Cats Of Malta: Review

Cats Of Malta: Review

Everybody’s lives would be better if they had a cat. Cats can bring calmness and joy to a family home as well as being good for your mental health and your blood pressure. The presence of a cat can elicit such feelings as you have never experienced before and they can become more than a pet, but part of the family.

However, some people don’t like cats because of the problems they cause. They walk around like they own the place, they cause damage to property, bring in fleas and not to mention leaving little presents like piles of sick, faeces or even little animals that they brought in from a successful hunt.

Cats can be a pain and a lot of people see them that way. Although, coming from a cat owner, this is part of what makes having a cat interesting.

Cats of Malta is a documentary directed by Sarah Jayne, an Australian born woman with Maltese heritage. Having been drawn back home, she started to notice the abundance of cats that were there and decided to do a documentary about them.

This indeed seems like the perfect subject for a documentary too. After all, cats are one of the most searched for pictures on the internet because as mentioned earlier, the mere presence of a cat can bring calm to the most chaotic mind.

Speaking to various locals in Malta, director Jayne found many different stories to tell and all for their love of cats. There’s a local cat sanctuary which keeps over two hundred cats, a little boy who sees it as his duty to ensure the safety of the local cat population and even a retired actress who came to Malta for an extended break and stayed for the cats.

This makes Cats of Malta the kind of documentary that you can just sit back and enjoy as the participants reassure you that there is still good in the world. Perhaps a documentary that wouldn’t convert those horrid cat haters. However, those kinds of people have never had a cat sit on their lap and purr, making them feel like the most important person in the world.

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