“Seventy minutes of cute cat videos may be some people`s idea of hell, but they`re not the target audience for `CatVideoFest,` a celebration of feline belovedness coming to Baltimore`s Landmark Theatres Harbor East on March 11.
The compilation is culled from direct submissions as well as the internet (if you`ve ever been on YouTube, you know how pervasive videos of adorable cat antics are) and other sources.
Part of the proceeds from `CatVideoFest,` which is playing at movie theaters throughout the country in February and March, will be earmarked for local cat charities, shelters and animal welfare organizations.”
I rarely go to the movies because movie theaters attract humans – loud, inconsiderate, dirty, smelly humans.
I prefer to watch movies on Netflix or Amazon Prime in the privacy of my home with my cats napping on my lap.
However I might be enticed to go to the local multiplex to see “CatVideoFest,” I`ve seen thousands of cat videos online, but I`ve never seen a cat video on a huge screen.
The only drawback is that I can`t take my kitties with me, and of course I will have to put up with the company of humans for more than an hour.