Cat Mojo is the confidence that cats exhibit when they are at ease in their environment and in touch with their natural instincts—to hunt, catch, kill, eat, groom, and sleep. Problems such as litter box avoidance and aggression arise when cats lack this confidence. Jackson Galaxy’s number one piece of advice to his clients is to help their cats harness their mojo.
This book is his most comprehensive guide yet to cat behavior and basic cat care, rooted in understanding cats better. From getting kittens off to the right start socially, to taking care of cats in their senior years, and everything in between, this book addresses the head-to-toe physical and emotional needs of cats—whether related to grooming, nutrition, play, or stress-free trips to the vet.
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Praise for Jackson Galaxy
“…Though he may be dealing with humans who have been terrorized and even bloodied by their out-of-control pets, he’s a model of consistency. The cats, not the people, are his No. 1 priority.”
—The New York Times
“He’s the kind of magic man who can lull a shelter’s roomful of ferocious felines to sleep.”
As the host of Animal Planet’s hit show “My Cat from Hell,” Jackson Galaxy has seen and helped solve it all—cats that jeopardize relationships, cats that are having trouble adjusting after a move, or cats that scratch and spray for seemingly unknown reasons. Whether the issue is as large as this or as small as figuring out what litter box to use or why your kitty doesn’t like to cuddle, the solution is often the same: gain a better understanding of your cat.
In his New York Times bestseller Catification, Galaxy outlined the environmental issues that many cat owners face and offered stylish solutions. Now, in his long-awaited new book, TOTAL CAT MOJO: The Ultimate Guide to Life with Your Cat (TarcherPerigee; Paperback; On-sale October 31, 2017), Galaxy explores everything readers need to know to truly understand their cats’ behavior and build better relationships with them.
Galaxy defines Cat Mojo as the confidence that cats exhibit when they are at ease in their environment and in touch with their natural instincts to hunt, catch, kill, eat, groom, and sleep. This comprehensive guide helps cat parents avoid common issues that arise in homes today by helping them understand their cats’ innate drives (what he calls the “Raw Cat”) and offering the tools and knowledge to create a healthy family dynamic. Topics covered include:
- How to establish routines and rituals to provide your cat with a predictable daily rhythm for stability and confidence
- Ideas for creating your own Mojo map to identify socially significant areas and patterns – such as where to put the litterbox, where to put a cat tree, etc.
- Education on rules of the litterbox – the right and wrongs of cleaning, de-scenting, texture, and placement of the box with your cat’s Mojo in mind
- How to transform necessary but dreaded activities – nail clippings, vet visits – into mojo-fied interactions by considering what we do and how we do itA guide for anyone who wants to understand their feline companions better, TOTAL CAT MOJO offers all the insights and solutions cat owners need to help their cats rediscover their Mojo.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Jackson Galaxy is a cat behaviorist and the host of Animal Planet’s hit show My Cat from Hell and their upcoming show Cat Meets Dog. He is the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Catification: Designing a Happy and Stylish Home for Your Cat (and You!). Jackson is also the author of Cat Daddy: What the World’s Most Incorrigible Cat Taught Me About Life, Love, and Coming Clean.
Mikel Maria Delgado is co-owner of Feline Minds, a San Francisco Bay area based cat behavior consulting business. She is currently working on her doctorate in psychology at the University of California at Berkeley, studying animal behavior and human-animal relationships.