I first met Sterling Davis, the Trap King, at CatCamp NYC in May of 2018. I was immediately impressed with his passion for cats and for creating change in the world. Sterling is one of the most genuine people I’ve ever encountered. I was thrilled that NBC News did an indepth story about him and his work last week, chronicling his transition from rapper to cat rescuer. Read How this rapper quit his music career to start a cat rescue for more about this very special cat guy.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, I offered some suggestions on how to cope with uncertainty, on Monday, we told you about the top five holiday hazards for cats, on Tuesday, we featured gorgeous orthopedic cat loungers and beds, on Wednesday, we told you about the adorable gingerbread cat scratcher house and gingerbread cat toy from Triple T Studios, and on Friday, we featured cozy flannel can blankets. And don’t forget to enter our holiday giveaway to win an Assisi Loop for your cat!

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Today’s video is proof that Saturday morning cartoons are not just for human children – enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

Photo via NBC News/courtesy of Sterling Davis

4 Comments on Mews and Nips: Trap King Sterling Davis Gets Mainstream Media Coverage

  1. I met Sterling at an Acrocats show. He was touring with them. I was very impressed with him & am thrilled with his mission.

  2. I have always felt that the definition of a real man is one who has and shows compassion for children and animals. Bless you, Sterling.

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