Inside the Mind of a Cat movie review - Aussieboyreviews


Using clips of adorable cats, this docu is very cute and instantly suitable for cat-lovers. And although there’s some very fascinating facts about their behaviour, it’s not overly likely to interest children or teach any real new information for cat owners.


Scientists, historians and cat experts explain the abilities of our loving pets and look at the relationship between the feline and the human.

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Movie details

Director: Andy Mitchell
Cast: Yuki Hattori, Maryna Savitska, Svitlana Savytska, Wailani Sung, Kristyn Vitale, Neil Wilson
Release Date (Australia): 18 August 2022
Runtime: 67 minutes/1h 7m
Genre: Documentary, Family
Country: USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (G)

The film includes animal predatory behaviour and instances of crude humour.

mpaa rating

NR (Not Rated)

Aussie boy's thoughts

A fact-packed and adorable, yet usually not a very interesting or a new-info docu on our furry little friends. Inside the Mind of a Cat is exactly what the title makes it sound like; this hour-long documentary looks at the behaviours, actions and thoughts of our pet cats, automatically recommending it for first-time cat owners or just anyone who doesn’t know too much about cats’ behaviours who are curious for some information.

The best place you could possibly find the most facts around cats’ behaviours, feelings, expressions and movements is obviously and undeniably the popular video-sharing app known as YouTube. There’s tons of videos going over all of these different topics about our pet cats, dogs and other animals. If you’ve seen it all on the Internet, you’re likely to know everything they’re talking about, but they do cover all the important details.

What will make this documentary so appealing to kids is the use of cat videos that are located on the Internet, but the conversations and topics in this documentary are discussed in ways that they may likely find uninteresting or they will find themselves fidgeting in their seats. Without a doubt, there’s lots of cute kitties in this documentary, but there’s no new information and the pacing is very much imperfect.

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