHTER   June 29, 2013 at 11:21 am  

      Second Hand purrs in Milwaukee Wi a no kill center close to the airport.

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    34. Dee D.   July 4, 2013 at 6:09 am  

      Hi Jackson! I watch your show and just finished reading your book! What an amazing life – my latest family member is also named Benny and he has decided that I am his Mom. I am applying all the cat- mojo I learn from your shows, website and most recently your book! Benny’s behavior is getting better more and more that I think my grandchildren will be able to visit soon. I can’t thank you enough for what you do for cats and helping us guardians! I would drive anywhere to see you in New England!,,,

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    35. Alicia   July 15, 2013 at 10:08 pm  

      You should come to Norfolk or Virginia Beach, VA. We love cats!

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    36. Maura and Lem Mason   July 17, 2013 at 2:52 pm  

      Please come to Louisville! There are lots of cat people here and organizations that care about cats! We need your help with our cats. When we moved her three years ago we came with 2 cats, Syd and Zoe. Soon after, the “twins” two sister cats adopted us. While Syd passed away, the sisters and Zoe don’t fight but there is a mega urine and feces battle going on. Daily clean ups. We need help!!!!!! Please Jackson come to Louisville and come to our home and help us !!!!

      Maura and Lem

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    37. Gail Upton   July 19, 2013 at 2:30 am  

      How about coming to Australia ?

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      1. Jess   September 23, 2013 at 11:18 am  

        I agree! I’ll even pay for your fight! :(

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    38. Cathy   July 22, 2013 at 8:09 am  

      Please come see us in Walnut Creek CA at Tony La Russa’s ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation) We adopt out 30-40 cats a week!!

      http://www.arf.net/press-room/virtual-press-kit/

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    39. Kent   August 20, 2013 at 1:51 pm  

      Come to Wisconsin! We love cats here! I live ‘near’ the Fox cities, so you could do Milwaukee and then come up here! Love the show – can’t wait to get the book! I’m getting a copy for my library (which unfortunately does not, yet, have a library cat.)

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    40. Kylie   September 10, 2013 at 7:25 am  

      Hi Jackson!

      We live in Perth Western Australia -wouldn’t that be a cool place to visit? I think you need to venture out of the states to other countries that NEED YOUR assistance. I think you need a Jackson Down Under series. By the way – the kids love you too.

      In Western Australia we are are a cat loving Aussie state but have big problems with abandoned cats and feral cats.
      Now to my story:

      I have adopted 2 abandoned cats (why did I do that?…Note to self…) and they absolutely HATE each other!
      If you are ever interested to look I can send you the video. It’s not pretty.

      I was originally the owner of the ‘best cat that ever lived’ (verified by others) he had one eye and one hell of an attitude noone would mess with him. I Named him Cairo as the Egyptians worshipped cats – and as it turned out he demanded to be worshipped – he lived til age 20 and it took me 3 years to even reconsider having another cat. He was THE BEST CAT EVER!

      Then came along Georgia. Long haired, princess looking…Hmm. I don’t like wussy cats and this one is scared of….doors! In Australia we can’t leave the door open for too long or the flies get in! She takes about 2 minutes. WAY too long! Seems there’s something scary in the door or something? What the?

      Then there’s the BUDDY factor – he is another cat we have who was adopted 1 year after Georgia and named after an Australian Rules Footballer – need I say more? He loves to bully and attack the other older cat and is clearly trying to continually establish dominance. I’m over it!

      I am sick of cleaning up the fur and the bruised egos. In addition – Buddy always wants to go out at 2/3/4am in the morning – meowing and/or batting the door to make me let him out.

      Help! Not only do I need my sleep but he other cat/people in the household need some sanity!!

      Help us down under!!!

      Kylie :(

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  2. Douglas LeBlanc   April 23, 2013 at 3:02 pm  

    Jackson, I know it would be a departure from your show’s format but I hope you will consider visiting the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, which was locked in conflict with the U.S. Department of Agriculture about the environment it provides for more than 40 polydactyl cats.

    The Christian Science Monitor reported on the conflict last December: http://goo.gl/fhyFI.

    If the Hemingway Home agreed to an on-camera visit, this episode could yield good insights about humane care of cat colonies.

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    1. Nicole Shames   April 24, 2013 at 6:48 am  

      Since I am also in South Florida-I will tack on to this comment about the Hemingway House. I desperately need help with my rescue cat, Toby. I am located in Boynton Beach (the West Palm Beach/Boca Raton metro area.) My husband is at wit’s end with our kitty, and wants me to get rid of him. He has started territorial peeing in our home due to a neighbor’s cat that roams outside our home. He also goes into screaming fits when he sees this cat outside the window- and it’s at all hours of the night. He was screeching and climbing the bedroom window screen trying to intimidate the cat outside, and we are woken up like this several nights a week. He is also peeing in the house, I assume to “mark” his territory, but we can’t control what the neighbor’s cat does. They no longer keep their cat indoors, and the neighbors are all aggravated about this.

      My husband wants me to get rid of our cat and I don’t want to bring him back to a shelter. I made a commitment to give this cat a home and I can’t do that to him again (I am the second owner of this cat after the original surrender.)

      Please come to South Florida Jackson- we need your help down here!!

      Nicole S.

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      1. Fareeda Rodriguez   April 27, 2013 at 6:43 am  

        Yes, South Florida needs you desperately. The feral cat population has exploded, lots of catteries work so hard to help yet to no avail. Your presence can inspire more adoption would be amazing. I am also in need of help with my two saved strays, please come to Florida. Nicole is right we NEED YOU

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      2. angela   April 28, 2013 at 9:54 am  

        I had the same exact problem with one of my cats, I have 4, three of them being boys and one of them gets extremely stressed out over the stray cats outside. The strays know that I have cats because I put them out on leashes every day so they purposely come and spray my house and intaginize my cat and he was doing the same thing as yours, peeing all over even though he is nuetered, he would be growing and hissing all night and pacing around the house, so I took him to the vet because I heard that prozac can be a cure for this. Well my cat has been on the prozac now for 2 months and he is so much more relaxed and acts like a normal cat again. He still pees on things in the yard to mark his territory outside which is fine with me but when inside he isn’t stressing over whats going on with the cats outside anymore. They also have pherimone collars and plug-in pherimone scenters that we can’t smell but they can and it makes them think they have already marked everything so they don’t feel the need to. Hope this helps ;)

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    2. Florence Eaise   April 24, 2013 at 1:10 pm  

      Douglas, Thats a fantastic idea!! Believe me i want Jackson to come to New Jersey where i live because id love to see and meet him but id glaly pass up the opportunity to see and meet him if i knew it meant he would shed some light on feral cat colonies and educate others on ferals! As a feral catcolony caregiver i know all to well the ignorance, fear and missinformation surrounding feral cats if Jackson could only educate people maybe just maybe ferals will be more accepted and i and others like me wont be harrassed for caring for them!

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      1. Sandy Vernace   May 7, 2013 at 7:11 am  

        Atlantic City!! Big draw from all of NJ, NY and Pa! Lots of cat lovers here as well as my favorite NO KILL rescue. http://www.onebyonenj.org/ The owner Maria does a fabulous job and I’d love for you to meet her!!

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    3. Bobby Johnson   April 26, 2013 at 12:04 am  

      Agree, hope you consider them. I am in Hawaii but have read about the problem. It needs to be handled

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    4. Siv Ancheta   April 27, 2013 at 9:32 pm  

      I really like Douglas LeBlanc’s suggestion on visiting the Ernest Hemingway home and museum, and their polydactyl colony. That would make for a really interesting full episode. Poly kitties are so adorable, especially when their paws look like giant catcher’s mitts.

      I have a beautiful 5 year-old ginger polydactyl (23 toes) that we just adopted a few weeks ago (was previously a stray kitty and then an adoption reject) — that is a true joy to have in our home. I’ve been working with him for a week now on tricks and he just learned to do ‘shake hands’ yesterday. so, throughout the show tonight, we were playing ‘shake hands’. next is ‘high five’ and ‘sit’ on command.

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    5. Casey Taylor   May 3, 2013 at 5:29 pm  

      South Flordia would be a great place for Jackson to go! I’ve seen such a divide in attitudes towards cats, especially community cats, especially in the Broward/Dade area. There are shining examples of progressive thinking, and right “next door” if you will are horrid conditions and policies (I believe the city of Miami Beach recently went backwards by sanctioning Trap and Kill; locals keep me honest). I don’t live in South Florida, but visit quite a bit – so unselfishly casting my vote and will catch you on the next tour, Jackson! :-)

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  3. Jamie Johnson   April 23, 2013 at 3:30 pm  

    HI JACKSON I THINK IT WOULD BE AMAZING IF YOU CAME TO MONCTON NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ITS A SMALLER PLACE THEN ALL OTHER BIG TOWNS BUT LOTS OF LOVE FOR CATS MYSELF I HAVE 3 GETTING MY SPHYNX IN JULY AND WOULD HAVE TONS OF QUESTIONS AND GET YOU YO SIGN MY BOOK AND TAKE A PHOTO OF YOU I LOVE YOUR SHOW AND LOVE YOUR POST I FOLLOW YOU EVERYWHERE ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK AND EVEN INSTAGRAM SO COME ON DOWN ! ;)

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  4. Jennifer Joy   April 23, 2013 at 5:10 pm  

    Tampa! Please please Tampa! Not only is it beautiful, it was named the top cat-friendly city in the United States! See here: https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/090515aa.aspx

    There, Tampa wins and I don’t have to drive to Miami. ;-)

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    1. Michelle Romano   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

      Jackson, please visit San Antonio, Texas! We could really use some help down here! We have some great programs out here that you’d love for helping the cat population, San Antonio Pets Alive. I also know of a family who could really use your expertise in helping with their cat family. They have 8 cats, 1 with FIV. Please contact me for the details!

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      1. Amanda   April 30, 2013 at 1:07 pm  

        YES!!!! San Antonio Texas!!! I volunteer for the Humane Society taking photos of cats for the website, I’d love to meet you and see how I can bond with cats quickly. Also we have a few that have been with us awhile due to their irritable nature.

        Lots of our cats are brought in because “the owners could no longer care for them” which means either they were too broke to buy food or they couldn’t deal with the cats.

        We are a no kill shelter and trying to raise money for a medical wing so we can take in more and more animals. Please visit us!!!!!!

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        1. Mattie   May 5, 2013 at 7:40 pm  

          Ohhh Jackson, please come to Texas–you could come to Houston, TX we have a lot of cats here too! :D

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          1. Marty   May 11, 2013 at 7:52 pm  

            Houston would be great. I’d love to know how to make our home of 9 indoor cats more human friendly.

    2. Kimmy   April 24, 2013 at 7:41 am  

      Yes!!! Tampa!!! Did you see the horrible editorial posted in Tampa Tribune today?!? Google it and contact your elected officials!! :)

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      1. Jennifer Joy   April 30, 2013 at 4:18 pm  

        Kimmy, I heard about the editorial but didn’t read it as I didn’t want to become too angry. I did contact my Hillsborough County Commissioners. The big vote is tomorrow!

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    3. Danielle   April 24, 2013 at 7:52 am  

      PLEASE come to Columbus, Ohio!!! There are SO many kitties here to help!! Cbus loves you Jackson!! :)

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    4. Tracy Hullett   April 24, 2013 at 8:07 am  

      Tampa Bay Area !!

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    5. Michelle   April 24, 2013 at 8:40 am  

      Come to Fairview Heights Illinois. We have a Barnes and Noble and we’re close to St. Louis and a military base and we’re centrally located. Lots of cats would benefit by having you here.

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    6. Heather   April 24, 2013 at 8:53 am  

      Ha! I was just about to vote for Tampa myself! There! Two votes for Tampa, Florida! :D

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  5. Diane   April 23, 2013 at 8:40 pm  

    Please put Orlando, FL on your list of place to visit. I have questions and you have answers!!

    Thank you for considering my suggestion.

    Diane

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    1. Kristi   May 4, 2013 at 7:23 pm  

      Yes, please come to Florida. I live in central east coast (one hour from Orlando) and have three rescued cats. One is 13 years and the other two are brother and sister that are 6 years old. I never heard the older cat hiss until the other two came to live with us. She hisses all the time at all of us. She used to be the patient, sweet one (with my previous, older cat), but then when these two came along, she changed completly. The other two fight but the boy follows the older one sniffing her all the time. Annoying! What do I do? They are all such sweet loving kitties, seperately. We have a great no kill shelter. If you came through, I personally would put an event together for fund raising in my community. Would love to meet you. Love the show and maybe we can go out kayaking too! Thank you for doing all you do! You are great! {I hope I am attaching this properly to the other ORLANDO person.}

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  6. amy thomason   April 23, 2013 at 9:08 pm  

    Come to Tulsa, ok!! Please id love to meet you

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    1. Beth   April 27, 2013 at 9:35 pm  

      I second Tulsa! Perhaps with a side trip to Bartlesville, where my best friend’s new husband is trying to incorporate his English kitties into an Oklahoma world. Also, any tips you have for my nearly blind 82 yr old dad for coping with his 8yr old former feral street cat would be ever so welcome.

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  7. Zach   April 23, 2013 at 9:29 pm  

    Wisconsin! Please come to WI! I’d travel to any town in WI to meet you! I have a cat named Quill and him and I could really use some pointers from you. I’m a huge fan of the show!

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    1. Sam   April 24, 2013 at 11:00 am  

      I second this! Madison or Milwaukee would both be great choices. There are plenty of cat lovers here, but there are also many people who don’t value cats as companions and are unwilling to spend time or money to care for them. This attitude seems particularly prevalent in the more rural areas. As such, there is a large number of strays since many cats are simply abandoned or dumped when they’re no longer wanted or convenient, and relatively few people choose to make the effort to alter their barn cats. The shelters and rescues here work hard to find homes for these cats and a session with you would be invaluable not only to cat owners but also the multitude of people working in shelters and rescues.

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      1. Amy   May 2, 2013 at 7:12 am  

        Please – Milwaukee WI area! Multiple cat friendly shelters around here & cat lovers of course :)

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  8. Victoria Violante   April 23, 2013 at 9:37 pm  

    Chicago, of course! It’s perfect in every way. Suburbanites will drive into the city to see you, for sure. And those cat parents that live in apartments in this great town would love to meet you. Think about it…

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  9. Danni Bloom   April 24, 2013 at 4:21 am  

    Please come to the Washington DC area. There are a lot of cats here who need your voice to speak up for them!

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  10. Leslie Warren   April 24, 2013 at 6:02 am  

    Come to Chicago!!!!

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    1. Ann Bermingham   May 7, 2013 at 7:16 pm  

      I was very disappointed that you were appearing at a book store in Naperville. It is a good 1 hour drive from my house on the northwest side of the Chicago. And there is no public transportation to go out there.

      Did the other book stores in or near Chicago turn you down? A pox on them.

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    2. Tatiana   June 5, 2013 at 4:04 pm  

      Definitely come to Chicago for a filming – it’s a big cat-loving city! I even overheard two 20-something guys on a crowded city bus talk about how one had learned from Jackson that his cat needed to “hunt, catch, kill, eat” in order to curb crazy mid-night antics. Thanks, Jackson – for making it cool to be a Cat Guy. I work for The Anti-Cruelty Society and love to watch the show.

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  11. SUSAN RUCKER   April 24, 2013 at 6:03 am  

    Please include Jacksonville, FL on your tour…..Would love to catch your tour..Love your show and cannot wait to read your book.

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    1. Doug Berle   May 5, 2013 at 6:21 am  

      Definitely Jacksonville….Cat Lovers from North Florida and South Georgia will flock to see you here. We’ll be at the head of the line. Keep up the great work. Your love and caring for Cats as well as their owners is one of the brightest lights on Television. Our Kitty sends his love to you!

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  12. PJ Anderson   April 24, 2013 at 6:04 am  

    Charlotte NC! Afterall, all our mascots are CATS. Panthers & Bobcats! Charlotte LOVES animals! And we love your show!

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    1. SM Wilson   April 27, 2013 at 6:48 pm  

      Another vote for Charlotte, NC! Lots of “Bark in the Park” events here. Our cats deserve equal time! We’d love a visit from Jackson!

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  13. Robin   April 24, 2013 at 6:05 am  

    Hi Jackson! Can you please come to New Haven, CT? I live in southern CT and would love to come meet you!

    Thanks,
    Robin

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  14. Adrian   April 24, 2013 at 6:05 am  

    Chicago!!!

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  15. Jeanette Brown   April 24, 2013 at 6:06 am  

    Atlanta, GA

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    1. Christian Ariondo   April 28, 2013 at 3:43 pm  

      I agree,
      Atlanta, GA

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    2. Tammy   April 30, 2013 at 5:36 pm  

      I’m in agreement for Atlanta, ga!

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      1. Shelby   May 7, 2013 at 6:24 am  

        Vote for Atlanta here!!

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        1. Mike   May 11, 2013 at 11:36 pm  

          Another vote for Atlanta, GA!

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          1. Vikki   May 15, 2013 at 6:11 pm  

            Another vote for Atlanta GA too!!

          2. Eric   May 24, 2013 at 12:15 pm  

            Adding my voice for Atlanta (new guardian of a headstrong Ragdoll kitten). Lots of good no kill adoption groups in this town, too.

    3. Amanda   June 8, 2013 at 6:25 pm  

      another vote for Atlanta!!! Please please!

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  16. M Stape   April 24, 2013 at 6:07 am  

    I think you should come to the Pittsburgh PA area.. Beautiful booming place with lots of cat lovers.. People are super friendly in this area. Lots of great places to see and cat loving folks to meet..We need you to come and help us all understand our cats. I watch you every week and LOVE the show!!

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  17. Missy   April 24, 2013 at 6:08 am  

    Pittsburgh PA would love to have you!!! Lots of cat lovers here! Both of my next door neighbors have multiple cats. :) I have my one and only cat Maximilian!!

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  18. Sarah B   April 24, 2013 at 6:08 am  

    I hope you can make a stop in Indianapolis, Indiana. We are making great strides in TNR and offering low cost spay and neutering available. I volunteer with Animal Outreach of Shelby County. I help with TNR, transport, fostering, and adoptions. I watch your show all the time and some of your “homework” I have done to help my cats to get along with a foster. THank you for all the support you give to people in helping them work on keeping their kitty instead of the kitty ending up in a shelter.

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    1. Lauren   May 2, 2013 at 7:16 pm  

      PLEASE come to Indianapolis! There are so many cats and their guardians that need you here! We love you Jackson!

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  19. Erica Roewade   April 24, 2013 at 6:08 am  

    CHICAGO! Home to huge coordinated TNR and rescue efforts!!

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  20. Lea Noring   April 24, 2013 at 6:09 am  

    Atlanta! This is a metro area of cat lovers who treat our cat companions as family members. Southern charm meets urbane sophistication. But no matter how urbane we may be, we still are mystified by feline behavior at times, and we need your expertise!

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    1. Wendy   April 24, 2013 at 10:00 am  

      Yes! Jackson come to Atlanta. You will love it!

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  21. MJ   April 24, 2013 at 6:09 am  

    I’m in Fort Myers, FL, but I’d drive to Tampa. I’d love to just ask some questions face-to-face about some behavioral issues my kitty exhibits. If I just understood the “whys” I might be able to adjust my response and then his behavior. Maybe if you could have a question and answer session on line. . .even that would help!

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    1. KB   June 19, 2013 at 11:52 am  

      I have 2 rescued cats in Southwest Florida. There are lots of cat lovers in the Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples area. There are a few no kill shelters who could use some advertisement & attention for adoptions from shelters in general. FORT MYERS – BARNES & NOBLE would be a good central meeting spot for the area. I’ve learned a lot from you regarding cat behaviors – Keep up the great work!

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  22. Kristina   April 24, 2013 at 6:09 am  

    Please come to Connecticut. A lot of my friends have cats and we all love our furry friends!

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    1. Caryn O   April 24, 2013 at 9:57 am  

      Yes, please come to Connecticut! Love your show and love you! Would love to meet you! My husband and I are owned by our beautiful cat, Leia. She is our world. She does not get along with other cats, but she is a lovebug with us.

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  23. Alissa McKenzie   April 24, 2013 at 6:10 am  

    CLEVELAND O-HI-O! We’ve got cat lovers galore, but we’ve also got a great restaurant scene. Hello grilled cheese the size of your head!

    My three-legged scaredy cat could use some love. He was so scared once, he got himself stuck in a wall. :(

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    1. Julianne Gentile   April 27, 2013 at 6:49 pm  

      I second the Cleveland, ohio suggestion. Lots of cat lovers here, plus my 88 year old Mother manages a feral colony. All adults were neutered and released on her property, while kittens were rehabbed and are now happy house cats, most in our home.

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      1. Nicole   April 28, 2013 at 10:29 am  

        I vote Cleveland as well! I work near Oberlin College and the city is virtually overrun with feral colonies. We have a fantastic TNR/rescue organization called CATSS and hundreds of cat lovers. <– I can attest to that, working at a vet clinic and bringing home four local strays myself!! :)

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  24. Diane Lau   April 24, 2013 at 6:10 am  

    Please come to Milwaukee! We have some wonderful cat rescues here, particularly the Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center, home of the famed 26-toed Daniel. There is also a grass roots community-wide effort to make improvements to our Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission so that more animals can be saved from euthanasia. We love cats here!

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  25. Tammy Truscott   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

    windsor ontario you will find alot of cat lovers here spay and neuter programs for ferals and strays

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  26. Lisa B   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

    New Orleans!!! My son and I are sooooo excited that you are coming to New Orleans for the book tour, to have you come there to film episodes for “My Cat from Hell” would be the icing on the cake!!

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  27. Steven Booth   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

    Come to Memphis, TN Jackson!! There are a lot of cat lovers around and we’re centrally located to many other towns. Also, we have GRACELAND, home of Elvis! I’m sure you would love to visit while you’re in town. We also have great BBQ and lots of great music! We’d love to see you here!

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  28. Destinie   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

    Baltimore, MD or Washington DC!
    I’m actually not too knowledgeable about the cat situation near where I live, but I do know that I’ve seen lots of feral cats in this state and many shelters that refuse to take them in because they will end up just having to euthanize them. (That’s how I got my cat. My coworker rescued him from outside our work building and she went to take him to a shelter but they said if she left him, just would just kill him.)

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    1. Johanna   April 24, 2013 at 3:17 pm  

      YES!!! There are lots of cat lovers in the DC area. There are a number of rescue groups doing great work on a very local level.

      Love your show and am so impressed with how much you change the lives of the cats and their care-takers.

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    2. Rennie   April 27, 2013 at 9:36 am  

      I think that Baltimore,MD is the place,as I have 13 rescue cats and my cousin is in with a TNR program.My boyfriend has brought all but one of these cats home and takes care of a feral colony. Maryland also has just pasted a law about here are some web sites about this.http://www.examiner.com/article/feral-cat-protection-bill-becomes-law-d-c-suburb,http://www.pgferals.org/info/display?PageID=11497.This is a web site that can help if you need it http://communitycatsmd.org/

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  29. Maria Santos   April 24, 2013 at 6:11 am  

    Jackson I really think that you should go to Greenville, South Carolina, to The National Cat Groomers Institute of America.
    That footage would make the world of difference on cat’s lives.

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  30. Lisa   April 24, 2013 at 6:12 am  

    Hey Jackson…from all of us crazy cat lovers and our even crazier cats please please PLEASE come to Texas! I live in Conroe and my 3 girls could sure use some CatMojo!

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  31. Karyn Elliott   April 24, 2013 at 6:13 am  

    Jackson,

    I just know you would love to visit our little Paradise called Sarasota, FL. Right here on the beautiful Gulf Coast with the worlds #1 beach of silky white sand Siesta Beach.

    I have a 23 year old cat named Blue who I just figured out has gone deaf, otherwise amazingly enough she is purrfectly healthy but for some arthritis.

    She would absolutely Love to meet you before she crosses the Rainbow Bridge.As a matter of fact I think she deserves to meet you as she has to be one of the oldest “Healthy” cats in America.

    I even have a wonderful empty condo you can stay in!

    So, hopefully we will be seeing you in SRQ (Sarasota).

    Love, Karyn. Blue & Nikos

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  32. Sarah   April 24, 2013 at 6:13 am  

    Hi! I think it would be amazing if you could come the Ann Arbor Michigan. We have tons of cat lovers in the area and I know everyone would love it if you came to town!

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  33. Tim   April 24, 2013 at 6:13 am  

    You should definately visit the Palouse area of Washington State and Idaho, specifically, Moscow, Idaho. Not to mention the pure natural beauty of the area, but there are many, many cat lovers- the earthy philosophical kind.

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  34. Gabrielle   April 24, 2013 at 6:14 am  

    Hi Jackson,

    I live in NJ, in the N/NJ metro area. Many cats were displaced or abandoned during and after Hurricane Sandy, and amazing groups like S.A.V.E. (https://www.facebook.com/pages/SAVE-Shore-Animal-Volunteer-Enterprise/183733318417?fref=ts) worked tirelessly to trap these cats and either return them to their owners or rehome them. The much-loved cat of a friend of mine was finally trapped and returned to her two months after the storm! This cat is doing fine, but I’d bet that there are a number of behavioral issues that some of these cats are displaying from the trauma alone.

    So, I guess I would just ask that you pay special attention to requests for help that you receive from this area, and if you see a pattern that suggests cat PTSD, give the NJ area a visit.

    I don’t have problems with my cat, but I learn something new from every episode of your show. Thank you so much!

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    1. Adela Monfredo   July 9, 2014 at 12:01 pm  

      I second that, even though I live in South Jersey. We need Jackson.

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  35. Patricia Potts   April 24, 2013 at 6:14 am  

    Please come to Nashville, TN> i love you and what you do and i really want to meet you.

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  36. Lamar Stone   April 24, 2013 at 6:14 am  

    Jackson,

    My cat Cutter thinks you should visit Dallas, TX!

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  37. Marla Gilbert   April 24, 2013 at 6:14 am  

    Jackson,

    Imagine my sadness when I look at your tour dates and don’t see the great city of Atlanta, GA! We’re the biggest state east of the Mississippi and have many many many cat lovers! My office did a volunteer day with FurKids Atlanta last year at their cat center and had a great time! My family are cat lovers, which I started when I was adopted by my first cat back in college. Please please come to Atlanta or one of the surrounding suburbs like Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek…so many to choose from!

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  38. Danielle   April 24, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    Please come to Jacksonville, Florida! We love you!

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  39. Judith Taylor   April 24, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    Jackson,
    Please consider coming to Knoxville, TN. There are a lot of cat lovers here and it’s a fairly large metro population. I’d love to meet you. your tips have helped friends of mine tremendously and I love your show and book. I and other cat lovers look forward to seeing you.
    Judith Taylor

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  40. Karyn Elliott   April 24, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    See, it must be kismet Jackson, All 4 of the first posts are in Beautiful Florida!!! Oh My!

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  41. Amber Baker   April 24, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    San Diego for a book signing at least! I’d be very likely to bring my cat with me!

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  42. Emily   April 24, 2013 at 6:16 am  

    Jackson,

    Please come to Minneapolis! Home of the Cat Video Film Festival that set records and couldn’t even accomodate the number of people wanting to attend! I think this shows that we are a huge cat loving city. We have many shelters and no-kill rescues that would love to see you visit. The Mall of America is a perfect location to have a book signing as well! I’m sure we have many households that you could help, including my own, as we have adopted a new cat into our household, and catpocolypse has been occuring ever since. Watching your show and reading your posts has helped us understand their behavior better, but, they still hate each other :)

    We would LOVE to have you visit Minneapolis, not only are we a great pet loving city, but we are quite the music scene as well, you could do a show at First Avenue!

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    1. Karey   May 4, 2013 at 6:04 pm  

      I second the vote for Minneapolis, there are so many cat loves in MN, plus the cat film fest., plus MOA, plus the fact there are a lot of clubs you could play in too. I do hope you come to Minnesota someday

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  43. Sally Williams   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    Please ,please, please come to New Jersey!!! We have so many amazing cat people and amazing stories post Sandy Storm!! We could all use some Cat Daddy Mojo! You would meet the survivors and their amazing kitties and hear amazing stories! As we are just south of NYC you would have an awesome time in the Big Apple and then head on “down the shore”!!! So many groups here, shelters and rescues, would just be over the moon to see you! Pick New Jersey!!!

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  44. Lana   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    Please come to Omaha, NE! My Carmella needs you.

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  45. Rebecca Arevalo   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    Please consider Anaheim, CA. I know it’s the home of the mouse but there is also an abundance of cat lovers who would flock to your appearance! The city also has the facilities to accomodate the huge amount of people who would want to see you. We love the Cat Daddy!

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  46. Michelle Houle   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    Wilkes-Berra, PA or Scranton, PA they are close to NYC and you have a stop there so you will pass right by them.

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  47. Riita Shutran   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    PLEASE COME TO THE DETROIT AREA!!!!!!!!! Besides being the car capitol, we host a cat show every year!! There are a LOT of cat fanciers here BUT NO ONE beats my home affectionately known as Che’ Kitty. I will even cook you a Southern Style home cooked meal!!! Now think about it, CARS, CATS and FOOD. It doesn’t get much better than that. You got it, I am NOT above bribery, or out & out shamefully begging!!

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  48. Vicki   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    Baltimore! I need you! There is a large rescue and shelter volunteer community here, and a wonderful behaviorist that I’ve already consulted for my problem kitty, but she wasn’t able to help us! I’ve never written you for help because I’ve never seen your show come from the East Coast, but if you come to this area (an hour from DC, 2 from Philly, 3.5 from NYC) I would love to see if you can help my cat family…

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  49. Jeanna Nix   April 24, 2013 at 6:17 am  

    I wish you could come to Shreveport and educate people! There are so many stary cats in our shelters and most of the rescues are full of DECLAWED cats! The Animal shelter says that 90% of the cats brought in are euthanized, because of the over-population. So many cats are are outdoor cats, as it is the standard here. The problem is over-population due to owners not spaying/neutering. I have a few of those strays myself, one of them is mostly feral. Would love if you could tour here & educate the masses around here!

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  50. Erica   April 24, 2013 at 6:18 am  

    Boulder, CO – would LOVE to have you out here and you’d definitely enjoy yourself :) It is an area right at the base of the Rockies with about 300k people. It’s known nationally as one of the healthiest, happiest, and “best” (whatever that means) places to live…yet it also is host to Colorado’s largest university. So, in some aspects it’s “regular America” and in others it’s very diverse.

    And I don’t know why, but there seem to be a lot of cat people. (There are also a lot of cat people who need to learn to keep their housecats indoors away from the mountain cats!) Very outdoorsy community, I see cats on harnesses quite a bit which is awesome!

    Please visit! Many people overlook the mountain west in lieu of coastal, “easy” cities. But there is a uniqueness here!

    One more thing: Boulder loves to read. We have a lot of great book stores and it’s a choice place for a book signing. :)

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  51. Colleen T   April 24, 2013 at 6:18 am  

    I vote for Metro DC/Baltimore area! We’d love to have you. =^,,^=

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  52. Megan Schwemer   April 24, 2013 at 6:18 am  

    Pittsburgh, PA! We could REALLY use you here! There is a serious dearth of pet-friendly apartments and living spaces in the area, and a lot of people who could probably use your expertise. Pittsburgh is a pretty mixed bag; you have lots of young urbanites, and lots of older folks who’ve been here since before the steel mills closed. You’ll probably find cats belonging to people in both groups.

    I’m constantly giving cat advice to my co-workers, but they don’t always listen to me. One guy here had his cat declawed on his wife’s insistence, and continues to let it outside, where it hangs out with the deer (which cause more deaths per year than bears!). I’m worried for this cat. I know her guardian is well-meaning, but he really doesn’t know much about cats and it shows.

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  53. Danielle Miller   April 24, 2013 at 6:20 am  

    Columbus, Ohio! We have so many cat lovers here they had a Cat-Con. Now you know Comic-Con happens everywhere, but Cat-Con? You know that’s a metro area that loves cats. We also have at least 8-10 shelters in the Columbus Metro area and tons of people who LOVE you and your show!

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  54. Leisha   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    You need to come to Michigan! More specifically southeast Michigan (Monroe). We are right on Lake Erie, during the summer its beautiful here. We are a great feline loving community about 30 mins from Toledo Ohio and 30 mins from downtown Detroit Michigan. Every winter we have the cat fancier cat show at the local community college. Hope to see you sometime be it in Ohio or Michigan!

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  55. Rachel M. Heminger   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    Bloomington, Indiana!! Bloomington is know for our love for Bub the Cat and I know that we would love to have you here! Team Mojo!! Team Burberry!!

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  56. Alicia   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    Charlotte, NC. It’s a great city! Warm, sunny and over flowing with cats :) I have two and one REALLY needs your help.

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    1. Janet   April 29, 2013 at 7:28 am  

      Chalotte, NC would be great…. Or Raleigh, NC

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  57. Carrie   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    Toronto Canada!!!! There is a HUGE cat loving population here! I volunteer with several cat rescue organizations and their events are always VERY well attended!

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  58. Kelsey   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    Baltimore would LOVE to have you, Jackson! I can’t even count how many people and groups I keep contact with through facebook who are cat lovers and who want to help feral cats or help with “courtesy post cats” to help the owners. Perhaps if you visit Baltimore, we can see fewer courtesy posts for people looking to rehome their misunderstood companions and more posts that ferals are being rehabbed and rehomed by knowledgeable and responsible fosters and owners!

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  59. Silent   April 24, 2013 at 6:21 am  

    Come to Louisville, KY!

    Tons of feline fanatics!

    Home of the American Bombay!

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  60. Tina Zoller   April 24, 2013 at 6:22 am  

    How about beautiful Chincoteague Island VA? Too small? Salisbury MD?

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  61. Erica   April 24, 2013 at 6:24 am  

    There are SO many outdoor cats in the Tulsa area! Going to a less urban area would really be great so that you could talk to people about not declawing their cats and how to keep their barn cats healthy and safe!!!

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  62. marianne murray   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    It would be great if you came to Newark Delaware. I love your show I watch it every week.

    I would be so great to meet you

    marianne

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  63. Erica Mull   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    I think you need to come to Des Moines, IA! My family loves watching you!

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  64. Kathy T.   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    Jackson, how about spending some time in the midwest? I live in NE Iowa, the Waterloo/Cedar Falls area. My hope would be that your visit could get folks thinking about spaying and neutering their pets.I want my area to be TNR friendly! Living in a farm state means lots and lots of cats. I would love to meet you and we could tour the John Deere plant and see the big green tractors. Hope to see you soon! Love, love love your show!

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  65. Robin   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    Hi, Jackson! Please make a stop in Baltimore, MD! Baltimore has some really great things going on in terms of rescue organizations and non-profits that are seeking to change the way people think of shelters. (Yes, MD has been in the news a lot as of late regarding the pitbull legislation.) But, we have tons of cat lovers and rescues that are constantly getting the word out and saving as many kitties as possible. Charm City Animal Rescue, for one, is run by a single person (!) and she’s managed an amazing network of fosters and rescuers. She’s also constantly helping out special needs kitties/cats. MAS Rescue (where I have one of mine from) is also very active in the Baltimore region. And, there’s gentleman by the name of Mike who has been assisting cats in West Baltimore for some time. He takes his time and money to feed strays and set up TNR! He’s a kitty angel (check him out… https://www.facebook.com/events/380949808644419/permalink/411590892246977/). Hope to hear you can come to Baltimore on your trip! The Barnes & Noble in the Inner Harbor is a fantastic location!

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    1. Holly   April 27, 2013 at 9:21 pm  

      MAS is awesome – my soul cat Treeno is an alumni of theirs. I drove all the way from Maine to get him and it was the best 24 hours worth of driving I’ve ever done :)
      They invested a lot of money to save him. He is worth all of it and more to me. Best Cat Ever.

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  66. Carol   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    I volunteer for 2 great animal organizations in the Chicago area – the other is feralfixers.org

    ARF-IL is a great no kill rescue and we work with all kinds of cats/kittens. ARF goes to animal control and rescue kitties, some minutes before they would be put down. We hold adoption events out of a Petsmart.

    Feral Fixers works with the TNR program. I worked with them and trapped a mom and 5 (6 wk old) kittens. Mom was released back in my area and still comes to my door for meals. The kittens were all adopted.
    We would all love it if you came to the Chicago area!

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  67. Jennifer Drain   April 24, 2013 at 6:25 am  

    I live in southern NJ, the closest Metropolitan area would be Philadelphia. That would be awesome! You are a huge inspiration to me, and I would love to meet you!!!! I want to do what you do badly, and make a difference. My area is full of cat lovers, also way too many strays out there, too, unfortunately. Another big city right near me is Vineland, or Millville, where there is a race track which brings in tons of people this time of year. Please, Southern NJ (Cumberland County) or Philly needs you!!!

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  68. Melissa   April 24, 2013 at 6:26 am  

    The Quad Cities would like to see you. It is four cities on the Mississippi in Iowa and Illinois. This is mainly personal because my cat has issues. More than normal mpd. It would be amazing to receive a visit with you.

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  69. Stacey P.   April 24, 2013 at 6:28 am  

    Please come to Louisville, KY!!!! Lots of my friends are cat people and we love your show!!! Thanks sop much for what you do! Plus, Louisville is a great city! And Kentucky is BEAUTIFUL!!! :-)

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  70. Halley Scarpignato   April 24, 2013 at 6:28 am  

    Philadelphia! We need to chat!!!

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  71. Karen Kittell   April 24, 2013 at 6:29 am  

    Des Moines, Iowa. Oue ARL (Animal Rescue League) has been voted “Best” by several Iowa organizations!

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  72. Candace   April 24, 2013 at 6:31 am  

    Dallas metroplex is sure to have plenty of cat owners. My own cat is pretty awesome except for her over-talkative habits and wanting to sometimes wake me up way too early (like 4am). Otherwise I would totally say I’d love to be on the show! But I think Dallas would be a good place with surely a high population of cat owners. I honestly don’t know much about what the cat lovers here go through with “problem” cats, though..

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  73. Julie   April 24, 2013 at 6:31 am  

    Jackson – Come back to Boulder county?

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  74. Kat   April 24, 2013 at 6:32 am  

    I would love for you to come to Charlotte, NC. I volunteer at Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department’s Animal Care & Control where we work hard to get as many animals as we can placed into their furever homes. We have quite a few “cat” people that volunteer there. We even have a Meet Your Match program for helping people find the perfect cat match.

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  75. Jodi Urlacher   April 24, 2013 at 6:32 am  

    Jackson!!! Please come to either Fargo, North Dakota, or at least Minneapolis, Minnesota. Minneapolis is a true metropolitan, but Fargo would be great! In terms of what you “can expect from a cat-loving population”…..ME! :) I even have cat shoes (my favorite shoes I’ve ever owned), and that kind of dedication (or crazy cat ladiness, depending on who you talk to) should win some points for our area. PLUS…..Fargo is home of Corky the Cradle Cat. I’m sure you’ve heard of him. He is the internationally know “twisted leg” cat!

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    1. B & B   April 25, 2013 at 8:19 pm  

      “Minneapolis is a true metropolitan, but Fargo would be great! ”

      Ummm, what?!? So Fargo-Moorhead isn’t a metropolitan area?

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  76. Megan   April 24, 2013 at 6:33 am  

    You should come to the Harrisburg, PA area. There are a lot of cat lovers around here. We also have “The Best Little Cat House in Pennsylvania.” It is a nonprofit that houses 90 cats with various ailments funded all by donations and volunteers. Not only that but I love your show all you do for cats and would love to meet you!

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  77. Kathy Baldwin   April 24, 2013 at 6:34 am  

    I think you should stop by Wichita Ks. If you’re driving we are right in the middle of the country and we have our share of misbehaving cats.

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    1. Amy K   April 29, 2013 at 3:34 pm  

      Wichita, KS – I second that!

      Wonderful work being done at the Kansas Humane Society in Wichita…fabulous facilities, great staff and awesome animals where your presence would be very much appreciated!

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  78. Brady   April 24, 2013 at 6:34 am  

    NYC!

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  79. karen demme   April 24, 2013 at 6:35 am  

    Jackson!!! Please Please come to Lancaster PA!! I would love to see you and listen to the words of wisdom. I have three orange tabby’s, and If it wasn’t for you I think they would have killed each other… If you can’t make PA, how Suffolk county Long Island?? I have a house there as well…PLEASE!!!!

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  80. JaneA Kelley   April 24, 2013 at 6:35 am  

    Portland, Maine! We have tons of cat lovers here and a lot of cat advocacy for our size. There’s a cage-free, no-kill cat rescue called HART of Maine (Homeless Animal Rescue Team) which is run entirely by volunteers. Another group, Friends of Feral Felines, a TNR and rescue group, is based in Portland. It’s an incredibly cool little city with lots of cultural opportunities and fantastic food (including lots of vegetarian and vegan options, if that’s your thing).

    There’s an independent bookstore, Longfellow Books, right in the center of the city that I’m sure would be willing to host a book signing and reading.

    Portland has won numerous awards over the past 10 years for its quality of life, including a spot in GoLocal’s 10 top cities in New England: http://www.mainehomeconnection.com/PortlandAwards

    We’re close enough to Boston that people might come from there to see you.

    Plus, I live there — and the Paws and Effect Gang will rattle cages all across northern New England for you!

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  81. Courtney   April 24, 2013 at 6:37 am  

    CHICAGO!!! Everyone I know here has a cat and is a huge fan of you and your show! We have wonderful shelters and rescue groups! Plus the music seen is amazing ;)

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  82. Sharon "crazy cat lady"   April 24, 2013 at 6:39 am  

    Chicago, with 9 million or so peeps, you’re sure to find a few cat people and challenges. I have two challenges myself.

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    1. Alma   April 27, 2013 at 9:16 pm  

      I agree, please Jackson come visit us cat folks here in Chi-town!!!!!!(;)!!

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  83. Karen   April 24, 2013 at 6:39 am  

    We would LOVE to see you in the Philadelphia suburbs! Cat lovers and owners galore! One possible venue might be the King of Prussia mall in King of Prussia, PA…it’s large, but has many book stores and would draw a great crowd.

    If smaller is preferred, please come to my town of Kennett Square, PA (the mushroom capital of the world!)….

    Thanks!
    Karen K.

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  84. Melanie   April 24, 2013 at 6:40 am  

    El Cajon, CA

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  85. Judi Nordstrom   April 24, 2013 at 6:40 am  

    Please consider East Central Illinois, specifically Champaign, Illinois. We have a local Humane Society shelter, CATSNAP (a cat rescue and trap spay neuter program), many cat lovers, and sadly a no kill shelter in Colfax Illinois who’s owner is, in my opinion, an animal hoarder, who takes every cat, feral too and puts them in crowded rooms. There are many cats here who could use your help.

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  86. Joanne   April 24, 2013 at 6:40 am  

    Please come to St Pete/ Tampa area in Florida!!!!!!

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  87. Tamara   April 24, 2013 at 6:41 am  

    Hi Jackson,

    Please please pleeeeeease come to Miami!!!!! Sun, sea and lots of cats!!WE unfortunately have a big stray cat problem, which I know you don’t address, but we also have a lot of cat lovers and cat owners.And I know this precisely because of the stray cat issue: I crosspost and share so many of them every day and the response from local cat owners wanting to help and adopt is incredible.We LOVE cats and I am sure we have many cat owners that could use your help.Plus, think of the beautiful backdrop the Miami skyline would provide to your visit.I hope you will consider it!

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  88. Vikki   April 24, 2013 at 6:43 am  

    Albuquerque, NM! Lots of feral cats here and lots of humans who are trying to help them. My three kitties are not from hell, but pretty angelic – how about doing a show on good kitties??
    Thanks Jackson!

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  89. Cris gagne   April 24, 2013 at 6:44 am  

    Massachusetts needs help. I feel people in New England just don’t appreciate animals like some other areas I have been in. I personally see way too many people just getting a kitten or puppy because its cute and then they don’t want as it grows or creates problems. I see it with cats, dogs, horses, novelty pets, everything. I believe there is some deep needed re-education needed around here. And besides my Russian peterbald and I would love to meet you!!

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  90. Lynn Rasys   April 24, 2013 at 6:44 am  

    Jackson, Please visit Sarasota, Florida! It is beautiful and full of cat lovers!! You have to visit Cat Depot, a feline rescue, adoption, education and resource center known for its progressive design and innovative programs. We would love to host you here! Check Cat Depot out and take a virtual tour at http://www.catdepot.org.

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    1. Pam B-W   April 24, 2013 at 8:24 pm  

      Jackson – we would LOVE to have you visit the Sarasota, FL area. You really need to check out the Cat Depot. It is a wonderful place for the cats/kittens. The folks who work there and all the volunteers are a VERY dedicated bunch, who put their heart & soul into the betterment of each cats future. Please consider us in Florida – we LOVE your show and all you have taught us.

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    2. Karen S.   April 28, 2013 at 8:17 pm  

      Cat Depot in Sarasota is definitely worth checking out!

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  91. Annette Garcia   April 24, 2013 at 6:48 am  

    Jackson PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE come to Los Angeles! You know how big this city is & you must be aware of all us crazy cat lovers here. I think Southern Ca could especially benefit with any & all helpful tips seeing how we have such a huge amount of feral friends running around our city. As a crazy cat lady I do my part to help any lil stray furry friends who cross my path & know there’s more people like me. With that being said it would be awesome to have the Cat Daddy come to LA.
    Much love awaits you here Jackson =^.^=

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  92. Spring   April 24, 2013 at 6:50 am  

    Milwaukee!! It’s not too far from your existing Chicago stop, I can personally vouch for the presence of at least one crazy cat couple in attendance (and we can get ANY number of friends and family to enthusiastically verify upon request), AND we even have a brand new Cat Boutique that just opened here that you would totally dig! (http://purrtosa.com/). I know it’s a different kind of cat, but our zoo has new jaguar cubs.

    Also, we have delicious beers and cheeses, AND I would personally make you cat themed cookies of some nature (or ask my husband to do it, as they would probably taste crappy if I made them, and that’s not exactly enticing), AND I’ve run out of super compelling reasons, so will resort to begging. PLEAAAASE come to Milwaukee! <3

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    1. Crystal   May 1, 2013 at 2:59 pm  

      Jackson is a vegan and a recovering addict.

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  93. karen cleever   April 24, 2013 at 6:52 am  

    I think a visit to Jersey City NJ – home of Liberty Humane Society – one of your “adopt a cat” sites. You may see a lot of dogs here but we have lots of cats as well.

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  94. Lynn   April 24, 2013 at 6:52 am  

    Live in west cental Wisconsin, but closest Metro area is Minneapolis, great cats and great music scene too! The midwest needs you Jackson!!

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  95. Daniella   April 24, 2013 at 6:52 am  

    Austin, TX! Saw you her during SXSW, come on back!

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  96. Angela Najera   April 24, 2013 at 6:54 am  

    Jackson I think coming to Massachusetts will be a great expirence for you this state is filled with cat loving people myself have 3 cats I know of several people in my town that have cats and would love to meet you and absorb all the info you have to give them. My home town is Maynard Ma about 30min west of Boston. Thank you for reading this and maybe consider it. Just reading this is a step in the right direction. Again thanks for taking out the time to read my submission have a great and wonderful day. Yours truely ANGELA NAJERA

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  97. Colleen Kelly-Angstadt   April 24, 2013 at 6:54 am  

    Hi Jackson,
    I think you next stop should be Atlantic City NJ, The cat loving population here is overwhelming…. Also we have numerous local TNR / Rescues which include the well known Alley Cat AlliesBoardwalk Cats Project which has cared for the feral cat colonies along the boardwalk as part of a city-supported Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program since 2000. I myself have 7 furbaby’s to which I am a guardian, including Mr. Magoo Who? A Blind Special Needs child that we rescued from the PSPCA, and he is working to help raise awareness for Special needs Pets, and finding them forever homes.

    Come on Jackson give the Jersey Shore a shot at some Great MoJo,

    Much Love & Purrs
    Goo & Family

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  98. Debbie Anderson   April 24, 2013 at 6:55 am  

    Tampa Bay!!!! HUGE kitty loving community!
    HUGE Jackson Galaxy loving community!
    <3

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  99. Jana Jacobson   April 24, 2013 at 6:56 am  

    Boston! Please…we the cat lovers of the greater Boston area could really use some Jackson in our lives. Stress is hard on all living beings, and that is especially true for our fur friends. Hopefully Jackson will join us in the heart of the Commonwealth!

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  100. Mary Anne Keefe-Nadel   April 24, 2013 at 6:58 am  

    Please come to Saratoga Springs New York. It is a really cool town! I live in Clifton Park a little south of Saratoga…you would love upstate NY

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  101. Lisa S   April 24, 2013 at 6:59 am  

    Please come to Austin, TX. They not only have the privileged of being the nation’s largest no-kill city, they have a great sanctuary there called Shadow Cats(http://shadowcats.net/). It acts as a sanctuary for FIV and FLV positive kitties.

    If you can’t make it to Austin, please try San Antonio. We are trying to get on our feet as a no-kill city and can certainly use an advocate with some star power. :-)

    Have safe travels where ever you go! I hope to make it to one of your signings.

    Thank you!

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  102. Alexa   April 24, 2013 at 7:00 am  

    Another vote for Florida here… after visiting the Hemingways in the Keys and cat-friendly Tampa, come to Orlando. We’ve got so many colonies and feral cats adopted by good natured families (including one at my house that has licked himself naked from stress) that you will find loads of challenges to solve.

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  103. Jane   April 24, 2013 at 7:00 am  

    We’d love for you to come home to Boulder. You are always welcome here.

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  104. Adriann   April 24, 2013 at 7:00 am  

    Jacksonville FL! You can expect a great turnout of cat lovers! The Jacksonville area has been working hard to get cats off the street and into loving homes. The Jacksonville Humane Society has opened a Kitten Neonatal Nursery. It would be a great place to show support, because they are daily reaching out trying to save all the animals they can.

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    1. Nancy   May 15, 2013 at 9:38 pm  

      Jacksonville, Florida definitely. We have a number of cat-friendly shelters and also the trap/spay&neuter progams for ferals, but there is alway sooo much more to learn. Our city is a mix of urban, suburban, and rural areas, each with their own challenges for our furry friends.

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  105. Lynn   April 24, 2013 at 7:04 am  

    Hi Jackson! We would love for you to visit us in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina at the National Cat Groomers Institute of America! We are the world’s only cat-exclusive grooming school! Our students visit us from all over the globe, including Canada, Switzerland, Australia, Hong Kong, and Switzerland! We have been invited to lecture at grooming industry events in the U.S., Canada, Russia, Belgium, and our President Danelle German is currently teaching at a workshop in Kuwait! We have over 800 cat clients and partner closely with a cat-exclusive vet and a number of cat rescues in the Greenville area. We hope to hear from you!

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  106. Kara M.   April 24, 2013 at 7:05 am  

    Fort Worth,TX! They’ve made TNRing feral cats legal. It would be great if you could keep spreading the word about TNR.

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  107. Robyn   April 24, 2013 at 7:06 am  

    Hi Jackson! It would be awesome if you came to Capac, Michigan. We live in a small farming community. I just attended a TNR(Trap, Neuter, Return) class and it was extremely interesting. We, unfortunately, have cats that get dumped out here. I am a dog behaviorist/trainer and I find your show compelling. I never really understood the complexities of cat behavior and your show has helped me a great deal in dealing with our own cats, who we adopted as feral kittens.

    Thank you for all you do for the cats and keep up the great work!!!!

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  108. Melissa M   April 24, 2013 at 7:08 am  

    Come to the Baltimore-DC metro area! Show some East Coast love and help cats from our nation’s capital!!

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  109. Chelsea Powers   April 24, 2013 at 7:08 am  

    Virginia Beach, Virginia! I’m not sure about the cat population here though, but it would be awesome to watch episodes with you here helping our local cat families! I think it would be cool for you to go the the Hemingway house like previous poster suggested. Either way, keep up the good work! I love your show and think you are a wonderful person for what you do for cats and their owners. Always do what you do!
    From
    – Chelsea and her two kitty daughters Sookie and Sasha from Va Beach

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  110. Cheryl Black   April 24, 2013 at 7:09 am  

    Jackson,

    We would love to see you up here in Seattle! We are a cat-loving town for sure and have many great organizations that love and care for cats (PAWS for one).

    Plus, we have a great music scene so COME ON UP!!!!

    Cheryl

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  111. Jill   April 24, 2013 at 7:10 am  

    you should def visit Sarasota Florida Home of the Cat Depot!!!! They do great things for kittys needing a new home!!! and u cant beat the weather! Bring your shades!

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  112. Denise   April 24, 2013 at 7:11 am  

    Please Please come to Maine! I’ld love to see you among hundreds of other people who would love to see you! :-) You Rock Cat Daddy! <3 Crazy Cat lady :-)

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  113. Cary   April 24, 2013 at 7:11 am  

    Memphis! We have great music, The House of Mews, and my two handicats Blind Murphy and Zoe (the latter born deaf from a mild case of cerebellar hypoplasia). Unfortunately the two don’t get along. They will be very happy to meet you as will my partner and I. And the Memphis Zoo has an exquisite Cat Country exhibit.

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  114. Lynn   April 24, 2013 at 7:11 am  

    Jacksonville, Florida! We have the HGTV Smart Home here in Jax Beach this year, and just had the marvelous One Spark crowdsourcing festival downtown that drew over 100k people each day. Lots of cat rescue groups in the area, and our shelter is striving hard to become no-kill. Friends of Jacksonville Animals is the shelter support group here and it’s worked with Best Friends Animal Society on multi-rescue mega adoption events that have found homes for hundreds more animals. With two navy bases in town, we face the issue of how service people handle their pets when they’re being deployed, so perhaps that’s an issue your show could address.

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  115. Isaiah   April 24, 2013 at 7:15 am  

    Abilene, By-God, Texas is the place you should come.

    We love kitties! you could come and get a big welcome!!!

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  116. Jackie Chelette   April 24, 2013 at 7:16 am  

    Sarasota, Florida!! You must check out Cat Depot! It is by far one the best cat rescues in the U.S.! I actually live in North Florida and several yrs ago I stumbled upon this rescue group while visiting family there. And now, every time I am in Sarasota, I make a point of visiting this wonderful establishment and visiting the felines. It would be worth the 4-5 hr drive to see you there! =^..^= and to meet you!

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  117. Jess   April 24, 2013 at 7:17 am  

    Please come to Orlando, FL! The cat world around here is awesome, so many different organizations trying to make a difference! We are also only 2 hours away from Gainesville, FL , the home of the incredible vet program at UF and home to the vital and groundbreaking TNR program, Operation Catnip with Dr. Julie Levy!!!!!! This area has the incredible Spay N Save program, and the CARE TNR program as well.

    We desperately need your help in this town. There are so many people, and so many unwanted and abandoned cats. Your helping to keep some of the tough cases in their homes, and out of the shelters, would be miraculous. We don’t have a single no-kill pound in our area, and our rescues are overwhelmed. Due to this, many, many families feel like they have no option (because they almost don’t) but to take their animal to a shelter, because there is no hope for ‘helping’ their cats, because no one around here is able to.

    I currently work with a non-profit cat rescue, and we are sadly aware of how much this area needs help from someone like you!!! Please consider a trip to Orlando, FL!

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  118. Melissa   April 24, 2013 at 7:18 am  

    I think you should visit Atlanta. I live in the metro area. We have a lot of cat lovers here. You might be interested in checking out the Good Mews adoption center and Paws, Whiskers & Claws veterinary clinic. You may already know Ingrid Johnson, their excellent cat behaviorist and vet tech. :)

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  119. Jennifer E   April 24, 2013 at 7:19 am  

    I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia. In terms of cat-loving population, we are a huge group. Within 5 miles of my home, I can count 3 well-staffed and respectable cat rescue organizations. We also have a network of 3 ASPCA shelters that do their best to place cats in a forever home. In fact, 5 of my feline buddies are from one of these shelters.

    I would love for you to visit Philadelphia as I think the message you spread needs to be heard by all cat owners alike.

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  120. Nancy Cardarelli   April 24, 2013 at 7:19 am  

    I’m going to vote for River Falls WI, it 20-25 short minutes to Minneapolis/St.Paul. In Minneapolis is First Avenue where Prince got his start on the music scene. There are also lots of fun places to go visit, like the Arboretium, Ice-Skating at the Depot. Twins Baseball in their new stadium or if you are not a professional sports fan, there is The Saints baseball at Energy Park where there is entertainment and a game breaks out–oh don’t forget the train that goes along the park.

    I recently adopted a Persian from a rescue in Egypt. I love both her (Bunny-Boo) and my himmie (Simon Walter) but they are not getting along so well. He’s 8 and she’s 2 and LOVES to play and eat. I don’t care if they ever are best buds, I just want Simon to feel like he can sleep on a chair all day and not be bothered.

    Well that’s my vote!!

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  121. Andrea Neuman   April 24, 2013 at 7:22 am  

    Washington, DC metro area or even Baltimore – I will definitely be there!! Love your show and love what you do with cats. Thanks for all you do.

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  122. Michele   April 24, 2013 at 7:23 am  

    Athens, GA. Many cat loving people and Humane Society in town.

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  123. Nicole Guetti   April 24, 2013 at 7:24 am  

    Boston! New England has many shelters and rescues with many animal welfare folks who could gain a wealth of knowledge from you Jackson! I know many of us would be willing to come to Boston (not too far from my shelter). Anything we can do to improve the lives of our shelter cats until they find forever homes would be fantastic. Boston, Boston, Boston Please! …..Boston Strong!

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  124. Kendra Miroslaw   April 24, 2013 at 7:24 am  

    Jackson! I’m doing this for a friend – she has two gorgeous cats who fight and one of her cats even beats up on her nephews! She’s afraid when she has kids in the future, she’ll have to give him up!

    She’s in Sparta, WI — which, by the way, you should visit WI and educate people on spaying and neutering – I came from a small town in WI that literally had more feral cats than it did people.

    Love your show!

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  125. Janee M.   April 24, 2013 at 7:25 am  

    San Francisco! To borrow Jennifer’s reasoning, http://www.petinsurance.com/healthzone/pet-articles/pet-owner-topics/top-10-cat-friendly-cities.aspx we were named number three on the list of cat-friendly places. The bay area in general is very progressive and open to learning more about what we can do to continue advancing life for both our furry and wild (including feral) friends, and we have a lot of people working to do the best that they can at feeding and safe-keeping some of the local feral colonies in surrounding areas. We love your holistic methods and your creativity when it comes to figuring out how to provide cats enough room in a small space (such as a studio or other apartment) and especially in the episode in season 3, with the pica cat, where you tried holistic methods before you jumped to medication. Where I live, it’s a tree-hugging hippie town that does the best that it can for its furry friends – the shelters in the bay area are extremely active in putting on events, holding adoptions, continuing education courses for us volunteers etc., their pets aren’t given timelines at a lot of kill-shelters, and they adopt out a LOT of cats, adults and black cats included – and I would say that at least the human population of San Francisco is just a bigger, more blown-up version of that! :) Not to mention, you would make a wonderful birthday present!

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  126. Dan   April 24, 2013 at 7:25 am  

    Hey Jackson, I think it would be awesome if you visited Boston MA. It has the population you are looking for and there are tons of cat lovers there. It is also part of one of the largest metropolitan areas, so you’ll have people come form Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine and parts of New York. There are large enough complexes to be able to accommodate you and all your fans! So please come to Boston!!!

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  127. BGryphon   April 24, 2013 at 7:26 am  

    Columbus is not only the State capital it is located in the centre of Ohio; most of the state is within a 2 hour drive. Greater Columbus is home to Cat Welfare Association (founded 1945) as well as at least another half-dozen cat-specific rescues and many more groups that rescue/adopt out cats in addition to other pets. Research conducted for my pet photography business suggests there are almost 150,000 feline-blessed households just in Franklin County; with many more in the 6 adjacent counties.

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  128. Dolores Seymour   April 24, 2013 at 7:26 am  

    Cat Depot in Sarasota will blow your mind. Come visit our kitties.

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  129. Natalie Comerford Dadey   April 24, 2013 at 7:26 am  

    Come to Tucson, Arizona!
    We have 2 Feline only cat hospitals, 1 no kill cat shelter and several rescue/no kill organizations that deal w/ all furry friends.

    Tucson is home to my Captain Orange, who is a gorgeous, 13 year old, 16 lb., diabetic boy cat. He is not a problem child, in fact he may be the best, gentle, loving, boy cat ever! Tucson is also the home of Gramps, a 7 yr. old orange tabby who is very shy and guarded, despite a life time in 1 loving home. My Gertrud lives in Tucson. She is a lovely 8 yr. old rescue kitty, w/ a beautiful face that requires many more kisses than she will tolerate. Then there is Klaudius Tyrone Mantooth, my 8 month old polydactyl who is the most mischievous creature ever! I have loved cats for all of my 44 years and he redefines mischief.

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  130. Jennifer   April 24, 2013 at 7:26 am  

    Bozeman, MT – it is a college town in a ranching and tourist area so there are a lot of issues about keeping cats in small places, feral cats and “barn” cats that are nominally tame but not really. And there is the bonus of incredible scenery and Yellowstone a short drive away!

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  131. Tricia Grogan   April 24, 2013 at 7:27 am  

    Los Gatos California..the name says it all

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  132. Kate   April 24, 2013 at 7:28 am  

    Sarasota, Florida.
    Very diverse population- lots of retirees, lots of young families- rich and poor and everything in between.
    And… pretty decent music scene. Just sayin’….
    Cat Depot is a fantastic cat rescue organization and one worth checking out.
    Peace,
    Kate

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  133. Pammy   April 24, 2013 at 7:28 am  

    Jackson…come to Jersey!!!! We got tons of cat loving peeps here, especially in Northern NJ, we’re right near NY – don’t forget us!! You know the area!!! :)

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  134. Mitzi jones   April 24, 2013 at 7:29 am  

    I think you should visit the NCGIA cat grooming school in Greenville, SC. not necessarily dealing with a problem cat directly, but a lot of cats have behavior problems because of the pain and discomfort of matting, poor coat condition, and impacted hair balls. It would be eye opening for all of your viewers.

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  135. JoAnn   April 24, 2013 at 7:30 am  

    Jackson, please come to the the Baltimore/Washington Metro area. We have a huge cat loving population here!!

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  136. Kim Worth   April 24, 2013 at 7:30 am  

    Hey Jackson,
    Love all that you do. Your path is truly one of sharing and giving. Hopefully one day all animals will be understood, respected and loved in the same way you are able to teach people about the cats in their lives. My vote goes to the Washington DC area. There are many cat lovers here, plus people from MD and VA would be able to see you as well. Within a small area you have the urban apartment dwellers working on Capitol Hill and the suburbs with houses and neighborhood cats. Not far away in MD and VA you have agricultural areas and lots of horse country. Lots of people and lots of cats. The cats I live with all came from a local rescue group that has teamed up with PetSmart. (We have 4 cats now so my family has banned me from going there ;-) Many people in the Washington DC area love their cats and want to be able to live in harmony. We have cat wars in my house and are striving to understand the dynamics involved. We’ve used a number of your teachings which have helped but the tension is still not resolved. Good luck on your tour!! Hoping to see you!! Kim – Sam, Lucy, Phoenix and Fiona

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  137. Ali Arpin   April 24, 2013 at 7:30 am  

    Come home to Colorado, just south a bit! Colorado Springs would love to have you! The Springs is home to 2 feline only veterinary practices and 2 feline only rescue groups. If you need people for your show, we have a few clients (and our receptionist!) who could really use your help; if you want to focus on your book sales we could fill a bookstore; and if you just need a little down time we’ll sneak you in for some kitty lovin ;-). We have 3 clinic cats and between the 9 staff members there are 35 home cats. On behalf of myself, the doctors, the staff, and our kitty ambassadors please accept this as an open invitation to come visit us at CatTails Feline Health Center!

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  138. Adriann   April 24, 2013 at 7:33 am  

    Jacksonville, FL!! Cat lovers would come running to meet you! The Jacksonville Humane Society also has a Kitten Neonatal Nursery! It would be great to show them support and allow the cat lovers of Jacksonville and all surrounding areas to meet you! So come visit Jacksonville FL!

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  139. Kizz   April 24, 2013 at 7:35 am  

    Brooklyn. Come to Brooklyn. We’ve got rescued cats, fancy cats, indoor cats, outdoor cats, feral cats, random strays, fantastic rescue organizations and a whole bunch of crazy cat people.

    The two cats I have are the result of adopting a stray cat who turned out to be pregnant 13 years ago. They’re…quirky but not impossible. The mom was impossible so she went to live with my mom (a certified crazy cat lady in NH) where she’s very happy.

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  140. Katie   April 24, 2013 at 7:36 am  

    Twin cities please! (Or more specifically, Minneapolis). We need some of your cat mojo up here!

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  141. Dawn friello   April 24, 2013 at 7:36 am  

    Please come to Albany Ny

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  142. Susan Ingelsby   April 24, 2013 at 7:37 am  

    Jackson,
    I volunteer at the Camden County Animal Shelter (Blackwood, NJ) every week (taking pics of the cats for Petfinder), and I just have to say that. . .you are my HERO!!
    I often encounter folks considering a cat, but have concerns. I OFTEN tell them to watch your show and how enlightening it is. I thought I knew a lot about cats, but you have taught me a thing or 3. ;-) Some of the things you have cat guardians do to change their relationship with their furry family members is amazing. THANK YOU!!

    I also want to say. . . it’s about freaken time that someone talked about CATS!! At the shelter they are always talking about the dogs. . . lets walk the dogs, lets bathe the dogs. . . dogs dogs dogs!! Meanwhile we have 3 times as many cats as dogs and they are resolved to living their lives in 3x3x3 (ish) cages. They never get out to get any excercise or socialization. It is my DREAM that we get a communal cat room for them to get some excercise and socialization. Everyone who works and volunteers at the shelter agree with me, but the funds just aren’t there. :-(
    ANYWAY. . . we are having a big event on September 21st. What R U doing?? :-D
    If you could take the time out of your busy schedule to at least stop by. . . I personally will promote the HELL out of it to raise $$$ for that very purpose.
    I know this is a bit winded, so thank you in advance for taking the time to read. I hope you can make it. :-D
    Sincerely. . .
    Susan Ingelsby

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    1. Janice Morris   April 24, 2013 at 10:38 am  

      Yes, please come to Blackwood NJ, Camden County Animal Shelter. We have a 7 year old declawed torti that is living in animal play pen right now at the shelter because she gets so crazy when she gets put into a cage. She really could use some exposure to find her a home or to help her deal with being in a cage until she can find a home. Once kitten season is in full swing the shelter will be so much more crowded and will not have the room to leave the playpen up in the middle of the room. There are a lot of cats that get adopted from our shelter, but the intake is so high because they are a county shelter that draws from places where the people just let their cats out and don’t get them fixed. There are a lot of cat lovers, but for some reason the shelter seems to have more dog volunteers then cat volunteers, so like Susan said it does seem like the dogs get more attention then the cats. I’m a cat volunteer, hope you visit our shelter!

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  143. Kimmy   April 24, 2013 at 7:39 am  

    Tampa, FL!! We have lots of cats here and the local Humane Society has been doing a lot of great work to educate on the Trap, Neuter, Release programs in town! However, just today (after a very successful 43 feral car neuter-a-thon), one of the local papers has published an editorial full of misinformation and flat out lies! We need as much support to get the people of Tampa Bay educated PROPERLY about what TNR is and how well it’s been working. No decline in wildlife and decreased feral cat numbers. That’s what it’s all about! We love cats here and I believe they ALL deserve a chance at a full life, whether they are in a home or living feral.

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  144. Lori   April 24, 2013 at 7:40 am  

    Please come to Long Island New York!

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  145. Peter F   April 24, 2013 at 7:42 am  

    Come to Sarasota, Florida !
    Cat Depot is the best cat shelter I have seen.
    It is no-kill and has the best facilities to house and socialize with cats.
    They adopted out almost 900 cats last year to forever homes.
    Sarasota loves cats!

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  146. Erin   April 24, 2013 at 7:43 am  

    Please come to Dallas TX! We’d love to have your mojo here!!!!!! :)

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  147. HollyAnne   April 24, 2013 at 7:45 am  

    Maine is the #2 cat owning state in the nation – I think you should come to Portland!

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  148. Melody   April 24, 2013 at 7:46 am  

    I’d love to see you in San Jose, CA but even San Francisco would work. Heck, I’d even drive the 6 hrs or so for Los Angeles. You’ve got no west coast dates at all!! I know you were in SF for the hardback release but I missed that. West coast please!!

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    1. Miranda   April 24, 2013 at 9:42 am  

      Please come to Dyer Indiana! We are just 30 minutes from Chicago and we have a pet supplies plus right in town! also we are just 10 minutes away from the Munster, Indiana Humane society. Just some thoughts!

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  149. Elizabeth   April 24, 2013 at 7:46 am  

    Kansas City! We have amazing shelters in the area (I live in nearby Lawrence) and could definitely use help for my two cats. Our “cat from hell” is our three-legged cat, Tripp, who is aggressive toward our exisiting cat. I think I would have trouble rehoming her to be by herself and we’re trying to use your methods but aren’t making much progress.

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  150. Deborah Peterson   April 24, 2013 at 7:46 am  

    Anchorage, Alaska!

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  151. Jessika O'Malley   April 24, 2013 at 7:47 am  

    It would be so great if you could come to The Woodlands,Tx! There’s a lot of Animal lovers and people trying to make a difference. :)

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  152. Laura Martin   April 24, 2013 at 7:49 am  

    Hey Jackson! If you haven’t been here already, Atlanta would welcome you with open arms! We have numerous cat rescue organizations here, including the one I volunteer for, Furkids, which has the largest FIV+ adoptable cat community in the Southeast. We could benefit greatly from your insight about adopting cats, integrating cats into homes with other animals, retraining aggression or feral behavior, etc. Please join us in Atlanta!

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  153. Stacey   April 24, 2013 at 7:49 am  

    The river city!!! That would be the beautiful city of Sacramento :) No WAY you can leave out the capital of the greatest state in America!!! Please come here, I know there are all kinds of kitty lovers who will happily welcome you with open arms :-)

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  154. Magster   April 24, 2013 at 7:50 am  

    Albany, NY! It’s very boring, so attendance would be guaranteed! And we *love* cats!

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  155. Kaci Nash   April 24, 2013 at 7:53 am  

    This isn’t so much a home town suggestion, but an area suggestion. I think you should pass through the Midwest!

    I live in Nebraska, and we love our cats here. I volunteer with a organization at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln that cares for a population of feral cats that live on our campus. We also have an awesome no-kill shelter here call the Cat House that is very successful in adopting out adult cats. I’m sure there are similar stories for places all along the plains and Midwest. We love our cats and we’d love to see you!

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  156. Connie Burgan   April 24, 2013 at 7:53 am  

    Please come to the Chicago suburbs and visit Feral Fixers TNR.

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  157. Jon Noe   April 24, 2013 at 7:53 am  

    We’d love to have you in Seattle! There’s lots of great no-kill shelters you could team up with too. My favorite is Purrfect Pals!

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    1. Erin L.   April 24, 2013 at 12:11 pm  

      I would second this nomination for Seattle and also add Animal Talk Rescue and Whisker City to the list of great no-kill shelters (I think you are already aware of Whisker City). Both of these rescues are going through hard times and could use a media boost or even just a morale boost. If you come to Seatle, also consider Eastern Washington area too. As much as Western Washington and the Seattle area is great for no-kill shelters, unfortunately, Eastern Washington is lacking support in this. My cat Fiona was found as a young, pregnant stray in Eastern Washington. When she ended up in a high kill shelter with an upper respitory infection her prospects were not good. luckily, Animal Talk took her and her kittens, nursed them in a foster home, spayed and nuetered them all and got them homes. She is the light of my life now and I am so sad that this is not possible for all cats in that area. They need some Jackson Galaxy education so that the great shelters like Animal Talk don’t have to step in so often to save lives over there. They are overburdened as it is.

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  158. Chris LeBlanc   April 24, 2013 at 7:54 am  

    Come to Jacksonville! One of the Largest populations in the country and home to tons of cat lovers!

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  159. Eileen Bezembinder   April 24, 2013 at 7:55 am  

    I will go with Tampa, even though we are nearer to West Palm Beach FL. I would gladly travel to see Mr. Galaxy. I have learned so much from him regarding kitty psychology. Where ever you go, I am sure that you will be loved.

    Thanks so much for asking us (your adoring public kitty guardians) where we would like to see you.

    Eileen:-)

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  160. Carolyn Johnson   April 24, 2013 at 7:56 am  

    Philadelphia!!!!! Could be huge!

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  161. Beth Marsh   April 24, 2013 at 7:57 am  

    Big Rapids, Michigan (about 45 minutes North of Grand Rapids). We’re a small(ish) college town in beautiful West Central Michigan with wonderful people here. We just recently opened a new no-kill animal shelter that, for the first time, accepts cats. My neighbors and I have rescued feral stray cats and found (or given) them homes. And personally, I could use a little help with a rescued feral that has become the resident bully of the house.

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  162. Rachel Hendricks   April 24, 2013 at 7:58 am  

    Ocean City which has a WONDERFUL place called “Mew to You” a store plus a semi open inside area for cats that need Forever homes. They’re all over Facebook about various cats they have and that need homes, with information about the cats (like if they need to be an only cat or are good w/ other cats or animals or kids etc)

    Such a wonderful place.

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  163. Dan Johnson   April 24, 2013 at 7:58 am  

    Louisville, KY. Think “Derby”. Basketball. Cat lovers.

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  164. Sherry Meyers   April 24, 2013 at 7:59 am  

    JAckson
    I hope you come to Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh woud be awesome but anywhere close will do.
    Love your show and the work your are doing.

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  165. Courtney   April 24, 2013 at 8:00 am  

    Please come to Orlando, Florida!!! If you do you will see that there are hundreds of cat colonies just downtown alone. Come here…check it out…and then drop by my home where I’m having a problem with my kitty peeing on furniture in a particular room. Even if you couldn’t help me, it would be such a pleasure to meet you :-)

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  166. Courtney Hart   April 24, 2013 at 8:02 am  

    CHICAGO!!! Everyone I know here is a cat lover and is huge fan of you and your show! We have wonderful shelters and rescue groups! Not to mention, the music scene is pretty amazing ;)

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  167. Tracy Hullett   April 24, 2013 at 8:05 am  

    Jackson,

    Love your show and learned valuable info from your book.

    I so wish you could come to the ‘cat friendly’ area of Tampa Bay, Florida!

    I have a multi-cat home (6) that Im sure would greatly benefit from your expertise. Yes, I may have bitten off more than I can chew at times being soft hearted when it comes to strays and feral kitten rescue. Im searching for ways to decrease stress and enrich my 6 friend’s lives.

    My house is ready for catification and Im ready to be trained!

    Thanks Jackson!

    Tracy

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  168. Elizabeth Flagg   April 24, 2013 at 8:06 am  

    Please come to Seattle! We are chock full of cat lovin’ mojo and we want YOU! :)

    #TeamCatMojo

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  169. Anna   April 24, 2013 at 8:07 am  

    Come to Wisconsin! Specifically the La Crosse/Sparta area. This is not far from the Wisconsin Dells area.
    We own 2 beautiful kitties. But, I have one cat in specific named Jazz who has a lot of issues regarding children/babies, visitors, the vet, and other pets. Jazz is only 2 years old and has been raised in a nice home, with 2 owners (me and my husband) who baby the heck out of him and love him to death… yet, he has some extreme issues with all that I’ve listed above that we’re confused about.
    Jazz, our problematic cat has problems with visitors – especially children and babies. He becomes very aggressive, hisses, and even tries to stalk the children and babies visiting. We’ve had to keep him away from younger children for their safety. The weird thing is, he’s not encountered children more than a handful of times, so we’re not sure why he has such an issue with them. We’ve always monitored their encounters and still don’t understand why he despises children so much.
    He also loathes the vet’s office. He becomes so aggressive with the vets that they have actually recommended we find another office. The only way they are able to handle him is if they “put him under” They have done this on 2 separate occasions, and he was only in each time for his regular check up. They weren’t even able to touch him in any way, shape, or form until they anesthetize. :(
    Jazz also likes to beat up on our other cat Sasha. He is constantly stalking her and tries to bite aggressively at her neck. Sasha has become a very timid and nervous because of this and has some digestive issues that haven’t been able to be resolved.
    Jazz is a complete sweetheart to my husband and I. We love him to pieces but he’s so hard to handle when he becomes uncomfortable. He has never been abused and has always been well taken care of and babied. I wish I could understand why he becomes so aggressive with others. We NEED your help. And I think this general area needs a lot of help in understanding cats as well. We would so love for you to visit and help us with this issue. I’m not willing to give up on him yet but if the day comes that my husband and I plan to have a baby and he continues to act aggressively towards our child, we will need to re-home him. That would absolutely tear my heart to shreds and is our very last option.
    HELP.

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  170. Lindsey Prather   April 24, 2013 at 8:07 am  

    Hi Jackson,

    My name is Lindsey. I live in Kenmore, NY which is just outside of Buffalo. I would love it if you came here. I have 3 cats…Minnie, a Russian blue. Pumpkin, an orange tabby and Casper. Casper rarely comes out from under the bed or his other hiding places. At 4, he is still very skittish. I wish there was something I could do about this.

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  171. Mills Hobirk   April 24, 2013 at 8:10 am  

    Missoula, Montana! It’s so beautiful here and we are crazy about cats! We would love for you to visit AniMeals our No-Kill cat adoption center and animal food bank!! Please visit us!

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  172. Christy   April 24, 2013 at 8:10 am  

    Hey Jackson,
    You should definitely come to the midwest. Our cats, Fitz and Fiona, were both adopted in LA, and were cared for periodically by Ally McPets so they feel as if they know you, too. In fact, Jill is responsible for our finding Fiona, who was an abandoned feral kitten fostered by her friend, Carrie. They watch your show all the time and I have a photo of them watching when Jill made her cameo appearance last season!
    Fitz, Fiona and their guardians (us!) moved last year to Columbus, Ohio which is a great town to visit. Its a bit dog-centric here but most of our friends have two cats each. I think we need some Cat Mojo here!

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  173. Heidi   April 24, 2013 at 8:12 am  

    You should come to Salt Lake City, UT. There are a lot of us cat lovers here. We also have so many rescues and feral colonies that people lovingly work with. I would love to be able to meet you and hear the stories you have to share with us. We have a great bookstore called “The Kings English” that hosts many authors, and recently my husband and I went to see Wayne Pacelle from the Humane Society speak about his book “The Bond”. There were a lot of people there, so I know that you would have a great turnout! Please come to Salt Lake, Jackson. *crosses fingers and tails*

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  174. Alyssa Alvarez   April 24, 2013 at 8:12 am  

    Hey jackson, you should definitely come to Miami! Unfortunately we have a huuuuuge population all over Miami Dade County of feral cats but we do have a lot of dedicated people who are trying to make sure that they’re not all put down by trapping, spaying and neauturing and re-releasing. I have several i’ve taken in and several that i’ve found homes for but i think your presence here might help the image of cats so that more might be able to adopt. Definitely check out an organization called The Cat Network in miami. And like the guy said in the message above, u can take a trip down to key west and see the hemmingway 6 tied cats.

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    1. Tamara   April 24, 2013 at 9:55 am  

      I agree totally…Miami all the way!!

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  175. Stephanie   April 24, 2013 at 8:17 am  

    Seattle! We love our pets here. We have a fantastic network of rescues here, and we’re home to the Seattle Humane Society, a no-kill which has the third highest save rate in the country. Also, you donated an autographed book for our annual fundraising auction, which everyone here thinks is AWESOME!

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  176. jennifer thompson   April 24, 2013 at 8:23 am  

    providence rhode island :)

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  177. Gail   April 24, 2013 at 8:26 am  

    I checked your tours and was bummed not to see Boston. Please come! Big fan of the show and cannot wait to read the book, and hopefully have the pleasure of meeting you!

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  178. Evelyn   April 24, 2013 at 8:26 am  

    I wish you could come to south Texas.

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  179. Stephenie Bruner-Keefe   April 24, 2013 at 8:27 am  

    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Edmonton is beautiful in the Summer and there is MANY cat lovers.

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  180. Sarah H   April 24, 2013 at 8:32 am  

    Chapel Hill, NC! Or anywhere in Orange or Durham county! We’re near the Goat House cat refuge, which has been in the NYTimes and does amazing work around here– we do love cats out here!

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  181. Jessica   April 24, 2013 at 8:33 am  

    Hi Jackson!

    I live in Troy, NY which is just minutes from the Capital of New York State – Albany, NY. We are cat lovers here! In addition, we’re easily accessible by plane, train, or car (plenty of highway access) and are just a few hours from NYC and Boston and aren’t even too far from Montreal if you’re adding Canada to the tour.

    Our local shelter, The Hudson Mohawk Humane Society is advocating for your visit on their FB wall. They are extremely active in cat rescue (two of our cats came from this shelter) and animal advocacy.

    In addition, I work at Hudson Valley Community College (Troy, NY) which has a certificate program in animal advocacy and a strong animal rights club. Perhaps a book signing and lecture could be held here – and easily accessible location with ample parking (although the students would be on break until the end of August).

    We are cat lovers in the Capital Region of New York – even our local paper, The Times Union, features a cat blogger!

    Hopefully, your schedule will take you to the Northeast and you can fit Albany, NY into your schedule. We’d love to have you here! Thanks!

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  182. Betsy Rose   April 24, 2013 at 8:42 am  

    We would love to have you come to Maine — as far north as Bangor if you can make it. We have some wonderful rescue groups up here – the Animal Orphanage in Old Town, Bangor Humane Society, Forgotten Felines of Maine on the coast, and lots of cat lovers and owners. I could personally recruit a number of cat lovers via Facebook and Yahoo. We ourselves have three wonderful cats, Boo, Bonnie, and Clyde, who are not currently in need of your services, all being extremely well-behaved and socialized, but we are still avid viewers of “My Cat from Hell.” Please come to Maine … or at least, Boston?!? Thanks!

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  183. Jackie   April 24, 2013 at 8:43 am  

    Manhattan Beach, CA Just down the road from your place. We have a lovely little bookstore here, Pages, just steps from the beach. If you have never been here, you will be delighted. (Check out my FB page for some of my photography) Best food in Ca, guaranteed, and lots of cute girls :-)
    We love you and would be honored to have you visit.
    You would be welcomed with a proclamation from the city.
    Please consider Manhattan Beach as one of your CatTour stops.
    <3

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  184. Jackie   April 24, 2013 at 8:44 am  

    >^..^<

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  185. Barbara   April 24, 2013 at 8:45 am  

    Please come to Annapolis, MD! There are loads of cat lovers in the area (I love the 6 in my house). I have lots of Facebook friends who are in the Annapolis area and love cats.
    It’s also the sailing capital of the world!

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  186. Jef Famulare   April 24, 2013 at 8:47 am  

    Hey Jackson!
    We’d love to see you in Portland, Oregon! Who doesn’t want to visit “Portlandia?” We have some great programs here – Oregon Humane Society has a great Cats program, Audubon Society of Portland is an advocate for native wildlife and works a lot with cat owners encouraging them to keep their cats indoors, and the people here are a truly diverse and unique group of peoples.
    Come see us!

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  187. Sara V   April 24, 2013 at 8:50 am  

    I saw you last time you came to Portland, OR and it was Inspiring. So inspiring that I joined the board at my local shelter. I would love to hear more of your stories and suggestions!!

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    1. Laura Barr   May 30, 2013 at 1:18 pm  

      I would love for you to come to Portland, Oregon again. I don’t know when you came before, but I missed it! :( PLEASE PLEASE come again !! I would love to meet you,,,YOU ROCK !!

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  188. Linda Rettstatt   April 24, 2013 at 8:57 am  

    Memphis! My cat has a very annoying habit I cannot break. It’s starting to drive me crazy, but I know she can’t help it.

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    1. Cary   April 24, 2013 at 9:45 am  

      Woohoo! Yes! Memphis!

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  189. Jeff   April 24, 2013 at 8:59 am  

    Philadelphia / South Jersey! Lots of heart for our furry friends here!

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  190. Amy Elsner   April 24, 2013 at 9:02 am  

    Doubt it would happen, but I’d vote for Rapid City, SD. We’re the largest town in the western half of South Dakota and near Mt. Rushmore. I’m sure that there are a lot of cat owners and people who watch your show here and would love a chance to meet you and ask questions and such. My cats are actually not from Hell so don’t need help there, even if they were named for vampires… Thanks for being awesome and continue to rock on!

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  191. Julianna M.   April 24, 2013 at 9:04 am  

    New York City. Small apartments. Complicated neighbor noises and smells. Limited window space. Subway rides with cat taxis. Help us, please!

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  192. Ann Marotta   April 24, 2013 at 9:04 am  

    San Jose, CA

    Lots of cat people here!

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  193. Wendy B.Lindstrom   April 24, 2013 at 9:05 am  

    Hey big bad cat daddy-o Jackson, come to Sonoma CA! Weather is purrfect, beautiful scenery, pet-friendly lodging/shops, scads of cat lovers, and many, MANY local supporting businesses: rescues, shelters, vets, animal behaviorists. You’d pack ‘em in here furrrr sure!

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  194. Bianca Quinones   April 24, 2013 at 9:10 am  

    I live just outside the downtown area of San Antonio Tx. I know if you came here there would be a huge cat loving community charging your way! Not only are there a lot of cat loving people here in this city but we also care very much about the health of our strays. However, we need your guidence. We are one of the last cities in the US who practice TNR(trap-neuter-release). There is a huge stray cat problem here. The feral cat coliation does an excellent job educating the public and granting them the certification to trap and fix these cats, but I think if you came here there would be more of an impact. Just to see how many people care about these cats and their own would definetly send out a motivating message to the city. Talking about your book and the in depth relationship that a cat and a human can have will really open eyes. Owning a cat is one thing. Understanding them is your thing!

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  195. Amy Hartman   April 24, 2013 at 9:11 am  

    It would be wonderful if you came to Seattle. I live about 40 miles south of there, and while I have been tremendously blessed with two of the worlds BEST cats–Clinton and Carter– I know that there are others in the area who could use your help. Most of the real estate in the downtown area would be condos/apartments, so more than likely there would be a vast majority of indoor cats, with working owners/companions. On the outskirts of the city, there are more single family homes. The cat-loving population around here is friendly, loyal, and dedicated, has a large vegetarian/vegan population (humans, not the cats) , with a huge trend toward natural and holistic remedies and foods to better care for our cat companions. The 253 loves cats–and you!–so we’d be delighted if you’d stop in our city for a visit.

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  196. Geri Hydock   April 24, 2013 at 9:14 am  

    Highland Falls, New York!!!!!!!! You would get the chance to aid kitties in our area and visit the world’s renowned West Point Military Academy. My husband spent 33 years in the Army there. I myself am in desperate need of your help. I adopted a momma cat and her kitten when we moved off post. The momma was living in the bushes in my back yard. I began feeding her and Thanksgiving morning she brought a kitten onto my porch. I have a problem with my other two cats. They are 2 and one is male and one is female. They took to the kitten but harass the momma. She stays in the upstairs bathroom or bedroom. It got real bad the other day when the male attacked momma and her leg was bleeding. Please help!!!!!!!! I don’t want to give up any of my feline kids! There are many others here that your help! Thanks much!!!!!!!!!!!

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  197. Amy Dedow   April 24, 2013 at 9:18 am  

    We would love to see you in the greater Milwaukee area of Wisconsin. We have a hardcore and passionate cat lover base here. I should know, I own and operate a cat boutique and I am well supported by our community. From showers for kittens to funerals for cats that have left us we are committed to our cats from birth to death. Come and check our great community out!

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  198. Cathy Brisky   April 24, 2013 at 9:23 am  

    Please come to Houston!!!!!!!!!

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  199. Lynn Stoehr   April 24, 2013 at 9:23 am  

    We live in the Phoenix metro area. I think the biggest issue people might have here with cats is that neighbors change frequently – and with that neighbor cats. Abandonment is also a problem here :( People move away and leave their cats behind, making for a significant stray population. They hang out around the homes on their turf and sometimes provoke marking behavior/aggression in the indoor cats.

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  200. Chelsi W   April 24, 2013 at 9:26 am  

    Hi Jackson, There are lots of cat lovers in New Orleans. Have you ever been there? Jackson Square is a sight to see after dark, when the “feral” cats congregate inside the gates after they are closed and locked to the public. We call them “reincarnated hooker cats” because lots of people believe they are the spirits of murdered prostitutes from centuries past. Lots of the local shops in the French Quarter have resident cats who go in and out whenever they please; though the heat usually keeps them in. I don’t live down there anymore but I do miss it. I live in Minnesota now and am a cat foster for one of the rescue organizations up here.

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  201. Maureen   April 24, 2013 at 9:27 am  

    Sarasota, Florida, is a wonderful, wonderful place. We have a fantastic no-kill cat shelter called Cat Depot. They not only take care of the cats in our area but they are dedicated to helping out wherever and whenever needed. They help out with rescues after hurricanes, floods, hoarding situations and many, many more. Please come to Sarasota!!

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    1. Jill   April 24, 2013 at 5:32 pm  

      I can attest to that I met one of their vets and volunteers when I helped with the 700 cat seizure with the aspca in north florida this past year she was so caring and nice! great with the cats and very caring about their mental as well as physical well being:)

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  202. Don Wells   April 24, 2013 at 9:32 am  

    Detroit. Economic conditions are dangerous for cats. Veterinary visits have become low priority. Adoptions are down. People are leaving cats behind in their foreclosed homes. We could use some help through publicity and a better message about cats.

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  203. Heather West   April 24, 2013 at 9:34 am  

    You have visited the New York City area a few times but what about Upstate New York? We live in Potsdam which is kind of on the rural side and is closer to Canada than NYC (as Potsdam is about 5 hours north of NYC). We have 3 cats in residence at our place, one which is relatively new (we think he is part Bengal). He is living in a residence with 2 older cats. We have a lot of cat fights in the house, but we are doing the best we can to avoid injury as much as possible.

    If Potsdam is too rural, there is always the Watertown area.

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  204. Audrey Gaia   April 24, 2013 at 9:36 am  

    Jackson—anywhere is Central California (I live near Modesto). We need more no kill shelters here and also need someone who can stress the need to adopt a shelter cat rather than a pure bred…….and you can meet Medusa and Ruby—my 2 near perfect kitties!

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  205. Angela Culver   April 24, 2013 at 9:36 am  

    Jackson,

    I would like to throw Dallas/Fort Worth into the hat for consideration. We have a lot of very active TNR programs, rescues, etc, but could definitely benefit from your presence, information, & education. It’s a bit of a dichotomy around here sometimes, old school vs new school. The people here all very much care about animals & it’s true that our hearts are as big as our state, but more education about ways to improve things I think would be very beneficial & well received. I volunteer with a big cat sanctuary with a very large following, so I’m sure that we could get you a great turn out. I know I myself have pimped your show to friends, family, coworkers, strangers, etc & have passed on your advice to help quite a few of my friends & their cats.

    Thanks & I hope to see you here soon.
    -Angela

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  206. kendy   April 24, 2013 at 9:40 am  

    someplace in the bay area of CA.

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  207. Kate Rodbro   April 24, 2013 at 9:41 am  

    Minnesota needs you, Jackson. Specifically, St. Paul needs you. We have a huge cat-loving population with problems that can only be described as Minnesotan. Can co-dependence and passive-aggressive jabs be transmitted via cat? That seems to be the common belief, but I think there is more likely than not, something else going on. Minnesota is beautiful in the summer.

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  208. Bridget   April 24, 2013 at 9:44 am  

    Toronto, On, Canada!
    There are 5.5 million people in the Greater Toronto Area.
    Canadian cats love you too, Jackson!

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  209. Gretchen   April 24, 2013 at 9:44 am  

    Please come to Richmond, Virginia! While we do have a reasonable shelter here, (as good as shelters can be, I guess), I have noticed we have a huge “feral” cat problem here too. There are lots of colleges and universities in Richmond and students get cats thinking they will be good owners only to abandon the cat come vacations, summer, and graduation. Also there is a view of “it’s only a cat” when it comes to problems. The population here needs education! And you can start with my 7….we have a ridiculous personality clashes! (I am an ex-rescuer and TNR person who kept the un-adoptable ones).

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  210. Linda   April 24, 2013 at 9:47 am  

    Come to JUNEAU, ALASKA, Jackson! Not only will you get to meet our 13 adopted kitties (8 of them seniors now) (and 2 Great Danes), but we’ll take you fishing for halibut and salmon!

    There are lots of kitties in Juneau ~ all ours came from the local shelter except two that were on their way to an Exotic Shorthair rescue, but we adopted them instead.

    Our kitties get some of the halibut and salmon, too, so they’re VERY happy kitties . . . with their homegrown catnip! ♥

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  211. Janet Carey   April 24, 2013 at 9:50 am  

    Come to Portland, Oregon! We love you here. There are TONS of cat (and dog) loving people here, and your style would fit right in.

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  212. Anna   April 24, 2013 at 9:51 am  

    Hi Jackson, I think you should visit Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Not only will myself and my boyfriend be there, but I also frequently see people from Philadelphia posting comments on your various social networking sites (like Instagram!) begging you to come here. Philadelphia is also easy access for residents of places like New Jersey or New York who can’t make it to the NY date.

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  213. Brandie   April 24, 2013 at 9:53 am  

    Detroit! Cat City!

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  214. Meagan Wedgewood   April 24, 2013 at 9:59 am  

    Jackson, come to Madison, Wisconsin! We are a cat loving community with several rescues, including some dedicated to feral cats and building a No Kill community, like Dane County Friends of Ferals, and a super cool locally-owned and operated store called MadCat dedicated to all things cat! The coolest toys and the best advice about behavior and nutrition, as well as some pretty chill store cats!

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    1. AllieCat   April 24, 2013 at 3:56 pm  

      I second this!

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  215. Julie Porter   April 24, 2013 at 9:59 am  

    I’m firmly in agreement with Angela Culver – please consider Dallas/Fort Worth! We’re a large metropolitan area (two neighboring cities) with a significant rescue and TNR effort, but we could definitely benefit from some education, and your presence would certainly bring attention to this need. I’m caregiver to 8 willful and unique cats, and even though people frequently turn to me for advice, I KNOW that our resources are limited, and I KNOW that you are the true Cat Daddy! Please come help us as we make DFW more animal aware, Jackson!

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  216. juju   April 24, 2013 at 10:05 am  

    sacramento, pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease! we live near the zoo, which has cute baby tigers you could visit after you come over for some lulu time. she’d LOVE to meet you… seriously, all our friends are cat people. we all have issues. we’d love to have the benefit of your expertise in our big small town! cheers.

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  217. Angela Agosto   April 24, 2013 at 10:07 am  

    Hi Jackson,
    First of all you’re my idol :) I think you should come to Philadelphia on your next tour. I go to school at Temple University and work with a faculty member to feed strays around North Philadelphia and get them off the streets and into foster homes. There is a huge stray cat problem in Philly but also tons of cat enthusiasts. Practically every other Temple student has a cat because we constantly encounter friendly cats that have been thrown out by their owners. Locals could really use your advice on how to make their cats comfortable in small apartments and everyone can use advice on how to help with the stray cat problem we have. I truly believe most of the time people don’t mean to be bad pet owners here but they just don’t know what they should be doing and they don’t understand that by allowing your un-neutered/spayed cat to go outside, you are increasing the problem and exposing them to disease as well. We could use your help in so many ways and I know that since so many people have cats here we would be excited to have you in our city. Good luck deciding where to go, I know you have a huge devoted fan base!

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  218. Emi   April 24, 2013 at 10:07 am  

    Come to Cleveland, Ohio! We have a couple of different rescues and shelters here. And lots of cat lovers!

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  219. Clydene   April 24, 2013 at 10:10 am  

    You should go to Atlanta and help my friend Laura Martin with her three cats, Mei-Mei, Frank and Trixie. They have nightly fights that just started out of the blue. She really needs your help. There is also Fur Kids where she volunteers and there is great food and music in Atlanta.

    There is a huge community of comic-book artists with cats there that could use your help!

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  220. Lucy MadCat   April 24, 2013 at 10:12 am  

    Jackson, come visit us at MadCat in Madison, Wisconsin! We’re all about making sure that cats and their caretakers get the best advice and products possible as far as behavior, nutrition, and of course awesome toys. We also foster cats from an area No Kill rescue called Dane County Friends of Ferals. We’re huge fans of your show! We would love to meet you!

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  221. Annette Gaskins   April 24, 2013 at 10:12 am  

    Come to any large book venue in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. We are just teeming with cat people, cat rescues, and such. Check with Barnes and Noble, or one of the public libraries.

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  222. Erin Sanders   April 24, 2013 at 10:14 am  

    California in Marin County
    (close to San Francisco or Berkeley or the Wine Country-Sonoma)
    I WILL bring friends! I SWEAR!!

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  223. Christy   April 24, 2013 at 10:16 am  

    Please come to Cincinnati!

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  224. Jan DeLap   April 24, 2013 at 10:17 am  

    Here’s another vote for Louisville, KY, Jackson. We have all kinds of kitty lovers down here. Also the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) has the region’s only full-time public spay/neuter clinic (S.N.I.P). Since opening in 2007, they’ve provided low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for more than 50,000 cats and dogs. As well, they provide a special feral cat package. KHS has been providing food, shelter, and medical services for more than 125 years. We also have some great horse farms in the area too…wink wink.
    If you’d come for a book signing, I’m sure your new book would sell out in short order, as I’d be the first in line. Having spoken to you on the phone one time, and being an avid viewer of My Cat From Hell, I’d love to meet you in person.

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  225. Brook   April 24, 2013 at 10:21 am  

    Houston, Tx!! Jackson, we need your help!!!

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  226. Martha   April 24, 2013 at 10:23 am  

    Washington DC! We have such a transient community and so many cats are taken to shelters because of moves which is so sad. There are also a lot of busy people who take cats for granted, can’t tell you how often I hear “I have a cat because it doesn’t care if I’m on a business trip. There are some great organizations, including the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria and a holistic pet shop that sells your essences (Pet Sage). Think how much change you could influence in our Nation’s capital!

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  227. Laura   April 24, 2013 at 10:25 am  

    Austin, Texas! We love animals AND music here so I think it’s a perfect fit for Jackson! There are no kill shelters in Austin so our shelters and recuses are filled to the brim (sure we’re not alone in that) so cat guardians here need all the help they can get to keep the kitties in their homes!

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  228. Leilani   April 24, 2013 at 10:25 am  

    Hi Jackson please come to San Diego! It’s only a 2 hr drive from LA and we love cats down here I have 4 of them and man I would love for you to visit my house.I have 2 Savannah Cats and as you know they are crossed with a serval and a domestic cat well they are great but other 2 domestic cats hat them and now the 2 domestic cats hate each other and now are marking in the corners all over our house and the pee has ruined our floors that. I haven’t seen an episode were you dealt with 4 cats that don’t get along maybe this could be the challenge you are looking for :) San Diego has a lot of cats lovers we would be lined up in the thousands to see you! You can’t beat San Diego best weather and we are near the beaches and great nightlife downtown it would be like a mini vacation

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  229. Joy   April 24, 2013 at 10:28 am  

    Pittsburgh, PA would be a great place to stop! We have a place called Homeless Cat Management Team, no kill shelter Animal Friends, no kill shelter White Oak Animal Safe Haven, an Animal Rescue League, and Humane Society. I also care for a stray cat, who’s kittens I found homes for, including keeping one myself. I utilized the Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Program at Animal Friends to get “Mama Kitty” spayed. I am familiar with several people at my church who also care for feral cat colonies in their area. I recently became aware that there was a feral cat colony near my own home, and offered to assist in their care, including cost/transport/help with spay/neuter, shots, and feeding. Finally, my employer, who is on the board of Animal Friends, is also a huge animal advocate, and I regularly receive emails about animals he is trying to find homes for, and ultimately pass on those rescue emails as well.

    I would like to see larger cat sections at the local pet stores, including actual cat crates. When I first brought the stray cats into my home, I needed to keep them separated from my own pets and out of trouble. So they were temporarily homed in a large dog crate. Even the people at the pet stores didn’t know what I was asking for when I requested a cat crate. Additionally, I think there are far too many people who do not take their cats for vet care on a regular basis. Some of these people are the same ones who get their dogs to the vet for their regular visits. Even though my cats are now indoor animals, they require the same care and attention that my dog does! We need to educate!

    Please come to Pittsburgh Jackson!

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  230. HollyB   April 24, 2013 at 10:28 am  

    Come to Jacksonville, FL! We have a lot of cat lovers, 2 cat shows each winter, lots and lots cat ladies who rescue cats and tend feral colonies, and a very successful program to reduce shelter kills. Our local animal control works with First Coast No More Homeless Pets and various rescue groups to move animals out of there. They also all cooperate on multiple giant adoptathons a year where hundreds of pets find new homes.

    Check out their website: http://www.fcnmhp.org/

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  231. Heather   April 24, 2013 at 10:28 am  

    Detroit, MI! To a shelter nearby in Royal Oak, MI, called the Royal Oak Animal Shelter! We have several young cats that weren’t properly socialized as kittens and could use your help to get them adopted and into a forever home!!!

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  232. Melissa   April 24, 2013 at 10:31 am  

    Please consider visiting CLEVELAND, OHIO. Cleveland and its suburbs have a bunch of cats! The communities are trying to work ethically to help control the population and to place cats in wonderful homes. Expect to meet a lot of Cleveland cat lovers! However, not all are cat-savvy, and could use some help understanding cat behavior and proper care.

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  233. CAREN GITTLEMAN   April 24, 2013 at 10:33 am  

    I live in Farmington Hills Michigan which is 34 miles north of Detroit, noooooo you do NOT have to go to downtown Detroit but we have many many wonderful places that you can go to instead!
    As for the “cat loving population?” I am a cat blogger (Cat Chat) and I will blog about it if you come here to my THOUSANDS of followers! AND!! I WILL COOK YOU DINNER!!
    You can meet my hubby, my Sheltie and my tree-dwelling kitty (Cody!!!)
    We would LOVE IT!

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  234. Carol   April 24, 2013 at 10:34 am  

    With around 200 fosters locally just with the rescue I work with, we have some kitty issues for sure and would love learning how to make the kitties happier.

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  235. Marci DeLisle   April 24, 2013 at 10:34 am  

    Seattle, WA!!!! I don’t live in Seattle but am a 30 min ferry ride away. And don’t have any problem kitties but do have 8 kitties (Camp Happy Cat) who are so glued to the TV when you’re on. They would love to meet you and show you how a large group of kitties can cohabitate very peacefully :)

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  236. Rhonda   April 24, 2013 at 10:34 am  

    Come to Utah! Visit the Best Friends people here in Salt Lake and then go to Best Friend in Kanab!

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  237. Nete   April 24, 2013 at 10:37 am  

    I am in NJ, about an hour and a half from NYC, so come to the Big Apple or even better, NJ.

    My family (mostly me) are integrating two cats, where the resident 13 pounder is so scared of the 7 pound “firecracker” newly adopted cat from SCRC – think Bitten and Chompy episode and you got it. We are using your techniques to calm my big boy down, so he can have fun with my little meezer mix with the ringtail.

    So come to NJ, pweeze….

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  238. dave   April 24, 2013 at 10:39 am  

    Please come to Portland, OR!

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  239. Ann   April 24, 2013 at 10:42 am  

    Please come to Toronto, Ontario! Huge population of cat lovers here!

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  240. Rachel   April 24, 2013 at 10:43 am  

    You could easily hit three states and three great towns if you did a little midwest tour of Chicago – Madison – Minneapolis. Great people, beer and cheese curds galore!

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  241. Liz   April 24, 2013 at 10:46 am  

    PITTSBURGH, PA! No doubt! Jackson, if you have never had the opportunity to visit the beautiful city of Pittsburgh, then I highly suggest you take the time to visit! It is, of course, the only city with an entrance. :). WE LOVE CATS HERE!

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  242. Rebecca Pinquoch   April 24, 2013 at 10:48 am  

    Bellingham Washington. We have amazing grass roots spay neuter programs like WESNiP and Tails a wagging has just started feline socialization class. As a community, we have lowered the adoptable cat euthanasia rate by 79% and the unweaned kitten euthanasia rate by 75%. In one year of TNR, WESNiP has managed to drop the feral euthanasia rate by 50%.
    This is a community that rallies around it’s pets in addition to having amazing recreational activities and events.
    The best thing: Socks and sandals are OK everyday.

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    1. Lauren S.   July 10, 2013 at 2:35 pm  

      Seattle, Washington. Our diverse city boasts an incredible feline loving community. Around the city there are frequent fundraisers benefiting the Seattle Humane society, the Seattle Animal Shelter and many other no-kill shelters. The support from our community has made a great impact in our addoption and euthinasia statistics. For example, between April 1, 2012 and February 2013 3,243 cats were adopted. The Seattle Animal Shelter has a stong fostering program which houses pets in need of medical care, that are elderly and when the shelter itself is full. This successful program has saved the lives of many cats. Please come visit our emerald city.

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  243. Brianna C.   April 24, 2013 at 10:52 am  

    Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. There’s many cat lovers here as Kate said, as evidenced by the many independent cat-specific rescue groups around the Twin Cities. :)

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  244. Nancy   April 24, 2013 at 10:52 am  

    Please come to Phoenix, Arizona!

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  245. Liz McNulty   April 24, 2013 at 10:55 am  

    Indiana! We love cats.

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  246. Tammy Comstock   April 24, 2013 at 10:56 am  

    I would love for you to come to the Baltimore, Maryland / Washington DC area. We live in a small city about an hour away from either of these. The city that we live in has a huge feral cat population. It was getting so out of control that the city was able to obtain a $5,000 grant to do as many TNR’s as possible. My mother-in-law has had 14 trapped through this grant, that she is feeding from around the area around her home.

    My daughter and I have rescued approximately 38 feral kittens / cats over the past 5 years just from our yard / neighborhood. We have trapped, spay /neutered, given shots, domesticated, and tried to find homes for as many as possible. We have a large cat family currently in our home as well. Each one has their own unique personality, and definitely leave paw prints on our hearts!! We had an enclosure built on the back of our house for the cats to be able to enjoy the outdoors, but also be sheltered.

    There are also multiple nonprofit organizations for cats in our area, and so many people who love cats. Many individuals help with TNR, or fostering kittens to find homes for them. We would love for you to come somewhere close by so we can meet you, and get some good tips! We love your show!! Thank you for reading this and possibly giving our area this opportunity!

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  247. Deanna   April 24, 2013 at 10:59 am  

    Please come to Canada! Specifically Alberta. The cats of the North need you and their owners more so.

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  248. Breauna Chambers   April 24, 2013 at 11:04 am  

    Wichita Kansas! I’d love for you to visit in Wichita, my mom is a huge fan and she deserves to get to do something special! Plus she’s a huge cat lover and has saved both of her cats with feline lukimia from a no kill shelter and she fosters cats that another local shelter would have normally been put down. She has a huge heart for cats and is always looking for ways to better the shelter she volunteers for. Wichita ks would love a visit from the cat daddy!!

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  249. Marcia   April 24, 2013 at 11:05 am  

    The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, please.

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  250. The Island Cats   April 24, 2013 at 11:05 am  

    Jackson, you have to come to the Mid-West…and in particular, the Detroit area. We’ll show you a good time!

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  251. Abby   April 24, 2013 at 11:12 am  

    Come to Boston!!!!!

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  252. Belinda   April 24, 2013 at 11:14 am  

    Pittsburgh! The home of the awesome Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Penguins! >^..^<

    We have LOTS of cats here that need help. I recently fostered 5 newborn kittens with my sister-in-law after she found them abandoned outside her house from a stray mother who was hit by a car. NONE of the shelters would take them as they were on overload with cats and dogs. The only thing to do was to try and keep all 5 alive by being their mothers. We bottled feed them all, had to clean their bums and eventually teach them how to use a litter box! We took shifts with them for their first 6 weeks.

    I am proud to say that they all lived! They are all energetic and full of love. I kept 2, she kept 2 and the fifth one went to a loving home where her new mommy makes her fresh salmon meals!

    Come see us Jackson!

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  253. Jennifer Serback   April 24, 2013 at 11:16 am  

    I think you should come to Atlantic City NJ. We have wonderful animal rescues that would benefit from your visit. If you come in the summer time, we will many people in the area as we are a tourist attraction.

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  254. Cheryl   April 24, 2013 at 11:21 am  

    MADISON, WI!! It’s like a cat mecca, you will be treated like a rock-star here.

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    1. Bridgett   April 24, 2013 at 12:18 pm  

      Agreed. Madison, WI has a ton of Cat owners and I think this would be beneficial if you stopped by. Got a request from MadCat pet supplies to leave a comment, but even Dane County Humane Society has love for cats.

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  255. christine silverman   April 24, 2013 at 11:22 am  

    Jackson, Massachusetts would be a perfect place to visit! Myself, my husband, mother-in-law, co-workers, and friends all have cats! I live in Acton, about 30 minutes west of Boston. I specifically have a 10-year old Maine Coon cat that is a terrible trouble maker for our other 3 cats – he tries to kill them through chasing and biting. He even bit one of their bellies and caused it to bleed. His life now is spent confined to a separate room or out on a leash connected to a table leg or whatever is available. So sad! I would love to meet you and gain any expertise you have about troubled cats! Boston and it’s suburbs would love you. Plus, with the recent Boston Bombing crisis…I think all of us would love to have a positive, uplifting person like you come share your insight on living with stress and how to manage it best with your family and pets!!!!

    Your cat friend CHRISTINE SILVERMAN

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  256. michelle   April 24, 2013 at 11:22 am  

    Grand Rapids/west Michigan! Lots of cat lovers here:)

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  257. Amanda   April 24, 2013 at 11:22 am  

    Come to Albany, New York! I volunteer as a Cat Care Assistant at the local animal Shelter and we all loveeeeee cats!!! Would love to see you here!

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  258. Rob   April 24, 2013 at 11:22 am  

    Toms River, NJ!! We tried to get in last time you where in NJ but it was sold out. :(

    We have a huge cat loving population around here.. In my complex alone I see cats peeking out of windows all over. My wife and I have 7 (I had 3 she had 3 when we met) and we took in her fathers cat) They all get along great, except the orange one is a bit of a bully to the girls, and is very high needs in terms of attention (play time needed daily) and too smart for his own good.

    We hope to get to meet you this tour!

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  259. Autumn   April 24, 2013 at 11:24 am  

    Come to Louisville, KY!!!! We love cats. I am a volunteer for the KHS cat helpline that helps people solve their kitty miscommunications and keep cats in their homes!

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  260. Cherry City Kitties   April 24, 2013 at 11:25 am  

    Dood! Head out to the Motor City! Detroit not only rocks, but we’re sure there are some hellacious kitties there. Mom says she and dad would road trip from “up north” Michigan to see you and we know there’s a lot of mojo to be had!
    Harry, Dexter and Tipp
    The Cherry City Kitties!

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  261. sue underwood   April 24, 2013 at 11:27 am  

    i would love to meet you and so would my husband. we love cats and take in cats when they are abandon in our area. so please come to bruceville, texas and that’s close to waco, texas or temple, texas. thank you sue

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  262. Diane Guilliams   April 24, 2013 at 11:28 am  

    Please come to Lubock, Texas, Jackson!!! You are my cat daddy hero!! I have watched your show for a long time and have learned so much as far as cat behavior and ways to deal with problems cats sometimes have. I am the cat mommy of 7 little fur kids, 4 boys and 3 girls, and just started reading your book on Kindle! So far I am hooked and cannot put it down. I would love to meet you and give you a huge hug for all the people you have helped with their cat kids so that they don’t have to rehome or worse…GREAT BIG TEXAS HUG!!!

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  263. Joe Anderson   April 24, 2013 at 11:28 am  

    Madison, WI has a great cat scene: tons of cat owners, a number of local rescues including dane county friends of ferals, and even a local chain of stores dedicated to cats called MadCat. You would fit in well here. And if the cat scene doesn’t get you the beer is just as good. :)

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  264. Gabby MadCat   April 24, 2013 at 11:32 am  

    Jackson, come visit us in Madison, Wisconsin! We love our beer, cheese, football… and our cats too! We have several locally owned and operated pet supply stores that would love to host you. We have an amazing rescue community that would love your support too!

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  265. Lynn Barclay   April 24, 2013 at 11:38 am  

    Raleigh, NC – come for the cats, great food and wonderful hospitality

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  266. Alexandra Benner   April 24, 2013 at 11:39 am  

    Minneapolis/St Paul (Twin Cities) area needs your help. The Twin Cities have a lot of nonprofit animal rescue groups that are saving cats, dogs and many furry friends from undeserving fates of over populated high kill shelters. Twin Cities areas have a lot of cat lovers that would love to meow your ear off, that would love to come see you. We have a lot of great places to come visit. Please come visit us in Minneapolis / St Paul, Minnesota. Spring is finally here and we’d love for you to stop in.

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  267. Linzy   April 24, 2013 at 11:41 am  

    Please come to Charleston, SC!

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  268. Christian S.   April 24, 2013 at 11:43 am  

    I would be über happy if you could hit St Louis, maybe even Chicago. I’d totally travel up there to see you. I don’t have any big blurbs about the places or even any interesting stories. But I’m sure you’d have a big welcome and turnout!

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  269. Steph   April 24, 2013 at 11:46 am  

    Madison Wisconsin looooves cats! Great rescues, great cat shopping, and tons of people that would love to meet you!

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  270. Nancy   April 24, 2013 at 11:57 am  

    Kansas City! 2 states in one trip since it straddles Missouri and Kansas.

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  271. Michelle   April 24, 2013 at 11:59 am  

    Hi Jackson! Washingtonians would really appreciate if you would visit Seattle, Washington. We have plenty of no-kill Cat Shelters in Washington State including the “Meow Cat Rescue” and “Seattle Humane Society”. Portland, Oregon would be fine although it will be a long 55-mile drive for cat-loving people of Washington state. But you’ve been to Oregon last year in your 2012 book tour, so please come to Seattle, Washington this time for a change; or any place in Washington state would be okay. Please??????

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  272. Mariesa Jozwiak   April 24, 2013 at 12:03 pm  

    Please come to the Albany, NY area! Although I don’t have a cat that needs your expertise, I’d be happy to adopt one if you’d come and help him/her!! :-)

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  273. Marilyn   April 24, 2013 at 12:03 pm  

    Jackson- pppllleeaassseee come to Missoula, MT! We have a most-deserving non-profit cat shelter here, run by a wonderful staff and dedicated volunteers!! Our Humane Society is, of course, awesome too!

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  274. Lauren   April 24, 2013 at 12:03 pm  

    Califon, NJ

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  275. Terri   April 24, 2013 at 12:11 pm  

    Please come to Sarasota, Florida! Cat Depot is a no-kill, free-roaming, rescue, adoption and education center located in the heart of Sarasota. Cat Depot’s mission is to save lives, find loving homes, and provide the resources and education to improve the destiny of homeless cats. In addition to caring for the 130 cats at Cat Depot on any given day, Cat Depot’s Food Bank supports 14 community cat colonies (over 1,000 cats) in Sarasota and Manatee counties. The facility is supported with the assistance of over 1,400 volunteers who dedicate their time and love to the rescued kitties.
    Sarasota is a beautiful place with an abundance of cat-lovers and homeless kitties who need to find their furr-ever homes.

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  276. Julie   April 24, 2013 at 12:15 pm  

    I wish there was a Cat Census!

    Well, I live on the North Peninsula in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    San Mateo, CA seems to have cat people.

    They are on the Peninsula south of SF.

    San Francisco itself, may have cat people. I heard there are more dogs than kids there so they may have many cats too.

    Hoping you come up this way! There are many no-kill cat rescues that I am sure would love to partner with your tour here :)

    Hope to see you!

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  277. Dayna   April 24, 2013 at 12:15 pm  

    Please come to Shreveport, LA! I know of a few cat lovers here.
    I’m not sure of population, but I know I adopted my cat privately. He was a “free to good home” cat due to his being handicapped.

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  278. Alicemerry   April 24, 2013 at 12:16 pm  

    Come to Portland, OR! Not only do we have lots of cats here and some incredible no-kill shelters, we are also a city of readers who like to curl up with their cats and a good book. Check with Powell’s Books. You’d have a crowd for sure.

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  279. Laura D.   April 24, 2013 at 12:19 pm  

    Hi Jackson,
    As an employee at a cat-based holistic supply store, I know you would be ridiculously well received here in Madison, WI. I work as a pet nutritionist and behaviorist, and know that there are lots of pet owners in this city that could benefit from your infinite kitty wisdom!

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  280. LYNN   April 24, 2013 at 12:21 pm  

    Jackson,
    Buffalo, New York has many cat lovers. It would be a joy for you to stop here.

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  281. Cheryl J   April 24, 2013 at 12:22 pm  

    Hi,
    I would love for you to come to the Land of Lincoln- Springfield, IL. I am the Treasurer of the Forever Home Feline Ranch – we have several sanctuary older cats and we have adoptable cats. Springfield isn’t terribly exciting but we have the ranch and some cool Lincoln sites. There are so many cat lovers in this town and we would love a visit! :)

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  282. Vicki   April 24, 2013 at 12:26 pm  

    Forever Home Feline Ranch Rochester/Springfield Illinois. An awesome no kill shelter that takes in babies to seniors regardless of their health. Fabulous organization and great people :)

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  283. Barbara J   April 24, 2013 at 12:36 pm  

    Hi,
    We would very much like Jackson to come to Westchester County, NY (White Plains). Lots of animal rescue organizations including Pets Alive. So many cat lovers in a very scenic area just north of New York City. We truly hope you’ll consider coming here. BTW, loved your book!

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  284. Peggi   April 24, 2013 at 12:39 pm  

    Please come to Cincinnati!!! We have some of the greatest cat shelters and fans of your show Jackson –

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  285. Katie H   April 24, 2013 at 12:46 pm  

    Kokomo, Indiana! At least to Indianapolis, or Ft. Wayne, but it’d be epic if you were here in town. :D

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  286. Cathy   April 24, 2013 at 12:47 pm  

    Spokane (or even Seatte) WA The weather up here is Great going into Summer and I volunteer as cat socializer at the local county shelter. There are a lot of dedicated hard-working volunteers in the area who do their all to help cats! I have personally transported well over 100 to adoption-guaranteed facilities, fostered multiple adult cats with behavior or medical issues and watch your show all the time to enhance my ability to interact with cats on a daily basis!

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  287. Maria   April 24, 2013 at 12:49 pm  

    Jackson should come to Venezuela, Caracas. I have 2 cats, and they aren’t very normal… I need your help Jackson!!! In this town there are a lot of cats, so his visit would be useful

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  288. Tamara Ervin   April 24, 2013 at 12:51 pm  

    Come to Columbus, Ohio!!! We love you here, and we are cat-friendly!

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  289. Sherri Leopold   April 24, 2013 at 12:53 pm  

    Please come visit the Forever Home Feline Ranch located in Rochester Illinois! FHFR is a cat sanctuary that is home to over 50 cats and is 100% donation funded and 100% volunteer run! We work with many local agencies in central IL and work placing cats for adoption, spay and neuter, fostering, and providing a forever home to those felines that are less adoptable. We have a pet food bank also. We would love for you to see the Forever Home Feline Ranch!

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  290. rebbeca   April 24, 2013 at 12:55 pm  

    Metro-Detroit MI area. Great music awesome cars and wonderful cat advocates! All About Animals is one of my favorite orgs. Their tag line is “No More Homeless Pets”,and are great at gathering large groups of people to aid in their mission. http://www.allaboutanimalsrescue.org/
    Maybe you can visit during the international Woodward Dream Cruise! woodwarddreamcruise.com

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  291. Barbara C.   April 24, 2013 at 12:58 pm  

    Jackson – you must come to Chicago, a cat-loving town. I am a shelter volunteer in suburban Evanston, and we love our kitties! I think you would be welcomed with open arms. I also volunteer at a Chicago food pantry that distributes pet food to familes in need – rather unique, I think. Chicago has many Trap/Neuter/Release programs. COME TO CHICAGO!!!!

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  292. Katelynn   April 24, 2013 at 12:59 pm  

    Jackson,
    Please come to Duluth, MN. We don’t get much love up here in the cold north. We’re even still dealing with winter! Duluth has a great animal shelter with a wonderful team of volunteers, as well as a very nice Barnes and Noble in the mall. Kitties in snow-land want some love too! =3

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  293. Janet Ford   April 24, 2013 at 1:01 pm  

    Hi! I am Front Office Mgr in Spfld, Il’s Holiday Inn Express, a pet friendly hotel.
    I fully support the good works of the gals at Forever Home Feline Ranch, whether taking in abandoned pets, offering vet assistance or operating a food bank to help citizens keep their beloved pets in their loving homes. These ladies work tirelessly to manage cat overpopulation and to place cats in loving homes, giving up all semblance of personal lives to do so. Any promotion of their cause would be fantastic.
    Contact me at hieddspr@gmail.com and I can help you out with rates at IHG hotel properties, regardless!
    Thanks,
    Janet D. Ford

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  294. Cindy Pavusek   April 24, 2013 at 1:02 pm  

    Please come to the Harrisburg, PA area!!!!! We have many cat lovers here. There are also several cat rescues in the area. We also have a huge response to local TNR programs.

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  295. Carrie   April 24, 2013 at 1:02 pm  

    Tulsa, OK lots of cats and their lovers here. Great rescue organizations and I am sure more than a few crazy felines.

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  296. sue scott   April 24, 2013 at 1:04 pm  

    PLEEEEEEEEEASE come to Detroit…..MEOWTOWN not MOTOWN!! It needs a positive jolt to give it a new lease and there are a bazillion crazy cat people nearby waiting to meet you!!!

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  297. Dottie MadCat   April 24, 2013 at 1:05 pm  

    Madison, Madison, Madison, Madison! Come visit Wisconsin’s capitol city! We would love to meet you Jackson! Love the show!

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  298. Chrissy   April 24, 2013 at 1:11 pm  

    Columbus, Ohio please! :) My cat Jasmine agrees. Thanks for all you do for kittehs.

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  299. Dawn Kuhns   April 24, 2013 at 1:15 pm  

    Please come to Southeast Florida- Miami and the great urban sprawl that surrounds it. You will find us full of cat lovers, cat rescues, and in need of help. Our shelters are overrun and Miami-Dade Animal Services operates a shelter with one of the highest kill rates in the country. Our feral populations are widespread. We need to keep every single cat in a home that we possibly can down here. We need help with our cats and mostly we need to spread the word about why cats are such great companion pets.

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  300. Florence Eaise   April 24, 2013 at 1:19 pm  

    JACKSON WE NEED YOU IN NEW JERSEY!!!! The Garden State LOVES cats and boy could we use your expertise in New Jersey! Id love to see and meet you im a huge fan and i would love to pick your brain! I care for a feral cat colony and i have a “cat from hell” named Kimba, she is wat your show was made for she is extremely viscous ive had her for almost 7 years and i havent been able to hold or even touch her since she was 6 months old! we believe her viscousness is fear based and perhaps something happened when we took her to get spayed because the morning we took her to get her spayed was the last time ever we where able to hold or touch her she will attack any person or animal around ive already had to get stitches once in my hand for attempting to pick her up its quite frightening but i wont give up on her and i wont ever stop trying nor will i rehome! Kimba is my responsibility and i wont give up on her ever but id really love your help!!

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  301. Ingrid King   April 24, 2013 at 1:20 pm  

    Anywhere in the Washington DC area! The Conscious Cat will roll out the welcome wagon for you!

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  302. Erin   April 24, 2013 at 1:41 pm  

    Madison is the place to be, Jackson. It is very clear. MadCat folks are urging you on here.

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  303. Graham & Stokley   April 24, 2013 at 1:43 pm  

    MEOWDISON WI PLZ! (that’s madison, in case you didn’t get that). We don’t speak English, we speak cat. So, consider Madison, right meow plz.

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  304. Kristen   April 24, 2013 at 1:46 pm  

    Huntsville, Alabama!

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  305. Pam HootsPhkitty   April 24, 2013 at 1:49 pm  

    Hi, Jackson! I’d love to see you in Las Vegas! My boyfriend and I will have 5 cats living in our home as of this weekend. All the cat who live with us were all once strays who we have spent time getting used to people who will love them. They have all been fixed. We love each and everyone of them! I’d love you to meet all our babies! We are in Las Vegas, Nevada! Hope to see you here sometime soon!
    Pam Hoots

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  306. Mary Hudgins   April 24, 2013 at 2:41 pm  

    Please come to Springfield, IL. We have a number of organizations that help cats and other animals: Animal Protective League (APL); Forever Home Feline Ranch; and Illinois Humane. Sangamon County has made great strides to becoming a no-kill county through the works of these groups and their own group, Friends of Sangamon County Animal Control. APL’s low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic has had a great impact in the region as well as Springfield. If you want to see where things are being done right, mostly, please consider Abe Lincoln’s hometown.

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  307. Bettina Lemmon   April 24, 2013 at 2:49 pm  

    Pittsburgh – residency in Pittsburgh requires a cat-loving purrrsonality!

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  308. Barb   April 24, 2013 at 2:51 pm  

    Hey Jackson,

    “Please come to Baltimore for the Springtime…”

    Barb

    (Guardian of two rescue cats)

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  309. Kate Baker   April 24, 2013 at 3:06 pm  

    Come to Long Island, NY! The Book Revue in Huntington has book signings all the time with big names that draw big crowds. You would be a most welcome addition! Would love to meet you!

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  310. Roni Williams   April 24, 2013 at 3:24 pm  

    ORLANDO FLORIDA!! Jackson you have a huge following here, but we also have a huge problem with cats being dumped in kill shelters. No non-kill shelters that I am aware of either! People here need educated, and may listen to a guy with your charisma!

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  311. Brenda Myers   April 24, 2013 at 3:25 pm  

    Columbus, Ohio would love to see you!

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  312. Natalie Rubens   April 24, 2013 at 3:28 pm  

    G’day from down under Australia, Melbourne. My husband and I love your show and have learnt so much abouts cats. We have all the love in the world for our fur kids but we have a neighbors cat who loves our house too and is stressing out our cats and causing a lot of unhappiness too them both. We have tried everything.. We could do with some help, for we are getting one of the cats now marking inside..

    We have a all the mojo in this house plus many more people would love to see you and learn more about cats!

    Please come and meet our beloved fur kids, Latte and Bailey. They will give you loads of cuddles :)

    Cheers,
    See you down under

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  313. Sam   April 24, 2013 at 3:29 pm  

    Boston would be a great city to visit. All of us in New England can benefit from some feline advice.

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  314. Rose   April 24, 2013 at 3:29 pm  

    New York!!! We have lots o kittiays here!!! There’s one in our pack of four that is misbehavin — our Mitzy. We sure would love to meet you! maybe not Mitzy tho LOL

    >^,,^<

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  315. Sharon   April 24, 2013 at 3:34 pm  

    JACKSON GALAXY SHOULD COME TO MISSOULA, MONTANA!! Please accept our invitation to come to Missoula for the next big AniMeals No-Kill Adoption Shelter event in October of 2013!!!!

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  316. Melanie   April 24, 2013 at 3:36 pm  

    I’m in the rural middle of Florida, but I am in the Tampa Bay area frequently – I vote Tampa Bay – several great cities – Tampa, St Petersburg, Sarasota!

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  317. Bettye   April 24, 2013 at 3:40 pm  

    Please come to Baltimore, Hon!

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  318. anita   April 24, 2013 at 3:41 pm  

    Brooklyn, New York!!! <3

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  319. Jackie Fahey   April 24, 2013 at 3:48 pm  

    Melbourne Australia

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  320. Bonnie   April 24, 2013 at 3:51 pm  

    We would love to have you visit the Land of Lincoln – Springfield, Illinois. Not only could you visit the Lincoln sites, you could also visit the great people at the Forever Home Feline Ranch – http://www.felineranch.org.

    The Ranch is a not-for-profit volunteer animal welfare group. Their mission is to provide every cat in need a forever home, be a sanctuary where cats will have a second chance to live a full life in a no-cage, no-kill environment, and to lead the effort to make Central Illinois a no-kill community by ending euthanasia as a method of controlling feline populations.

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  321. Diane Denessen   April 24, 2013 at 3:53 pm  

    Hi Jackson

    Missoula, Montana-There are so many reasons that I can think of why you should visit Missoula Montana– but there is probably a limit on the amount of information that I can put in this box. You are one of my hero’s not because you are a celebrity but because you are making a difference in way that is unique and is very effective. I primarily foster the sick, broken and abused cats from local shelters. The one thing I see are surrenders for what is perceived as behavioral issues. Because of your show I have learned how to work with these cats. The best part is **it is working** **they are getting adopted**. Often your name comes up in difficult situations and the question is “ What would Jackson do?” I appreciate you sharing some of your shelter experience and the realities of it.

    Missoula is not a large area (110,000 people) compared to LA or any metropolitan area but we are very serious about “No Kill” and working with the cats regardless of their issues. I really believe that if you came to Missoula that it would reaffirm the commitment that we have here to help keep the cats in homes and not in shelters. You would definitely draw a crowd with your visit.

    Keep up the good work—you have a very strong message that I believe is working.

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  322. Shelley   April 24, 2013 at 4:14 pm  

    Meeeeeeeeeeeowzer, Jackson! We’ll roll out the catnip carpet for you!! Everyone in Sarasota,FL (home of the most beautiful beaches in the world) loves you!
    In fact, my mom says you’re the cat’s meow!!
    Run – okay – Fly – to Sarasota!
    See ya dude!
    Simba
    (F1 Bengal)

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  323. Wayne   April 24, 2013 at 4:23 pm  

    I vote for Baltimore/Washington DC area.

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    1. Charlotte   July 23, 2013 at 11:17 am  

      Honey Bunch, Please come to Charleston, S.C.! Lots of cat people here that would love to meet you. Plus, it’s a great place to visit! Love the gift God gave you with cats. My father-in-law always coaxed feral cats to him. The men in his family have what I think is a special pheromone that draws cats to them. My husband can’t even run around our neighborhood without all the cats coming out to be pet! No one believes it until they see it! Our Son and Grand-Son have the gift as well.

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  324. Zara   April 24, 2013 at 4:23 pm  

    Tokyo Japan!! Though I know there won’t be a lot of people posting here, there is a lot of need!!

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  325. Cheri Causey Dooley   April 24, 2013 at 4:39 pm  

    There is a small, rural high kill shelter in Tipton County Tennessee just outside of Memphis where a group of community volunteers working in partnership with the shelter and local rescue groups have begun to drastically decrease the number of animals euthanized. This tiny shelter has no budget for food let alone medical care for the animals and has always relied on donations.

    In the last 5 1/2 months not a single cat has been euthanized – not even the feral cats! Before this ALL FERALS were euthanized. More rescues are working to pull adoptable cats and kittens and a TNR program was begun for the ferals.

    This is HUGE as this is a small community that is a mix of suburbs and rural. Many household pets are NOT spayed and neutered which accounts for the high number of abandoned pets. Many families are lower income and struggle to find affordable vetting for their pets. Recently, the volunteers also began working with a low cost clinic in Memphis and have provided transport for peoples pets so they can be spayed/neutered/vaccinated to help decrease owner surrenders at the shelter.

    This community is working hard to turn this from a high kill shelter to a no kill shelter! We could use your support!

    COME TO TIPTON COUNTY TN and see the great things happening here! The Facebook page for the community volunteers originally started as a few people just trying to take better photos of the pets to help increase adoptions.

    Here is how this volunteer group is advocating for the pets at the shelter:
    1. Started a vaccination program for all animals on intake greatly reducing illness
    2. Partnered with local rescues to help pull adoptable animals before euthanization
    3. Started a TNR program for feral cats (which were all previously euthanized)
    4. Providing transport for local families pets to have access to low cost spay/neutering/vaccinations
    5. Raising money to provide some needy families with free vet care for their pets
    6. A van was donated which is used to transport animals from the shelter to local rescue groups in and outside of the state
    7. Raising money to help pay for gas and other costs for providing transport

    This committed group of people are working hard to improve conditions for the animals at the shelter AND for raising awareness, support and whatever is needed to ensure every animals has the best chance at a quality of life. We’d love your help and support!

    Here is the facebook page of the volunteer group – https://www.facebook.com/PawsandClawsPhotographyTiptonCountyAnimalShelter?fref=ts

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    1. Nancy Haney   April 24, 2013 at 10:24 pm  

      Since I ,couldn’t figure out how to create my own reply I thought I’d just tag along on Cheri’s post & say “C’mon down south & visit us in Tipton County, Tn., Jackson!” Our group of animal advocates would love to share some good ol’ southern hospitality with you, & show you the changes we’re working hard to make at the Tipton County Animal Shelter in Brighton, Tn.!

      I’m sure we can find some really bad kitties for you to do your magic with, too! :)

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  326. Debbie Tlach   April 24, 2013 at 4:52 pm  

    Hi Jackson! Please come ‘Down the (Jersey) Shore’. Lots of cat lovers here…..and Jackson Galaxy fans! (Not to mention My Cat from Hell & Cat Daddy fans!) …have fun wherever you go!

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  327. Laura   April 24, 2013 at 4:54 pm  

    Please come to SARASOTA, Florida and visit the Cat Depot !!!
    It is a free roaming, state of the art, no-kill cat shelter. I’ve fostered kittens for them for the last 2 years and I can’t say enough good things about them.
    Thank you so much for your wonderful show. Your knowledge has helped me in so many instances, both with fostering kittens and with my own adopted fur babies, Luke and Leia. Hope to see you in sunny Sarasota! Meow Meow!

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  328. Kenda   April 24, 2013 at 5:00 pm  

    Come to Madison WI. We love our cats here and would love to see you.

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  329. Jacquelyn   April 24, 2013 at 5:02 pm  

    If you do come to Texas, come visit the biggest metroplex in the state, Dallas/Ft Worth. There are tons of cats lovers here. We are home to Operation Kindness, the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas. There are lots of cat rescue organizations all over the metroplex that are always full. We could use your expertise and advise on how to help more of these sweet kitties find a home. I am sure you would receive an enormous turnout and a warm welcome if you visited us.

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  330. Leisha Moore   April 24, 2013 at 5:11 pm  

    Come to the Central Fla area, Tampa or Orlando

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  331. Nancy Leitsinger   April 24, 2013 at 5:16 pm  

    Kalamazoo, Michigan. We have cat lovers here, and we also have a cat show every year at our fair grounds. We also have people who don’t believe their cats should be inside when it is snowing. Spayed and neutering needs lecturing too. My husband and I have taken in 11 cats, and we spoil them. We love them, and they are great! Please come here for a visit and a lecture!

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  332. Kerri   April 24, 2013 at 5:16 pm  

    Flower Mound, TX, we would love to meet you and we have many cat parents that need your help!

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  333. Melanie Dinham   April 24, 2013 at 5:19 pm  

    Come to Fargo, ND Jackson. You can meet Corky the Cradle Cat from CATS Cradle Shelter and have a good talk with that deviant Plato over at the Humane Society Fargo-Moorhead. We have a strong animal loving population in town and an event like this would likely draw people in from surrounding areas in MN and ND like Minneapolis.

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  334. Carl   April 24, 2013 at 5:37 pm  

    Cape Cod! We have a Maine Coon that just turned 3 and all the Vets say “He is a MONSTER and just put him away”. On Prozac and still gets into attack mode.
    Love those Quarantine signs the Dog Officer hangs out.

    We love him dearly!!!

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  335. Jeff   April 24, 2013 at 5:38 pm  

    Minneapolis!!! We love our cats as they help keep us warm through the long cold winters. They love staring at fires and cuddling up on their fleece cat beds. Love the show and cannot wait to read the book. I never loved pets until my wife to be introduced me to her cats and now I’m hooked. Minnesota is not fly over country, we love our cats and celebrate with the Internet Cat video film festival. Look forward to meeting you! PS, its almost 50 degrees now and 77 this weekend.

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  336. Christy   April 24, 2013 at 5:42 pm  

    Please come to the DC Metropolitan Area! We have it all: Urban, suburban and rural. Many folks could benefit from your experience and insights! We need the Cat Daddy!

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  337. Shelby Frank   April 24, 2013 at 5:43 pm  

    Abilene, TX!

    Our animal shelter, Rescue the Animals, could really use the help in spreading the word about loving kitties that need to go to good homes!

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  338. Linda Moran   April 24, 2013 at 5:54 pm  

    Please, please,please come to Tipton County, Tennessee. We are a small volunteer group called Paws and Claws trying to help the high kill animal shelter become a NO KILL shelter. Loads of support and we are doing a tremendous push to spay/neuter the feral population and stop the over population of kitties galore! You could bring national attention to this small shelter and the wonderful people trying to help them.

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  339. Joyce W   April 24, 2013 at 6:28 pm  

    Phoenix or Glendale, Arizona!

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  340. Rachelle   April 24, 2013 at 6:28 pm  

    We would love to see you in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area!

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  341. Jennifer   April 24, 2013 at 6:51 pm  

    I’d love to see you stop by New Hampshire…. but even the Boston area would be great! I wanted to see you the last time you were in the NJ area, so a little closer would be wonderful!
    I admire all that you have done for the benefit of our feline friends… a very sincere thank you!

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  342. Jennifer   April 24, 2013 at 7:00 pm  

    Seattle
    Many condos being built downtown and in neighborhoods the city requires developers n to build retail at street level with residential on top. Increasing urban density for people means more cats in need of your mojo! Plus you could probably meet Henri ^_~

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  343. Deena Weiss   April 24, 2013 at 7:13 pm  

    Come to the Plilly area, south Jersey- Cherry Hill, perhaps? I love your show- you gave me great tips on introducing new adoptees to my cat family- 3 new male cats and they all get along like the 3 musketeers

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  344. Kirra kyte   April 24, 2013 at 7:18 pm  

    Jackson, we would love a visit from you here is central Queensland, Australia!

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  345. Denise Kovecs   April 24, 2013 at 7:21 pm  

    I would LOVE for Jackson to come to Seattle!!! I volunteer at the Regional Animal Services of King County and South County Cats. There are so many people here that need his help with behavioral issues. It breaks my heart when adoptive parents bring their cat back to the shelter after just a day or two. If they had the right information on how to introduce these cats into a new home (with kids, cats, dogs, etc..) they would be able to keep their new family member, and everyone would be happy! It is so heartwrenching to see a cat that finally found their forever home, only to be back in a cage within such a short time. With Jacksons help, he could virtually eliminate those problems!
    PLEASE Jackson, come to Seattle! We are located about 20 miles south of downtown.
    OUR CATS NEED YOU!!!!
    Sincerely ,
    Denise

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  346. Christi Berkenfield   April 24, 2013 at 7:52 pm  

    Central Florida,Winter Haven.Alot of cats here.

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  347. Sue Paduano   April 24, 2013 at 7:56 pm  

    I would dearly love it if you came to the Boise Idaho area!
    I live in Ada County, outside Boise by about 20 minutes. There are many many cat lovers here and I am someone who could really really use your help. I had 3 cats (Cinnamon Toast, Henry and Olivia) and when my Mom passed away in February 2012 I inherited her cat, Chloe. Chloe is a Maine Coon and is the mother of my kitty Olivia. Three cats in the house was fine but adding another who is female, who is another strong personality and who also wants to be attached to my side has really thrown a wrench into our kitty home. It’s been over a year and Chloe is still on the bottom rung. Would love a consultation!

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  348. Ronda   April 24, 2013 at 7:59 pm  

    Jackson, another vote for Springfield, IL and the Forever Home Feline Ranch. I am a volunteer for the ranch and they do awesome work for the kitties. I know the ranch and all their volunteers would love to meet you and I’m sure there are plenty of cats that could use your help. Love your show!

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  349. Inna Larsen   April 24, 2013 at 8:21 pm  

    We would love for you to come to Madison, Wisconsin. I am the tame adoption coordinator for Dane Co Friends of Ferals and an informal cat behavior problem solver. A lot of returns can be worked out with the right behavior tools and we definitely could use more tips and advice!

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  350. Val Bate   April 24, 2013 at 8:26 pm  

    PLEASE come to Seattle! Huge population of cat owners/lovers! We need your help!

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  351. Tjasa   April 24, 2013 at 8:35 pm  

    Gainesville, FL! Miami is huge, but majority of Floridians live FAR from it. North Central Floridians (cats and humans) want to see Jackson Galaxy, too!
    Gainesville is a hip student town with much love for cats. UF’s famous Operation Catnip (T-N-R program) has been around since 1988. We have a local cat furniture business, many holistic veterinarians, earth pet markets, and innumerable pet rescues to mention a few feline amenities :)
    You’ll love Gainesville, FL, Jackson! Perhaps you’d like to check out downtown Bo Diddley’s Plaza, too…
    One way or another, North Central Florida is too far from Miami – in miles and spirit. Please come closer.

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  352. Erica Thiel   April 24, 2013 at 8:45 pm  

    WI, Madison!

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  353. Jenelle   April 24, 2013 at 8:54 pm  

    Seattle area! We have more than one cat only shelter in the area including the 4th largest no-kill in the country. And many TNR groups.

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    1. meg   April 25, 2013 at 1:59 am  

      yeah

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  354. Gabby   April 24, 2013 at 8:54 pm  

    Another vote for Madison, Wisconsin! At our local store MadCat, the cat is king! We work hard to provide the best advice for cats and their people, and we are always hearing from customers that they too are huge fans of your show! We would be thrilled to meet you!

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  355. Heather West   April 24, 2013 at 9:02 pm  

    Hi Jackson,

    I wrote earlier today and mentioned a location but did not mention places to visit around my area. I live in Potsdam, New York which is about 5 hours north of New York City. I know that you mentioned metropolitan areas so I guess Watertown would fit this (Watertown is about 2 – 2.5 hours south of Potsdam). In Potsdam, we have the Potsdam Humane Society. They just expanded and renovated the shelter in town and are still in the process of trying to pay off the project while continuing to take in unwanted pets. The shelter has always had a high number of cats that need homes and could use all the help that they could get. I know that there are a lot of animal lovers in Potsdam. If Potsdam is too rural for your liking Watertown is a bigger city. I mentioned earlier that my husband and I have 3 cats, they are all rescues. The newest edition to our family is Indiana (Indy), who we think is part Bengal. He is about a year old which is a big difference from our other 2 cats (a tuxedo – Jasper 9 yrs. and a calico – Critter 13 yrs). Jasper and Indy get along pretty well but Critter and Indy fight most of the time. We would appreciate it if you could make it up this way, we are avid watchers of your show! Thank you for your consideration,
    Heather

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  356. Amy   April 24, 2013 at 9:13 pm  

    Madison, WI would love to have you!! We have lots of great people here helping kitties. Lots of great groups, including a few that are cat-specific, Dane County Friends of Ferals and Angel’s Wish, as well as other shelters and rescues. No matter where you go, I would love to convince more people to adopt adult cats–especially seniors! They languish in shelters and so many are euthanized before anyone adopts them. If more people felt like they had the skills to integrate another cat into their household, perhaps more households would adopt another cat. We have six, which is really our limit, but I wish I could help more. Thanks for making owning cats cool and showing you can modify cat behaviors and keep pets instead of tossing them away! Go Jackson!!

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  357. Brenda B.   April 24, 2013 at 9:40 pm  

    Hi Jackson – Please visit the Forever Home Feline Ranch in Springfield, IL. We are a cat sanctuary and would welcome your expertise to help our many sanctuary cats live a more enriched life. The Central Illinois area is home to many, many cat lovers and cat supporters. Hope to see you!

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  358. Jillian Cori Lippert   April 24, 2013 at 10:04 pm  

    We’d love to have you visit Madison, WI. It’s definitely a city with a love of cats. We’re pretty funky here and I think you’d love State Street. I love your show. I just got a message from a cousin asking what to do about her cat who is peeing inappropriately. I passed on information I learned both from my own experience with the problem and what I learned from your show. I wish your show has been around when my Phoenix was still alive. We wouldn’t have had to live with the problem so many years. Keep up the great work!

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  359. Carol Ann Matuszewski   April 24, 2013 at 10:25 pm  

    New York, New York! What a (cat from) hell of a town! ;-) New York is your hometown, too! Come back home! Actually, I hail from Brooklyn, NY, part of the NYC metropolitan area, in Bay Ridge, to be exact! There are a lot of people in my neighborhood who do cat rescue, take care of feral cats, and foster special needs cats, as well! One of my best friends does all three, and I have given her a special mug which nominated her as Cat Mother of the Year, which, in my opinion, she deserves! From my cat sitter, she became my cat confidante, cat friend, and cat advisor! Brooklyn also has a lot of independent book stores, especially in Park Slope, which is near to me! You wouldn’t believe how many cat people with whom I have spoken who, once I mention My Cat From Hell, know all about your show, and watch it religiously like me. . .I have learned so much from you about cat behavior, and I am a big fan of your Spirit Essences because, speaking from experience, they do work! I would love to be able to meet you and shake your hand, and tell you in person how great I think you are, and I would love to bring my friend Marge with me to meet you, too! Please come to the NYC metropolitan area and meet all of your cat loving fans here!

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  360. Anna   April 25, 2013 at 12:27 am  

    Try something different – New Zealand! One day I hope. :-)

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  361. meg   April 25, 2013 at 1:58 am  

    Seattle, Cat Daddy, Seattle

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  362. Tyler Abramson   April 25, 2013 at 2:47 am  

    Come to Cumming, GA. There is an awesome humane society here as well as many cat specific veterinarians and locally owned pet stores that cater to cat needs. Plus, you can help my Tonk brothers keep it PG when they play. :)

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  363. Sara   April 25, 2013 at 3:26 am  

    Dunedin, New Zealand – it’s always worth a try…..

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  364. Jody Bearman   April 25, 2013 at 4:46 am  

    My family (and community!) would love to have you come to Madison, WI! We absolutely love your show, especially as you use techniques that I, as a holistic veterinarian, promote for the best health and welfare of the cats (and of their people). Your show makes my children and I so happy, especially as they also are extremely attached to cats and use your techniques naturally. Our community would benefit so much! We have many rescue agencies (Angel’s Wish, Dane County Friends of Ferals, Humane Society, + more) that rehome cats and would really benefit from your advice with these cats. Thank you so much for what you do!

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  365. JoAnn   April 25, 2013 at 5:52 am  

    Baltimore-Washington Metro Area. We love cats!

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  366. Lisa   April 25, 2013 at 5:56 am  

    Please come to Madison – Madison has a wonderful dedicated cat lovers population. There are stores devoted just to cat merchandise. And there is a wonderful group of folks – Dane County Friends of Ferals – that take cats from surrounding areas and rehome them. 100% no kill of healthy animals. They have set up adoption centers inside local businesses. Lots of animals that were ill treated or half-feral being tamed and given wonderful homes. These animals have behavioral challenges and their owners could benefit from your expertise. I personally have a cat I raised from a 3 day old kitten that is very affectionate but will scent mark everywhere. He is so confused and I have no idea what to do with him.

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    1. Lisa   April 25, 2013 at 5:58 am  

      PS: Dane county is a mid size city surrounded by country. Lots of wild populations filling the cities.

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  367. Sammy   April 25, 2013 at 6:12 am  

    Hi Jackson,

    We need your help in Chicago. We have 2 (larger) male cats, Rambo is 16, and Charlie is 11. In January we adopted another 5 year old male cat, Frankie, to save him from going to a shelter. Our original 2 boys got along wonderfully, but since Frankie came into our house it has been very stressful. Stressful to the point of both Rambo and Charlie having to go to the emergency vet earlier this week. Charlie is always afraid and on the lookout for Frankie. It is odd that Charlie is afraid of Frankie as he is a 22 lb. not timid guy.

    Frankie is a real sweetheart with people, but does not know how to be part of a family. He was an only cat in a household with a dog and young children and was not socialized to be part of the family. Our boys are with us always, but Frankie cannot understand how to be a peaceful and loving member of our pride. He is possesive and territorial and he is trying to establish our home as his where he is king. We haven’t had real cats fights yet (thankfully) but Frankie and Charlie charge each other and it has created so much stress for our cats and us since we got Frankie.

    I love my boys, but we must get through this rough patch in order to be able to keep Frankie in our cat loving family.

    We hope you will consider coming to Chicago.

    Sammy

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  368. Yukon   April 25, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    Ok, I’ll be real Jackson, my name is Yukon and I’m a dog. But my Mom really wanted me to post on your page to ask you very kindly if you would please come to Madison, WI. We have great programs going on here to help the cats of Madison. MadCat is a great place, my Mom brings me treats from her job all the time, and they are really doing great work for the feline community! So, even though I’m just a giant Great Pyrenees, I’d love to see you too.

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  369. Mandy   April 25, 2013 at 7:16 am  

    First off, my vote goes for Whitewater WI or even Madison WI. I volunteer with 2 organizations one cat shelter/rescue, and one feral cat TNR program. With Whitewater being a college town, we have a huge stray and feral population. I have had 2 of my feral cats caught in suffocating traps, and one burned in a fire, all because the people are ignorant…All my ferals have the ear tips, but most people don’t realize that means they are fixed and have vaccinations, the do horrible things to them. My cat that got burned in the fire, I was able to catch, and save. Now i have to acclimate a feral cat to a house!! Education is desperately needed here. Also the shelter i volunteer at is very small, back room of a store, which means most of our cats are caged all day. I have been very lucky at breaking cage addiction with some but we have a few problem children that i can’t seem to convince to come out and be social. Also we are in desperate need of catification because we do have such limited space…….Jackson, we need your help!!

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  370. Sarah   April 25, 2013 at 7:16 am  

    Potsdam, NY, has a great humane society. There is a large population of cats in this area and they are always fully loaded. My godmother has the cat from hell. I call it the attack cat. If you ring her door bell, it jumps at the door and tries to scratch you through the glass. When you walk in it attacks your feet. It is one seriously spoiled and vicious cat. It could definitely use some help, if there is any help for it. Don’t get me wrong…I have 5 cats that I adore, but this is one messed up cat.

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  371. Karen Oliver-Paull   April 25, 2013 at 7:20 am  

    Please come to Fort Mill, SC, we have a great number of people and kitties with problems in this area, myself included. As I type this my 12 year old cat, Sophie, is sitting somewhere under my chair growling at all the other kitties. Normally she does time share with Bubble and Squeak, but she was hiding under my chair when my husband left for work and he couldn’t get her out. The fourth cat in the family, Seiti is only staying away from trying to kill her becaus Bubble doesn’t like Seiti more than she doesn’t like Sophie. I’ve had as many as 7 happy cats at one time before so I’m totally bewildered with these four.

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  372. Leticia   April 25, 2013 at 7:38 am  

    Come back to Colorado! We miss you! You know we love our cats out here. :D

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    1. Jennifer   May 19, 2013 at 12:44 pm  

      Yes, I would love to see you come to Denver!

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  373. Charron Parola   April 25, 2013 at 7:45 am  

    Jackson, We’d love you to come to Eastern Pennsylvania, including the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre PA metropolitan area and the Pocono Mountain Area !

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  374. Janet   April 25, 2013 at 7:58 am  

    I’m sure Anderson, SC is out of the question – we are too small – but anywhere near Greenville, SC, Atlanta, GA, or Charlotte NC is not too far away, even Columbia SC!

    There are tons of cat lovers around and I need your book! We have one “cat from hell” ourselves that we have just decided has always been a little crazy, but we still love her to pieces. She has never liked the fact that I took her man away … When I first met my future husband he and I were sitting on the sofa enjoying each other’s company when I looked down and there was a pile of poo at my feet. I knew I was in for a long haul with this Maine Coon mix (always wanted one and will still want one when Mystique is gone). First time we went on vacation together I came back to a pile of poo in my flipflops in the closet. She still has never really let me pet her much, even after six years. I love cats and have 2 more that are amazing furbabies so know it’s just Mystique … she is unique!

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  375. Kayla Marie   April 25, 2013 at 8:38 am  

    Jackson, please come to Portland, MAINE! Did you know that Maine has the second highest number of cat owners in the country? There are many great cat rescues here and we all love our cats! We would love to have you! Maine always gets left out, please give us a chance!

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  376. Adriann   April 25, 2013 at 9:24 am  

    Jacksonville FL!!!

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  377. Niki Mattson   April 25, 2013 at 9:24 am  

    Oh, come to the Twin Cities! I think the snow is all gone now, so you’d be safe. I can’t drive, but I would definitely take a bus, or even walk to any place in the metro area if you came!

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  378. Barbara   April 25, 2013 at 9:33 am  

    Jackson, we’d love to see you in Seattle and environs. MEOW Cat Rescue in Kirkland, WA, could use your behavioral expertise with several senior cats who have been returned to the shelter. Please add “Kirkland, WA” to your list of possible visits!

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  379. Ann   April 25, 2013 at 9:56 am  

    Dallas, Texas! I volunteer for a rescue group, and we would love to have you visit us. We rescue most of our cats from a local shelter, but also take in cats that are owner surrendered. All our volunteers love your show!

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  380. Brenda Sours   April 25, 2013 at 10:23 am  

    Oregon Coast, Tillamook county
    Im a foster mom, trapper, facebook manager for United Paws of Tillamook, we are 501 3 C organization promoting spay/neuter.

    We have no shelter for cats in this county, so we are into rescue, adoptions as well and run across every type of cat and problem you can think of! We have taken training classes even learning how to tame ferals to get them a chance at a better life.

    What a dream it would be to just have you speak for us and let us ask questions!!! You could help hundreds of cats with just that! We have our kitties in foster homes and would love even more tips to make things as peaceful cat happy place as possible.

    I personally admire and enjoy your show very much and hope to meet someday!
    Thanks!
    brenda

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  381. Janet   April 25, 2013 at 10:24 am  

    I watch your show a lot! It helped me get some ideas of how to get my new cat and old cat used to each other. They were having lots of problems at first. Both were adopted, two years apart, from Angel’s Wish in Verona, Wisconsin! I think you should come to the Madison, Wisconsin area and visit the wonderful Angel’s Wish. By the way, the old cat seems to have mostly lost (through much intervention and effort on the humans) her urge to kill the new cat whenever he dared to appear in her line of sight. I tried ideas that I learned from your show! I would DVR the shows and go back and watch them when the cats weren’t around. The hissing from the cats on the show seemed to make old cat even more determined to kill new cat.

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  382. Tanya   April 25, 2013 at 10:32 am  

    Please stop in the Madison WI area. LOTS of great animal (cat) rescue organization!! Stop in and check on Angel’s Wish. Such a great organization with a wonderful story!

    We hope you consider a stop in Wisconsin!

    Bear, Boo, Scary and Calico

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  383. Hali   April 25, 2013 at 11:02 am  

    We’d LOVE to have you visit the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. I’m in Denton (about 30-45 minutes north) and I know TONS of cat lovers that would love to come out and see you. I work at an animal hospital, and you have countless fans around here. We’d love to see you in Dallas, Fort Worth, or Denton!

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  384. cindy   April 25, 2013 at 11:20 am  

    Jackson-Come to Sarasota FL
    We have many, many cat rescues and sanctuaries and shelters and free and feral spay and neutering clinics. We are all anxiously waiting…

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  385. Nicole Stevens   April 25, 2013 at 11:24 am  

    Please make a stop with the fantastic people at Azrael’s Place: https://www.facebook.com/azraels.place?hc_location=stream

    They recently organized a shelter rescue for me. A gorgeous, senior black male (12 years) called Shadow was on death row and, through their Facebook postings, I was able to say “Yes, I will take him!”

    Even though I am in Madison, WI and they are in Chicago, IL, they, without hesitation, got to work. They found a volunteer to pick him up, made arrangements for fostering, vet care, and transported him to my door in a matter of days. They even waived his adoption fees, as I’m in a bit of a money crunch, myself. 3 weeks into this adoption and I’m pleased to say he is settling in beautifully with my other 2 cats (female, 13. 1 a feral rescue, the other with developmental disabilities). He is very happy here.

    What is extraordinary to me is that the folks at Azrael’s continue to email, asking for updates on Shadow, wanting how he is, etc. I’m happy to oblige and am grateful to them for all that they’ve done for this beautiful cat.

    They lost part of their facilities in the recent flooding and have been working non-stop to place the cats into foster care during the cleanup. This while continuing to keep up with the listings in area shelters. This puts an obvious crunch on an already strained budget. Any attention they could get to help them in their efforts would be fantastic. They really are lovely, dedicated people and deserve a bright spotlight shone upon them.

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  386. Jennifer   April 25, 2013 at 11:51 am  

    How about Seattle? We love our cats out here and it’s a real “Cat Daddy” kind of town.

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    1. Stacy Emmons   April 27, 2013 at 9:54 am  

      I second Jennifer!!

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  387. Kari Grass   April 25, 2013 at 12:16 pm  

    Washington, DC! We love cats and love you!

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  388. Larissa Boyd   April 25, 2013 at 12:38 pm  

    Memphis!!! Memphis is perfect because it would combine your 2 favorite things–cats and music! Memphis is the home of the House of Mews, and aabout an hour away in Somerville is a very special place–The PurrEver Ranch Sanctuary. This is a home for senior or disabled cats who would not have a home otherwise. They call it a “pawspice for senior kittizens and home for wayward pussycats”…you would LOVE this place! They won’t turn anyone away. Please consider Memphis…we would welcome you with open arms, open paws, and lots of music and BBQ nachos!! :)

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  389. Lynzin   April 25, 2013 at 1:24 pm  

    Jackson! Sarasota, Florida is the place to stop on your book tour. The city is full of crazy cat lovers and many animal rescue organizations, not to mention Siesta Key Beach is ranked the #1 beach in the world for its whitest sand. Of note, you just HAVE to check out Cat Depot, a cat rescue and adoption center. It is state of the art with over 800 amazing volunteers logging in 18,000+ hours a year. Cat Depot had close to 900 adoptions last year. It has been rumored that the Cat Depot staff is required to watch Cat from Hell as their homework!! Their favorite show!! You have a HUGE following in Sarasota, Florida. The cats and kittens are waiting for YOU.

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  390. karen   April 25, 2013 at 2:14 pm  

    We would love for you to visit Missouri, we have 4 cats and 2 of them are Siamese brothers and THE most adorable.

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  391. niki   April 25, 2013 at 2:47 pm  

    looks like you can go every where but please come to greenfield wi, when you stop in at chicago we are just a little north <@:) ty

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  392. Mandy   April 25, 2013 at 2:52 pm  

    Please come to Boston! We love our kitties here in New England!! Great shelter programs in the Boston area – we could use some support and feline education assistance!

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  393. Stephanie   April 25, 2013 at 4:03 pm  

    I vote Madison Wisconsin. Plenty of cat lovers plus great food and drinks for the humans.

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  394. Morty   April 25, 2013 at 4:22 pm  

    Hit us up in Madison, Wisconsin! There are a ton of cool cats who could use your help as well as several rescues and pet supply stores who would love to host you!

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  395. Nikki   April 25, 2013 at 4:24 pm  

    Yeah, Madison! Where else could you find a store dedicated to just cat stuff! Seriously!

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  396. Mary harper   April 25, 2013 at 6:37 pm  

    Help us in Houston!!!! I have 5 cats, including one blind kitty. She’s a wonderful kitty but the others hate her. Lots of strife in the house now. My husband died 11 months ago and one cat is still mourning him. And somebody is pooping in my family room. Things feel very out of control.

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  397. Jennifer Lamb   April 25, 2013 at 7:12 pm  

    Come to Madison, Wisconsin! We have several shelters and rescues working together to establish a no kill standard. Dane County Friends of Ferals is a cat-only shelter that performs low-cost TNR and spayathons. We also take in cats labeled feral at other shelters and give them as long as it takes to either become friendly housecats (80%) or find them a safe and loving outdoor home, usually as barn cats. We’re proud to provide organic rodent control to Wisconsin’s beautiful rural areas.

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  398. Becky R   April 25, 2013 at 7:15 pm  

    Madison Wisconsin! In addition to all of the other fantastic cat resources we have in Madison that other people covered (shelters and rescue groups, holistic pet supply stores, etc) we have the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. The school has an active Feline Club, Behavior Club, and Shelter Medicine Club (among many others) who would be very excited to hear you speak!

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  399. Jill L   April 25, 2013 at 8:06 pm  

    Jackson and crew! Some of your biggest fans volunteer at the Cats Cradle Shelter in Fargo, ND. And more of your fans are regular visitors to socialize the cats and support the shelter.

    The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo area has three pounds and three cat rescue groups (including CCS) who work closely together and have virtually eliminated the euthanasia of adoptable cats in our communities (down from 400-700 cats killed per year prior to 2012).

    We see our fair share of interesting feline behavior, and we’d appreciate your insight.

    We’d be tickled pink to welcome you to Fargo, if you’ll come this far north!
    We love the Cat Daddy!

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  400. lora   April 25, 2013 at 8:20 pm  

    come to fargo, nd, a lot of cat lovers here, plus we have corky!

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  401. Angela Crook   April 25, 2013 at 8:23 pm  

    Memphis, TN!!!! Home of the Blues & BBQ. Very cat friendly!!!

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  402. Jackie Lang   April 25, 2013 at 8:47 pm  

    Hi Jackson,
    I would love it if you would come to Fargo, North Dakota. My state is off the beaten path for celebrity visits. We have many cat lovers here, but also many people who could use an education on why animals are not things to be discarded. I volunteer at Cat’s Cradle Shelter in Fargo and we have a few cats that could use your special help. One is Ripley who was near death when he came to our shelter. He doesn’t like other cats and has to live in the kitchen. He can be very sweet and enjoys being petted, but sometimes he turns and just bites really hard. He also bites at your legs when you walk by. He is declawed and cannot live on a farm, and I worry about him.
    A visit from you, would give our little shelter some much needed publicity and help showcase the many kitties we have up for adoption. Cat’s Cradle shelter has partnered with a couple other local rescues and has made a huge difference in our area for the number of cats being euthanized. Come visit us, we would love to see you.

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  403. Andy Magerski   April 25, 2013 at 8:49 pm  

    Jackson come to Fargo, ND. You hve a lot of fans here and you could meet Corky the Cradle Cat. A lot of people here love your show, including me, my wife and our cats.

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  404. Heather H   April 25, 2013 at 9:02 pm  

    MUST VISIT FARGO, ND! I first must tell you that I fell in love with a little kitty with twisted legs. I ran across this story on Facebook and immediately knew I had to like their Facebook page. I looked forward to reading every up and down story about this little cat named Corky. If you go to Catz Cradle on Facebook you can read all about this little cat. What inspired me the most where the people that own and operate this shelter. The are always taking in new cats that are abandoned or strays that someone might have found on the side of the road. These people never say no to any cat. They provide the best medical treatment to these cats and I admire all that they do. If I lived there I would be a permanent volunteer at that shelter. So much heart and pride goes into this shelter and these cats and I believe that these cats and people deserve the best. I love this shelter so much that when I leave Alaska I am making a stop at this shelter to get my new addition from Catz Cradle. I hope that you will really consider going to Fargo, ND to meet a great group of people and amazing cats.

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  405. SujaAndersen   April 25, 2013 at 9:12 pm  
    1. Heather H   April 25, 2013 at 9:21 pm  

      Thank you for posting the Facebook link to the shelter. I didn’t know how to do that! : )

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  406. Dessia Williams   April 25, 2013 at 9:13 pm  

    MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE!! Birthplace of Rock and Roll and we love our kittehs here!! We have several great rescue organizations, the House of Mews and Purrever sanctuary (for older cats) Memphis is the biggest city in Tennessee, with a population of about 700,000 you are sure to find all kind of cat lovers!! While you are here enjoy some of our great BBQ and cruse on over to Beale St and check out our R&B!! You must see the Memphis Zoo on your trip as well!! You will LOVE cat country!!!! Hope to see you soon!!!!.

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  407. kathleen   April 25, 2013 at 9:33 pm  

    Dallas, Texas!!!!! or Austin!! Id drive 3 hours to see you!!! (thats not creepy is it??lol) I have two lovely babies who love to watch your show with me. and i know a few other cat lovers who would love to meet you!

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  408. RaShea   April 25, 2013 at 9:45 pm  

    Phoenix or Tempe, AZ! We have a lot of cat luvers that would be gracious to meet and listen to you. Come, COME, Come!

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  409. Jen   April 25, 2013 at 9:47 pm  

    Come to Fargo, ND! We have the most amazing shelter EVER…Cat’s Cradle!

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  410. Unette   April 25, 2013 at 9:47 pm  

    Mad City! It would be great to have you visit Madison! Hope you make it your next stop!

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  411. Marsha Grindahl   April 25, 2013 at 10:05 pm  

    Jackson… Please come visit Fargo, ND. I love your show, as many of my friends do also. You will want to visit Cats Cradle. The best cat rescue in Fargo. Saving many cats that would normally be put down. You could help raise more awareness to rescue. We would LOVE for you to come to our wonderful town. Looking forward to seeing you in Fargo, ND

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  412. Tami Kannenberg   April 25, 2013 at 10:08 pm  

    I had the pleasure of meeting Corky at Cat’s Cradle Shelter in Fargo ND. They do a wonderful job rescuing cats and have saved many lives. I think they have a cat that could use your help. If they got more publicity, Corky and the shelter might encourage other shelters to become no-kill or partner with rescue groups that do no-kill. Also, a visit to the Red River Zoo in Fargo could give the Palla’s Cat much needed publicity. The Palla’s is an endangered small wild cat. Tigers and lions get lots of publicity about the need to save them, but small wild cats don’t. Many people have never even heard of a Palla’s Cat. I think both Cat’s Cradle Shelter and the Palla’s Cat would benefit from your visit.

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  413. Candace   April 25, 2013 at 10:31 pm  

    My cat is perfectly well-behaved, but my vote is for Philadelphia!

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  414. Jill Amabile   April 26, 2013 at 4:49 am  

    Cat’s Cradle Rescue/shelter In Fargo would benefit greatly from a visit with you.They save lives you turn lives around.There couldn’t be a better match in the Galaxy !!!

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  415. Carol Stefonek   April 26, 2013 at 5:43 am  

    Good morning, Jackson. We would absolutely love for you to visit Cats Cradle Shelter in Fargo, North Dakota. Cats Cradle works hard at rescuing and finding homes for stray and unwanted cats in our metro communities. I just talked with our shelter cats last evening and asked them if they would like to meet the man they have heard so much about? They replied that perhaps if that were to happen the Cradle volunteers could clearly understand what “they” the cats require. He could explain the need for more treats, more toys and more play time. Now they all want an opportunity to go online and write to you to fully explain their case…….
    I will make their plea for them……….PLEASE, we promise our snow will be gone when you visit us and we can’t wait! Thank you

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  416. Melissa   April 26, 2013 at 5:50 am  

    My vote is for Cat’s Cradle Shelter in Fargo, ND. They are a long way from my home state of Indiana, but I know them (and the adorable Corky) through Facebook. I love these people!

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  417. Suzanna Giddens   April 26, 2013 at 6:02 am  

    Oliver does NOT want you to visit Sarasota. That would be the LAST thing that Oliver would want. Who is Oliver, you wonder? Glad you asked!

    Oliver is a young beautiful, inquisitive – sometimes comical – black and white tuxedo boy. Unfortunately, Oliver has the WORST temper ever! Despite his unpredictable nature and rapier sharp nails, we feel certain that deep down inside, Oliver is really a very sweet lovable and adoptable boy.

    Please, please visit Cat Depot and work your magic with Oliver! Help us get him adopted!

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  418. Susan L-W   April 26, 2013 at 6:20 am  

    We’d love to have you come to our area in southern Vermont. We are between Springfield and Brattleboro, not a major metropolitan area, but one that has many cat lovers and many feral communities which we are working to rehome with loving families and (if not possible) TNR.

    Thank you for all you are doing for cats to keep them with their people rather than handed over to shelters, abandoned, or worse, put down.

    Keep on keeping on.

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  419. Tracy   April 26, 2013 at 6:48 am  

    Please visit the Western Suburbs of Chicago and the volunteers with Feral Fixers TNR program. Natural Pet Market, a Health Food Store for Cats & Dogs would LOVE to serve as host and maybe even get the good folks at the DuPage County shelter to come by as well!!

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  420. Kim   April 26, 2013 at 7:01 am  

    You must come to Fargo ND to visit CATS cradle shelter! They do AMAZING work for the cats in this community. They have many cats in Foster care and I am sure they could benefit from your visit.

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  421. Devan   April 26, 2013 at 7:25 am  

    Detroit!!! Maggie the kitten with New eyelids and all of her friends would love it!

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  422. Sarah   April 26, 2013 at 7:34 am  

    Tulsa!

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  423. Dani-Jean   April 26, 2013 at 7:36 am  

    Hi, Jackson, I live in Weare, NH not far from Concord, NH–the state capitol. There’s a great family-owned bookstore there called “Gibson’s” which works for a whole lot of reasons! Not a chain….not bashing chains but I like that a small store has survived the appearance of a chain nearby.
    And….New Hampshire is primarily rural so there are cats a’plenty! Although my two never go outdoors because they’d quickly become part of the food chain (I’ve seen a bobcat, hawks, owls and my husband’s seen a fisher–nasty lookin’ predator eyeing our birdfeeder as if it were at the local buffet restaurant).
    Come on out….and we’ll give you a tour of “Chipmunk Falls”–a 600′ horsetail waterfall not far from our home………..
    Be well,
    Dani-Jean

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  424. Holly   April 26, 2013 at 8:00 am  

    Oh grweat cat whisperer please come to FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA! There is a very loving no-kill shelter here that would greatly benefit from your presence and insights! Hubby and I have been enthralled with your tv show and faithfully view it – often calling attention to your advice to one of our fur bullets.

    The CATS Cradle Shelter is home to Corky and Tripod, two three legged cats the staff took in and raised funds for so they could have surgeries. Other cats have been blessed with medical care through donations of veteranarian time and cash from supporters. No cat is turned away because it is deformed or injured , sick, old or very young.

    Please, oh pretty please with catnip on top, let Fargo see you striding to the shelter, guitar case in hand, ready to make another kitty fit in and find peace.

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  425. Janet   April 26, 2013 at 8:47 am  

    There are two organizations I work with in the western suburbs of Chicago that I think would love to have Jackson come visit. The first is Fox Valley Animal Welfare League, a non-profit that provides low cost spay/neuter services and wellness checks for pets (http://www.fvawl.org). They also have a pet food pantry for low income families. The other organization is Feral Fixers, a TNR group (http://www.feralfixers.org/). When they trap “friendlies” they are put in foster care or placed with a no kill shelter until they can be adopted.

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  426. Karen DeGuzman   April 26, 2013 at 9:38 am  

    Please come to Kodiak Island, Alaska! We are 252 airmiles southwest of Anchorage and home to the many cat (and dog) loving island dwellers! Our shelter is a no-kill shelter and some of our longer term residents and some of our adopted kitties need some help! Our island is beautiful and our community is caring! We would absolutely LOVE it if you could come here. (We are also home to the WalMart where Pitbull was voted to come. LOL)

    If your timing is right, you may even catch the Deadliest Catch’s Cornelia Marie in port!

    Please come to Kodiak, Jackson!! We would LOVE it!

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  427. Michelle   April 26, 2013 at 9:55 am  

    Hi Jackson! Please come to Parsippany, NJ or nearby, Morristown, NJ. I could really use your help and would love to meet you. Thank you for all the work you do with cats.

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  428. Stacy   April 26, 2013 at 10:42 am  

    Please come to Sarasota!! We have an amazing facility just for cats!!

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  429. Julie   April 26, 2013 at 11:36 am  

    Santa Rosa, CA, come join us in beautiful Northern CA wine country! We are major cat lovers up here!

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  430. Mary Kay Statuto   April 26, 2013 at 12:58 pm  

    Hello there Cat Daddy!!
    I am a cat lover. I have been told I was a lion or tiger in another life. I am a Receptionist/Vet tech at a cat hospital clinic. I think it would be fantastic if you could come to Dallas to see some of our clients. It would make quite the educational seminar. What can I do to get you here????
    MK

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  431. Jamie   April 26, 2013 at 1:07 pm  

    St. Louis or Chicago, there are TONS of cat people in the STL area.

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  432. Meggie   April 26, 2013 at 2:01 pm  

    I volunteer for a group in Lombard, Illinois called Feral Fixers. They are an AMAZING TNR organization dedicated to keeping the feral cat population down and find friendly cats loving forever homes.

    I’ve have worked several events with them and I sometimes photograph the cats who are looking for their forever home. I love every minute I can spend with everyone! The events are lively and fun, filled with smiles and excitement!

    Last week, the Chicagoland area experienced severe flooding and Tammy’s basement (the founder of Feral Fixers) was filled with water, completely filled, and that is where supplies and some cats were kept. The cats were removed safely and found foster homes, but there is so much damage and they’ve lost so much, but still at their last event they were full of smiles! The entire FF community came together to help in their time of need to find cats foster homes and replenish supplies lost.

    They are simply an amazing group and I hope you come visit them because I don’t have words for the fun times I’ve had with them. I love the community they have created and all of the amazing work they do!

    http://www.feralfixers.org
    facebook.com/feralfixers

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  433. Diane Klekotka   April 26, 2013 at 2:14 pm  

    Philadelphia, PA :)

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  434. Sharon Boyd   April 26, 2013 at 4:05 pm  

    Memphis Tn. Let us show you some southern hospitality!!!!

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  435. Branwyn Giberson   April 26, 2013 at 4:19 pm  

    SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS and nearby property in rural Rochester, Illinois (Rochester is less than five miles from Springfield) are the locations of Forever Home Feline Ranch. This is a non-profit and no kill shelter for cats only, but we have assisted dogs and cats with food for owners to feed pets when needed, food bank. We take relinquished cats of all ages, some found cats, and mothers and kittens or kittens alone. Some older cats and cats with special needs have a sanctuary home to live out their lives without fear of euthanasia in our Rochester sanctuary. Many cats and kittens are adoptable and we have frequent adoptions. We manage completely from donations and fundraising events financially. We have many volunteers and no person is salaried in this shelter. We get cats from our local Animal Control facility before their time limit arrives to save them from euthanasia. We have received animals from other states as well to save their lives, Missouri, Florida, Indiana, Ohio, etc. Some come on transport drives, others we have driven to pick up. We have adopted several hundred cats & kittens in the last few years so this is a cat loving town, and there are other facilities adopting cats here as well.

    Springfield has a new Abraham Lincoln\ Library/Museum you might like to visit. Please come to Springfield, Illinois. I watch My Cat From Hell and really enjoy your show.

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  436. HunterStar   April 26, 2013 at 4:19 pm  

    TAMPA, TAMPA, TAMPA! please oh please pick Tampa..please? pretty please? We love all animals in Tampa and the Tampa Burbs…especially our kitties. You will not believe the welcome you get if the Tampa Cat MoJo Nation knows you are in town.

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  437. Heather L   April 26, 2013 at 5:58 pm  

    Please visit the Western Suburbs of Chicago and the volunteers with Feral Fixers TNR program. Feral Fixers helped me out when I found a scared mother cat with her two kittens. We trapped the whole family as well as a few friends they brought along. The wonderful volunteers helped me socialize the kittens and find a new home (one of them stayed) We would all love to see you in the Western Suburbs.

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  438. Janey   April 26, 2013 at 6:28 pm  

    Hi Jackson! I love your show and watch it all the time for new tips. I had 2 fur children and recently added 2 more and introduced them just like you do on the show. All the cats get along well now. So… I think you should visit Philadelphia, PA. There are many great towns in the surrounding area that could use your help. I live in Pottstown where we have several great shelters including the shelter that I volunteer at and rescused all my kitties from. Please consider PA!

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  439. trudy   April 26, 2013 at 6:31 pm  

    hey mr. mojo, coolest cat daddy anywher!!! glad your new season is back. would love you to come to tucson,az. this state needs some help, kind of a bunch of dim wits here. very bad to animals here, i just want to give u a hug and say thank you in person, and get you to sign mine and my friends books-everyone got a copy for christmas-, but that hemmingway place .well they need to be put on the map, and YOU are the ont to do it. thank you for all your hard work ,and dedication. me and my cats use your spirit essences, you are ,and have always been a star on this planet, with much love and respect, trudy, simon, and mitzi

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  440. Lauren   April 26, 2013 at 6:56 pm  

    Chicago NEEDS you! We have many cat rescues, but we still see cats being dumped by their owners for various reasons. We’d LOVE to have you come out!

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  441. Cindy Bruhn   April 26, 2013 at 8:29 pm  

    Hi – You would be SO welcome in LeClaire, Iowa. We have cats in some of our downtown shops. Two of the more popular ones are Mr. C at Razzleberries and Art at Artswork. Mr. C even has his own Facebook page! LeClaire is right on Interstate 80 and the Mississippi River. We are a real up and coming tourism area and home to the American Pickers that are seen on the History Channel. We have a ton of history and real Midwest hospitality and charm. We have many area shelters overflowing with kitties who could use your positive mojo! THANKS!

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  442. Cate Mato   April 26, 2013 at 10:27 pm  

    Brooklyn!

    NYC has a horrid ‘shelter system’ that forces cat rescuers to find, pull, arrange vet transport and treatment, and fostering – between 6 pm and 6 am – 7 days a week. There are entire FaceBook pages set up to save these cats. Its a nightly struggle and heartbreak to save them.

    We depend on fostering to save these cats.

    If you could devote one of your ‘behavioral’ stories to foster cats – more people would step forward and more cats could be saved!

    All the best,
    Cate Mato
    Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition

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  443. Maryam   April 27, 2013 at 5:36 am  

    Hi, Jackson

    I love love you & your show & I’m really really in need of your help I have 4cats & one of my cats has turned for the worst I rescued & adopted him when he was only 10days old he is now 2yrs old & has become extremely aggressive towards me & anything that comes in contact with him, he will growl & bite me or anyone who even walks past him, I have tried countless of treatments & nothing has helped, I have seen so many vets & cat behaviorist & all they recommend is medications which have done nothing but make him drowsy & now he has just built a tolerance to the meds, & I’m soo sick of vets taking the easy way out & just drugging my cat with theses meds, which I was completely against at first but I felt it was my only option & unfortunately theses meds were just a big waste of money & I think it’s wrong to drug my cat, so I have refused to give him any more meds & trying to sort this problem out without any meds, & unfortunately nothing seems to help, I try to play with him but he will just attack me as soon as I go anywhere near him & he will also growl at the toy if I bring it near him, I would hate to have to give him up cause I know he will not come out alive from the shelter I know the will put him down & I could not do that to my baby, he was once my best friend & was always their for me when I was down. I have a spinal injury & have spent 4yrs in & out of hospital having surgeries & being wheelchair bound, & now my cat has turned for the worst I feel like he hates me & I don’t know what to do noo more & with my injury it makes it hard for me to keep traveling to all theses vets who just end up giving me more medications for his behavior so I have given up on all vets, so please please Jackson if you could travel to Sydney Australia I would love love to meet you & have you help me with my 2yr old cat flappy,

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  444. Jovey   April 27, 2013 at 5:46 am  

    Hi Jackson, My name is Jovey and I’m a cat – a very well-behaved petite black cat, if I say so myself (my mom sometimes calls me a fresh kitty – but I think that’s just a cute pet name she has for me). I live in Sarasota Florida with my mom and dad. They rescued me a couple years ago – someone had brought me in to the vet as a motherless, abandoned kitten watch. My parents love your show – and I know that it makes them appreciate me all the more each time they watch it. Sarasota is the purr-fect place for cats. They have a feline rescue and adoption facility called Cat Depot that helps homeless kitties. Cat Depot is so kind to my relatives. And the residents of Sarasota are wonderful – so many volunteers to help out homeless cats.
    I think that you should visit Sarasota – it’s a great cat-loving city. The people and the cats here would love to welcome you!
    Meow for now,
    Jovey

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  445. Maryam   April 27, 2013 at 5:53 am  

    Hi, Jackson

    I love love you & your show & I’m really really in need of your help I have 4cats & one of my cats has turned for the worst I rescued & adopted him when he was only 10days old he is now 2yrs old & has become extremely aggressive towards me & anything that comes in contact with him, he will growl & bite me or anyone who even walks past him, I have tried countless of treatments & nothing has helped, I have seen so many vets & cat behaviorist & all they recommend is medications which have done nothing but make him drowsy & now he has just built a tolerance to the meds, & I’m soo sick of vets taking the easy way out & just drugging my cat with theses meds, which I was completely against at first but I felt it was my only option & unfortunately theses meds were just a big waste of money & I think it’s wrong to drug my cat, so I have refused to give him any more meds & trying to sort this problem out without any meds, & unfortunately nothing seems to help, I try to play with him but he will just attack me as soon as I go anywhere near him & he will also growl at the toy if I bring it near him, he pees on anything & everything he is desexed but now instead of just a little spray of urine he now stands in the same position like as if his just about to spray with his tail up but instead of a spray he actually pees & I mean a big puddle of pee & he even dose the shake of the tail while his peeing in the standing position & he only started doing this after I desexed him over one year ago, he will even pee on my bed,pillows & even the kitchen benches, its been a pain in the bottom having to clean urine every hour or so, my mum wants me to give him up but it’s something I could never want to do & I would hate to have to give him up cause I know he will not come out alive from the shelter I know the will put him down & I could not do that to my baby, he was once my best friend & was always their for me when I was down. I have a spinal injury & have spent 4yrs in & out of hospital having surgeries & being wheelchair bound, & now my cat has turned for the worst I feel like he hates me & I don’t know what to do noo more & with my injury it makes it hard for me to keep traveling to all theses vets who just end up giving me more medications for his behavior so I have given up on all vets, so please please Jackson if you could travel to Sydney Australia I would love love to meet you & have you help me with my 2yr old cat flappy,

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  446. KeywePeeWee   April 27, 2013 at 7:03 am  

    St. Petersburg FL!

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  447. Teresa   April 27, 2013 at 7:29 am  

    Fargo, ND!!! Jackson, please come to Fargo, ND and experience some “North Dakota” nice especially for cats at the Cat’s Cradle Shelter (catscradleshelter.org), home of Corky the Cradle Cat (cover cat of the first issue of “Modern Cat” magazine). CCS is a no-kill shelter in Fargo that has made a huge difference for the cats and the cat lovers in our community. They are a100% volunteer run shelter that works with all of our local pounds, animal shelters, local college veterinarian program, and many local and regional vets to save cats in our community. They have helped almost eliminate the euthanasia of adoptable cats in our community. They have a wonderful facility where, after a necessary isolation period, there are no more cages. The cats live in great “catified” colony rooms where volunteers and visitors can hang out and socialize with the cats. The cats at CCS are awesome, but the volunteers are really amazing. The love and dedication they show to our community’s cats is really a blessing. Although the volunteers are amazingly good with all the cats, there are always a few cats that are tough behavioral cases that prevent them from being adopted (biting, inappropriate elimination, overgrooming, etc). If you could provide some of your amazing Cat Daddy advice/education, it would help the CCS volunteers get even more of the cats into forever homes. As a bonus, you could also check out our local zoo (RedRiverZoo.org) and see the Pallas’ cats – some really rare wild cats that are being conserved there. Our zoo has a knack for getting difficult-to-breed species to breed (maybe it’s the cold :-) ). Please Jackson, come to Fargo. I know it’s out of the way and not a large metro area, but I guarantee you won’t get a warmer welcome anywhere, even in February…. seriously though, you should probably try to come here in the summer :-)

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  448. Barbara Piwetz   April 27, 2013 at 7:51 am  

    I wish you would do a book signing in FORT WORTH TEXAS.

    Because your show teaches those of us who will never meet you how to help our cats and ourselves, my bad boy cat is now a sweetheart 95% of the time!

    2 best tips from your show for my situation were: 1.) stop acting like prey and start telling the “problem” cat how awesome he is 2). I was focusing on the wrong cat to wear out with play. It wasn’t the aggressive cat, turns out he was only aggressive because the other one kept annoying and tormenting him (aggressive bad boy turned sweetheart) to play.

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  449. Drummer Kevin   April 27, 2013 at 8:16 am  

    Come to the High Desert of California, Victor Valley Barnes and Nobles for a book signing. This area has so many adoption needs and strays. Animal control sets up traps. This area has so many stays they are being killed killed and killed or eaten alive by coyotes and stray packs of wild dogs! please help. This area has a round a half million people living here almost now. The cities of Oak Hills, Hesperia, Victorville , Apple valley Phelan. All these communities that make up the Victor Valley Need your help. Animal control and adoption places are overrun and there are no cat farms or they call them cat farms. The ones I see are more like cat kill farms. The spay and release programs in place are failing. Before you take off and travel all over the USA, this is in your own backyard my friend. I play music too. Just FYI. Have 2 studio albums out and I know this area well. Been here for 35 years! I’m trying hard up here. Lets save our cats!

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  450. Barb Mahling   April 27, 2013 at 8:47 am  

    Madison Wisconsin!

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  451. Ginger Vance   April 27, 2013 at 9:16 am  

    The kitties in Sarasota need you. You can visit the state of the art Cat Depot. On top of that, no place is nicer than Sarasota, Florida.

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  452. Stacy Emmons   April 27, 2013 at 9:51 am  

    Hi Jackson –
    Please visit Seattle!!
    Seattle is a all dog all the time kinda town and I would love to see the CATS get some attention!! I am currently listening to Cat Daddy audiobook and loving it, fostering a Blind cat who is officially named Greta, but who I like like to call Blindy.
    I do work with Motley Zoo here in Seattle who are an awesome organization made up entirely of foster workers and work their butts off to find good homes for their animals.
    Personally I’d love to see you in our town and mix with some cat folks for a change.

    Uh, and on a completely manipulative note – what musician doesn’t want to visit Seattle???
    So, in closing….Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle…..:)
    Thank you,
    Stacy Emmons

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  453. Katie Norvell   April 27, 2013 at 10:54 am  

    Jackson, Cat Depot in Sarasota, FL. ROCKS!!!!! There is no other cat shelter like it in the United States. Please come for a visit-you will not be disappointed! Katie

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  454. Mim   April 27, 2013 at 11:30 am  

    Come to SW Virginia! From here you can get to NC in an hour or two, or West Virginia. Roanoke is your cultural hub, with great art and music. Several organizations have been founded to help rescue feral cats and they deserve the spotlight, but there are still too many kittens and cats in need. I volunteered for a rescue league for a few years and adopted the most amazingly affectionate, passionate dilute calico adult cat – big pink nose, bunny-soft fur, and after two years of getting her to where she no longer tries to kill our other cat on sight, we still have a spraying problem in our house. There are lots of people here who support rescue leagues by fostering or adopting, and we need your help with behavioral issues! Also, we have a cat acupuncturist here and she would be a great subject for info for viewers. So, come help me with my rescue and travel around the Blue Ridge mountains from a convenient place where you will play gigs, eat locally-raised foods, and experience Southern hospitality, and will leave a loving legacy with your skills and your magic geeetar case…ROANOKE, VIRGINIA!

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  455. Monica   April 27, 2013 at 12:53 pm  

    Hi Jackson!
    Long time listener, first time caller! My kitten Evan and I would LOVE for you to visit us in COLUMBIA, MISSOURI! Why?
    1. We are centrally located in the state of Missouri
    2. We are a college town (UMC, Stephens and Columbia College.) Stephens College has a dorm set up for students to bring their pets and live with them during the school year.
    3. Columbia loves cats, but we do have a huge problem of feral cats. Sadly, college kids will leave their cats behind upon graduation or going home for the summer.
    4. We have wonderful places to eat and visit. You’d love our music venues such as The Blue Note. If you are a pizza lover, you’ll love Shakespeare’s Pizza!
    5. MU has Truman the tiger as a mascot, and Columbia College has Bob, the Cougar as their mascot!!
    6. We have several book stores both locally owned and chain store where you can hold your book signing.
    7. Columbia was made for a Jackson Galaxy visit!!

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  456. Colleen   April 27, 2013 at 1:08 pm  

    Please come to Vero Beach Florida… We are 2 hours from Daytona and about 2 hours from Orlando. Would love for you to fix me cat problems to help me make my cats get along.

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  457. brendaa1   April 27, 2013 at 2:19 pm  

    Please come to Salt Lake City. We have a lot of cats per capita.

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  458. Heather   April 27, 2013 at 3:12 pm  

    Baltimore or Washington DC please!

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  459. Lynn   April 27, 2013 at 3:31 pm  

    The Philadelphia area and all of its cats would LOVE to have you visit us!!

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  460. Sharon Heuer   April 27, 2013 at 3:38 pm  

    Hey Jackson,

    I think Memphis, Tn. would be the purrfect place to visit. On the weekend you could have a great caturday afternoon at our Zoo! So Jackson Galaxy come on down!!!

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  461. Laura Lang   April 27, 2013 at 4:01 pm  

    Please come to Long Island, NY. We need you BAD!

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  462. Mary   April 27, 2013 at 4:38 pm  

    Come visit Madison, Wisconsin!

    We’re the state capital of Wisconsin and we love cats. Madison is a liberal community with great people, a beautiful environment, and a wonderful Midwestern city to visit.

    When in town be sure to stop by MadCat store. They are awesome people that support all things cat!

    We’d love to see you visit.

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  463. Amy   April 27, 2013 at 4:54 pm  

    Miami! My dear friend has a cat who is older, and has terrorized us all since he was a kitten. We can’t go to her home because he attacks. In his old age, he has mellowed a bit, but still will attack without warning, and his claws are like daggers! No open toed shoes around him ever. :)

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  464. Lisa   April 27, 2013 at 5:23 pm  

    PLEASE come to the Philadelphia area!! I see requests for Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Delaware…..WELL, it only makes sense to do the whole area!!!!!! I have 20 (many are rescues <3). I REALLY need your help!!!!!!!! I LOVE my cats and only want to make them as happy as they make me. But, some have issues I need advise on.

    HELP!!!!!!!

    Thank YOU for being you!

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  465. J.D.   April 27, 2013 at 5:34 pm  

    Please come to Philadelphia!

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  466. Sarah   April 27, 2013 at 5:36 pm  

    Jackson, please please please come to Kentucky! Lexington would be wonderful, as would Louisville! There are so many shelters, rescues and fans of yours that would be thrilled if you came to the area. Thank you for the incredible work you do and the countless lives you saved. You’re a gift to both cats AND people!

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  467. James Vasey   April 27, 2013 at 5:38 pm  

    In Maplewood NJ there is a community of stray feral angelic beings who would be truly filled with the most golden joy to be able to share some of their deeply special LOVE with someone who lives in the same spiritual space and may feel able to share his LOVE/ENERGY/SOUL ESSENCE in return to them. We live with some of these special beings and share your great love for them and cannot say enough in words that would purrr-suade you to visit, just to say hello. There are sweet cat songs calling to you, from here, I wish that you could hear them. They surely would send you e-mails each to create the volume necessary for you to choose us. I wonder if you could imagine the great enrichment to all of us and you that might fill our souls. There are such wonderous children here, with the most needy souls, in a world that is not always kind to those who are vulnerable, such as they are. How special to them it would be to meet a gentle soul such as the CAT DADDY. Dreams are made of this.

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  468. James   April 27, 2013 at 5:50 pm  

    Ther is a mama cat here with 3 little babies 1 week old, I just told them that I sent you this e-mail and they went to sleep smiling with their tiny little thoughts of of the possibility of a visit from the CAT DADDY, it seemed like they they had hopes to see you( as if Santa might come ), and you know, I think they would have mittens over the fireplace if they could. NJ is a nice place to visit, even if you were just passing through.

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  469. Kim   April 27, 2013 at 6:03 pm  

    We’d love to have you in Philadelphia! We have a lot of homeless cats around here, but we also have a lot of wonderful rescues and spay/neuter initiatives. The cat communit here would love to have you!

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  470. James   April 27, 2013 at 6:04 pm  

    In Maplewood NJ there are some special little stray/feral angelic beings here that would LOVE to share their LOVE with you. We live with some of these gentle beings and in a world that is not always kind to such souls as vulnerable as they are it would be a special joy to meet a gentle soul like you. There is a mama cat here with 3 little babies just 1 week old, I just told them that I sent you this e-mail and they went to sleep smiling with their tiny little thoughts of of the possibility of a visit from the CAT DADDY, it seemed like they they had hopes to see you ( as if Santa might come ), and you know, I think they would have mittens over the fireplace if they could. NJ is a nice place to visit, even if you were just passing through. I hope you can imagine what a wonderous experience this may be for all of us and for you. Something to fill your soul and ours.

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  471. Michelle Wachtel   April 27, 2013 at 6:15 pm  

    please, please, please come to the richmond, VA area. we LOVE cats down here. we are very centrally located for I-95 and I-64, so virtually anyone in Virginia OR the surrounding states can easily get to Richmond.

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  472. eli   April 27, 2013 at 6:28 pm  

    Please come to the Philadelphia, PA, Princeton, NJ area! I know there are a ton of people here who could use your help!

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  473. Becky   April 27, 2013 at 6:44 pm  

    Please come to Louisville, Kenutcky and visit Animal House, the adaption center for Jefferson County where cats find their forever homes.

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  474. Hilary Harris   April 27, 2013 at 7:16 pm  

    We are a sanctuary in CAT…..yes, Catskill, NY for FELV+ cats.
    We are near Animalkind in Hudson.
    Generally, our cats do not fight. However, there are a small group of cats who are quite opinionated that need your help in learning how to be…..less opinionated! Please seriously consider visiting us. We are a unique and wonderful sanctuary. We are a 501-c3 organization. I think you would love the sanctuary and the cats would purr a lot and give you many head butts! These are special cats in more ways than one! Thank you.

    Hilary Harris, Director

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  475. Barbara Olivas   April 27, 2013 at 8:09 pm  

    I think El Paso texas would be great. I’m an in client home groomer and people here no matter how many times I educate them want the cats shaved down . They don’t realize how easy it is to tear the skin and that it’s better to spend five minutes a day brushing their cats.

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  476. Terry   April 27, 2013 at 8:14 pm  

    Saint Petersburg Florida. Where we love our cats. I know a lot of people here could use your help.

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  477. Beth Doucette   April 27, 2013 at 8:23 pm  

    Newington, CT, the Humane Society here is one of the best in the country. I adopted my cat, Abby from there. My niece also adopted her kitten from there. Very good people and facility. I also recommend the Metro Animal Services in Nashville, TN. One of the most dedicated groups of people I’ve ever met.

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  478. Sarai   April 27, 2013 at 8:27 pm  

    The San Francisco area would love to have you here! With watching your show, I’ve really learned how to use your techniques to relate to cats, and I know others here would benefit from your teachings!

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  479. Sharon   April 27, 2013 at 8:30 pm  

    You should come to Cincinnati, Ohio :) My Cats, Moxy & Kaylee would be so excited if their guardians got the pleasure of meeting you!

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  480. Mary   April 27, 2013 at 8:33 pm  

    Wow Jackson, it looks as though you will need to clone yourself! There seem to be cats & humans all over the world who need your help. I volunteer for Forgotten Cats, a rescue in the Delaware area, where i share your great advice with potential adoptive cat parents. I wish we could share this great info to folks BEFORE they surrender their problem cats to the shelter. We might have a few less homeless kitties. Since you are such a respected voice in the cat world, please mention the benefits of TNR (trap,neuter, release) for the feral cat population and of course spaying/neutering pet cats.
    Thanks for caring about these awesome little creatures.
    Mary

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  481. Linda Coble   April 27, 2013 at 8:39 pm  

    Indianapolis Indiana! Cat loving Hoosier want you! Large TNR group and Lots of cat lovers! We got the Mo, you bring the Jo =^..^=

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    1. Marcia   April 28, 2013 at 4:47 am  

      My vote is for Indy (Indianapolis) Our three kittehs love your show and would be more than pleased to see you here. Moggy is one of the two males who was rescued two yrs. ago and we gave him his first forever home, but he is still partially feral. Just don’t have a clue as to how to make him feel our love.
      Keep up the good work..your doing a great service for all cats everywhere!

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  482. Victoria   April 27, 2013 at 8:41 pm  

    Come to the Dallas area! We’re in East Texas and only an hour from the Metroplex… but it would be wonderful to get you to Texas! (and even more so if you could help us with our horribly mean kitty with brain damage…)

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  483. Peggy   April 27, 2013 at 8:52 pm  

    Please come to Portland, OR! We have a fantastic no-kill cat-only shelter called CAT – the Cat Adoption Team just south of the city. We also have a great public shelter, the Oregon Humane Society – they adopt out nearly 11,000 animals a year. We’d love to meet you! >^..^<

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  484. Tess   April 27, 2013 at 8:52 pm  

    Des Moines, Iowa! We have a lot of surrounding little no kill shelters plus a great ARL and love trying to help all furkids, ESPECIALLY kitties! There would be plenty of love for you hear, plus we could use more love for adoption since we have the same amount of stray/unhomed pet population as a metropolitan over twice our size.

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    1. Tess   April 27, 2013 at 8:54 pm  

      Including a special needs exclusive rescue that tries to help those that normally don’t have a chance!

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  485. Patti   April 27, 2013 at 8:56 pm  

    Toronto, Ontario Canada! We love cats here, it’s obvious in our pet stores. There are lots of rescues and humane societies.
    I would love a visit myself from the Cat Daddy!

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    1. Kat   June 10, 2013 at 4:44 pm  

      I second Toronto, Ontario or even Hamilton or Burlington

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  486. EB   April 27, 2013 at 8:59 pm  

    Please come to Bryan-College Station in Texas! It’s about 2 hours from Austin, TX and 1.5 hours from Houston. We’re also the home of Texas A&M University, where we have an active and very successful feral cat program called AFCAT (Aggie Feral Cat Alliance of Texas) and a community feral cat program called Brazos Feral Cat Allies. AFCAT has successfully trapped, neutered and released (and adopted out) numerous feral cats on campus, including Bisbee, our beloved orange and white second mascot (he passed away in July and we still miss him very much) and now Miss B and her 7 children, 3 of whom were released after being spayed and neutered. Brazos Feral Cat Allies is a foster cat program and we hold adoptions almost every Saturday at our local PetSmart. We would love to have Jackson visit us while he’s in Texas and maybe even meet some of our cats. Please come visit us, Jackson!

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  487. Angela Puzio   April 27, 2013 at 9:09 pm  

    Hi Jackson! My vote goes to Cape Coral, Florida. Lee County has a huge feral cat and TNR population. I myself have 4, & 4 different catitudes. I would love to come see you on your book tour. Looking foward to it!

    Thank you very meouch. ;)

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  488. Rachael   April 27, 2013 at 9:11 pm  

    The Pacific Northwest loves our pets! Please add a stop in the Seattle/Tacoma area.

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  489. Erinn   April 27, 2013 at 9:15 pm  

    Boston, MA!!! I don’t need cat help, but I just want to shake the hand of a very inspirational man!

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  490. Lesterlynn   April 27, 2013 at 9:15 pm  

    Mr. Galaxy, you should come to Duluth, Minnesota because it is the most glorious city in the known universe. You can come and see the world’s largest freshwater lake! Also, there are tons of cat lovers up here who are fans of your book and show (I know, because I waited 2 months on the library waiting list before I could check it out!) If you come here you will sell a gazillion books, meet a bunch of sincere and humble cat-worshippers, and have an all-around terrific time.

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  491. Julie Andress   April 27, 2013 at 9:16 pm  

    Here in Bakersfield CA, there is an organization called The Cat People. For over 20 years they have been rescuing cats, promoting spay/neuter, maintaining feral colonies and keeping a store called Pawsitvely Cats where cat loving people can go to buy products. You know it has to be a cat loving town. I bet a book signing in their shop would go over very well. Plus it’s close to home. C’mon up and see us.

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  492. Megan   April 27, 2013 at 9:18 pm  

    Kingston Ontario Canada, I know it’s not as big as say Toronto or Ottawa but there are a lot of cat loving people here including several animal rescues, I have two kitties myself.

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  493. Sal Montano   April 27, 2013 at 9:23 pm  

    How about coming to Staten Island ,New York ? There are a lot of cat loving people here. That I know because there are so many people feeding the ferals & who also have multiple cats in their homes. I had 8 cats myself in my apt. The last one just passed away at age 15.So right before Storm Sandy hit our area there was a kitten who was born in my driveway who was born with one eye so I picked her up & have had ever since in my home.

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  494. Melissa   April 27, 2013 at 9:24 pm  

    So need you in Columbus Ohio:) We do rescue and have a cat over population like every where else problem. Some cats we been working with to try to get them adoptable are in need of your help. Please come show us how to help them not be so shy when people come to look at them. Thanks

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  495. Deirdre   April 27, 2013 at 9:31 pm  

    Please come to the Boston area, to help us learn how to protect out kitties from the cold and all the new predators, coyotes, foxes, and the wild turkeys-those are mean and scary! Also what can we plant to help repel ticks and mosquitoes and keep our cats and ourselves from getting those things on us.

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  496. Michelle   April 27, 2013 at 9:32 pm  

    Jackson!!

    We’d LOVE to see you in Minnesota! I’m in the middle of the state, so I could easily drive no matter where you land. St. Paul or Minneapolis would be great!

    P.S. The Internet Cat Video Festival was at our beautiful Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, but this year it will be held in the Grandstand during the MN State Fair in St. Paul. If that isn’t #catmojo #catlove I don’t know what is!!

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  497. Mari   April 27, 2013 at 9:39 pm  

    I live in Southern New Jersey, but Philadelphia would be a great city for you to visit! :)
    I am sure there are a lot of people who live there that could benefit from your expertise, and even across the bridge in NJ there are a ton of cat lovers who would love to see you too.

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  498. Mia D.   April 27, 2013 at 9:39 pm  

    Rancho Cucamonga would be a great place to come too as there are a few groups of people here that have adoption anf foster programs for cats. There is Cats in Need and the RC animal shelter. We are caties out here and would love to meet Jackson and thank him for the great work he does.

    Mia D

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  499. Art   April 27, 2013 at 9:40 pm  

    Please consider San Francisco as one of your options :)

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  500. Tracy   April 27, 2013 at 9:41 pm  

    Another vote for Chicago. Not only would we love to have YOU in our midst, the apartment dwellers with great hearts have cats getting their owners at risk of eviction! (Like me!)

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  501. Sheryl   April 27, 2013 at 9:42 pm  

    Chicago or west suburbs!
    In the Chicago area there are quite a few cat specific rescues, no kill cat shelters, TNR groups, & advocates. There are a number of cat only groomers, of which I am one & I’m vocal regarding the compassionate method of grooming. The Chicago area was the site of the first Cat Symposium, held Oct. 2012 & dedicated to bettering the lives of cats. Chicago has Steve Dale, the pet advocate & radio show star.
    Cat owners in the Chicago area are abundant & very interested in learning the best ways of interacting, feeding, and enriching the lives of their furry feline friends. We have quite a number of independent pet supply stores.
    Additionally, Chicago has the resources you & your crew will need for book signing or for filming & for entertainment. I also host a book club at a fabulous vinoteca & we’d love to have you come in & chat about your book, which we’ll be reading.

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  502. Tom Hopkins   April 27, 2013 at 9:43 pm  

    How about Terre Haute, Indiana? 41 and 70, between St. Louis and Indianapolis. 41 runs from Wisconsin south through Chicago, Terre Haute and then goes all the way down to Florida. This is the crossroads. Our local shelter is recognized by “The No Kill Coalition” as one of the highest No-Kill percentages in the country. I just rescued my 101st Kitty. I am taking care of 30 right now of which 2 are fosters from the shelter. The hardest part is taking in the ferals and working with them until they are ready for their “furever” home.

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  503. Lisa   April 27, 2013 at 9:45 pm  

    Chicago! We have some great shelters that need attention and more qualified adopters for those wonderful kitties. The Tree House is probably the most famous, but Harmony House is also great. All of the no-kill shelters in Chicago could use some press and appreciation! Come visit us, Jackson!

    *FYI: I have no affiliation with any shelters. I am merely the guardian of two adopted boy kitties who bring joy to me every day, and I want to help more cats find their forever homes.

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  504. Melody Stamps   April 27, 2013 at 9:46 pm  

    I live in a small town that had a lot of damage from the Tornado back April 27,2011. We got lucky as the tornado went right behind our house. We have 6 cats. The last cat we just got is from our 97yr.old neighbor that lived by herself too. But her Cat Clarkie. liked our food better than her food. So that’s how we got Clarkie.We have only 2 problem cats. There names Jude.a.k.a. Jude the Dude and Marley The Stalker. He stalks Piper to try and jump on her. When he jumps on her and she screams…then Jude comes a running cause he does not like conflict. He usually jumps the aggressor. But sometimes he gets it wrong and jumps on the wrong cat. Poor piper can not live in peace for these two boys. Please help if you can. Remember it’s Jude and Marley that’s causing the problems for Piper. We want to take our dream trip to Alaska..But we don’t know what to do with the kitties.

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  505. Thomas   April 27, 2013 at 9:52 pm  

    Salt Lake City, please. :)

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  506. Megan   April 27, 2013 at 9:53 pm  

    Seattle, home of Cheezburger!

    Is there really any other reason?

    We love our cats and our cat memes. We spoil them with amazing enclosures, or just keep them inside and warm and cozy, safe from all that drizzle out there. 8/10 people I know here all own at least one cat!

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  507. Laura Jeffs   April 27, 2013 at 9:55 pm  

    If you come to Salt Lake City Utah I bet you could play some of your music here too. We have one of the best up and coming music scenes in the nation. And like was mentioned earlier, we also have a great local bookstore called The King English that you could od your signings at. We have a wonderful shelter community here as well and I know many people who would love for you to come here! I hope you’ll choose us! Either way best of luck to you :)

    P.S. I just ordered your book on amazon and can’t wait to get it!

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  508. cyndi praiswater   April 27, 2013 at 9:56 pm  

    Jackson please come too coos bay oregon. would love to meet you and ask you question about your book and about my cat. love your show.

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  509. cyndi praiswater   April 27, 2013 at 10:05 pm  

    You need to come to CoosBay Oregon. Love your show and would like to ask you a question about your book and some hints to dealing with my cat.

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  510. Kathleen L.   April 27, 2013 at 10:11 pm  

    Jackson we really need your help and cat mojo in the greater Portland Oregon metro area. We have a great feral cat program, we are a no-kill shelter state and take in many needy cats from CA. and WA. They fly into a small airport near me. We have an amazing shelter called the CAT ADOPTION TEAM which could be a great place for you to see for all the amazing work they do. Also, I could really use your signature on this book I got for Christmas called “CAT DADDY”! Music, food and weather will all be good too!

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  511. Lori   April 27, 2013 at 10:24 pm  

    Indianapolis, IN or Louisville, KY.

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  512. Sheri   April 27, 2013 at 10:27 pm  

    Please come to South Dakota, Rapid City or Sioux Falls. We love kitties here and we love Jackson Galaxy! The Amazing Cat Wisperer!

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  513. Jeanne Voreis   April 27, 2013 at 10:35 pm  

    Would love for you to come to South Bend, IN – Michiana Area. I love what you do and would love to meet you. We do have a No Pet kill Center called “Pet Refuge” which I had volunteered at which is located in Mishawaka, IN, which is the city next to mine. I took care of the cat sections. You are a awesome person in my book!

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  514. Sandie   April 27, 2013 at 10:39 pm  

    Las Vegas is a great cat city. FOX5 Local News has Jason Feinberg who has two new kitties with their own FB page (Kitty Perry is one of his cats; the other might be Dr. Feinberg…I think).. His other kitties were Itchy and Scratchy who passed away at a very ripe old age. :) I’ve adopted four cats myself with no problems but regardless, I love your show and learning from you.

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  515. trisha   April 27, 2013 at 10:45 pm  

    South Jersey!!!

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  516. Barb   April 27, 2013 at 11:04 pm  

    My suggestion is Portland, Or/Vancouver WA. There are a lot of us “cat people” up here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

    We are the guardians of 7 cats. All were adopted as strays that found us and chose to stay. One of which, is a newly diagnosed diabetic three weeks ago.

    I would love the opportunity to speak with Jackson. I have learned so much by watching the show and I think our “family” has really benefited with the tips he has shared with us.

    Come visit us, I would love to show you around.

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  517. Stephanie   April 27, 2013 at 11:08 pm  

    I live in south Jersey closer to Philly, but I do believe Atlantic City could use your visit! A lot of stray cats under the boardwalk, and also displaced cats from Sandy!! The way you care about cats is so amazing, I love ya so much for that!!!

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  518. Rhoda Besecker   April 27, 2013 at 11:09 pm  

    Come to Kirkland, WA, right across the lake from Seattle. MEOW Cat Rescue is a no kill shelter that has been helping pets and educating humans for 16 years, now. Currently, the shelter is expanding and they could really use some advice on how to best utilize the new part of their space–plus the publicity of a celebrity visit might help some kitties get Forever Homes!

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  519. Nancy Albino   April 27, 2013 at 11:09 pm  

    I live in Raleigh, NC. NC State College of Veterinary Medicine would welcome you as as a speaker. I’m sure there would be a tremendous response from the community if you gave a guest lecture there. We have many vet hospitals here. There are many pet owners here. NC has problems with puppy mills. There is a real problem with animal abandonment. I volunteer for the horse rescue league here, and there are too many cases of animal cruelty. Many times I regret moving here due to the way people behave here. We need animal advocacy. I hope you will consider stopping by. The college always welcomes people who are willing to speak about ways to help animals.

    Sincerely, Nancy

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  520. Chandra   April 27, 2013 at 11:11 pm  

    I assume you will hit major cities & capital states like Atlanta Ga but Iive in Rome Ga & most places won’t let animals in to see you not to mention cats get car sick on 1 1/2 -2 hour trip to your maybe. location. In my area all Injured or any animal is killed at the Floyd County Animal Shelter. These shelter workers are very defensive about why they murder these animals and after a lifetime of this they still claim no other options but an in humane death. Jackson please rack your brains & give these cold blooded killer humans some reasonable and effective alternative to this slow painful death . Please tell us anything and I will do what I can go my part. It just seems that some people in different backgrounds don’t realize that animals are flesh and blood & have needs. Why? Help please

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    1. Veronica   April 28, 2013 at 5:56 am  

      You’ve helped us with the 6 cats who allow us to live with them and know other Northern New Jersey guardians can definitely benefit from your guidance. Four of our 6 were strays that we took in, matter of fact our Pickles came to us meowing and running up our front stairs as if to say “I’m home!”. With patience, play, love and good mojo really do work, Thank you! I’m thinking of taking up competitive cat herding.

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  521. Jennifer Martins   April 27, 2013 at 11:16 pm  

    Seattle, WA!!! We have lots of cat rescue groups, a large vegan animal loving population and we are the home of internet sensations Oskar and Klaus. Would love to see you visit our city :o)

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  522. Pattie   April 27, 2013 at 11:16 pm  

    Orlando, FL please. Includes free admission to Universal Orlando. Yes, I will stoop to cheap bribes to get you to my town….

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  523. Irene   April 27, 2013 at 11:19 pm  

    I definitely think the SF Bay Area in California is the best place for you to visit!. But If I had to pick a city, well……hmmmmm….ok, I would have to say San Jose :)

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  524. Amalia Conrad   April 27, 2013 at 11:30 pm  

    Come to Portland, OR. I live in a condo now, but used to live in a house and never let my cats go out into the garden without supervision. Yet nearly every day walking about the neighborhood there were new notices about “lost cats”. It got me very angry that people here are so “hippie” that they think it’s better to let their cats live “naturally” and letting them go out at will, thus exposing them to coyotes, diseases, human attacks, theft or cruelty, being run over by a car, etcetera. In many cases, the poor cats were in fact cruelly locked out of the home because the owners believe it was more “natural” for them to be left outside instead of keeping them in!

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  525. Lee Ann B Ruth   April 28, 2013 at 12:15 am  

    Asheboro NC (near Greensboro, NC) to meet Kit Kat and Riley. Unfit pet owners use our neighborhood for a dumping ground. It’s amazing how many of us have previously stray cats living with us now. Thank God for good neighbors with warm hearts. Riley is a beautiful RagaMuffin we found eating scraps we’d put out for the birds and squirrels. We live on a small mountain in a wooded area. He was just skin and bones, sick, weak and his fur was so matted I had to cut most of it off. We took him to the vet and brought him into our home, lives and hearts. It’s been 1 year this month that Riley became part of our family and now he is healthy, happy and well-loved. His silky fur is just beautiful. The only thing is he acts like he has post tramic stress disorder from either an unfit previous owner or living in the “wilds”? We bought him a Da bird and he loves it! He’s very playful and coming more and more comfortable day by day but I just hate that he is so skidish. Riley isn’t a Cat from Hell…he’s a Cat that has Lived through Hell!!!! Now that’s a new challenge.

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  526. ErinKathryn   April 28, 2013 at 2:03 am  

    Hi Jackson! I’m located in Southern New Jersey, with close proximity to Philadelphia, PA…ad also New York (Manhattan/Brooklyn). Also close to Cherry Hill, NJ and Freehold, NJ. Fortunate enough to be close to both NY and PA. Basically anywhere in these areas would be amazing. Almost everyone I know owns at least one cat (we have 4). I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE for you to visit, esp Philadelphia- that would be great, as I don’t see that listed yet. Hoping I can make it out to one of your signings.You are an amazing person, your love for anials, esp cats, is truly touching, and it would be an honor to meet you! So come out here!!!

    Erin (aka ErinCrazyCatLady!)

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  527. Dawn   April 28, 2013 at 2:09 am  

    I’m in Stratford, CT (about an hour outside NYC), and we love cats. Lots of great rescues here. I volunteer with the Stratford Cat Project, a no-kill rescue. We don’t have a shelter to call our own so we depend upon our foster homes to house our kitties. Please come visit us!!

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  528. Kristen   April 28, 2013 at 2:28 am  

    Huntsville, Alabama! Can’t forget about the South! We could really benefit from a visit

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  529. Robert Burns   April 28, 2013 at 3:33 am  

    Sarasota and the Cat Depot need your help! Cat Lucy Lu wants to love you, but she also wants to bite you (I guess some would say she has a split personality and ‘kinda needs prozac). Cat Marshmallow wants to find a home but isn’t happy unless she has the full roam of the boardroom. So many Cats, so many problems. HELP!

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  530. misty   April 28, 2013 at 3:45 am  

    Please come to LAS VEGAS, PLEASE.. ….

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  531. Theresa   April 28, 2013 at 4:27 am  

    Please. Come to Boston, Massachusetts! There are many awesome cat people here!

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  532. Christy   April 28, 2013 at 4:27 am  

    Please come to Atlanta, GA!!

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  533. Marcia   April 28, 2013 at 4:29 am  

    Naples, FL! We have some wonderful cat rescue organizations here, and a large feral cat population. We aren’t a huge city, but the southwest area of Florida would be thrilled if you came!

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  534. Christy   April 28, 2013 at 4:32 am  

    Please come to Atlanta, GA.

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  535. Heather   April 28, 2013 at 4:32 am  

    Wilmington, NC!

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  536. Oscar   April 28, 2013 at 4:33 am  

    Come visit Madison, Wisconsin! Jackson you are my hero for all you do for cats! I would love to meet you!

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  537. Jennifer   April 28, 2013 at 5:18 am  

    Please come to Pittsburgh, PA. We have a cat loving community with a no-kill shelter, TNR programs, a low cost spay/neuter clinic, which we could always use help getting the word out about. Please come to Pittsburgh!!!!!

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  538. Tami   April 28, 2013 at 5:22 am  

    We would love to have you here in Tampa Bay Area- Florida-St. Petersburg, Clearwater but specifically my home town of Dunedin, Fl. :)
    You have tons of fans here, Book tour would be so welcomed at Barnes and Noble in Clearwater.

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  539. Brandy   April 28, 2013 at 5:26 am  

    Hi Jackson,
    Please come to Raleigh, NC. We are an area of animal lovers, obviously with the vet school here at NC State. But I can tell you here and now as a veterinary nurse that the amount of cats being surrendered do to behavioral issues is heart breaking. I think your visit to the area would be a God send.

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  540. Ashley Kirk   April 28, 2013 at 5:35 am  

    I live in northern West Virginia in Morgantown. We just held a Kitty Litter Art Show at a local tattoo parlor. Local artists donated paintings and sculptures they created for the show. All of the proceeds went to the local shelters and organizations! It was wonderful to see cat and art come together in the community! If Morgantown is too small for you, we will gladly come to Pittsburgh, PA (bigger city, more people!.

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  541. stephanie   April 28, 2013 at 5:40 am  

    near Washington DC. i have enriched my cat’s life by what i have learned watching your show. i have also become the go to on cats in my family. my sister recently had a no-pooh in liter problem and the vet gave my sister the same advice i gave already! watching your show has helped us all! thank you!

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  542. Vince Musa   April 28, 2013 at 5:43 am  

    Beautiful Cleveland Ohio

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  543. Stephanie   April 28, 2013 at 5:56 am  

    Please come to Atlanta! I was just talking about your freeze dried treats & holistic remedies for calming kitties down, what to use for travel, etc. the people at Petco are huge fans too. There is also a group called Angels Among Us here that rescues, fosters & tries to find forever homes for kitties here. I’m sure lots of people will benefit from your wisdom here…my two little girlfriends (Pasha & Carra) would love to have you, lol!

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  544. Laura   April 28, 2013 at 6:04 am  

    Mississippi State University or Memphis or Birmingham

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  545. Angela Murdock   April 28, 2013 at 6:07 am  

    Hi. We would love you to come to Salt Lake City, Utah. I am a specialized cat groomer. I also have worked in rescue for 18 years. We have a strong presence here with No More Homeless Pets and Best Friends and many of our shelters are struggling to become no kill. Still there is so much lacking in terms of behavior and understanding for cats. I learn so much from the show. We would LOVE for you to come here.

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  546. Kelly O'Connor   April 28, 2013 at 6:15 am  

    Albany, NY area please! Lots of great shelters in the area, and a lot of cat and animal lovers too!

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  547. Rita   April 28, 2013 at 6:26 am  

    Please come to the Florida Keys. Along with the Hemmingway House issue we have a huge feral cat vs. bird issue. Also my cat is not using her litter box at all! She pees on a pad on the bed then I remove the pad and she lies in the same spot and goes to sleep. Who pees where they sleep? I love her so but this is crazy! Also you could visit Dolphin Research Center where we also have 9 working cats some of whom could use your help. We use positive reinforcement with the dolphins but I’ve never seen a clicker trained cat before I saw your show.

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  548. DebraR   April 28, 2013 at 6:40 am  

    My new home town of Austin TX. Their goal is to become a no-kill city. Plenty of animal lover’s and volunteers here in Austin!

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  549. Jen   April 28, 2013 at 6:44 am  

    ATLANTA!!!

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  550. Melanie J. Skunca   April 28, 2013 at 7:00 am  

    Good Morning Jackson from good ole Long Island, NY,

    How ya doinnnnnn :)

    I enjoy and learn new things from all of your episodes. We in NY would love to have you come here for your book tour!!!!

    Please consider us for the tour!!!

    And thank you for answering my question on Facebook about the “Fur Collar”.

    Sincerely,

    Melanie J. Skunca
    New Hyde Park, NY

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  551. Andi   April 28, 2013 at 7:29 am  

    Akron Ohio!!! For a long while there, Akron was not a friendly place for cats. It probably still is (I live in a neighboring town). My friend, may she rest in peace, would see people dump cats at an abandoned house next door to her. Being a cat lover herself with 4 cats of her own, she would see this happen and would be so upset. So, she decided to do what she could which was to buy extra food and go over to this abandoned house every day, twice a day, to make sure the cats who got dumped there got fresh food and water. Today, the cats are gone (most rescued by her and turned to the Humane Society for adoption) and the abandoned house got renovated and a family lives there now. But, for the heart of gold people, like my friend, in our area who stand up for cats and cats’ rights are really going above and beyond when others think they are totally crazy…. Anyways, we have a wonderful Humane Society called Pawsibilities of Greater Akron in Twinsburg Ohio (they had to move to Twinsburg to get a bigger place) and I nominate them for the next place you should go! They do a tremendous job in healing those who come to them and non-stop working with them to ease the animals so they become adoptable. http://www.summithumane.org/home/ So Purrrrty Please! Please come to our area! You have a huge fan base here who would just love to meet you!!!! Thanks for the opportunity to post this!

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  552. Ilene Kirby   April 28, 2013 at 7:30 am  

    Happy Birthday Jackson!

    It would be purfeccctttt if you would visit Tabby’s Place in Ringoes, New Jersey – an awesome no-kill cat sanctuary where cats are given love, safe surroundings, medical care, and can live out their lives if not adopted..although a furever home is the goal!

    I am a volunteer at Tabby’s Place and know how important the work that Tabby’s Place and you do for our feline friends – and a visit by you to support your fantastic book to this cat friendly town would be a blessing!

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    1. Erica   April 28, 2013 at 12:05 pm  

      I LOVE TABBIES PLACE! <3

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      1. Erica   April 28, 2013 at 12:05 pm  

        Tabby’s*

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  553. Elizabeth Grider   April 28, 2013 at 7:38 am  

    Please come to Cleveland OH. We have so many wonderful volunteers and individuals who work tirelessly for our cat and kittens. I volunteer for Berea Animal Rescue, a no kill, no time limit shelter that has done so much good. We have a TLC program that works with the aggressive and fearful to help them get adopted as soon as possible. But there are other groups:Rainbow Connection that depends solely on foster homes and fund raises continually to support those caretakers; Other shelters locally include Erie Shores, Love-a-Stray to mention a few. A visit by you would raise awareness I am sure of these and more to find more adopters as well as supporters. Thank you for all you do Jackson. Your love shines through on every case shown!

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  554. Andrea   April 28, 2013 at 7:49 am  

    Please come to Dayton, OH. Lots of cats for adoption, would be great if we could get the spotlight on them to find loving homes! Dogs seem to get most of the attention here:).

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  555. Deborah   April 28, 2013 at 7:59 am  

    The great thing about Seattle & Portland being so close together is that it’s sort of a 2-fer. Just sayin’… & there are some deeply involved cat people up here, while at the same time a lot of clueless folks. In between is Joint Base Lewis-McChord…where lots of pets get left behind when people are restationed.

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  556. Mary   April 28, 2013 at 8:06 am  

    Hey, Jackson. I am a huge fan and also a foster mom to a panther girl and a tuxedo girl. COME TO YOUR HOMETOWN NEW YORK!!! You know you want to!!! I can’t wait to meet you in person. You are my Cat Daddy hero. I have learned so much from you and look forward to learning more. I first met you through your fabulous book – never knew about your show or anything. It was a great introduction to you and all of your good works.

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  557. Claire Wolfe   April 28, 2013 at 8:11 am  

    Please come to Washington DC. There are no shortage of cats and cat lovers here! You can help me with my first ever experience with a spraying neutered cat – I am at my wit’s end!

    Come out to DC for the National Capital Cat Show, September 7-8, 2013. It is the largest cat show on the East Coast and gets lots of gate. We will set up a booth for you to sell your book and meet the people and cats!! You would be a huge draw to our show! And you can even meet my spraying cat – although I promise he won’t spray in your booth!

    Come on out!! We need you!

    Claire Wolfe
    Germantown, MD

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  558. Kate Chimienti   April 28, 2013 at 8:15 am  

    Boston Massachusetts could use a visit ! Your wealth of knowledge is needed here! Your book was so inspiring! Hope to see you soon. =) #TeamCatMojo

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  559. Jan Simmons   April 28, 2013 at 8:21 am  

    Pittsburgh, PA. Biggest cat lover in the world – outside of Jackson- a 14 year old, who has planned her entire life to be a cat vet. With her mother (another cat lover) has adopted and homed 4 feral cats.

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  560. Kimberly Dick   April 28, 2013 at 8:26 am  

    Jackson, we would love to have you come to Cleveland, Ohio. We have an amazing number of grass-roots cat rescue organizations, but our area was also one of the hardest hit in the foreclosure crisis, so we have so many cats in need. Having your presence here would certainly raise awareness to our residents of the proper need for spay/neuter and care for these precious animals. Thank you for all you do.

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  561. Heidi   April 28, 2013 at 8:58 am  

    Please come to the Boston area!!! My husband and I and our 4 cats love your show and we’re looking forward to book release.

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  562. Greg   April 28, 2013 at 9:00 am  

    Come to San Francisco Bay Area!

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  563. deb   April 28, 2013 at 9:29 am  

    Eugene, OR!! We have a ton of people who need help with their cats!!

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  564. Melissa Slovak   April 28, 2013 at 9:40 am  

    Hey Jackson,

    Please come to Asheville, NC! Asheville is a very progressive animal friendly community with 2 no kill shelters, however the rest of NC is not so viable in it’s support of companion animals. There are also several great independent book stores that would love to host you!
    If you did a stop here in Asheville, perhaps you could bring awareness to the plight of hundreds of cats that are inhumanely euthanized every day in the gas chamber. I am currently lobbying to have the gas chamber banned and offer no kill solutions to underserved communities here in NC.

    Love you Cat Daddy, keep on Rockin!

    Melissa Slovak

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  565. Sandy Sanford   April 28, 2013 at 10:14 am  

    SAN DIEGO!!!!!! The Society here has a facility that looks like a plush resort for the cats up for adoption. The cat shows are always well attended. AND….. we have San Diego weather. What more could you ask for?

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  566. Blu   April 28, 2013 at 10:59 am  

    St Petersburg FL

    Theres a legondary book store who’s caretakers have a cat who likes to sit on the register where you check out. – great spot for a book promotion.

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  567. Kim   April 28, 2013 at 11:11 am  

    Jackson, the Motorcity needs some cat mojo! Please come to Detroit, MI!

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  568. Erica   April 28, 2013 at 11:59 am  

    Come to Austin, TX! We have some of the most state of art and progressive homeless cat programs in the country and one of the oldest no kill shelters – Austin Humane Society, which has a huge Trap-Neuter-Release program, and Austin Pets Alive! Austin loves it’s animals (especially kitties) so much that even Grumpy Cat saw Austin fit to visit for SXSW this year.

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  569. Diana Errington   April 28, 2013 at 12:08 pm  

    Come to Walnut Creek, CA, in the east bay of San Francisco! If nothing else, it would give you an opportunity to tour Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation which does incredible work. In fact, there are many, many wonderful cat rescue groups in this area. That must translate to a true love of cats…and Jackson. Come see us!!!

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  570. Nancy Colby   April 28, 2013 at 12:37 pm  

    Do you want to see the biggest and best no kill cat shelter and their amazing ( and sometimes in need of your services) cats? Come to sunny Sarasota, Florida and visit Cat Depot.
    http://Www.catdepot.org

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  571. Cindy   April 28, 2013 at 1:05 pm  

    I second the nomination of SAN DIEGO! In addition to the SDHS, we have a wonderful Feral Cat Coalition that does monthly spay/neuter clinics around the county; they just opened a stand-alone clinic too. We also have the Escondido Humane Society in North County, so there are lots of cat lovers in the vicinity.

    I also think it would be great if you went to the Hemingway Home & Museum in Florida. They’ve been harassed by the USDA for a long time, and it would be great to shine a light on their care of the historic colony of cats who live on the grounds.

    Come to think of it, it would be very cool if you could do a segment(s) on cat colonies, TNR, spay/neuter, to help educate the public. I know you’ve touched on these issues before, but a real focus could do wonders. Another thought is a look at cats in shelters or building relationships between shelters and feral groups. I work with both, and I’m often frustrated by the lack of trust on both sides. It’s understandable to some extent, but it would be so much better for the cats if both sides worked TOGETHER. Thank you for your consideration!

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  572. Antonio   April 28, 2013 at 1:08 pm  

    Come to Sarasota, Florida! We love cats here and would love for you to come! There’s a place called the Cat Depot and there are plenty of cats there that could use your help if available! :)

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  573. Margaret   April 28, 2013 at 1:11 pm  

    Williamsburg or Hampton Roads, Virginia! We have a large cat loving population, including a great shelte with a new play area for cats, a great library system (one of the highest utilized in the country based on population), great Barnes & Noble, lots of things to see and do. Most importantly, my cat NEEDS HELP! My adopted cat has recently started leaving daily gifts of pee despite having two boxes (large, no tops, no liners, kept clean) and using Feliway. I’m getting fairly desperate – the vet’s advice was to “make her an outside cat.” Between the hawks, cars, wandering dogs and other wildlife, I don’t consider that a good option. HELP!

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  574. MommyMaudlin   April 28, 2013 at 1:24 pm  

    Silver Spring, MD or Washington, DC. We LOVE you here!

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  575. Brian Davy   April 28, 2013 at 2:06 pm  

    East/North East of Sacramento, the West Placer County towns of Roseville, Lincoln, Loomis, Rocklin and Auburn served by the volunteer organization, Fieldhaven Feline Center who have rescued cats from as far away as NJ after the Hurricane Sandy disaster. Their state of the art rescue center supports various programs like their SNAP – Spay Neuter Assistance Program, Trap Spay and Release of Feral cats, Rescue of Sick, Injured and at risk cats, Public Education and cat adoption programs through their center and PetSmart stores in the area. We all love your show, use the helpful behavioral tips with our own animals and would love to have you show up in our area for some shows, book signings, etc. A stop for a book signing at Fieldhaven’s annual fundraiser, Cats, Classics and Cabernet, June 15th, 2013, would be an opportunity to meet and greet several hundred cat enthusiasts and Fieldhaven supporters.

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  576. Maureen   April 28, 2013 at 2:44 pm  

    We have a lot of cat lovers in North East Pennsylvania. Wilkes-Berra, PA is the place for the Cat Daddy to come next. We all need a little help with our loveable if trying sometime friends.

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  577. Marchea   April 28, 2013 at 2:50 pm  

    Anchorage, Alaska! There are lots of cat lovers here in the last frontier! It’s a beautiful state and you can have a mini vacation while you help to solve our cat dilemmas!

    Please come to the land of the midnight sun!

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    1. Alison   May 6, 2013 at 2:00 pm  

      Yes! Anchorage (and surrounding area)! We fostered a kitty from Clear Creek Cat Rescue (The website I posted – we’re not affiliated with them in any way other than being a foster home). We were his second foster home because he couldn’t get along with the other foster kitty at the first and we only have a calm, cat loving dog.

      This is our 5th foster kitty. He started off extremely skittish and the quietest room we could find was our teenage son’s room. We thought it would just be a couple days in there until he relaxed a bit. It took this cat a month to venture out, the entire time flicking his tail while yowling and demanding affection.

      Now the cat does nothing but terrorize the dog and corner her if she dares to cross the cat’s path… The cat has claimed the entire upstairs as his and is now trying to take over the downstairs. The poor dog, she’s never shown any aggression towards the cat at all and now she’s too terrified to go to her girl’s room. We often have to rescue the dog because the cat has her trapped in a corner.

      The cat seems to be in a constant state of agitation, he still constantly twitches his tail, even when he walks up to us and just sits and watches us. I don’t get this cat at all! I’m ready to build a cat walk around the top of the walls.

      Jackson, we’ll be first in line to get your book! We’re at a loss with this cat! Plus Alaska is absolutely beautiful in the summer.

      p.s.

      After three+ months we decided to adopt this cat permanently rather than force him to adjust to yet another home. He appears to have been through a lot in his short 2 year life (abandoned in Houston in the middle of winter!).

      So this long haired, Main Coon mix, adult male cat is all ours – I was personally wanting a short haired, female kitten. But the cat has seriously attached himself to our son and for the first time our son has attached himself to a pet. He even cleans the litter box without being told! (His room’s another story.)

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      1. Alison   May 6, 2013 at 2:08 pm  

        Clarification: Houston, Alaska… not Houston, Texas!!!!

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  578. Krystal   April 28, 2013 at 2:52 pm  

    Anchorage, Alaska from me too!!! And summer is the perfect time, its so beautiful here! You must come. :-)

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  579. Deb   April 28, 2013 at 3:28 pm  

    Rome NY, please ! We have a large feral cat population, with a great grass roots organization of all volunteers called R-CATS that has been responsible for many TNR’s and adoptions of as many ferals as possible. They have been working so hard to keep kitties from going to the local shelter that is not unfortunately a no kill shelter. Please come out and see us, we’re all big fans and could use your advice !

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  580. Nicoll Vincent   April 28, 2013 at 3:45 pm  

    I live and work in Westfield, Massachusetts, which is about 15 minutes west of Springfield. Western Massachusetts is always forgotten, LOL!

    We have a lot of cat shelters and rescue groups in the area – many people who are passionate about rescuing or rehabilitating lost or abandoned cats and finding them forever homes.

    Personally, as a cat groomer, I’m always wanting to learn more about cat behavior to make grooming sessions more enjoyable or at least, less stressful. I would love the opportunity to meet you in person or just watch you work (I can be your assistant for the day perhaps?).

    Thank you for your time and I hope we’ll see you in the area!

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  581. Tara   April 28, 2013 at 3:55 pm  

    Come to Reno! I have three cats, all of which behave very well for the most part but I want to take Jackson out to dinner! Like any metropolitan area we have our share of irresponsible people who don’t fix their cats but we have an amazing animal shelter in Reno that is combined with the humane society and take care of the kitties beautifully. I would love the opportunity to take you on a tour of it. Love watching your show, my cats watch it too and I always remind them that’s NOT how you behave, so far they haven’t gotten any ideas, so that’s good. :o)

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  582. ann stubbendeck   April 28, 2013 at 4:47 pm  

    Lincoln Nebraska! We have and awesome no-kill cat shelter (The Cat House)that Jackson should visit and I could use some help figuring out why my cat bites visitors.

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  583. Eric   April 28, 2013 at 5:05 pm  

    Please come to New Jersey. Lots and lots of cat lovers here.

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    1. Mary   April 29, 2013 at 9:41 am  

      Yes, Jackson please come to NYC/NJ. We need your help!!

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  584. John Stinson   April 28, 2013 at 5:33 pm  

    I know Chicagoans would love to get some cat daddy love. I know I have a problem cat who is 6 year’s old who likes to pea all over the place. I have tried all of your cat solving technics and still am coming up empty handed. Help my Jackson. I also can get you a place to have your band play if you come out to chicago but Im not one of the lucky ones to get help.

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    1. John Stinson   April 28, 2013 at 5:33 pm  

      Happy Birthday Jackson!!!

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  585. Jill Blum   April 28, 2013 at 5:42 pm  

    Baltimore, MD – tons of cat parents here!!

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  586. Manny   April 28, 2013 at 6:12 pm  

    Please come down to Philadelphia or Southern New Jersey. We would love to see you! = )

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  587. Michelle Kean   April 28, 2013 at 6:32 pm  

    I am part of a no kill cat rescue in the county in NJ that has the animal shelter with the highest euthanasia rate in the entire state. We are small but dour best to keep cats out of that shelter. I currently foster a mommy and her 5 kittens that were born in my bedroom closet Fter one of our volunteers rescued her. We run our rescue solely on donations and by volunteers. If you could come to our local Barnes and Noble in Deptford, NJ we would be able to get a ton of donations to help ours all struggling rescue continue ue to keep cats out of that horrible shelter.

    Please consider helping us help the many helpless cats stay out of that high kill shelter!

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  588. Kim   April 28, 2013 at 7:20 pm  

    Orlando or Jacksonville, Fl!!!! Nothing would make living in the Sunshine Stare better than getting to hear you present about the most amazing animals!!!

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  589. CameraCat   April 28, 2013 at 7:39 pm  

    Lots of responses! People need cat mojo, clearly!
    I also could use some cat mojo. I live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This is a city that sometimes catches hits via internet news because we have a terrific Animal Services department, which has made headlines around the world because it boasts great return-to-guardian rates and very low euthanasia rates. I googled one of MANY articles about it; forgive me, I haven’t done a ton of due-diligence research on the google search, but I have read lots articles backing up this information (thus I am confident this is an excellent program, especially as it has had such success with our stray cats). Please look to the following link to give you a bit of info about the city and our Animal Services… you will find it pretty encouraging!
    http://shelterreform.org/blog1/2012/03/04/the-calgary-no-kill-model/
    Anyhoo… I have of course consulted with a number of vets, animal centres and various animal services. Our problem is cat-on-cat aggression within our 3-housecat hold. We adopted an older kitty from said animal services, and she is wonderful… with people. She is pretty rough on one of our other older kitties.
    Perhaps she was a tough street-cat for a long time? She was 10 when we brought her home. She really turned on our kitty Charlie, who is the same age as her. Charlie is declawed, which I think makes him fearful of her, who is intact with her claws.
    Ironically, she did need to have several teeth removed when she was rescued. Poor little Nikita only has one fang left, poor baby! She is also much smaller than Charlie. But she is TOUGH. She shoots daggers out of her eyes at him whenever they are in the same room.
    We TRIED for so long, but after 2 years, we separated the feuding felines. It breaks my heart, but it was too stressful for poor Charlie, who started urinating in areas around the house. Nikita also seemed unhappy when they were together, because she focused so much on stalking him, that she couldn’t allow her guard down and be her sweet self. So she lives upstairs in the ensuite, and he lives downstairs in the kitchen/living room area.
    Oy… sorry. This is a long story. So, to sum up… it would be wonderful if you made a trip to Canada! And, of course, it would be a dream come true if you came to Calgary.

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  590. tressa   April 28, 2013 at 7:44 pm  

    Please come to Ann Arbor, MI. We would love to meet you!

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  591. Liz   April 28, 2013 at 8:47 pm  

    Somewhere in the Eastern and far-eastern section of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Contra Costa County, which includes: Antioch, Pittsburg, Brentwood, Oakley, Bethel Island, Discovery Bay, Byron, Knightsen, Bay Point, Pleasant Hill, Concord, Walnut Creek, and environs…..many towns; many cat lovers!

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  592. Bonnie Swanson   April 28, 2013 at 9:27 pm  

    We found a beautiful ferrel cat at about 6 weeks. He has been a blessing but he still loves to bite our hands and arms. My husband is 64 and I am 62. Our 2 older cats had to be put down a couple years ago with health and age problems. They were both 21 yrs old. Training this new cat has been interesting….to say the least….We live in Houston, Tx and would love your help…..Thanks, Bonnie Swanson

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  593. Jeff Donahue   April 28, 2013 at 9:32 pm  

    Please come to Sarasota, Florida and visit Cat Depot, where I volunteer. We have several cats that need your guidance and are patiently waiting for you! Cat Depot is an absolutely amazing facility and well worth the trip just to see it.

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  594. Sarah   April 28, 2013 at 10:13 pm  

    Hi Jackson! I am a huge fan of your show, and I am so touched by what you do. I would be so happy if you could come visit all of the cat lovers in Los Angeles California!

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  595. Hillevi   April 28, 2013 at 10:28 pm  

    Round Rock, Texas
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    If you come to Vegas I would love for you to help my fiance and I out. We have a 2 dog and 4 cat household. 2 of our cats were feral kittens that we rescued at 5 weeks of age but they are not the problem. Out 2 older cats are – my cat just has not settled in. She is aggressive toward the 4th cat in our household and we just can not figure it out. We honestly could use your help.

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  596. Peggy Key   April 28, 2013 at 11:26 pm  

    It’s simple where you should go. You’e going to be in Nashville, so you should come here — to JACKSON, TN.

    I’ve got a project of 3 for you…and may get you to work with my sister some.

    One appears to be a foreclosure cat who appeared during the terrible flooding we had May 1, 2010. The other two, who are a grown female and a young (by now) male who came from the Humane Society and me make up the family. Until last July, my mother was here as well. She suffered from dementia and would come and go. Had it not been for Floosy sitting in my lap for hours on end at night while I sat and cried….knowing the end was coming…I think I would have lost my mind. After Mama died, Floosy was my comfort. I adopted the other two in October, 2012.

    Now Floosy has to share the house.

    And she hides. However, She’s much better. She’ll at least be in the room with the others, but it’s not consistent and she always, always, always growls. I seem to be the source of jealousy. Felix is so young, he doesn’t seem to understand “it’s not your time to cuddle.”

    Sissy is older than Floosy and so gentle. Apparently her previous owner died and nobody took her. She is a little mama to Felix and has a sweet disposition.

    My sister has two little boys — now six — who were abandoned by their mother before they could eat. They were dropper fed until they could eat. Apparently, they’ve trashed her house. She won’t let me see it. She also feeds every stray cat who appears in the neighborhood, and there seem to be a lot. We seem to be a drop-off poing.

    We’re two hours from this side of Nashville….straight down I40 and if you’re going to be out by the airport, it will take you 2 1/2 hours to get here.

    I just think Jackson coming to Jackson would be a great idea.

    I know some of the things wrong here, but I don’t know what I should do first….clear the clutter or fix toys for the cats. I could really use a wise word of advise from somebody who could assess it and suggest. Mama had kept tax records as far back as 1957. That’s just an idea of what I’m facing.

    I miss Floosy. I’d like to see her confident enough or trusting enough to not spit every time she’s in the room with the others. I’d like to see her enjoy the house again. It’s not fair for her to hide.

    There are some things I know. There aren’t enough high shelves that they can get on. I have too many chakas as well as my mother’s treasures. Not to mention all the junk he left. Mama never ever through away anything. I’ve found tax records from 1957, and there’s so much more.

    I can’t even park in the garage because it’s so full….but much less full than it was.

    It’s a thought. I’d love to have you.

    One last thing, Floosy is an inside/outside cat. She goes out until she gets hungry…or if it rains, then she comes in. The other two stay in all the time. And Floosy stays low. Felix is the climber. His favorite thing is to hide in the chair when Floosy walks by and jump out to scare her. He just turned one

    Summary of Cats: Floosy, age 5, neutered female, solid white, golden eyes, American short hair.
    Sissy, age 6 (age least), neutered female, solid white, green eyes, American medium hair.
    Felix, age 1, neutered male, solid black except for small spot of white on belly that looks like a little Speedo. Felix is hard to find when the lights are off. Lips, eyes, nose, toe pads, everything is black.

    Floosy is my first cat but the least secure. Sissy and Felix bonded with each other because I kept them together behind the gate in a separate room when I first brought them home. Floosy has not bonded with either of the other two and still hisses at both.

    She will eat in the same room with them now, and on occasion, will stay in the room where they are. She’s petrified of storms, so if they’re with me during a storm, her need to be close to me during a storm overcomes her fear of them.

    Truthfully? I don’t know who has the issues….Floosy, Felix, or me. My vet said, “let them work it out”, but that has really worked. I do try to play with both of them in front of the other, but Felix want to play with EVERYTHING if anybody else is playing with it.

    HELP! I really don’t want to turn into The Crazy Cat Lady.

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  597. missewon   April 29, 2013 at 12:37 am  

    Duuuuude. First of all, do you know how many fans you have in San Diego? I’m sure you could pack a few people into a bookstore such as Warwicks in La Jolla. If you want to go the public library route, I happen to work in the library and we would LOVE to have you speak there!

    PLUS… my kitty Cinnabun needs to meet you desperately.

    XOXO, plus Happy Birthday,
    Erin

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  598. Valerie   April 29, 2013 at 1:41 am  

    Anchorage, AK! We love our kitties here!

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  599. Cristina   April 29, 2013 at 3:09 am  

    Come to Charlotte, NC!!!!

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  600. Laura Aceto   April 29, 2013 at 3:32 am  

    Love your show! Would love to meet you! How about Deptford NJ (or Philadelphia PA). Furrever Friends Cat Rescue people are all waving hello!

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  601. Joyce Gabbert   April 29, 2013 at 3:56 am  

    Minneapolis/St. Paul – we have great humane society system, the Walk for Animals fundraiser is a huge event.

    I just finishd your book – loved it!

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  602. Chris Anderson   April 29, 2013 at 4:09 am  

    Jackson,

    I love what you do with our cat friends, teaching guardians to understand their four legged babies is needed in every corner of this country. I have 7 in my house, they get along beautifully, no problems. I want to help spread the teachings and have been doing so at every chance I get. I always have time to help people understand their cats.
    I have had people who ask if I will take their cat in for a while to do a little personality retraining, and this has worked for several cats so far. We call it KITTY BOOT CAMP. After completing all lessons they need to learn, they go back home and so far, every one of them have been helped. In this house they learn confidence, human touch, and the ability to live with other cats. My cats actually help with some of this training they receive here.
    We are in a small town in WI with very little chance of ever getting you to come here, but I know so many people that could use help understanding their fur baby(ies). I would love to see more people spreading the message of love, understanding, and help for these beautiful creatures called CATS.

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  603. Lynn Erbach   April 29, 2013 at 4:28 am  

    You should visit Shadow Cats in Round Rock (Austin area) Texas. It is a great cat sanctuary. http://www.shadowcats.net

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    1. kathy   April 29, 2013 at 7:40 am  

      I agree, Shadow Cats has done lots of wonderful work with homeless cats. It would be great for you to visit that place.

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    2. Debora   May 2, 2013 at 11:24 am  

      Shadow Cats Rescue in Round Rock TX is an incredible organization.
      Their facility is fully catified all for the care of FelV and a few other special needs kitties.

      I would be so jealous of your visit, since I live a couple thousand miles from them!

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  604. John Bellucci   April 29, 2013 at 5:46 am  

    There is a nice, relatively new Barne’s & Noble in Beavercreek, Ohio. My wife and I live in the neighboring town of Xenia, Ohio, with our pride of Cats, and I know there are MANY other Cat Lovers in the area. In fact, one of our Cats came from a local Cat Rescue … most of our little kids either came to us, or were born here in our barn! At any rate, we have a fairly peaceable Feline kingdom, but we would still love to purchase your latest book … and having it signed would be the icing on the cake! Hope to see you one day! Take care.

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  605. Jane R   April 29, 2013 at 5:50 am  

    Come see ShadowCats sanctuary in Round Rock (Austin) Tx..

    It’s a home for cats with illnesses and behavior issues.

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  606. Ruthann Panipinto   April 29, 2013 at 7:36 am  

    Yes! Please come to Shadowcats Rescue sanctuary in Round Rock, TX just north of Austin. Hope to see you there! You will love it!

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  607. Michael V   April 29, 2013 at 8:02 am  

    Please come to Round Rock TX (Near Austin). There is a fantastic cat sanctuary called Shadow Cats http://www.shadowcats.net which has a great TNR program as well as a sanctuary for FeLV, other illness and behavioral issue cats. providing them a loving and well cared for environment allowing them to thrive.

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  608. Amy   April 29, 2013 at 9:11 am  

    Austin, TX! We have a ton of rescues in this area and we’d love to have you!

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  609. Diane Kusenback   April 29, 2013 at 9:28 am  

    I say San Diego… I have 8 kitties that let me live in their house; with close to 2M people, I’m sure there are plenty of other feline lovers here as well!

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  610. Susan   April 29, 2013 at 11:43 am  

    I think you should come to Phoenix Az. I know you have been here before……come again!!

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  611. David Murphy   April 29, 2013 at 11:51 am  

    Come visit the Shadow Cats sanctuary in Round Rock, Texas! The Austin area has a tremendous awareness and support of TNR and is very supportive of a wide variety of animal rescue efforts. And we all watch your show ;o)

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  612. Kansas Humane   April 29, 2013 at 12:02 pm  

    Wichita Kansas has an HUGE new animal shelter that would love a visit. Lots of cats.

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  613. Kimberly Chandler   April 29, 2013 at 12:08 pm  

    I am the Communications Manager for Nevada Humane Society, a no-kill animal welfare organization that finds homes and provides care for homeless animals, bringing people and animals together to make Washoe County one of the safest metropolitan areas in the country for homeless pets. We absolutely love your show! Bonney Brown, our Executive Director, reached out to you at the No More Homeless Pets Conference last October. We’d love it if you came to Reno! Our community is amazing and while we work at saving homeless pets, we also work with the community through our Animal Help Desk, which helps to keep people and pets together, as opposed to surrendering a pet to the shelter. Your visit would attract thousands of people from Northern Nevada and Northern California, and we know it would benefit both our homeless cats and you! Please consider us! Call with questions ay 775-856-2000 ext. 324 or visit our website. Thank you!

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  614. Debbie   April 29, 2013 at 12:12 pm  

    Jackson, please come to Wichita Kansas. The Kansas Humane Society is here and I’m sure we can find you a cat to work with. Lots of cats here and some from hell no doubt.

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  615. Kelly   April 29, 2013 at 12:19 pm  

    Shadow Cats sanctuary in Round Rock Texas. Wonderful organization that is huge with TNR. They spend countless helping educate the surrounding communities with the importance of the TNR program. All volunteer. http://www.shadowcats.net/

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  616. Chantel   April 29, 2013 at 12:24 pm  

    We would love to have you in Wichita, Ks. The programs we have at the Kansas Humane Society are great. I’m a foster Mom and love it when all my babies get their forever homes.

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  617. Monisa   April 29, 2013 at 12:47 pm  

    Wichita, KS. Right in the middle of USA. We love animals and there is a BIG cat lover population here.

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  618. Bette   April 29, 2013 at 1:06 pm  

    Hey, what about coming to the center of it all–Wichita, Kansas! I know tons of cat people in this area would love to see you! And we have a terrific Humane Society here that is definitely state-of-the-art that you should see.

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  619. leslie Leavitt   April 29, 2013 at 1:37 pm  

    Please come to the Austin area with a stop at Shadowcats Rescue in Round Rock. The do incredible work and I think they may have a few cats that could benefit from your expertise.

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  620. Melissa   April 29, 2013 at 2:02 pm  

    St. Louis

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  621. pam rogers   April 29, 2013 at 2:29 pm  

    please visit shadow cats in roundrock texas this place saves furrbabies awesome place to visit

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  622. Diana Bryson-Brooks   April 29, 2013 at 3:46 pm  

    I am a faithful follower of My Cat from Hell. I have learned so much from Jackson Galaxy. Please come to Wichita, Kansas!
    Sincerely,
    Diana

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  623. Linda Eisenhauer   April 29, 2013 at 5:05 pm  

    Hi Jackson I would love for you to visit some of the bookstores or Animal Shelters in Peoria, Canton, or Galesburg in Illinois. Would love the chance to chat and share some cat mojo! Linda Eisenhauer

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  624. Pat Leitner   April 29, 2013 at 5:08 pm  

    Please visit Washington, D.C. We love our cats and dogs — regardless of our/their paw-litics — and we have so many wonderful rescue organizations doing such good work (Capitol Cats, Friends of Homeless Animals, Washington Humane Society, Washington Animal Rescue League, to name just a few).

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  625. Joan Gasparoni   April 29, 2013 at 6:12 pm  

    Come to Saraosta, Florida – Home of “The Cat Depot”, the premier state of the art cat facility! You WILL be impressed!

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  626. Lindsey   April 29, 2013 at 6:46 pm  

    Come to Wichita, Kansas!!! We are working hard to change our approach to better counsel people wanting to relinquish their cat in order for them to work on a solution to their problem before giving up. We also work hard to manage cats in the shelter and we have great cat lovers who work hard to adopt out kitties. We are also working hard at promoting TNR and getting animal control to accept Feral Freedom.
    Jackson is the best and uses common sense techniques to make cats and their humans happier!! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Jennifer   April 30, 2013 at 6:14 am  

      Come to Wichita, Kansas the Kansas Humane Society has a been doing a great job of educating the community about animals.

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  627. Tina Steele   April 29, 2013 at 7:09 pm  

    There is a little city on the south central Gulf Coast of Florida that was founded on the circus tradition, and goes by the name of Sarasota. It has flourished to become a hub of the arts. It also has a big heart when it comes to taking care of animals, and we have several rescues that work to keep as many unwanted animals, big and small, from being euthanized….but it’s not easy. So, Mr. Galaxy, you would not only be very welcome here, your presence could bring some much-needed attention to the plight of our four-legged friends. I volunteer at Cat Depot, a state-of-the-art, no-kill, free-roam shelter, and we have a wonderful little store that would be a wonderful venue for you to hold a book signing….just sayin’

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  628. Suz   April 29, 2013 at 9:17 pm  

    Come visit Silicon Valley!

    If for no other reason, you have to see the truly unbelievable animal community center at the Silicon Valley Humane Society in Milpitas, CA. It’s an amazing place that was built entirely by private donation and is supported by thousands of volunteers, all of whom have gone through comprehensive training in order to work with the cats who live there while waiting for their forever home. We love our “cats from hell” whom we affectionately call “diamond” cats.

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  629. Sioux Warling   April 30, 2013 at 5:18 am  

    Jackson,
    Cat lovers abound in Sarasota, retirement capital of FL…… All my friends have cats….. in fact, one has lost friendships over her “attack cat” which we thought was just kitten behavior and dismissed, until it got to be 2-4 years old and continued it’s aggressive behavior. Sure does ruin a dinner party……when the cat attacks every foot under the table.
    Cat Depot is an amazing “no-kill” shelter that does awesome work in their new state of the art facility! Best I’ve ever seen!

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  630. Michelle Berkoff   April 30, 2013 at 6:48 am  

    Austin/Austin Metro area, TX! We have great rescue groups here, but they can’t save everyone…Pawsitive Karma travels to get cats and kittens on the euthanasia lists. See Mango on their website, she was pulled from a hoarding situation w/80+ other cats in Mesquite, TX and none of the other rescues wanted her. Pawsitive Karma picked her up just before she was going to be euthanized and she’s now in a loving foster home waiting for her forever family. http://www.pawsitivekarmarescue.com. I just adopted one of a litter of five that was on the EU list that they rescued.

    We also have Austin Pets Alive! trying to make Austin a no-kill city. I just adopted a kitty from there, too. And there’s Shadow Cats. Please come here and help us bring awareness of kill shelters to more of the population so we can save more lives!

    And I’m getting ready to introduce the two kittens to my 11 y/o cat, Nala – so I might need your help! :-)

    We would love to have you and Book People (an independent book store) would be the perfect place for a book signing, along with the main Austin Pets Alive! location, which would result in more adoptions. Can’t wait to see you! ;-)

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  631. Allison   April 30, 2013 at 7:37 am  

    It would be awesome for you to come visit Bell County, TX where Fort Hood Military Base is. I’m a professional pet sitter and I know their are a lot of people here who love their cats and dogs very much and will do anything for them. My two cats are my children with my two dogs and everyone knows I’ll bend over backwards to help my own and others. I’ve watched every episode and use some of your techniques and suggestions with new kitty clients and they really do work. I’ve even got a client now who is working very hard on getting a feral outdoor maine coon comfortable with them to make him an indoor cat with their two other cats. There has been a lot of progress but still a long way to go. Your visit here will not go unnoticed and I would be first in line to meet you! Come to Killeen, TX!!!

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  632. Yvonne   April 30, 2013 at 9:57 am  

    Please, Please, Please, come to Miami, Florida, there are tons of CATS FROM HELL and we need your help. We have written to you in the past via email. I received response that you were not coming to Florida at that time. PLEASE we need your help in my house and in my hometown! YOU CAN ALSO VISIT THE MOST AMAZING PLACE ******A CAT COUNTRY HOUSE!!! THEY HAVE BEEN HERE IN MIAMI FOR 30 YEARS YOU WOULD LOVE IT!!! http://www.acountrycathouse.com/

    See ya soon!! we need you at home, it is turning to HOME FROM HELL!

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  633. alina   April 30, 2013 at 10:09 am  

    Hi Jackson! we need you in Miami! there are a lot of stray cats that need your help, there are a lot of fans too. Miami due to the different cultures living here ( we are a melting pot) needs education on cats!!. There are still people that sacrifice black cats on certain days of the year.. yeap, vodoo and santeria and all…. also a lot of superstition about cats.. please come!!! I have 4 cats, 3 black and 13 yrs old, they were left by a mama cat on my doorstep during a Halloween night. We found them when we were giving out candy to the kids.. their names are Onyx, Charcoal and Midnight, 3 sisters… i also have a new addition Snowflake who is 1.5 years old and likes to terrorize Midnight, however, i am learning a lot from your shows and working with her, she is really sweet. we just also inherited another male cat, who is outside, lives in my fenced in backyard, his name is Tuxy, and is adorable.. working with him also. Please come!!! my BB Yvonne needs you desperately, she has 3 cats, 2 boys and 1 girl and none get alone, she plays musical chairs with them, moving them from room to room, and the main boy Rusty, pees all over the place marking his territory and all over the clothes, bags, etc… she is going nuts! come, come come! I want to give you a great big hug and kiss! you are awesome!! Thank you!

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  634. Marlana   April 30, 2013 at 10:28 am  

    Please come to Lincoln, NE! I am a volunteer at The Cat House, a no-kill all cat shelter here. It would be amazing if you could come visit! Plus, there are quite a few kitties that could use your magic to help them get adopted!

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  635. Adri Lopez   April 30, 2013 at 10:49 am  

    Please make Miami FL your next stop :) Thanks! Meoowwwww

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  636. Karen   April 30, 2013 at 12:56 pm  

    I would love you to come to Minneapolis/St.Paul, MN. We have a great network of no-kill cat rescuers/volunteers.

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  637. Marilyn Langolf   April 30, 2013 at 1:00 pm  

    Please come to Michigan……I live in Port Huron, about 65 miles north of Detroit.

    We have a problem with our 3 cat household RIGHT NOW and could really use your help!!!

    I have a chronic illness with pain and am at home 24/7. Our 9 year old neutered male cat has gone CRAZY……attacking one of our female cats all the time! We now have to keep them separated and thinking about taking this BAD cat to the local shelter!!! The stress of this situation is causing me anxiety attacks and to be more depressed.

    PLEASE HELP!!

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  638. Melissa Shandley   April 30, 2013 at 1:16 pm  

    Jackson we have a group of rescues and shelters who would love to promote your visit. You know you have a friend in Jan Mchuge-Smith, President and CEO of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, so that would help promote a visit. I would love to organize a training for people working with cats in animal welfare and a fund raiser for the public. You know you want to come to CO.

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  639. Patrice Scharfen   April 30, 2013 at 1:40 pm  

    The Cat House is Lincoln, NE’s largest no-kill cat shelter & sanctuary. Cats aren’t typically in cages but in rooms. The rooms have lots of cat friendly furniture & toys. Several cats can be in one room, so there can be issues that you, Mr. Cat Daddy, could help with. ;>) We have a special area, called The Penthouse, where we house FeLV positive & FIV positive cats, as we believe with the right care, they can live long & healthy lives. We have a FIV+ boy, Hobo, right now, who constantly picks fights & stirs up the other cats, that we could really use some help with. He usually ends up in a little room with a screen door by himself, unless volunteers are present to break up the fights! We also have some cats who are diabetic, although we try to put them in foster homes, when possible. We have between 150 to 200 cats at any one time in the shelter & foster homes. We adopt out about 250 to 350 cats per year & we always, always, take them back, if needed. We started out in 1998. We are involved in TNR for Lincoln & the surrounding areas & have many feral colonies we support. We are always looking for ways to enrich the cats lives & would so love to have you visit! Thank you!

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  640. Ramon Guerra   April 30, 2013 at 2:20 pm  

    I truly need your help, our lives have become a joke and our cats have caused us to live apart in the same home. We have 3 indoor cats in which none of them can be in the same room if they are it becomes an all right war. So while one is in the closed in terrace, another is loose in the house and another one in one of the bedrooms. Two of the cats are mine and the other one belongs to my wife. I’ve tried to put them together with no success. My wifes cat constantly pees around the home which has caused us to throw away furniture, clothing, shoes, pees on the counter, everywher. My wife tells me I need to get rid of my cats because her cat was there first but theres no way. I have been truly contemplating leaving and taking them with me. This has caused us to sleep in separate bedrooms and constants fights. We have spoken about separating because of this, we cannot continue like this and all the damage and destruction that the her cat urinating everywhere. When I put one of the cats with her cat my cat is younger so he jups on him and if becomes a big fight. The third cat is a rescue and she has now begun to get an attitude and even picks on our dog.
    We truly LOVE cats but our lives are so misserable because of the cats and the way they behave toward one another.

    HELPPPP, Im tired of cleaning 4 kiddy litters, 8 bowls, playing musical chair with the cats, arguing with my wife, living separate lives in the same home. I am so frustrated!!!!!

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  641. Tanya   April 30, 2013 at 5:20 pm  

    York, PA ( or Lebanon or Lancaster!) is the place to come for catlovers!! There is really no one out there doing this kind of work for cats. I can’t just walk into Petsmart and take a cat class. You’ve helped us to understand the feline mind in a whole new way. I’ve been trying to use your methods to get two abandoned older cats into my home. It’s been a long process of baby steps. They’re so beautiful….I can’t understand how anyone can throw an animal away. I desperately want them to get along inside…..so they won’t be on the food chain outside.
    Clearly there are kitties everywhere who need you…..but Pleeeease let your mojo flow to central PA !!

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  642. Tammy   April 30, 2013 at 5:31 pm  

    Please come to Atlanta, Ga. The new Atlanta humane Society has a new location in Roswell, Ga (Mansell location) and it’s a very nice facility and I think their doing a great job there getting pets adopted. I have noticed the Girl Scouts have been doing some nice things for the kitties there by making over 100 blankets for the kitties! :)

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  643. Lisa Martinis   April 30, 2013 at 5:41 pm  

    Frederick, MD! (Suburbs of DC/Baltimore area)

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  644. Kristen   April 30, 2013 at 6:14 pm  

    Please come to Wichita, KS. We have so many feral cats here and need help learning to socialize them so they can be adopted.

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  645. Dawn Campbell   April 30, 2013 at 8:38 pm  

    My 5 year old son is a big fan of yours and he’d love to have you come to Austin and sign his book. =) We have amazing cat people here in Austin and I am sure our TICA and CFA groups can get you a ton of exposure too!

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  646. Christine Nieman   April 30, 2013 at 8:49 pm  

    Lincoln, Nebraska – we have Lincoln’s only no-kill cat shelter at The Cat House. We have a successful TNR program and also have an entire area – our Penthouse – dedicated to cats with FeLV and FIV. We are very proud of making a difference in lives of cats as well as adopters and caretakers in our community.

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  647. Bess   April 30, 2013 at 8:54 pm  

    Wichita KS of course.
    We have a great Humane Society here.

    My grand daughter and I love your show. We have 2 cats. One is old and grumpy and hates the young cat we have, who desperately wants to play with her. Is it possible for her to ever stop hissing and smacking at him?

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  648. Shelley   April 30, 2013 at 9:49 pm  

    Wichita, Kansas! Lots of kitties and cat-loving people here… Meow!

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  649. Dannielle   April 30, 2013 at 11:38 pm  

    I strongly recommend Florida as well. Hemingway House sorely needs some positive media attention. By coming to Florida you could make multiple stops that really need guidance like Miami, Orlando, West Palm Beach. I’m excited that you even made this an option. Thank you Jackson!

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  650. Annie   May 1, 2013 at 3:42 am  

    ORLANDO ORLANDO ORLANDO!!!!! PLEASE COME! Not only is there a huge population of cat people there, but there are many of us in Brevard County who would travel the roughly 1 hour give or take, to see you!! Please please please add Orlando to your list! ^ ^
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  651. Janet B   May 1, 2013 at 4:57 am  

    Please come to Raleigh, NC

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  652. joe g   May 1, 2013 at 5:22 am  

    Go to Cat Depot in Sarasota Florida.State of the art facility.Very impressed by it and the staff is great as well.

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  653. julie Gehm   May 1, 2013 at 6:45 am  

    Hi Jackson, We need you!! Please come to Wichita Kansas as there are lots of cat people here that would support you. I am a Mobile cat groomer in Wichita and love your program. I use a lot of your information in my grooming business. Great job and wish we had a Jackson locally.

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  654. Ramon Guerra   May 1, 2013 at 7:24 am  

    Please come to Miami Florida, we need your help badly, we are going insane!!!

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  655. Gail Ventzke   May 1, 2013 at 9:14 am  

    PLEASE come visit us at CATS Cradle Shelter in Fargo ND. We are the home of Corky the Cradle Cat. You can see Corky’s Journey here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NZrCM54nJg Corky is responsible for helping educate the world on the importance of Spay/Neuter and Rescue & adoption. Corky is our little miracle.

    We would love to have Jackson Galaxy visit us in the beautiful midwest.

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  656. Jan Hobbs   May 1, 2013 at 9:20 am  

    Please consider visiting Cats Cradle Shelter in Fargo, ND! http://www.catscradleshelter.org/
    Cats Cradle is a no-kill, all volunteer shelter. They are doing amazing work, and saving cats from being destroyed at local animal shelters all the time. Plus Cats Cradle is where Corky the Cradle Cat was rescued, and Corky is such an inspiration to me!

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  657. Megan Wood   May 1, 2013 at 9:21 am  

    Cat’s Cradle would love to see you.

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  658. Sarah Tron   May 1, 2013 at 9:23 am  

    Come to Fargo!! You simply must meet the folks at CATS Cradle! (http://catscradleshelter.org/)

    We’re cat lovers here–actually, we’re a community of animal lovers in general!

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  659. Ginny   May 1, 2013 at 9:25 am  

    CATS Cradle Shelter, Fargo North Dakota; they do fantastic work there, dedicated volunteers and dedicated Facebook followers; home of Corky the CRADLE Cat…what a story

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  660. Christine Girty   May 1, 2013 at 9:27 am  

    Visit CATS Cradle Shelter in Fargo North Dakota home of Corky!!

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  661. Lori   May 1, 2013 at 9:28 am  

    http://www.catscradleshelter.org Cat’s Cradle Animal Shelter!!! :D

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  662. Peggy   May 1, 2013 at 9:29 am  

    A great place to visit is Cats Cradle Shelter in Fargo North Dakota. They are an amazing shelter which takes in cats of all ages and problems. I first became aware of them when following a story about Corky. He was born with a rare disease which made his back legs crossed and backwards. They rescued him and made headlines all over the world. I think you would find them fascinating. I know thousands of followers already do.

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  663. Bonnie Turpen   May 1, 2013 at 9:30 am  

    We would love to see you at King Street Cats, Alexandria, Va’s only cat exclusive free roaming orphanage. Alexandria is about 30 miles south of Washington DC, our nation’s capitol. King Street Cats is an all volunteer rescue. They house about 30 cats and foster just as many or more. Visit the web site and come visit us. http://www.kingstreetcats.org

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    1. Nancy L.   May 2, 2013 at 6:14 pm  

      I second that! Jackson, we love you here in Alexandria, VA and King Street Cats is an amazing facility. We adopted a wonderful cat from there and we love everything they do for kitties.

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    2. Jami   May 3, 2013 at 5:35 pm  

      I was a visitor to King Street Cats in Alexandria. I have been a cat lover my entire life and I was so impressed by all the volunteers that were working in the shelter. You could feel the love for our feline friends. A must see.

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    3. melissa murphy   May 4, 2013 at 7:40 am  

      KSC is only 8.6 miles from the White House! Alexandria is a super pet-friendly area!

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      1. Megan LH   May 4, 2013 at 10:16 am  

        I live in Alexandria, VA and I would love to see you come and visit the King Street Cats orphanage. Several of my friends volunteer at this rescue and I have donated monetarily because I believe in this organization. Their focus is to provide loving homes for the cats and kittens in our care and they have a large foster program as well. They also educate people on behavioral problems and medical issues involving cats and advocate for cat welfare.

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        1. Rebecca Kirsch   May 4, 2013 at 6:52 pm  

          King Street Cats (KSC) orphanage, Alexandria VA. Right outside of DC. My son and I have volunteered @ KSC for a year and a half. The orphanage is run by a lot of hardworking and dedicated volunteers. We have a huge success rate in placing orphaned cats and kittens in their forever homes. There is one cat in particular that would truly benefit from meeting you her name is Hazel however I know all of our cats and kittens would love to meet you.

          Please come to the Nations Capital!!!!!!

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      2. Elizabeth Smith   May 6, 2013 at 9:31 pm  

        King Street Cats is such an INCREDIBLE no kill shelter in Alexandria, Va. We love you and need you to visit here, please !

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  664. Jackie   May 1, 2013 at 9:30 am  

    Fargo North Dakota, go visit CATS cradle shelter!

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  665. EJ Butler   May 1, 2013 at 9:33 am  

    I’m advoCATing for you to visit Fargo, North Dakota–and most especially–CATS Cradle Shelter and their inspiring mascot, Corky.

    The folks at CATS Cradle have worked with other local shelters to fantastically reduce the number of cat euthanizations in the Fargo-Moorhead area. if my memory is correct, last year they brought the number down from about 400 to just one!

    Corky has been the CATalyst for so much good — inspiring folks to adopt ,and see the “able” in, disabled pets; inspiring folks to get involved with their local shelters. He’s a beautiful little bright spot which I would love to see keep growing & growing.

    Thanks, Jackson!

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    1. Kittylove   May 1, 2013 at 9:48 am  

      Cats Cradle, Fargo ND

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  666. Evdon Jo Stogner   May 1, 2013 at 9:46 am  

    Please visit CATS Cradle Shelter in Fargo, North Dakota
    Corky is there mascot, a tripod rescue.
    They make a great difference in special needs rescues.
    Corky was just such a successful rescue.

    they have a web site:

    http://www.catscradleshelter.org

    He is on Facebook as Corky check him and the sheltere out you would enjoy this stop I believe.

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  667. Barb   May 1, 2013 at 9:48 am  

    Cat’s Cradle shelter in Fargo ND. Fantastic organization doing so much in the community. Corky would love to meet you.

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  668. Beth Davis   May 1, 2013 at 9:57 am  

    Jackson, I’m sure you know Corky’s story. If it wasn’t for Cat’s Cradle Shelter in Fargo, ND Corky, as well as countless other handicapped/homeless kitties wouldn’t be where they are today. These volunteers are so dedicated and will work 24/7 to help find them homes. So many starving and barely alive newborn kittens have been taken in by this shelter and now are thriving and happy in their forever homes. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss Jackson!

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  669. Linda   May 1, 2013 at 9:58 am  

    Please visit Cat’s Cradle Shelter in Fargo, ND. They’re doing such wonderful work and I love reading about the exploits of some of the cats they’ve rescued.

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  670. Chris Drake   May 1, 2013 at 10:00 am  

    Jackson, Love the show. Go to Cats Cradle in ND. Great people who truly love cats.

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  671. Melanie   May 1, 2013 at 10:05 am  

    I would love to see Cats Cradle in Fargo, ND get the recognition they deserve for their success rate at saving cats in such a short period of time.

    I love the fact that the cats are not caged but are in rooms roaming freely with other cats. This makes them much more adoptable because they become more accustomed to other cats and to the people who are looking to adopt.

    The people who run the shelter have put their heart and soul into Cats Cradle and you would be very impressed on how well the shelter is run and because of this they have some wonderful volunteers helping them make it all possible.

    Come to Fargo and see what we mean by “North Dakota nice”…and “Minnesota nice”.

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  672. Marsha   May 1, 2013 at 10:07 am  
  673. Dahlia   May 1, 2013 at 10:09 am  

    Cat’s Cradle shelter in Fargo ND. They bring tears of joy with their dedication and passion for felines.
    Corky is just so sweet and full of life!

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  674. alison   May 1, 2013 at 10:11 am  

    Please visit Fargo, ND..Cats cradle shelter

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  675. a. mason   May 1, 2013 at 10:12 am  

    have 2 shelters that do wonderful work w/ cats that are handicapped. 1 is cats cradle in fargo,nd. corky is amazing cat that was found on the street and some how landed in this shelter like he was meant to be there. the doctor, staff, his mom have done what was said couldnt and he has shown them all.
    2 is blind cats in nc. they take in blind cats, cats w/felv and other diseases and let them live their lives out in a great place! their cam is interesting to watch, have had a couple of blind cats my self, and it is amazing to watch them adapt and get around. also, felv+ doesnt mean an automatic death sentence. they can live many good years with it.

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  676. Mary Ann   May 1, 2013 at 10:18 am  

    Jackson,

    Please go to visit Corky at Cats Cradle in Fargo they do excellent work there for animals that would otherwise not be adopted. We all want to see Corky on tv!

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  677. Nel   May 1, 2013 at 10:22 am  

    please make Cats Cradle in Fargo, North Dakota one of your stops on your tour! They are doing so much good caring for and fostering cats and finding them FURever homes, as well as medical attention for those that need it. Cats Cradle would be a wonderful addition to your story collection! However, if you are going to drive that beautiful convertible, be sure and schedule us for summertime!

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  678. Deb   May 1, 2013 at 10:28 am  

    You NEED to visit this great organization in Fargo. I hear Fargo is nice for a day in July.

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  679. Sue Lerczak   May 1, 2013 at 10:46 am  

    Our cat adoption center, Tabby Town, at the McKinley Mall in Bladsell, NY (near Buffalo, NY). We have been open since November 2008 and have placed over 3,000 rescued cats/kittens in new forever hom