A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series offers facts about different breeds, including their history, what to expect from them, and how to take care of them responsibly.
It highlights the happiness cats have brought to their owners, and vice versa.
Positive Role Models
It showcases cat experts and responsible cat owners.
Experts are male and female, and occasionally a cat owner of diverse racial/ethnic background is featured. One episode features a neurodiverse child.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this family-friendly reality series offers lots of facts about different breeds of cats. It highlights some of the specific physical and medical challenges associated with each breed, as well as ways of taking care of them responsibly. It also showcases the felines with their loving owners. On occasion a cat owner's vlog or online channel is discussed, and cat-associated brands like IAMS are occasionally visible at featured cat events.
Is It Any Good?
This lighthearted but informative series offers cat lovers, owners, and future owners concrete information that they can use to help choose and raise a healthy pet. It successfully breaks down some of the details about each breed so that people will know what to realistically expect from the cat they choose to live with. Granted, Cats 101 might not immediately appeal to folks who don't have an affection for cats. That said, even non-animal lovers will appreciate the show's genuine warmth and affection for felines. This, combined with the series' wealth of information, makes it worth tuning into.
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