Each month a Shelter or Rescue Group is in the spotlight, with their great work being showcased here every #ShelterSunday. Plus, we set them up with a special opportunity to receive direct contributions AND a portion of proceeds from a fun product in Jackson’s store. It’s Jackson Galaxy’s #TeamCatMojo at work!

#ShelterSunday: Mr. Magoo Comes Home

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Mr. Magoo was in trouble. Luckily, he had a friend in his time of need, who knew just who to contact for help.

#ShelterSunday: Hope, Love, And A Whole Lotta Purrs


LIttle Joey, the offspring of a mother cat who had so far eluded capture for spaying, suffered from a serious and painful tail injury…

#ShelterSunday: Piper’s Hope


Down at the local auto shop, the owner’s son and employee, Trey, had been caring for a number of cats…

#ShelterSunday: With Purrrsonality


Who are the cats who are saved by Million Cat Challenge shelters? They are every cat – healthy or not,…

#ShelterSunday: Every Cat Has A Story


Every cat has a story, but it’s up to us to ensure it has a happy ending.

#ShelterSunday: A Litter Of Love


Change is hard. It’s especially hard when animals’ lives are in the balance. But sometimes, change is the only way…

#ShelterSunday: KC Pet Project, A Progressive Program


KC Pet Project is the open-admission, No-Kill municipal shelter for the city of Kansas City, Missouri. They are tasked with the care of nearly 11,000 pets per year.

#ShelterSunday: One-Eyed Avenger

NickFury aka Awesome Possom

Nick Fury, named for the one-eyed Avenger, arrived at our #MonthlyMojo shelter for June, the Kansas City Pet Project, as…

#ShelterSunday: The Next Level


When a box filled with kittens was thrown out of a car in front of the the Kansas City Fire Department, KC Pet Project was ready for action…

#ShelterSunday: Lovin’ It At The Farm!


There was no space left for the hefty orange cat, or for the big black cat, at the local municipal shelter. “Barn Cat 22 & 23” had been outdoor cats, then shelter cats, and now they got the second chance of their dreams…

#ShelterSunday: Love Is Blind


Haley was a high-school senior and an intern at our #MonthlyMojo shelter for March, Allen County SPCA. She was reading a book called Homer’s Odyssey

#ShelterSunday: ABC, 123…45.


On a hot summer morning, five tiny kittens were huddled closely inside an open plastic container. With no mom and just a pie pan of sour milk, these little orphans were in dire need of expert help.

#MonthlyMojo: Allen County SPCA

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Jackson’s #MonthlyMojo Shelter for March is Allen County SPCA of Fort Wayne, Indiana  — The Hoosier State Allen County SPCA’s tremendous hard work, team-building, and…

#ShelterSunday: Heart’s Desire


In New Haven, Indiana, a good Samaritan came across a kitten trapped in a plastic bag in the middle of a road…