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Tune In: New Documentary Explores the "Cat Ladies" Concept

Tune In: New Documentary Explores the "Cat Ladies" Concept

Misunderstood like no other, "crazy cat lady" is a cultural stereotype that plagues women of a certain age with a few too many feline companions. My single pals with kitties often confess they don't share this fact with prospective beaus off the bat, just in case he jumps to an unfair conclusion.

Enter a new documentary, Cat Ladies — it shows four unique situations where women have "lives and self-worth have become intractably linked to cats" and aims to bring awareness to this phenomenon. We've just got the trailer for now but, when it's released, will you tune in?

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redwoodforest redwoodforest 6 years
I went to the website and it has some more description of the four women. It's really more about how they feel devalued by society because of losses in life or not fitting in. It sounds interesting, but also sad.
Angela123 Angela123 6 years
OK, seriously?? That is going to do NOTHING to break the stereotype of Crazy Cat Lady!! And for the record, I don't think (hopefully!) most people equate having A cat, or even a few, to being a crazy cat lady. It takes more than cat ownership to be a crazy cat lady. Unfortunately, I'd have to say that's just what these documentary ladies are. How creepy/depressing.
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