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Indie Rock Video Features 29 Cats


I love music, especially rock music. I like pretty much every genre of rock, from classic to alternative to heavy metal. But rock music and cats don’t always go together, especially since most cats don’t like loud noises (I make sure I only blast my music at top volume when I’m in my car, away from Allegra and Ruby’s sensitive ears.)

When Sasha Righini, the drummer for the indie rock band The Plastics from Cape Town, South Africa, contacted me about a new music video the band had recorded, I thought for sure that this was just another one of those pitches that I get every day from someone who wants to promote their product on The Conscious Cat, even though it has nothing whatsoever to do with cats.

But hey: when a rock musician emails me, I’m at least going to take a look. And what I discovered was so delightful, Continue Reading

A musical journey to The Cat House on the Kings

Cat House on the Kings cat sanctuary

Last Saturday, NatGeo Wild ran a special titled “The Lady with 700 Cats” about Cat House on the Kings, the largest cat sanctuary in the world. Did you watch it? Unfortunately, my cable system doesn’t offer NatGeo Wild, so I missed it. Hopefully, it will eventually be available for viewing online.

I did, however, come across this stunningly beautiful music video titled “Vanishing” by Scott Ryan, and I just had to share it with you. The video chronicles the cathartic journey of a mysterious loner to The Cat House on the Kings. Enjoy!


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