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Best Friend Forgotten (2004)

The captivating documentary "Best Friend Forgotten" sheds light on the difficult issue of pet overpopulation. The documentary, hosted by David Duchovny (X-files), tells the stories of Oreo ... See full summary »

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Julie Lofton

Writer:

Julie Lofton
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David Duchovny ... Himself - Host
Peter Haase Peter Haase ... Peter Haase
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The captivating documentary "Best Friend Forgotten" sheds light on the difficult issue of pet overpopulation. The documentary, hosted by David Duchovny (X-files), tells the stories of Oreo the cat and Clover the dog as they face the harsh realities of pet overpopulation. Viewers get a thoughtful and balanced look at the controversial practice of euthanasia and the alternative "no-kill" movement. Candid interviews reveal common myths about spaying and neutering, and leaders from government to animal rights groups discuss the plague of pet overpopulation and the impact on our society. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary

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PG
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Official Sites:

Voice to Animals - info

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 November 2004 (USA) See more »

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RCD Entertainment See more »
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Color
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Amazing! Amazing! Amazing!
24 June 2004 | by realitycontentSee all my reviews

Best Friend Forgotten is so amazing! I saw this movie on PBS and fell in love with Clover and Oreo. Thank god this show was made. Also, David Duchovny is awesome as the host. Way to go David! My favorite part about this film is that it's range of emotions it provokes. There is comedy, suspense, drama, sadness, and happiness! I also found it to be very informative, I learned so much from it. It's really cool that it didn't give opinions and force me to feel a certain way. I definitely feel that I got to make my own decision about how I felt about Pet Overpopulation. Also, I really felt inspired to get involved with volunteering at the local Animal Shelter. I really have nothing negative to say about Best Friend Forgotten, which is strange, because I always find some fault and problem in movies I see.


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