Have you got a feisty cat from hell? Are you currently sleeping with one eye open, because you can’t trust the furball won’t slice you while you’re asleep? If this sounds all too familiar you’ll want to tune into Animal Planet’s hit series “MY CAT FROM HELL” on Saturday nights at 8 PM (ET/PT). Learn tips about how to deal with your own out of control feline from expert cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy as he takes on unruly cats and assists their frustrated owners in ten all-new episodes of “MY CAT FROM HELL.”
Galaxy sets out on the road to New York City with a signature guitar case stuffed with cat toys and his awesome master skills to tackle the most extreme cases of cat’s behaving badly. Looking to find the fundamental cause of conflict between owners and their furry friends, he helps resolve issues triggering feuds such as combating felines creating couples to contemplate separating or cats making good friends fight for the first time as a consequence of a cat’s bad behavior.
Jackson finds that a great many cases of unruly cats are more often than not the effects of the owner’s zany personality or their stressful actions. Generally, humans are the source of the problem for generating these feline dramas and putting people and cats in danger. “From a territorial cat that can’t get along with the family dogs and “bitch-slaps” its owner, to a confused cat that uses the closet as a litter box , it’s up to Galaxy to execute his proven training program and solve the gamut of feline and human-related issues before relationships fall apart and cats are shown the door.”
“Each cat has a distinct personality and temperament and the actions of humans can easily lead to a claw in the face,” says Galaxy. “Dealing with these out-of-control cats can be easier than dealing with out-of-touch owners, and fixing people first can often be the cure all for feline vexations.”
Over the years I’ve had my share of demon kitties. I had a male tiger cat we adopted who assumed he was the king of our roost and thought my daughter was his primary source to getting out his aggravations. He’d hide behind the couch and slowly but surely creep up on her to power paw punch her in the face. I got fed up with his aggressive behavior and got him neutered. Benny (the cat) almost instantly transformed into a loving non territorial companion soon after neutering him. It was amazing!
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“Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Animal Planet, but all thoughts are my own”