2D Animation Series Older Kids

Kitty is not a Cat

It's a comedy with a great big heart and a little pretend tail

Kitty is not a Cat

2D Animation Series Older Kids

Kitty is not a Cat It's a comedy with a great big heart and a little pretend tail

Kitty is Not a Cat is an animated series about a little girl ‘Kitty’ who has a big imagination and a whole lot of courage. She is at the age where a child feels they can be anything they want, even a cat. Kitty arrives on the doorstep of a house full of partying felines. These carefree creatures suddenly find their lives turned upside down as they attempt to teach her how to be a human when Kitty actually prefers living the life of a cat.

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Kitty is not a Cat Formats

S1

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Series

Name

S1

Length

52 x 11'

Production Year

2018
S2

Format

Series

Name

S2

Length

52 x 11'

Production Year

2019
S3

Format

Series

Name

S3

Length

26 x 11'

Production Year

2020

Kitty is not a Cat Languages

English Arabic Brazilian Portuguese Czech Hungarian Neutral Spanish Polish Russian Turkish Bahasa Malaysia Hindi Tamil Thai Dutch Italian Portuguese Castilian Spanish Chinese Flemish French German Hebrew Swedish Bulgarian Danish Mandarin Kannada Malayalam Telugu Greek Romanian Assamese Bahasa Indonesia Bangla Gujarathi Marathi Norweigan Oriya Punjabi

Kitty is not a Cat Stills

Kitty is not a cat Kitty is not a Car 01 Kitty is not a Car 02 Kitty is not a Car 03 Kitty is not a Car 04 Kitty is not a Cat 05

Kitty is not a Cat Producers & Broadcasters

Kitty is not a Cat News

18 Nov 2020

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11 Aug 2020

Jetpack Lands a Deal for Multiple Shows with South Africa’s SVOD Service Showmax

Jetpack Distribution, announces a deal with South Africa’s subscription-based video on demand service (SVOD) Showmax.
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