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The ridiculous portrayal of cats as human personalities, the eclectic Brooklyn setting, Madeleine’s pouty lipstick choices and the bad jokes—so bad, they’re good—all contribute to this special web series.
— Danniah Daher, BUST Magazine, "Celebrate 420 And Your Love Of Cats With This Mini Web Series"
If it sounds goofy, that’s because in a lot of ways, it is: Men wear primitively made cat costumes, stuffed toys appear in scenes and the characters smoke pot — a lot.

But it’s also sleekly produced, with artistic film techniques, original music and professional animation.
— Rhonda Triller, The Post Star, "Glens Falls native goes feline"
Upfront, we love cats. But we’ve also always suspected they might be aliens. As it turns out in the webseries Cat Planet, they settled here thousands of years ago and lived in peace, until one charismatic cat leader tries to turn his people against us, communicating through the power of Mew Tube...

It’s probably NSFW, due to language and stoner humor. But the world must know of the conspiracy!
— Derek McCaw, Fanboy Planet, "Journey to CAT PLANET"

For access to our full EPK, including stills, full versions of the articles above, and our press kit, please contact us at thisisCATPLANET@gmail.com or on our contact page with the subject heading "EPK REQUEST".

 Left to right: Justin Morck, Charlotte Pines, and Lauren T. Mack. Photo by Garrett Shore.

Left to right: Justin Morck, Charlotte Pines, and Lauren T. Mack. Photo by Garrett Shore.