NEW Web Series Launches Monday December 9, 2013

Exciting news! Jackson has a NEW weekly web series that launches this Monday, December 9, 2013!

On Cat Mojo with Jackson Galaxy, Jackson will share his thoughts on everything from cat-related issues like declawing and squirt gun diplomacy to his craziest behind-the-scenes stories as a cat behaviorist.

Subscribe to Jackson’s YouTube channel to make sure you never miss an episode of this brand new web series!

Cat Mojo will be happening via YouTube, on the Animalist network.

Keep watching this site for more info on things like Google Hangouts as it becomes available.

Come join the feline frenzy, feel the mojo, share your love of cats and delve deep into the mind of Jackson Galaxy…

  1. Randi E Golub   December 8, 2013 at 3:30 pm  

    Hi Jackson!
    First of all I love what you are doing for the world of cats and the people who love them!!!

    I was wondering if I could send you both of the books I have written “Sugarbabies- A Holistic Guide to Caring for Your Diabetic Pet” and “The Feel Better Book for Cats and Dogs – Nursing Care for All Life Stages”. I’m sure you get many many requests for reviews and I am grateful for your consideration.

    http://www.sugarbabiesbook.com

    http://www.amazon.com/Feel-Better-Book-Cats-Dogs/dp/1484029631

    Thank you!

    Furrily Yours,

    Randi E Golub, CVT

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  2. Lori Hicks   December 9, 2013 at 12:44 pm  

    Hey Jackson Galaxy,

    I love your show on Animal Planet, I watch it with all my babies, all 3 of them. Just wanted to say I helped out on my street that was over populated with feral cats, I called a Feral Cat Association with our city and had 37 cats picked up and fixed, I felt so good about doing this for my neighborhood because we would not be populating our street with more cats without homes, my neighbors love me, and I LOVE cats!! Keep the good work coming on your end, you are wonderful!

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  3. Kasia Kines   December 9, 2013 at 12:54 pm  

    Jackson,
    congratulation on your new Mojo. My husband, I and our Charlie kitty thank you very much for your education and dedication over the years. Your guitar style is awesome as well -thank you for singing and playing here on Mojo for us! I am a clinical nutritionist, I refer many patients to your education when needed for their kitties. It all started with Charlie’s chronic urination – we had to throw away a sofa set… and now we use your remedy and your toys to Charlie’s delight…and your squirt bottle for urine is collecting dust most of the time. Bottom line, we now understand him better. I am absolutely grateful to you. Keep going. I think you are a fabulous musician too!!!!!!! Kasia, Mark and Charlie

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  4. Kasia Kines   December 9, 2013 at 12:56 pm  

    Oh Jackson, would LOVE to get your book!!!!! Kasia :)

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  5. Leslie Rouder   December 9, 2013 at 1:00 pm  

    Thanks, Jackson for the work you do in the helping all cats. I have a cat with asthma
    that is responding wonderfully to Spirit Esences Easy Breather. I can’t tell you how grateful I am for this product. I sleep with it next to my bed because my cat, Oscar very often will have an attack in the middle of the night. As soon as I apply this product, he gets immediate relief. It is so helpful to have this product and provides me with a natural way to treat this chronic ailment without the use of harsh pharmaceuticals. Love it! Thanks again, for making this available to all cat lovers.

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  6. Joanne   December 9, 2013 at 1:05 pm  

    I live in the UK & have come late to the party – only recently discovered your shows on one of our satellite channels. Love the show & have subscribed to Cat Mojo. Would love a copy of your book!

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  7. Traci Dziurgot   December 9, 2013 at 1:16 pm  

    Jackson I’m so excited about this new series, I’m always, ALWAYS looking for new tips and tricks and ideas to better my 4 rescued babies’ lives. also excited to possibly win the autographed book. You ROCK JACKSON!

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  8. Sherry Jones Mayo   December 9, 2013 at 1:30 pm  

    When we adopted our furry daughter, Ziva, I used a lot of what you taught to integrate her into our home and with our furry son, Izzy. Once I realized that your teachings mirrored what I learned in my masters program in psychology, the mantra of ‘all behavior has meaning’ and the teachings of how to understand those behaviors through your lessons made more sense. I am forever grateful, my ‘children’ are happy, playful, and love each other, and all of our lives are enriched. Thank you!

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  9. shannon   December 9, 2013 at 1:47 pm  

    love that you are doing this Cat Mojo and the show. You have helped me…I watched your shows and Now I have a happy house hold of a handi-cat-able kitty and one with high anxieties. Before applying some of your method the house was constant fighting, attacking and even cause me to have to get a cast on my arm due to a bite during a fight,
    Now I have 2 cats that get along and am intruding a new rescued handi-cat-able into the house and it is going rather smoother. So thank you!

    I am not sure if you know about these 2rescue groups but they need recognition for all that they do…

    SPOT Saving Pets One at Time – in Oceanside California.

    Kitten Rescue – in Los Angeles California.

    They both are great rescue that work extremely hard to save, re-home and rehabilitate cats/kittens/dogs/puppies that are feral, throw-away, abandoned and death row cats/kittens and dogs/puppy.

    I would love to see them get recognized for all the hard work and time they put in make sure animals have a voice, life, love and happiness!

    thank you

    Shannon

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  10. Jean C   December 9, 2013 at 1:50 pm  

    Hey Jackson:

    Love your “Cat From Hell” show. I have a new rescue cat in my house and she really won”t let me hold her, she will sit by me, lay by me, etc. but won’t let me hold her. Eye contact is not happening either. Can you offer some suggestions? Thanks.

    Happy cat day Jackson!
    Jean

    From PA.

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  11. Alicia   December 9, 2013 at 2:05 pm  

    God and Goddess bless and forever send you sweet blessings, Jackson. Your work is truly revolutionary and frequently brings tears to my eyes when watching your various videos and episodes online. As a devoted lover of fur-babies (cats & ferrets especially) it truly warms my heart to see you doing so much good.

    Keep up the good fight, Sir.

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  12. Cyndy   December 9, 2013 at 2:23 pm  

    Love the wisdom from your shows. I’ve rescued animals since childhood and I’ve learned so much from the show. If you would please have a company make healthy dried yogurt crumbles for cats with the probiotics in them, the cat world would be a much better place. Look forward to winning a copy of your book and have a blessed Christmas!

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  13. susan   December 9, 2013 at 2:31 pm  

    enjoying the webshow, Cat Mojo. i have lived with cats for a long time, and i have never had the troubles you show on My Cat From Hell. i did have one cat that would not be held when he came to live with me. by the time he died, 10 years later, i could pick him up, hold him and walk the length of the house before he had to get down.

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  14. Chris Archuleta   December 9, 2013 at 2:33 pm  

    i love Jackson and I love your Cat from Hell – I have learned so much already with obviously room for more wisdom you share. We have catified our house. Peeps think we are nuts but our rescue feral is quite the man. He loves his steps. PS-He is a chunky monkey so 3 tries but we got him hooked up. Kept breaking the 1st step up he jumps so hard. I subscribed to this new show because I don’t want to miss one darned thing.
    I love you on facebook, on animal planet and now this.. WTG and keep up the hope the love and the drive that will makes those naysayers believe. I don’t care what animals you have or like there are more than just cat educations going on here… Thank you for helping us help those little critters everywhere.

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  15. Roxane Caspary   December 9, 2013 at 2:43 pm  

    I am THRILLED to hear/see ANY and ALL your ventures!! No matter how much I know, I still learn from you. Keep on sharing. You are a blessing to all animals!

    Like you, Scott and I are SUPER-DUPER Animal-Lovers and ANIMAL ADVOCATES!

    Our own furry children, 11 cats and 2 dogs are as follows:

    THE CATS

    • Sasha, 18 years old, adopted from shelter, found running around on highway.

    • Ralph, 14 years old, I found as a very sick 6 weeks old kitten in a park.

    • Twiggy, 6 years old, adopted from shelter, humanely trapped at 10 mos old semi-feral kitten. She is Ralph’s ‘Ultimate Main Squeeze’.

    • Freddie, 7 years old, adopted from shelter at 6, found in high-end, trendy area, declawed and very afraid of men but no longer.

    • Ruth, 9 years old, was abandoned at 10 month old at vet clinic.

    • Pablo Picasso, 4 years old, adopted from shelter, found at 3 months old on doorstep of kind but allergic woman. He had been bitten on his hip and was starving.

    • Bonnie, 4 years old, very pregnant. I pulled her from Animal Control death row. She had emergency C-Section the next morning. Only 1 kitten of 6 survived who I helped breathe her first breath using a warm wash cloth since her mama was sedated and could’t do it herself.

    • Sabrina, 3 years old. Bonnie’s kitten. Since her first breath, like her mom, she hates being on her back!. Very interesting to see similarities in behavior between she and her mom.

    • Mama-Mia, 2 years old. We trapped her at 1 year old behind one of our favorite restaurants. We trapped her along with her 4 mo old daughter, Blossom, and Walter Pigeon, another 4 mo old male kitten, and Charlie Katz, 4-5 years old extremely feral cat. Charlie was a TNR… Trapped-Neutered-Released. He was too feral to adopt. A woman is till feeding him)

    • Blossom, 1 year old. Mama-Mia’s daughter. Shy, skittish, but we’re making progress with lots of TLC.

    • Walter Pigeon, 1 year old. Possibly another of Mama-Mia’s children. Semi-feral, but
    we’re making progress with lots of TLC every single day.

    THE DOGS

    • Bailey, 13 years old. Two-time-loser Lab-Husky from shelter. She was a huge, very shy puppy with horrible mange. Scott took on the mange and won her heart. She is still shy but no fool. Smart and takes no orders. Her best friends are Ruth and Cindy-Lou-Who.

    • Cindy-Lou-Who, 6 year old Lab-Pit mix. Scott’s neighbors adopted her from Animal Control as a happy puppy, then chained her in their front yard. When all the neighbors complained, the neighbors chained her in the back yard. Scott would unchain her and bring her in his old house at times. He pet-sat for her other times. The neighbors announced that they were bringing Cindy back to AC. Scott offered to find her a new home instead. That was 5 1/2 years ago.

    WE THE HUMANS

    We continue to RESCUE, REHOME, as well as REUNITE animals (ONLY with CARING owners). GENUINE LOVE AND CARE.

    I believe in spreading the word about the immeasurable VALUE of companion animals, and the URGENT importance of spaying and neutering. EDUCATION is essential to making a difference in reducing the population of unwanted animals, and respect for all animals and living beings. I have numerous contacts/friends on Facebook (more to come) so that I may share, learn, and that we all may become ONE VOICE for ANIMAL ADVOCACY. WE can help make a difference for those who can’t speak for themselves.

    I am Certified in BOTH Human AND ANIMAL CPR and have used my training for both. Unknown to me, the human was already brain-dead but I kept him alive for the paramedics. A friend’s cat was electrocuted on an old extension cord. I kept her breathing up until the point I handed her to over at the emergency clinic. That was 7 years ago. She is alive and is normal.

    Very simply, the more each us knows and cares about, the more we can help.

    Thank you for your precious gift that you share so freely.

    Roxy and Scott
    Atanta, Ga.
    404-786-4093
    roxystuff@aol.com

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  16. Donna Wilkes   December 9, 2013 at 2:51 pm  

    I am looking forward to more ideas and inspirations from you, Jackson. Since you are really into rescue cats, I hoping for lots of information concerning choosing a rescue cat, should one bring home more than one grown rescue at a time, etc.

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  17. Ligia Caldwell   December 9, 2013 at 3:17 pm  

    Just wanted to say hi although English is not my first language. I have been living in the US for near 3 years now and you, Jackson Galaxy are one my all time favorite personas.
    As a cat lover (we own 5, 2 black ones btw) I can never get enough of your show and website. (I tell my husband, which is a dog person yet animal lover and protector that if I had a lot of money to give away I would split it all to animal shelters… anyway…).
    Thank you for sharing your work and your knowledge. What you do is priceless.
    I have you and all cats in the world in my prayers :D
    God bless you now and forever.

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  18. Suzi   December 9, 2013 at 3:31 pm  

    My cat from Hell is one of my favs & I’m digging Cat Mojo! Keep up the good work!

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  19. Suzan   December 9, 2013 at 3:37 pm  

    Hi Jackson!
    I am so glad to see the issue of cat behavior addressed in such a public manner. It is amazing how much cats can tell us if we learn to see the world as they do. I really love your video blog on “Cat Journalism!”

    Keep up the great work!
    Suzan
    Flam (15), Freya (14), Aphrodite (12) and Fuzzrat (10)

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  20. Sharon Sanders   December 9, 2013 at 4:20 pm  

    Cat Daddy is the Big Daddy! Love you, love my cats, and love your show!!!

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  21. Audrey Glenski   December 9, 2013 at 5:09 pm  

    Jackson, you are ‘the best’ and I need you so desperately (lol) I have 5 kitties, and there is always some kind of drama in our house centered around one of them; so watching your show and subscribing to your new web series is really going to help give me the confidence I need to do the most for my kitties and the ferals outside that I feed, to withstand the criticisms I get from most of my family. Thank you so much Jackson for being ‘THE REAL MAN who loves cats” !! :) Oh, ….how do I enter the drawing for the book give-a-way? Thanks again! AG

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  22. Red Messenger   December 9, 2013 at 5:17 pm  

    Jackson,
    Thank you for another way to learn from you and watch your delightful self. I have learned much from you (for free via t.v. and internet). That is good since almost all disposable income is used to care for our two cats. One is epileptic. We don’t buy them fancy things, but try to keep them healthy, regular vet visits, good food, etc.

    Again, thank you for all you share with us.

    Red

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  23. Tonya Smith   December 9, 2013 at 5:21 pm  

    Thank you!

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  24. Mary Riley   December 9, 2013 at 5:41 pm  

    Mr. Galaxy, you appear to be less of you since I saw you in Sarasota. Looking good!
    The rock star can still happen. If you want it.

    Your vision to have animals cherished rather than viewed as disposable, is heartening.
    This is an astounding endeavor, and you a superb spokesperson.

    The kitties love you for your advocacy, and for who you are.

    Joy to you and all the fur coats.

    Mary Riley

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  25. cindy rogers   December 9, 2013 at 6:32 pm  

    Meow, Jackson!!!

    I’ve been helping w/the maine coon cat rescue for about a year. One thing that greatly disturbs me is that there is no refuge for cats that need to be placed immediately.

    Many people pass, get injured and have to go to rehab, or expect that their relatives will place their cats or find homes for them. Wrong! relatives are after the money and want to “get rid of their cats”.

    I’d like to see a cat refuge set up for bunnies–the house rabbit society says take them to the shelter and they will be killed. I have three pet rabbits and I don’t want their life to end just because mine does. Bunnies are hard to place and most pet rabbits are let go outside or taken to the shelters. That is why I suggest starting small with bunnies and cats.

    I purchased a whole life insurance policy for my pets, all 7, tho, I have a disease that is called cancer, but I don’t give power to that word. It’s simply a disease that irritates the heck out of me. The refuge could be funded by people purchasing insurance policies for their pets. I know of an agent, who can help with this or people can find their own. Whole life insurance is not expensive and if a person is wise when they are young and purchases a policy for 50k/more, they could help more animals, who’s owners, who have less insurance or pass or require temporary shelter. Or people could make monthly payments to the refuge. Or donate their time, their skills, whatever. Even an older building could be used and decorated cheaply w/the help of volunteers.

    I am not well, yet. I’m trying to locate people to help get the refuge started, suggestions, perhaps a facebook page, monitoring comments, ideas of all kinds, just the basics. Eventually, I’d like to see a refuge in every state. But for now, I’d be relieved to know that when I pass, my pets don’t have to die also. And to know they have a safe home to go to. My cats are 7, 9, and 14 years old. Too old for adoption unless adopted by someone, who doesn’t want to train a kitten. My bunnies are trained and people need to know that they are high maintenance. But they can be taught to sleep with people, to roam about the home w/o supervision, etc.

    Any thoughts, ideas, comments? Volunteers? I realize this is a big project, but it’s a step by step process. Start with bunnies and kitties and then expand it to include other animals.

    That’s my dream. I know it can be done. The first step is to gather info and comments from people. I read on Pet Finder just how much money for vetting, food, housing, taxes, local regulations about animals, etc. goes into a shelter. It’s a 24/7 job.

    I may not be able to do much right now, but I know there are people, who w/be interested or have the skills to make some very good suggestions and perhaps, to set up a facebook page.

    I know it can work. If we can start one refuge in the middle of the country–thinking transportation costs–then after it’s running, another can be started. Thanks for your help with the cats, Jackson. Finally got to hear you sing. Be glad you won’t hear me sing!!!! : ))))

    Cindy, Lacey, Rochester, Suzie, Annabell-cats, Daisy, Dana, & Bree-cute Bunnies!!

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  26. Lisa J.   December 9, 2013 at 7:28 pm  

    Yo Jackson!

    You da Man. And you ARE a RockStar – you are the RockStar of the Cat Community – of felines and human helines and shelines who love them – or soon will. I’m really psyched to meet up with you on your new Mojo show here on YouTube. As it happens, I’m just now listening to “Cat Daddy” via the Texas Talking Books program (just learned about the night of the 45 kisses :-) and would absolutely love to have a print copy for reference. If I don’t win it, I’ll grab me a copy from your website or Amazon or…

    Oh, kitties calling, gotta go.

    Love ya,
    Lisa and the Purr Balls
    (currently 22 “ferals” and now “semi-ferals” who gather in my back yard)

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  27. Karen Albro   December 9, 2013 at 8:47 pm  

    Love it! I just got your scaredy cat essence for a 9 yr old that I have had for 9 yrs and still can’t touch. Love what you do.

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  28. Pattie Noah   December 10, 2013 at 12:55 am  

    You are officially my non-Beatle hero. Thank you for everything you do. Love, Peace and Cat Mojo now and always!

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  29. Laurel   December 10, 2013 at 3:04 am  

    LOVE the new web series!

    And your spirit essences have really helped our adopted cat Angel with her difficult tummy issues. Thank you so much for your positive messages & for sharing your knowledge with everyone!!

    Laurel

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  30. SUSAN T WINTERS   December 10, 2013 at 7:08 am  

    Hello Mr. Jackson, my man – You are one awesome guy. Your heart always shows through in your programs. I’ve learned a lot from and passed on the information.

    If by chance I do win your Cat Daddy Book – I would be pleased with if you would say To Susan, one of the animal survivalists for animals.

    God Bless

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  31. lorraine   December 10, 2013 at 11:33 am  

    hi jackson i just love your show my cat from hell i just love what you do for the cats :) i am also a animal lover i takecare of cats also :) keep up the good work jackson just love ya i also made a page for my cats i takecare of on facebook you can take a look if you like :)

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  32. cathy kennedy   December 10, 2013 at 6:22 pm  

    love the new web series! can’t wait to see more! been saving cats for years. love your show!

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  33. Julie Smith   December 10, 2013 at 11:34 pm  

    Hi Jackson!
    Love your show! Love you!
    I have learned so much about cats from you & I thought I already knew a whole heck of a lot since I’ve been blessed to live with these angelic creatures my whole life.
    Thanks for sharing all your knowledge with us! Keep up the great work you do!
    Cats rock!
    Best Regards,
    Julie Smith

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  34. Adriana   December 11, 2013 at 4:37 am  

    Hi Jackson

    Do you have any videos about how to make a cat feel good with a new house? We prepare to move in a different apartment and i don`t want my Casper to stressed about the new environment.

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  35. Charlie   December 16, 2013 at 3:58 pm  

    Hello from Jasper, I have 8 kitties they are all great buddies, a few years ago
    I had a kitty named night night and the vet said he was senile well he was a cool
    Cat but touching outlets with his nose was very scary, and many other things with outlets
    But my question is can cats Get this?
    Merry Christmas and happy new 2014 year

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  36. Peggy in FL   December 16, 2013 at 5:18 pm  

    Hi Jackson

    It’s about time there were a “Cat Whisperer”! Love your shows. We’ve watched them all but I haven’t seen any show’s that specifically address my cat’s issue or behavior. We fostered Rosco for about 4 weeks through our pound a couple of years ago, he had such bad biting habits to begin with, I didn’t want to send him back for fear of him being repeatedly returned to the pound or euthanized for his biting so we adopted him. I’ve worked hard and his biting, of humans, is down from a 10 to about a 2 1/2. However, he DEMANDS my attention by biting or scratching things with his back feet, this is a constant, ongoing thing all day long, as I work at home. He was declawed on the front feet so he tends to lay down and use his back feet to scratch at my furniture or just bites it outright. I know it is for attention and I understand he wants my attention at that moment, but he is destroying things and if I met his demands I would be playing with him all day and night. This is creating such a love/hate relationship I really need your help in getting him to stop this behavior as it would really sadden me to re-home him. I have “wrapped” my leather sofa in card board around the bottom for the last year :) he has nearly shredded it completely over this time and I don’t EVEN want to look under my bed at my upholstered headboard! Some advice is desperately needed.

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  37. Charlie   December 16, 2013 at 8:22 pm  

    My name is Maggie, I was 16weeks old when a park warden noticed me. I was out here for weeks. The warden told the guy at the gate about me I was tough to get so the next day he came out with his wife, My new buddy and founder and his wife picked me up and took me in. It was turkey weekend. Now I have 7 brothers and we play hard together. My favourite toy is a white mouse, catnip and playing with a toy that is connected to a stick, that I run a cross the room with and gets stuck and my toy flies back to where the stick is. My new founders love me and it’s warms and no wild life can get me, at night it was spooky with all the sounds. Where I was it was cold and scared. But lounging in the sun is the best. I stayed in their truck over night I was so scared they brought me to the vet where the doc said I had a cold and my eye was infected. They feed me can food and I ate it and it was all over my nose.

    One of my favourite brothers is mocha. My moma says I help my brother buddy to use the litter box she cleans them and I run and get buddy and we run back down the hallway together and he goes in. She says I’m a God send! I love it here it’s better inside watching the birds then being outside and cold. Now I’m very warm and well feed. Thank you jackson. Lots of love Maggie,

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

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