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The Plague Dogs 

The film’s story is centered on two dogs, who escape from a research laboratory in Great Britain. In the process of telling the story, the film highlights the cruelty of performing vivisection and animal research for its own sake (though Martin Rosen said that this was not an anti-vivisection film, but an adventure), an idea that had only recently come to public attention during the 1960s and 1970s.

  • TV Networks: *make children's shows centered around all kinds of animals*
  • Movie Producers: *make movies like Chicken Run, Fox and the Hound, Dumbo, Plague Dogs and many others with animal protagonists*
  • Authors: *write novels for kids about animals like Animal Ark, Watership Down, 101 Dalmatians, Bambi, Warriors*
  • Schools: *take children to go to farms and show kids farm animals in peaceful settings*
  • Parents: *take their children to see and experience all of the above and more*
  • Children: I don't wanna eat or hurt animals! They're my friends! I don't wanna eat chicken fingers and drink milk!
  • Adults: HAHAHAH WHAT EATING MEAT IS GOOD FOR YOU!!
  • Adults: *mock children*
  • Adults: *discipline and tell children this is bad*
  • Adults: *totally ignore their children and their own past love of animals*
  • Adults: *try and up for their loss of reasoning and sensitivity through demeaning their kids*
Why we need more films like Felidae

W A R N I N G:

The movie I’m discussing contains copious amounts of animated gore, as well as a plot revolving heavily around sex and the concept of eugenics. Procede to watch the movie at your own risk. 

However there are minimal spoilers in this rant.

Okay so yes, I’m gonna talk about the infamous gorey cat sex movie.

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