Catalogue Number: PR4675
Producer: Passion River Films
Subject: Criminal Justice & Law, Documentary, Social Issues, Social Sciences
Grade Level: Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: United States
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 77:07
Good Samaritans risk hostility, political persecution, and legal prosecution to care for feral cats living in colonies. The three main characters in the documentary Catnip Nation, who live miles apart and come from different walks of life, invite us into a world of advocacy, political wrangling, and legal intrigue. Despite their passion for animals, the success of their battles is mixed but the message is consistent: This nation needs better policy to humanely manage “community cats,” and to protect people who look after them.
WINNNER - Best Documentary – Hoboken International Film Festival, 2019
Best Feature Documentary – Big Apple Film Festival, 2019
WINNER – Documentary Feature Audience Choice – 19th Annual International Film Festival, 2019
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