Advertisements Yet another pet psychiatrist, Jackson Galaxy, muscian by night, cat behaviorist by day, comes on the scene. Having had cats most of my life, of course I tuned in! It was an hour show about 2 different cases. First up was Bear. A super aggressive feline. He would get really upset when there were strangers in the house. Jackson gets tagged pretty good by this one. Apparently, the solution was to give the cat some high places so he would feel comfortable and safe. They fixed it so he could walk around the living room without getting on the floor. By the end of the episode, he was showing his belly to the guests while on his perch (only comfortable cats will do this). The 2nd part featured Sully who scared easily and had several behaviors that irritated his "cat guardian's" live in boyfriend. The boyfriend wanted the cats out of the bedroom and this guy liked to rattle the door at 5 in the morning. Jackson wanted all rooms open to the cat but the boyfriend wanted a cat free zone. Jackson gave in and the solution was an automated air can that would spray air at the cat as it came near the door. The cat started staying away from the door. When Jackson first got there, the cat was hiding in an enclosed litterbox so they opened the box and moved it to the center of the room so it wouldn't be attractive as a hiding spot. They put a cat perch in the area instead which the cat liked. Jackson also wanted the boyfriend to be more invested in the cat (and the boyfriend liked dogs) so he showed them how to train the cat to walk on a leash. By the end of the episode, the boyfriend was making perches on the wall for the cats and actually called Sully "my cat" much to his own surprise.