Does Your Cat Need Help From Jackson Galaxy? Now Casting Season 8 of My Cat From Hell

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Jackson Galaxy hasn’t met a cat he couldn’t help, as he’s proven for seven seasons on Animal Planet’s popular show, My Cat From Hell. If you’re at your wit’s end with your challenging felines, here’s your chance to apply for personal help from Jackson. The show is also looking for hero cats and cat guardians.

How to apply to be on My Cat From Hell

To apply, go to mycatfromhell.castingcrane.com.

You will be asked to submit pictures and videos. If you are selected for the show, you must be available for a total of three full weekdays spread out over a 4-5 week period during the date ranges below:

Oct. 10 – Dec. 16, 2016
Jan. 2 – Feb. 10, 2017

The show is casting nationwide this time.

Hero cats and cat guardians

Animal Planet is also looking for uplifting stories of cats and their guardians. Has your cat overcome incredible odds? Have you done something super cool for cats that will inspire others? Do you have a compelling, unique story related to cats, cat adoptions or cat rescues?

Visit herocats.castingcrane.com to apply to share your positive cat story with the world.

Will you be submitting an application for your cat?

23 Comments on Does Your Cat Need Help From Jackson Galaxy? Now Casting Season 8 of My Cat From Hell

  1. Michaelene Pendleton
    July 24, 2017 at 4:21 am (4 months ago)

    What does a visit from Jackson Galaxy cost?

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    • Ingrid
      July 24, 2017 at 5:09 am (4 months ago)

      Jackson no longer offers private consultations.

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  2. Bobbi
    July 6, 2017 at 10:53 am (5 months ago)

    I have a big problem w my cat first if all he lickes himself bald, I’ve been taking hun to the vet fir shots for almost 2yrs now and it doesn’t seem to work, Dr says it’s stress related.. Idk what he can b stressed about? What can I do to help my midnite?? &2nd of all I’d like to adobt another cat or dog BUT MIDNITE will not allow another animal in the house!! Very territorial or jelous?? Idk what it is or what to do??

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  3. Carol Hunt
    July 1, 2017 at 5:55 pm (5 months ago)

    Dear Jackson…Love your program; taught me alot. I need help, please. My 18 yr old male died 3 weeks ago as a result of diabetes. My female, 19, is grieving it seems. She never seemed to care particularly about him but the day he didn’t return home, she became hostile, to put it mildly…bites, hisses, totally NOT the sweet, affectionate girl she was. Took her to the vet to get her health checked out…he was afraid of her…he said if she has a problem he considered her “untreatable”. I am gentle with her..breaks my heart she hates me now…together, we are all we have left in the house. I am 75 and
    feel badly for her as well as missing my feline friend.

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    • Ingrid
      July 2, 2017 at 5:28 am (5 months ago)

      I’m so sorry for your loss, Carol, what a distressing situation. I’m also sorry that your vet essentially abandoned you by calling your cat “untreatable.” That’s unconscionable as far as I’m concerned. I’d look for another vet, preferably one who deals with cats exclusively. I’m also wondering whether there’s another reason for her sudden aggression, it almost sounds like redirected aggression to me. Here’s more information on that: http://consciouscat.net/2012/03/12/redirected-aggression-when-good-cats-attack/ Lastly, since Jackson no longer does private consultations, you may want to consider working with a feline behaviorist. I can highly recommend Mikel Delgado http://www.felineminds.com/ or Daniel Quagliozzi https://gocatgosf.com/ Both offer remote consultations. I hope this helps.

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  4. Diane M Winans
    June 6, 2017 at 12:39 pm (6 months ago)

    I need help to keep my cats safe and not to be abroad. My neighbor is trying to get rid of my cats..I been doing everything I can to keep them from pooping on the neighbors porch

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  5. Diane M Winans
    June 6, 2017 at 12:33 pm (6 months ago)

    Love your show.I have 5 cats..there in and out. I have cat liter boxes outside and in.my neighbor complaing to are Association and neighbors that my cats are pooping on her yard.they now want me to abroad them..there other cats around.. I will not abroad any if them ..she threw poop In. Are house..giving us problems

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  6. Ashley
    May 13, 2017 at 5:49 pm (6 months ago)

    I was wondering if it costs any money to be on the show or if it’s free. I want our cats to get along, but I can’t really afford to pay money for someone to come and help..

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  7. Stacy Weber
    May 12, 2017 at 10:18 pm (7 months ago)

    I adopted a shelter cat about 2 years ago (looks like a British Shorthair, male fixed). He hid behind the TV for the first year. After one year, he got comfortable walking around my place. He interacts normally with the other two cats (they arrived later). The problem is he will hiss or run away if anyone tries to touch him including me (the owner). He will sniff the back of your hand and will let you pet him with a back scratcher but no human hands. He plays with toys now and then, like a regular cat. His paper work was stamped, feral. I’ve tried some of the ideas from the TV show – slow blinks and bed time stories but he does not change. Any suggestions, or is this the best you can expect from a “feral” cat.

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  8. Terri Cousins
    March 27, 2017 at 1:10 pm (8 months ago)

    Hello,

    I have (2) 4 year old cats and just adopted the sweetest, most lovable rescue cat (she is 1.5 years old).

    Bitsy gets along fantastic with her (they play all the time and there is no tension). BUT Buttercup is very aggressive and becoming violent with Honeybun (our rescue kitty).
    She prowls and jumps her & ATTACKS HER. Poor little girl.

    We followed the basic steps of “weaning them” to one another in separate rooms, then behind glass doors, then the door open just a bit etc….tried relaxing plug-ins….changed to a supposedly more relaxing food.

    I don’t want Buttercup to be angry and sad and I don’t want the little one to feel bullied, scared and prowled upon.

    PLEASE HELP!!!! We watch your show all the time, my two little girls (ages 11 & 9) said CALL JACKSON MOMMY!
    I also do not want to get rid of Honeybun 🙁 But we are at that point.

    Kind regards,
    Terri Cousins & Family
    772-475-1039

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  9. laurel
    February 23, 2017 at 5:48 pm (9 months ago)

    I love watching Jackson’s show and the results he gets are amazing! I don’t have a cat from hell but I think my cat has some issues to address that would make him happier. Toby is 8 now and we got him when he was 4. He seems to have separation anxiety, especially when we just step outside for a few minutes (but he might have anxiety all the time we are at work, I may need to get a camera to confirm) We come in and find him yowling and mounting a stuffed animal toy, holding a lanyard in his mouth. He is very focused and turns in circles while on the toy. The lanyard came with him and he is very protective of it and he NEEDS to know where it is at all times. Once I put it in my pocket for a week and he read me the riot act when he got it again. I just want him to be happy and would love to ask how I can help him cope with his issues.

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  10. Tina
    February 17, 2017 at 6:28 pm (9 months ago)

    Regarding being available for three full weekdays is that just for the casting call or the show? And where? I’d love to see if he could help my little girl, Miley.

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  11. breanna
    January 3, 2017 at 2:12 am (11 months ago)

    I got my cat monster about 2 years ago I was feeding his mom and sibling untill thay left him under my trailer I love him dearly I just can’t deal with it anymore first he started tearing up the carpet and I sprayed some stuff down for that and it’s not working and now I lifted up my sheets off my bed today because it smells like cat piss in my room and I find about 15 Circles of pissed on my mattress I don’t know what to do I don’t have money to take him to the vet because I’m 15 my mom won’t drive me to the vet unless I have money to take him and she won’t let me get a job so it doesn’t make sense tonight he’s having to sleep in the bathroom because I don’t want him peeing on anything else I put everything where he cannot reach it except for his food water his litter box and a toy while I was in the bathroom for about 7 minutes my dad came and put him in my room when I came in here to check on him I smell cat pee fresh cat pee he has peed on about all of my pillows except for one and a new jacket I had just gotten about a month ago he hides when company comes over and he hides from me now all he does is sleep in my parents room I’m having to sleep on the floor tonight because my bed I’m getting a new mattress in my room tomorrow I just don’t know what to do if he starts to do it again which he most likely will

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    • Ingrid
      January 3, 2017 at 6:27 am (11 months ago)

      You need to take your cat to the vet, Breanna.

      Reply
  12. Alberta thomas
    October 15, 2016 at 12:43 pm (1 year ago)

    We adopted our Lola a year ago.I have 2 litter boxes in different areas in the house. She poos in her boxes, but urinated on downstairs landing.I had just had her checked by my vet. No problem.I’ve moved a box to where she is urinating. I at loss we love this kitty 5 years old,this is the only problem,and we already replaced carpet $1500 worth.

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  13. Chenelle
    September 26, 2016 at 8:14 am (1 year ago)

    Love the show. I watch for pointers that I can use with my Misty. I have had many cat’s over the yrs, and seen different personalities. The last kitten I got was Misty, (Queen of the Nile). And she is the queen. She kinda like a dog. I got her @ 8wks. She had a litter of 4 when she turned 1. All were rehomed except one, Pharaoh. So I kept him. He LOVES him mom. And she loved him and our 2 small dogs. But now she is hissing at them all, when they aren’t even near her or paying attention to her. She walks in and just hisses and charges them. Weird thing is I tried to separate her and her sons food, but they still eat with each other. When shestone she swats him. Why is she acting this way all of the sudden? Now AL the animals see her and they run away, except for Pharaoh, he still just try to love her and play, but she wants no parts. And now she has charged at me but stops when she gets close enough and I don’t move. I stand my ground. I have always had convos with her, and she knows what I’m saying. What can I do to help her stop her attitude? Other than that she’s just a normal sweet loving and affectionate cat when she chooses to be.

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      • Chenelle
        September 26, 2016 at 8:57 am (1 year ago)

        Thank you Ingrid, I am definitely going to try these techniques and see what works. Hopefully she will get back to her self again.

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  14. Karen
    September 17, 2016 at 7:02 pm (1 year ago)

    Hi Jackson, we just applied, Fred Morris was born in LA and then moved to New Jersey where he worked got to know chipmunks; there he met a bad and a good vet, but now he’s very scared of vets, and doesn’t like staying inside as an indoor cat. So he’s biting and attacking us. Please help!

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  15. Jacqueline Clouse
    August 6, 2016 at 12:01 am (1 year ago)

    I have been watching the show trying to get tips on how to get my almost 2 year old cat and my twins 15 week old kittens to get along. Jr and Zena (the twins ) love to follow Rusty around , but Rusty just hisses at them

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  16. debbie
    August 1, 2016 at 8:10 am (1 year ago)

    I luv watching his show n how he’s able to catify n understand cat’s behavior n how to solve problems within the home. Keep up the good work Mr. Jackson Galazy the Cat-Daddy.

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  17. Janine
    August 1, 2016 at 6:54 am (1 year ago)

    I always enjoy seeing how he transforms cats’ personalities and behavior problems.

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