Parents' Guide to

Battle Kitty

By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Semi-interactive series is edgy fun, with cartoon violence.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 15+

Based on 20 parent reviews

age 16+

Dangerous content for children.

It is grooming, complete rubbish. I recommend you keep your kids away from this disturbing show. I was shocked.
age 12+

S&M clad booties for kids!?

NOT FOR KIDS. Saw some reviews online and kept an open mind in case there were just some overly Karen parents about. Colour me shocked when I did in fact see a leather clad butt bent over in fishnet tights! I have a 5 year old who enjoys copying what he sees, there is a lot of the characters playing with each other’s ‘booties’ and seems to be a lot of sexual innuendo too. How is it okay for the characters to be wearing such sexualised clothing!? How can they be role modelling this kind of contact as ‘friendship’ (or role modelling this kind of contact at all). I’m disgusted that Netflix allows young children to access this, I wouldn’t want my older child watching it either because it’s just mindlessly stupid- but at least an older child has a clear understanding of boundaries and will know that it’s not okay to be copying the show like this. Smaller children are way too impressionable. I’d be mortified if my child ended up copying any of this behaviour in school, or anywhere else!!!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (20 ):
Kids say (2 ):

This edgy series doesn't quite know who its audience is, or why it's interactive -- that said, it's still a fun romp through a goofball kingdom. Unlocking episodes feels a little more like a chore than a game, but kids will find the relationship between the unlikely friends charming (while parents may not love the potty humor).

TV Details

  • Premiere date: April 19, 2022
  • Network: Netflix
  • Genre: Kids' Animation
  • TV rating: TV-Y7
  • Last updated: February 17, 2023

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