Jackson’s Shelter of the Month
this May is
in Ringoes, New Jersey “The Garden State”
These T-shirt designs were created especially for Tabby’s Place
with the help of resQthreads. At Res•Q•Threads, $10 from every item
purchased is donated to an animal rescue/shelter of the purchaser’s choice.
This month – #TeamCatMojo chooses Tabby’s Place!
Here’s more info about this month’s organizations.
Tabby’s Place is a cage-free, no-kill sanctuary for cats
from hopeless situations located in Ringoes, New Jersey.
Here are a few words from the amazing people of Tabby’s Place:
It is our passion to…
Rescue cats from hopeless situations: The majority of our cats come from shelters where they were on the list to be put to sleep. We embrace these cats into the Tabby’s Place family regardless of age, most medical issues, or personality. As such, Tabby’s Place is a haven for the neediest cats of all.
Supply medical care: Tabby’s Place makes a promise to every cat in our care: once she is a Tabby’s Place cat, she will receive all the medical care she needs to have a happy, healthy life, regardless of cost. Whether young and healthy or living with Special Needs, our cats receive first-rate medical care, both here at Tabby’s Place and at specialized treatment centers.
Provide a nurturing environment: When a cat comes to Tabby’s Place, she goes from desperate circumstances to a world of love. We provide cats with the tenderness, patience and personalized care they need to trust people, whatever their past. At Tabby’s Place, cats from hopeless situations enjoy life in bright, open suites that have been designed to meet their needs and delight their senses. Tabby’s Place’s revolutionary design was built for felines from the ground up.
Find loving homes: It is our dream for each cat that she find a loving forever home with a family of her own. Any cat who is not adopted has a home for life at Tabby’s Place, where we are honored to be her forever family.
$10 from every item purchased on the Res•Q•threads site
is donated to the animal rescue/shelter of the purchaser’s choice.
As a shelter volunteer, Joan Laisney saw scratch marks on cage walls and shelving by shelter cats’ attempts to perform natural behaviors: stretching their muscles, scratching to clean their nails and scent mark with paws.
After months of testing, Joan designed a scratcher for caged cats that is sturdy, easy to install and affordable in a tight economy.
Every Shelter of the Month receives a case of these awesome scratchers! Thank you Stretch & Scratch!
- attaches to most cage doors
- mounts on the cage wall to save floor space
- and keeps cage-cleaning easy
- keeps cats exercised and entertained
- encourages natural behavior
- provides enrichment for quarantined cats
- send scratcher home with kitty to ease stress
- add Stretch and Scratch to your shelter’s “wish-list”
- get scratchers donated by shelter supporters
Every Shelter of the Month receives
a 32 oz. bottle of Stress Stopper.
Stress Stopper is formulated for all animals, not just cats. It helps animals feel grounded and protected, which makes it great for the occasional, short-duration stresses that an animal faces: trips to the vet, thunder and lightning, fireworks, parties, vacuum cleaner, lawnmower, machinery, visitors and house guests, vacations (if the animal is boarded or has a pet-sitter), unusual noises (remodeling, construction, roadwork, etc.), arguments with other animals, repairpersons. It is also good for animals who are left home alone all day, to prevent boredom and stress.
As you can see, Stress Stopper is an all-around remedy, which has made it one of the best-selling remedies in the Spirit Essences line.
We regret that Jackson does not answer questions posted in the comments. This is due to his demanding schedule and the high volume of requests he receives. But most importantly, since he has not met your cat, it would be contrary to his approach for him to give specific personalized advice for your specific situation. That being said, general questions and issues are addressed throughout this blog, in his book CAT DADDY and of course, the show My Cat From Hell.