Please join us for our 16th annual Compassionate Feast featuring Sterling “Trapking” Davis!
More information to come!
Compassionate Feast will likely be a hybrid event: with an in-person option for those who feel comfortable, and a virtual viewing for attendees who prefer to stay home. The silent auction will be completely online, as this was a very popular format last year, and the in-person program (which will be streamed to virtual attendees) will include a musical guest, keynote speaker Sterling Davis, gourmet vegetarian/vegan dinner and more!
Thank you for your understanding as we wait to announce the full event details. As summer takes shape, we will have a more accurate picture of the safety procedures needed this fall. In the meantime, get excited about the TrapKing! We sure are!
November 12, 2021
Tickets coming soon
Sponsorship opportunities coming soon
Our Featured Guest
Sterling “Trapking” Davis
From Rapper to Trapper: you don’t lose cool points for compassion
Sterling “TrapKing” Davis is a well-traveled, ex-military, music and cat enthusiast who has always loved entertaining and interacting with people. Since childhood, he was also the only guy in his neighborhood that loved cats. One day, while taking a break from the rap group he was performing with, Sterling saw a posting for a job cleaning litter boxes at his local shelter. He needed something to do to pass the time so he applied for the job.
He started cleaning litter boxes and loved working with cats so much, he was promoted to an outreach position where he could focus on trap-neuter-return (TNR), the only way to humanely control cat overpopulation. It was at that point he decided to give up his successful music career and focus on his passion for cats.
In 2017, he started his own nonprofit, Trapking Humane Cat Solutions, where he focuses on educating, assisting, and doing TNR and community cat management. Davis’ mission is to change the stereotypes of not only men in cat rescue, but also bridge the gap in communication between black communities and predominantly white animal welfare organizations. He lives and breathes his motto, you don’t lose cool points for compassion.
Today Davis is a sought-after speaker all over the world, speaking at events like Cat Con, Cat Camp, Meow DC and fundraising events for small rescues and shelters across the United States. Sterling hopes to one day travel the country in a recreational vehicle, teaching animal advocates in communities of all sizes how to care for their community cats.