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The Cat Rescuers

The Cat Rescuers is a movie starring Claire Corey, Tara Green, and Stuart Siet. Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated,...

Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Stuart Siet, Tara Green, Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Claire Corey
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated, volunteer rescuers have come to their aid. Our film focuses on four of them in the borough of Brooklyn.

Comments about documentary «The Cat Rescuers» (7)

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Craig Woods

The director, Sharon MacAlister, made an excellent documentary on the efforts to save the critically endangered cat, the Hundreths. The documentary is accompanied by a new song by local singer Emily Baeza. It is the second-ever film to feature local people singing the cat song, and it is as enjoyable as the first. Watch it.

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Diane Mendoza

I was a big fan of David Attenborough and Richard Attenborough and I was looking forward to seeing this documentary. However I didn't really have high hopes for this. I watched it and was shocked. I mean the things that were in it were amazing and so much more. In fact, I think this is probably the best documentary I've ever seen. The cast and crew are amazing. The documentary tells the story of a World War 2 cat and how it was saved. The film shows the two men who saved it and how they were approached by the people who owned it. This film has so many things to learn about and the best way to learn about this is to watch this. I have watched it twice and I'm sure I will watch it again and I'm really glad I did.

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Brandon N.

I saw this film last night on the first night it was screened in the US and I thought it was great. It is an interesting study of one of the most respected and talented cat trainers in the world and it is a great film with good performances and some great wildlife footage. The film begins with Scott opening his own cat rescue center in his home town of Phoenix, Arizona. Scott is very passionate about his work and the work he does and he seems to live life to the full. He is also very dedicated and takes his work very seriously and this is apparent when he gets into the cat, scurrying around the house in his back yard with a camera and a microphone. Scott is also very driven and determined to find the best way to train and care for these cats. I found the film to be very inspirational and inspiring. I think it is a good film and definitely one to see.

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Benjamin O.

If you are a cat person then this is a good film for you to watch. However, I think the cat person in this film is a bit silly. The documentary is narrated by a cat who is losing his fur due to exposure to ultraviolet light. However, you can easily tell that the cat is exaggerating his complaints about his fur loss. The cat gets so excited about this, that he goes out in the morning and just walks around in the rain and you can see the fur begin to grow. This isn't really a documentary but rather a sort of "appreciation" of a cat. But, what is really amazing is that this film shows a cat that has lost his fur and a cat that doesn't want to lose his fur. The film even talks about what it's like to be a cat and this is really cool. I hope that cat owners will find this film and understand the special bond that a cat has with his or her owner. I can't think of anything else that could be a better way to watch this film. Even if you aren't a cat person, I recommend this film.

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I'd seen the British documentary "Letters from the Cat Rescue" on BBC One and liked it. The same guy who did the Cat Rescuers documentary came back to do this one and although he has a few things to correct, I thought it was pretty well done. The biggest thing that I've noticed is that most people go to the rescue group to see a cute cat. They don't care about what's going on at home. I don't care about how much money the group makes and I can't care about their cats being abused or starving to death. I love the camaraderie of the cats. They are working as a team. Sometimes they go in to the past and give advice to the others. This is a huge reason why I think the people who give this kind of documentary to the media should watch it. The thing that made me laugh the most in this documentary is the fact that people talk about the cats going in to the past to give advice and this is actually where the cats had the most fun! I think that if they had done the documentary about what the cats were doing and how they were living, then that would have been more interesting. The cat was doing some research and found some things. But I think the main point of the documentary was to see how the cats are treated at home. I really enjoyed this documentary. It was really funny and informative.

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Richard S.

When people are talking about this movie they have to say that it is really good but I think this movie is a little too slow for a documentary. It is a movie that needs to have much more action and adrenaline in it. There is not really much needed in this movie, you will feel it when you see it but I think this is what makes it more watchable.

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Rachel King

Cat Rescuers is a documentary about the cat-rescue industry. The cat-rescue industry is extremely lucrative, and many companies use animal testing to make money. One of the companies, VCA, is based in the United Kingdom. VCA produces large cat-rescue factories in which animals are put into small cages in order to prove that they are fit to live in the wild. Although, VCA is not a for profit company, it still has a profit motive in mind. It is a company that is very open about its animal testing, but it still gets some benefits from its products. In particular, many VCA cats are raised for research purposes. In a nutshell, it is a movie about a company that sells animals to the highest bidder. It is about an organization that wants to be the leader in animal testing, but the costs to keep the animals on the premises, the staff costs, and the expenses for keeping animals on the premises, all work against the company. The company wants to sell the company's products to the highest bidder, but doesn't want to give the best price. It is very interesting to see the environmental impact of the cat-rescue industry. They're not the only ones to experiment on animals. It is the United States, and other countries that supply the cat-rescue industry. The cat-rescue industry has some serious issues to deal with. One of the major issues is the animal testing. It is clear that animal testing is done on animals in order to get the maximum profit. Some companies do test animals on animals, but it is done in a way that is ethically acceptable. Another issue is the efficiency of the animals. Most of the animals are sold to companies that want to use the animals for their own business. In other words, animal testing does not make sense. It is a business that has a profit motive, and animal testing is a small part of it. However, it is still an important part of the business.