Jackson Galaxy Returns for Animal Planet COVID-19 Special

By: Monique Millet and Nicole Mandell

Galaxy is faced with a whole new set of quarantine cat behaviors that test his skills against some of the most claw-some felines he has ever met. Watch a special MY CAT FROM HELL on Animal Planet July 11 at 10P ET.

May 22, 2020

MY CAT FROM HELL's Jackson Galaxy returns to Animal Planet during the COVID-19 pandemic to face all-new fur-ious felines who have gone from peacefully destroying curtains and toilet paper rolls with zero human distraction to spending every waking moment with their cat guardians.

In MY CAT FROM HELL: AT HOME WITH THE DEVIL, Galaxy has one goal in mind - to prevent cat guardians from returning their fostered or adopted furry friends to animal shelters. He wants to help both new and established pet owners avoid further cat-astrophes, understand how to properly care for their cats, and keep their furry friends from turning their lives and homes upside down! Looking to co-exist peacefully with your cat during self-isolation? Find more information on casting at Discovery.com/Casting.

The special will be shot on the mobile devices and cameras available in Galaxy and the cat guardian own homes during self-isolation and will be produced remotely. Galaxy's aim is always to help guardians better understand their feline friends and improve relationships. And sometimes, it's not only the cat’s devilish attitude that needs Galaxy's magic touch! To hear a special message from the cat daddy himself, head over to twitch at @JacksonGalaxy.

MY CAT FROM HELL: AT HOME WITH THE DEVIL, will premiere July 11 at 10P ET on Animal Planet or stream it live on Animal Planet GO. Viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #MyCatFromHell and follow Animal Planet on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates.

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