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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,...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Starring
Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Tara Green, Claire Corey

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Stars Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Tara Green, Claire Corey
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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.

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Friday, 24 Apr 2020 00:10

After my friend told me about the new documentary about the cat rescue project, I had to watch it. The cat rescue project is based on an idea of "ecological justice". What does that mean? The issue is how much the cats suffer when they are taken from their homes and where do they end up? Some cats have been taken from their owners to be adopted, and others are left in the country to fend for themselves. In the last ten years, almost 1,000 cats have been rescued from the streets, and only one or two were adopted. This documentary is about the cats and their rescue and rehabilitation. The cat rescue project is not about making money, it is about saving cats from homelessness. The documentary follows the cats as they are cared for by the rescue volunteers, who are also volunteers and the cats' adopters. It is an eye-opening documentary about the animals and their needs. They are given food, water, toys, and the cats' socialization. Most of the cats are blind, and they do not need a special diet, but they are not fed any special food. The documentary has several really heart-wrenching scenes. It was very moving to see the cats being adopted by people in the community. The cats are shown to their homes at night and they are allowed to run around. The cats are not allowed to be "tamed", which is where the "ecological justice" comes in. The cats have a lot of socializing and playtime. The cats have an opportunity to meet other cats and human beings, but they are not allowed to play with each other. The cats are allowed to be "tamed", which is the process of taking care of them by their owners, but they are not allowed to play with the other cats. The cats are given access to a space in the city where they can have a lot of interaction with other cats. This is where the "ecological justice" comes in. The cats are allowed to spend time with other cats in the park and the city. They can play with other cats, and they can have "ecological justice" as well. In the end, they will learn to be more independent and self-sufficient, and the cats will be given the opportunity to be adopted by people. The documentary shows the cats as they have been before, before the cat rescue project, and after the cat rescue project. In addition, the documentary also shows the cats' experiences at the rescue center, where they are being cared for. The cats' experiences are mixed. Some of them are very grateful for the help they received, and others are not so thankful. Many of the cats have been adopted, and some have been adopted by the rescue volunteers. In the end, the cats will be better off if they are not left to fend for themselves. This documentary is a good introduction to the cat rescue project, because it gives a better idea of the animals and the project that is going on. It is a good documentary to watch, because it shows a lot of information about the cats, and it has some really heart-wrenching scenes. The documentary is great to watch because it has a lot of good information about the cats, and it also has some really heart-wrenching scenes.


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