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A discredited professor makes a startling discovery about the neurology of cats - a discovery that could change humanity forever! But will anyone believe him in time?

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Alex Berenyi ...
Professor Walter Smart
Doug Kisgen ...
Ron Garrett
Lisa Wiles ...
Gayle Stewart
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A discredited professor makes a startling discovery about the neurology of cats - a discovery that could change humanity forever! But will anyone believe him in time?

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12 December 2006 (USA)  »

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$200 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The lab equipment is made from an old air filter filled with Christmas tree lights, and two shoe boxes with switches, LED lamps, and a "Tesla coil" type of fixture. See more »

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Walter: Ron, I found it! I found the algorithm!
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Pretty cool stuff--and at last the truth can be known!!!
21 September 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a nifty little sci-fi short that was just recently posted on IMDb for online viewing. While the plot of SPECIES FELIS DOMINARUS isn't the first time I saw a plot like this (I saw a dog version on EERIE, INDIANA about twenty years ago), it is something most out there haven't, so it's well worth a look.

A seemingly crackpot scientist keeps bothering his boss about some wonderful new breakthrough, though the boss tells him that no one can do what he's claiming he can do. The scientist tells his that he created a machine to read thoughts and it works on cats--because cats have more psychic power than humans! However, eventually, the boss actually shows concern when the scientist disappears--and what they discover is that cats aren't exactly the lovable little fur balls that we all have come to love.

Well written and executed, this one's worth seeing.


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