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Memorial Broadcast For Cat Galaxy Creator & Manager Expected To Be The Most Difficult

Saturday, December 28, 2013 11:48
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This Sunday’s live memorial broadcast to honor Isis, the first cat to ever create and own a radio station for cats, is expected to be the most difficult and emotional the station has ever aired. Ever since Cat Galaxy first went on the air (and is the first ever and only known radio station for cats) Isis was its station manager, until she passed away in June of this year. However, as difficult as it is to move forward without her, the station’s human owner and broadcaster Nohl Rosen says that is exactly what Isis would’ve wanted and is hoping many will remember her for the legacy she left.
 
“Isis definitely left her mark on the world and she will be missed. It’s been very hard to move forward without her here because she was indeed a driving force behind this station and its success. She was a very important part of my life and I’ll never forget her. However, her work will continue and we will be putting some great stuff together for the upcoming year. Nonetheless, tomorrow’s broadcast will be very emotional and I still get a bit teary eyed thinking about it,” said Rosen.
 
One of the biggest steps in the station’s recovery was appointing a new station manager and though there are some pretty big paws to fill, Isis’ brother Icarus has taken over those duties and has already picked up where she left off. Since the station first started broadcasting in April 2001, Cat Galaxy has been the focus of many news stories and has also won a broadcasting award. The station has also been a voice for the cats by promoting adoptions and the no-kill cat rescue effort. Since the station’s inception over 5 million cats have either visited the web site or listened to the broadcasts and Isis was there overseeing many of them and was heavily involved in Cat Galaxy’s operations.
 
“Isis had per paws in everything that got aired and we still feel like she’s still around. Since her passing Icarus has done an excellent job in making sure that this station keeps functioning. I’d say she left it in good paws,” Rosen added.
 
The memorial broadcast will air from 10am – 12pm Arizona time on Cat Galaxy. You can find the station online at www.catgalaxymedia.com

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