Now here's a demographic that's been neglected! (see press release, below) I'd check this station out, only I don't want the kitties to start pestering me to buy all the great stuff they hear advertised. I've managed to keep Evel unaware of the existence of tri-level cat condos for 15 years now, and am trying to keep it that way.
A Radio Station for Pets? DogCatRadio.com Is Born! Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2005 -– Whether or not you’d like to believe your ears, Morusa Records, an indie music label in Los Angeles, has launched DogCatRadio.com – an online radio station just for pets.
DogCatRadio.com plays a variety of music ranging from classical to classics to soft rock and pop. The interesting thing is that the broadcast is aimed at pets. In other words, the DJ’s direct their dialogue to pets and not humans.
On one recent broadcast DJ Steve Harris said: “It’s 15 minutes past the hour, we’ll be kicking off another round of pet-friendly music, but first, the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) reminds you to drink plenty of water and try to stay cool during the hot summer season.”
“Call it what you will, but if you’re like most Americans, your pet is part of the family,” says President, Adrian Martinez. “Sure, they get a kick out of taking a drive, or going for a walk but did you ever stop to think they might want to hear music while you’re away at work?”
“I think it’s a great idea -- a radio station we pet owners can listen to at home with our pets,” says Susan Hilton, who has already tuned in and has 3 dogs of her own. “Besides, I’d rather listen to comments regarding dogs and cats than the tabloid gossip that goes on in other radio stations.”