Cat Introductions Part 3: Dinner Time

Cat Introductions Part 3: Dinner Time

A note about this series: Introducing cats to other animals can be a tricky affair. That said, it
can also be smooth sailing, with very little potential conflict. And, it could fall somewhere
between the two. Every animal is an individual, as is every human and every household. That’s
exactly why I’ve made this series exhaustive in detail; […]

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Catnip Alternatives (For Cats “meh” about Catnip)

Catnip Alternatives (For Cats “meh” about Catnip)

This post is by Siena Lee-Tajiri.  Ten years ago, Siena brought a plate of homemade vegan brownies to her interview with Jackson Galaxy and well, she was hired! Of course, their mutual love for cats, music, and flower essences also played a part.
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Cat Introductions Part 2: Welcome Home!

Cat Introductions Part 2: Welcome Home!

A note about this series: Introducing cats to other animals can be a tricky affair. That said, it can also be smooth sailing, with very little potential conflict. And, it could fall somewhere between the two. Every animal is an individual, as is every human and every household. That’s exactly why I’ve made this series […]

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Cat Introductions Part 1: Before the Introduction

Cat Introductions Part 1: Before the Introduction

In my experience, bringing a new cat into another cat’s home can either be seen as no big deal, or a huge challenge. The truth, however, generally lies somewhere in the middle. In this series, we will explore the critical ins-and-outs of making this transition as smooth as possible for all involved—both feline and human!Episode […]

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Litter Box Mastery Part 2: Cleanliness Is Next To Catliness

Litter Box Mastery Part 2: Cleanliness Is Next To Catliness

As mentioned in Part One of this series, there is no stock, one-size-fits-all solution to litter box issues. So while writing my latest book, Total Cat Mojo, I presented my Ten Litter Box Commandments as a way of offering some general starting-point guidelines for your problem-solving detectivism. This four-part series is a condensed rundown of what […]

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Cat Daddy Dictionary: The Wallflower

Cat Daddy Dictionary: The Wallflower

Wallflower (aka the“victim” or“scaredy” cat) – ˈwôlˌflou(ə)r -(nounˆ) One of the three mojo-based cat archetypes; One who exhibits timid, skittish, or scared behavior as a matter of personality, as opposed to because of traumatic events; As in“Monty is a Wallflower by nature,” to which the answer would be: “Who is Monty? You have a cat?”General Characteristics:
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Litter Box Mastery | ​​Part One: The Multiple-Box Solution

Litter Box Mastery | ​​Part One: The Multiple-Box Solution

While writing my new book, Total Cat Mojo, I encountered a pretty big roadblock when it came to encapsulating what I know about litter box problems(and one that I run into when explaining to clients): There is no stock, one-size-fits-all solution to these issues. They are like pee and poop-shaped snowflakes, as individual as the cat […]

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Declawing: Don’t Do It!

Declawing: Don’t Do It!

Hey Everyone –
I’m privileged enough to have written several books on the subject of cats and my life with them. I often get questions about certain topics and realize that there’s no better way to answer them than to reference what I’ve already written. This is one of those times.
This excerpt is from my latest […]

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Skittish? Scared? Hiding? Cat Daddy Cocoons to the Rescue!

Skittish? Scared? Hiding? Cat Daddy Cocoons to the Rescue!

Do you have a closet cat, an under-the-bed cat, someone whose primary objective is to remain unnoticed, safe from scrutiny? If so, you likely have a“Wallflower Cat” on your hands.

Hiding is about being small and invisible. It’s hanging out in what we call the “Unconfident Where.” Believe me, there is a stark difference in body […]

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Keeping Cats Indoors

Keeping Cats Indoors

Cat Daddy BookmobileHey Everyone –I’m privileged enough to have written several books on the subject of cats and my life with them. I often get questions about certain topics and realize that there’s no better way to answer them than to reference what I’ve already written. This is one of those times.This excerpt is from […]

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