Sterling Davis, a resident of Atlanta, Georgia, was on a break from a rap tour when he decided to apply for a job collecting kitty litter at the county shelter. Davis simply wanted to keep himself occupied and earn some money, and he has always had a soft spot for animals.
Davis was motivated to be a part of the change after spending time with stray cats and rescues. As a result, he convened a meeting with his group to advise them of his choice not to return. The rapper devoted his entire time to assisting with cat rescues and educating the public.
He quickly learned he was the only black man at the shelter who dealt with cats, but it didn’t bother him. Davis was adamant about changing things, and his main goal was to aid animals and encourage the rescue and care of stray cats.
Davis remarked in an interview with TODAY:
“I messed up the interview because they had cats in the room, and I was playing with and kissing all of them.”
When the community learned about TrapKing, the Humane Society of Atlanta volunteered to spay and neuter the cats for free, which was extremely beneficial given the organization’s limited resources. at the precise time
“TrapKing’s objective is to challenge perceptions about guys in cat rescue not just among men, but also within black communities and local / animal rescue shelters.”