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Being an... "older" guy, I grew up with the internet and with cats. I was suprised to see Keyboard Cat wasn't on here or Nyan Cat. Also RIP Lil' Bub. He must have passed not long after this was filmed.
And while it is true the internet is made of cats, sometimes it means certain things start being done to cats that is wrong. For example a way to common thing now is "fat cats" or also "thicc cats". While an obese cat may seem funny, remember it is no different than an obese human. Unhealthy and deadly.
Such as with "FatCatHercules". In most cases the cat becomes this way because of the owner. Having them on the wrong diet, not playing with them enough, overfeeding them, to many treats....etc. In case the Hercules I was kind of annoyed that the owner mentioned making him a start to help pay for his diet food. Don't get me wrong, normal cat food alone can be expensive.
But you made the cat that way and everyone in her family is "obese". And its apparent they have money so I am not sure why she would be in this documentary. Though I imagine its just to get more attention for more money. I'd also add that America is the only country in the world where cat obesity rates are almost equal to the obesity rate of humans.
Where as some people, like Lil Bubs owner took good care of a disabled cat and seemed to care about them. I've also noticed more people forcing their cat to try and be popular. Such as making it hiss violently by tugging on its tail or things alone this line.
To back to the review, this is a great documentary. It was good seeing some of the old cat stars. I am glad they did address about the not so good side of cat fandom in recent years.
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