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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Shows how cats bring happiness and fulfillment to the people who love them. Also reveals how cats have helped humans get through difficult times.
Positive Role Models
Cat lovers are from all walks of life and backgrounds. Some are committed to cat rescue, fostering and rehoming, and raising money to help those who are helping cats.
Violence & Scariness
People share life stories that include living in violent neighborhoods and witnessing death. Illness, being scammed, and other difficult topics are sometimes discussed briefly.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Limited to spouses flirting or kissing with each other.
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Words like "damn," "crap," "ass," and occasionally "s--t" are audible.
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Products & Purchases
iPhones and Apple computers are visible, and the logo is clearly visible. There are references to social media platforms like TikTok and MySpace, and comments from unnamed social media platforms are also visible. It also showcases cat-inclusive videos and performances, including those from Moshow the Cat Rapper and the Acro-Cats.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Cat People is a docuseries that features people whose lives revolve around their love for cats. Their life stories sometimes refer to violent events, illness, suicide, and other difficult topics, but are offered within the context of how cats and cat-related work helped them through these times. There's some strong language and occasional cursing ("s--t") and Apple products are visible. Scenes from TikTok videos and images of comments on a range of social media platforms are frequent.
Is It Any Good?
The sweet, non-judgmental series features individuals who enjoy the love, fulfillment, solace, and in some cases, profit, their beloved cats bring to their human lives. As they showcase their kitties and reveal the ways their everyday lives revolve around them, they also share stories about when they became cat lovers, and how their lives changed. The ways their love for the animals inspired them to develop creative, unique, feline-inclusive career paths is also fascinating. Cat People will no doubt resonate with cat lovers in ways that dog lovers may never understand.
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