How To Unlock Jigglesworth, Sr. The Goo-Cat Mount In World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands

An overview of the steps to unlock the mount Jigglesworth, Sr.

The Jigglesworth, Sr. mount, otherwise known as ‘Goo-Chat‘, is quite the feat and a pretty hot item in World Of Warcraft: Shadow Lands at present. The mount itself is so unique that it is sure to catch the eye of any passerby when you mount it. The effort and achievement to unlock it is also remarkable in itself.

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If you’re looking for a mount and wondering how to get your hands on this slimy cat mount, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s take a look at what you’ll need to do to add Jigglesworth, Sr. to your mount collection.

Unlock the Jigglesworth, Sr./Goo-Cat mount

Unlocking this support is not an easy task. You’ll have to fight some pretty tedious enemies in the Shadowlands to get it. Integrating Goo-Cat into your mount collection will allow you to complete all of the bosses in the Natria Castle, Sanctuary of Dominationand Sepulcher of the First raids on Ordinary difficulty when they are Destined.


The opportunity to unlock the Jigglesworth, Sr. mount via Fates of the Shadowlands raids will be Will no longer be available once Dragonflight launches.

By the launch of Dragonflight on November 28, all three Shadowlands raids will be in rotation to be Fated. Your best bet for finding yourself a raid is to find a predefined raid group in the group finder that says it’s running it in its description. Normal is different from LFR difficulty so LFR Fated raids will not count for this mount.

Fate Raid Rotation:

October 11 – Sanctuary of Domination

October 18 – Sepulcher of the First

October 25 – Nathria Castle

Raids will continue in this rotation until Dragonflight is released.

If you’re unfamiliar with combat in these raids, researching, catching up on combat, and knowing what mechanics you’ll be dealing with is a surefire way to make sure you can get away with it. These fights can be tricky, especially when intended, so knowing your fight is half the battle.

A Fated raid is a more difficult version of this raid. So if you do Normal Fated Castle Nathria, it will be a harder version of Normal Castle Nathria. They will also have weekly affixes and additional mechanics, making the raid all the more difficult. You’ll want to check out affixes before joining and be aware of the additional mechanics they can bring to fights. That being said, it will also drop better loot.

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