Guy With A Unique Name Helps Trap, Neuter, And Return Cats Due To Overpopulation

It developed out of Southern hip-hop, and it’s typically bleak and ominous lyrically, according to Wikipedia. It’s defined by its use of certain drums and synthesizers, and the songs speak to the difficulty of life in the environments these artists have grown up in.

Sterling Davis began performing in this much-maligned style, but when he began volunteering at an animal shelter between being out on the road, his life totally changed.

This is partially due to his musical past, but also because he’s a community advocate for TNR: trap, neuter, return.

He’s breaking stereotypes as a black man in the cat advocate community, and he hopes that other men and people of color will join him.

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