If Only Cats Could Talk (2013) – By Brian Morton

Cat people are a different breed. I can say that because, I have to admit, I am one. Now, some people don’t understand, and that’s fine, I might not understand your attachment to your local sports team, or you car, everyone has his own deal. But, if you’ve ever wondered about cat people, then a new documentary, If Only Cats Could Talk, could give you some of the info you need.

If Only Cats Could Talk is really the tale (or tail, if you’d rather) of two cats, one is lost and one lives in a library. Both are loved by their owners and both are special in their own way. Frankie is an indoor cat that’s been accidentally let out, Frankie’s owner is frantic looking for him and will go to any lengths to find him…even going to a psychic to find out where Frankie might be. Browser is a cat that lives in a library, he wandered in one day, found it comfortable and just stayed, now he’s the library’s mascot and everyone in the town knows him.

While it’s not a long doc (clocking in at under an hour) If Only Cats Could Talk is an interesting look at cat people and how we feel about our pets…which is probably much the same as dog owners feel about theirs. It’s warm, it’s cuddly and it’s just a nice piece of cinema, with a happy ending…what more could you want?? I’m giving If Only Cats Could Talk 3 out of 4 cigars, it’s probably not for everyone, but if you’re a cat guy, like me, then you’ll love it! Find out more by heading over to http://www.if-only-cats-could-talk.com.