The Cat-Loving Troubadour of Animal Planet TV

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John Fulton and Tama, a calico cat who is the station master and operating officer at Kishi Station in Kinokawa, Wakayama, Japan.

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The Cat-Loving Troubadour of Animal Planet TV

Musician John Fulton combined his talent for song and fancy for felines and became a successful TV host. Fulton stopped by The Animal House to give us a cat’s eye view of his show, which airs on the Animal Planet cable network.

Musician John Fulton combined his talent for song and fancy for felines and became a successful TV host. Fulton stopped by The Animal House to give us a cat’s eye view of his show, which airs on the Animal Planet cable network. A tough act to follow but we give it our best shot, with a conversation between Sam Litzinger and celebrated National Geographic photojournalist Brian Skerry, who discusses his new collection of underwater images, “Ocean Soul.” After that, The Loh Down on Science with Sandra Loh offers a lighthearted cow-culation of “Math For Cows”

Music: “Must Love Cats”, “Lullaby”, “Tashirojima” – John Fulton; “The Sea” - Morcheeba

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So excited to watch this show, I am cat lover and want to learn more ideas on how to care a cat. - James Stuckey

June 1, 2013 - 5:17am
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