Due to their ability to follow instructions, dogs are generally the more preferred pets to get longer and more significant roles in the movies. However, cats too have their moments to shine on the silver screen.

There have been many movies made on the kittens. Some of them received a lot of appreciation from the viewers and the critics alike. These movies would remain in the memories of the spectators for a long time.

We have picked up the top 5 movies on kittens in which their characters have made a lasting impression on the viewers mind.

The Private Life of a Cat

This is a 1947 movie directed by Alexander Hammid. The black & white movie unwinds the most fascinating movements of a cat’s life beginning from birth.

The movie offers a cat-eye viewpoint while still keeping the humorous interlinks through its innovative editing and simple narrative for human viewership.

The movie takes off as the kittens begin to walk & roll together & over each other. You quickly get engrossed in their cutest of moves and actions. The movie further builds with the kittens getting fluffier. They are more stable while they walk and bold in their actions.

The kitten-birth moment in the movie fills you with a feeling of love. And you have those moments of sheer warmth & appreciation when you watch the little one trying to climb the long post.

The Aristo Cats

Wolfgang Reitherman created this 1970 musical masterpiece in the memory of the legendary Walt Disney. The AristoCats is based on the last approved animated movie by Walt Disney.

The storyline begins with a nicely groomed Duchess with her three kittens thrown away in the middle of nowhere by a wicked butler. The cool cat Thomas O’Malley takes them back to Paris to his penthouse pad. There are many of his cat friends in the penthouse pads already playing on the jazz. 

The high-point of the movie comes when the close-knit group begins to sing, ‘Everybody Wants to Be a Cat’ showcasing their grace, style, and charm in the typical carefree movements and gestures. 

The Godfather

The legendary movie director Francis Ford Coppola created this all-time great cinema in the year 1972.

The cats do not get as long a screen time as their canine counterparts. But whatever little they get they leave a permanent mark in the memories of the viewers.

And when you have this classic film called The God Father, you ought to get bewildered when you watch a gazing cat sitting on the lap of Don Corleone in the opening scene of the movie.

This is rather an incidental entry of the cat in the movie when the director Francis saw a cat going astray in the studio and gave it to Marlin Brando. And the rest is history.

The contrast of a Don fondling the little creature while discussing his most manipulative tactics created the greatest scenes in the world of cinema.

Keanu

Peter Atencio directed this highly action-comedy movie in the year 2016. The movie has the most hilarious combination of adult humor and the little critters.

The dual of Key and Peele has always produced the most magical comedy scenes in the cinema. The element of kitten added immensely to the rib-tickling moments of the movie.

Kedi

Kedi is the movie filled with love, warmth, and care for these cute little creatures. Ceyda Torun directed this heart-touching documentary with a set up of an old city of Istanbul. The story has its narrative through the eyes of the cats, which are pretty large in numbers, and looks at their journey with their fellow human beings.

The movie portrays every cat with its distinctive characteristics and beautifully showcases the emotions of the citizen of the old city through their love and care for them.

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