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MPAA Rated PG for some action and rude humor

Sex & Nudity

  • In one scene, a dog imagining kissing another dog and we see that she also bring her tongue out for that kissing.

Violence & Gore

  • A rabbit and a monkey fight with martial arts blows.


  • There is use of very mild bad language ('jerk', 'dopes', 'God').
  • There is one use of "pissed", which is a first for an Illumination film. In some versions, this is changed to "peeved".
  • The angry cat at the vet screams at his owner saying, "You mother-" followed by a meow, which is a reference to other bad words.
  • There is also one use of "turd".
  • A LOT of "name calling" for a children's movie. "Jerk, stupid, dope, weirdo". Characters treating one another poorly and in demeaning ways.
  • 1 use of "idiot"
  • Sucker Is Used By Pops And Suckers Is used by daisy

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A cat says she was given catnip, and then behaves in a very "stoned" manner.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Pets are chased by a sinister circus ringmaster and his wolves.
  • The ringmaster threatens a performing tiger with a whip and an electric prod.
  • A frightened dog tries to rescue a lamb from a perilous cliff face.
  • The ringmaster pulls out a gun and levels it to shoot one of the animals and kill it. Pretty intense scene for a kids movie.
  • There is a circus with animals in the movie. Circuses with tortured animals are prohibited across Europe because of the cruelty against animals.


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Violence & Gore

  • The villain is hit by a car twice. The first time is unexpected, and the second time a character backs up to intentionally hit him again. This is played for comedic effect, and he is shown still being mostly okay after being hit.

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