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If you love cats, appreciate cat antics or just like watching cat videos online, you should be listening to Meowster Podcast. Each episode of the podcast explores a different hilarious cat topic from popular culture and current events.

Download new episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month.

Learn more about Meowster's hosts:

Rebecca Zisch is a cat behaviorist, writer and veterinary nurse. She is also the proud guardian of fluffy cat brothers Pergo and Colonel Lint. You can visit her counseling service and blog at Friends Forever Counseling.

Tim Black is a voice actor and unashamed cat lover. He happily cares for chubby Harriet (Whose meow can be heard at the end of every episode). Check out Tim's voice work at The Voice of Tim.

Dec 15, 2015

Usually when we think about cats in nature on PBS, we imagine big cats traversing the African savannahs in lavish documentaries. But get ready to embolden your imagination because there’s a new cat in the public television landscape: Nature Cat! And Meowster Podcast is proud to be among the fans of this energetic,...

Dec 1, 2015

Meowster Podcast is going back to Hoagie's Alley for the fifth time. And we want you to know that you will hear sirens on this recording. No, you are not getting pulled over. And, no, TC and the gang are not getting arrested. Well, not this time at least.


Nov 15, 2015

I think we can all agree that cats are independent spirits. So, it only makes sense that some of the best cat actors working today are marking their territory in independent films like “Listen Up, Philip” and “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”.



Nov 1, 2015

Hey there, cat! Do you want to be a star on Broadway? Can you sing, dance, jump off a stool, sit still on moving scenery and eat on cue while being threatened with a prop gun? If the answer is “yes,” you just may have what it takes to make it on the Great White Way. But don’t miss your cue or you just might be...

Oct 15, 2015

The film "Ghost Cat" proves that even in the after-life cats will still wake you up, knock things off shelves, walk discordantly across pianos and, most importantly, beg for food.