"My Cat from Hell" Season 6 on Animal Planet is a reality series featuring cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy, who tackles the most catastrophic cat cases he's ever encountered.

Armed with 15 years of experience, a proven training program and his signature guitar case filled with cat toys, Galaxy is on a mission to help cat owners find the source of conflict with their furry friends. In this season, Jackson swoops in to solve a gamut of feline-related issues and repair the relationships they're ruining, including the hair-raising case of a cat terrorizing its owner's Pilates business by attacking her clients. Whether it's the cat or the owners behaving badly, leave it to Galaxy to save the day!

Season 4

The series returns with 17 new episodes, which aim to test Galaxy's knowledge and teach this seasoned cat man some new tricks. This season's gamut of calamitous cat cases includes felines that can't control their bladders, kitty turf wars, cat mood swings and a ferocious feline that does severe damage to its 95-year-old owner. Galaxy also tackles the human elements at the root of these problems, including feuding roommates, enabling owners, overbearing cat parents and confused disciplinarians.

Season 5

In addition to making cat-calls in Los Angeles, for the first time, the Cat Daddy takes his more than 15 years of experience to Austin and San Diego to repair feline-owner conflicts. And, in what may be one of his biggest challenges to date, Galaxy heads to Portland, Oregon to help Himalayan, Lux, the aggressive cat that became Internet famous for terrorizing his cat guardians, scratching their baby and forcing them to call 911 for assistance.

This season, unruly cats are bouncing off walls, peeing everywhere and maniacally screeching from night terrors. One particular cat is so callous that she attacks whenever she hears her owner laughing or crying. These cat cases push the Cat Daddy to his limits as he pulls out all the tricks his signature guitar case holds. Can Galaxy rise to the challenge for these owners who are at their wits' end?

Season 6

This season, Galaxy returns to familiar territory but with new cases in Austin, Los Angeles and San Diego. Even though Galaxy has experience working in these cities, it won't give him any advantage with this season's frantic felines. Galaxy gets whisker to whisker with the cats on their turf, and things get mighty catty: a bloodthirsty cat in Austin attacks its guardian's clients and threatens her at-home business; a urine-crazed feline in L.A. forces her owners to wear face masks to avoid the pungent smell; and for the first time, Galaxy encounters a cat that may not fall for his trademark slow blink technique that thus far has tamed the most ferocious felines.

Galaxy has a few other tricks up his sleeves and is armed with his proven training program and cat mojo to tackle these hellish felines. Galaxy aims to correct cat behavior and improve kitty-owner relationships ... and sometimes, it's not just the cats that need Galaxy's magic touch!

Season 7

This season, Jackson travels from coast to coast assisting cat families who need help establishing a harmonious living situation. Jackson's first client of the season is model and social media star Adrianne Curry and her menacing cat, Billy Shears. When Billy isn't playing with his poop or meowing at all hours of the night, he's destroying their 1920s art deco apartment with his scratching. Jackson also counsels other high-profile cases, including the Internet-famous Jimmy Slap cat and a former Real Housewife of Orange County, who is dealing with a different kind of cat fight! Plus, Jackson deals with a kitten that refuses to make friends with the litter box (possibly because its owner insists on dressing it up) as well as a cat obsessed with licking its humans and a couple who is held prisoner by a bloodthirsty feline. Litter-ally Jackson deals with some of the worst cat-on-cat and cat-to-human aggression!

Season 8

After twenty years of helping hellish felines and their guardians, cat behavior expert Jackson Galaxy jumps into the fire with some of the most challenging cat cases in his career. Plus, he ventures into the wild world of feral felines and works with the shelter community to improve lives of adoptable cats in the new season.

In the season premiere, Jackson counsels a couple who admit they are worried for their baby when their cat, Sebastian, becomes increasingly aggressive — so aggressive he even injures Jackson. Then, with the strategic use of catification and playtime, Jackson teaches a guardian how to satisfy his Savannah hybrid's natural hunting instinct indoors ... instead of outside in coyote territory. Jackson also works with a cat who is suffering from severe separation anxiety after he was rescued, a cat who is tortured by the sight of her own tail and a woman and her son who have become overwhelmed by caring for a colony of feral cats.

But not all pet guardians have tumultuous relationships with their cats. Throughout the season, Jackson will share heartwarming "My Cat from Heaven" stories that show the deep bond between humans and felines and prove dogs are not man's only best friend.

"My Cat from Hell" is produced for Animal Planet by 3 Ball Productions/Eyeworks USA. Melinda Toporoff is the executive producer for Animal Planet. JD Roth, Todd A. Nelson and Adam Kaloustian are executive producers for 3 Ball.


Network: Animal Planet
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: May 14, 2011
Seasons: 8
Production Companies:
3 Ball Productions
Eyeworks USA

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