Does a cat die?

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Netflix • 2016 Report
Yes
282
No
40
32
corinacarolrios
In episode 4 season 2 it shows a cat being eaten
TV Show • 2018 Report
Yes
171
No
4
18
monkeysname
Yes. 5 kittens die in episode 2. They all die of natural causes. First kitten dies at 24:46 and then a funeral is held and the kitten is shown quite a bit until 27:41. The last 4 kittens die at 34:13. It us a quick flash for only a handful of seconds.
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
133
No
4
28
Todd Manning
Ahhh!!! If you’re a cat person once it gets to the scene where he gets out of the tub and the older man is asleep on the toilet - cover your eyes and ears for about 3 minutes.
Book Report
Yes
114
No
2
10
Dan Edward Bender
A cat named Jaspers is already dead once the story starts. Dave accidentally sends a katana through a crow, killing it. A cat named Frigglish (Jaspers from another timeline) accidentally gets smashed by a book. Bec Noir, half human half dog, gets his arm chopped off and punched into the ground. (Does not die, though.)
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
110
No
2
14
keena
In S4:E1 Dwight kills one of Angela's cats off-screen by shutting it in a freezer. The repercussions and motivations for this are discussed in depth.
Movie • 2016 Report
Yes
95
No
0
16
Shelly Chapman Hartshorn
Stanley, the cat is found mutilated in the air duct and has his neck snapped by Tommy Tilden, out of mercy. It is not a hallucination.
Netflix • 2017 Report
Yes
94
No
5
7
Kerrin OKane
A cat gets killed off screen, and a dog gets run over, NOT PRETTY.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
77
No
8
7
Hooligan
The death isn't shown, but the cat's body is later shown. Also, there's scenes where you can hear the cat in pain and being killed.
Yes
69
No
1
5
missfrost129
Snippets of the videos in which cats are tortured and killed are shown and discussed throughout the series, but only the beginnings of the videos are fully shown. The acts of torture and death themselves are never shown, but what happens in described often.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
67
No
1
5
khoureyderderian25
Season 9 episode 5, some guy eats a live cat
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
65
No
20
6
Luke.wilmot
Yes, the dog is seen dragging a dead cat in
Book Report
Yes
59
No
4
10
atiredbee
So many times, yes
Yes
59
No
2
7
sheith is canon
A cat gets killed at the end of part 3. Another gets stabbed and crushed to death in part 4, but it gets reborn as a cat/plant hybrid that behaves like a cat and does not get killed.
Yes
59
No
1
9
GirlHasNoName
first happens roughly 30 minutes into Episode 1, which mentions a news story in which a man set his private exotic animal collection free. Many of those animals, which included 18 tigers, were shot in an effort to save civilians, and photos of their bodies are shown. More graphically, Episode 2 opens on harrowing footage of one of Joe Exotic’s employees getting mauled by a tiger. Also at the end of Episode 4 there’s also footage of a man punching a tiger after the animal attacked him. Then there’s the trial against Joe Exotic. Not to spoil too much for Episodes 6 and 7, but a major part of the charges that landed the Tiger King in jail had to do with directly harming animals. Again, these incidents are discussed but never shown on screen.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
58
No
2
12
KathrynBjornstad
All of the animals the soldiers are shown shooting are dogs, and those are all killed off-screen, except or one that is shown bleeding after it is shot once--the scene isn't gratuitous, and the dog later dies off-screen. While there are cats that are shown as alive and outside in some scenes, they are never shown being shot. There is a scene later on in the episode where the corpses of the area's animals, including cats, are dumped in a grave and buried in cement. I am phobic of cats dying, and I managed to sit through the scene.
TV Show • 2015 Report
Yes
53
No
1
5
Charlie Valentine Thompson-Bard
A cat is also killed in season 2 episode 3. It’s bloody and the cat is turned inside out while still alive before it is killed.
Movie • 1994 Report
Yes
52
No
6
4
andrewbercovitz
Both Mufasa and Scar die
Book • 2017 Report
Yes
51
No
2
TV Show • 2010 Report
Yes
49
No
5
2
HelloItsMe
In the first episode you can see a dead cat lying on a road. In season 8 Shiva the tiger was eaten by walkers
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
46
No
1
10
JeanPeplinski
He dies off screen. There are some gross shots of a sticky, broken, cat-shaped prop, but you don't see violence.
Video Game • 2009 Report
Yes
42
No
0
14
Nebulacat
The game features wild cats called ocelots that can be tamed. Both wild and tame ocelots can die, but like dogs, their deaths can be prevented.
Anime • 2009 Report
Yes
39
No
1
6
zvas
Part 3 Episode 46: A cat is brutally killed during stopped time
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
36
No
6
2
Kara Gheldof
A saber toothed tiger is killed after it attempts to kill the dog and main character.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
34
No
0
12
CassIz
Time stamp if you’d like to skip 22:54 - 24:16 🤝
Movie • 2011 Report
Yes
33
No
1
24
DoesTheDogDie
A pet cat is dismembered and displayed as a threat.
TV Show • 2018 Report
Yes
32
No
2
4
MarineHaddock
Many many animal deaths, including a dog being eaten, a cat being stabbed, and animal corpses being shown off smugly by their killers.
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
32
No
2
2
Eva Carbonell Swan
Right at the beginning the main character is walking along the road with a plastic bag with a dead cat inside that he's planning to disolve in acid.
Video Game • 2015 Report
Yes
31
No
14
3
Charo
the cats can die but they are not a pet. There is cat meat that can be eaten and looted
Video Game • 2016 Report
Yes
31
No
0
7
mishimishi
In a side quest there is a man who repeatedly abuses and kills alley cats. Additionally there is a scene where a main character cat tries to save another character who is in danger and ends up being harshly kicked against a wall. The cat survives but it could still be a pretty disturbing moment.
Video Game Report
Yes
30
No
3
6
thespianscreed
You can kill domestic cats you come across, and you can hunt wild large cats such as panthers and cougars. One side mission requires you to kill a lion.