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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Devastated to hear of the death of Steve Cash this morning If you ever watched the Talking Kitty videos on YouTube you will know that he was the talent behind them. He lately suffered badly with DEPRESSION and its so sad that it’s taken this talented man. RIP
— Sally Jacko (@magcart219) April 17, 2020
I am saddened to hear that Steve Cash has taken his own life. He brought so much joy to others with his Talking Kitty Cat series, I just wished he had kept some of that joy for himself. RIP Steve@RealSteveCash83https://t.co/GDBk8rSHe3
— Merlin Ohseven (@merlin07) April 17, 2020
@Cash83Steve I never met this man but here I am shedding a tear hearing of his death after his ongoing battle with depression. Such a huge fan of Talking Kitty & those videos cheered my dark days up. Thoughts to all your family & friends RIP Steve Cash#Sylvester #TalkingKitty
— TeleWatcher (@tele_watcher) April 17, 2020
Steve Cash, creator of the viral Talking Kitty series on YouTube, lost his battle with bipolar depression. He was very open about his struggles and getting help. I can’t imagine what his family are going through right now. Rest easy man
— Whitney (@FantasticWhit84) April 17, 2020
RIP a legend… Im in shock… Steve Cash, the creator of the Talking Kitty videos with Sylvester, Gibson, Random Kitty, Gibbyson, and GG took his life yesterday…
Thank you Steve for your hilarious videos… They used to make me snile when I felt down… rest easy…
— MlSTY – COMMISSIONS ARE OPEN (@MlSTYPOO) April 17, 2020
I can not express how saddened I am to hear of the amazing Steve Cash’s passing he brought such joy to so many dispute suffering so badly himself with Mental health problems. May you leave your Demons behind and find peace with Gibson, my heart goes out to his family & pets https://t.co/k98DCZKl58
— Leanne (@MattLenC) April 17, 2020
1. If you’ve ever seen the hilariously dirty Sylvester the talking kitty cat videos on the internet, the creator of those videos had died. Steve Cash is his name and he took his own life. He had 2.5 million YouTube subscribers and countless fans.
— Ryan Hall (@ryanhallwrites) April 17, 2020
So sad to hear about the death of the wonderful Steve Cash. The creator of Sylvester the talking kitty. Rainbow Bridge has a new guardian of all its kitty cats now #stevecash #sylvesterthetalkingkitty #MentalHealthAwareness #bekind #MentalHealthMatters #ripsteve
— (@LexieAshmore) April 17, 2020