History WesternAnimation / Felidae

22nd May '18 4:27:14 PM BunnyStar
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* CatsAreSnarkers



%%* DeadpanSnarker: Francis.
%%** Bluebeard as well.
20th May '18 2:46:11 PM BunnyStar
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* AllAnimationIsDisney: Averted. This is an animated film that looks like it was made by Walt Disney or Don Bluth, but it shows cats getting killed and having sex.
20th May '18 2:42:13 PM BunnyStar
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* AllAnimatedFilmsAreDisney: Averted. This is an animated film that looks like it was made by Walt Disney or Don Bluth, but it shows cats getting killed and having sex.

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* AllAnimatedFilmsAreDisney: AllAnimationIsDisney: Averted. This is an animated film that looks like it was made by Walt Disney or Don Bluth, but it shows cats getting killed and having sex.
20th May '18 2:41:39 PM BunnyStar
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* AllAnimatedFilmsAreDisney: Averted. This is an animated film that looks like it was made by Walt Disney or Don Bluth, but it shows cats getting killed and having sex.



* NotAllAnimatedFilmsAreDisney: This is an animated film that looks like it was made by Walt, but it shows cats getting killed and having sex.
2nd Mar '18 11:58:47 AM HFTGJTYGKJUHJ
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* AllDogsArePurebred: A rare case of this trope being used for cats. Most of the characters in the book are explicitly described as being of one particular breed or another (exceptions being Francis and Joker). Strangely, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Shorthair European Shorthair]]" seems to be used as a synonym for "Domestic Shorthair/Longhair" (basically cats of mixed ancestry, also called "moggies"), despite the European Shorthair being a recognized breed. This is justified by "[[ScienceMarchesOn Cat Breeding Marches On]]" as in the late 80s early 90s, when the first books were published, this usage was fairly common, and then the later books [[TheArtifact just rolled with it]]. Breed appearances can be hinted in the film adaption, but the art style makes some of them rather ambiguous:

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* AllDogsArePurebred: A rare case of this trope being used for cats. Most of the characters in the book are explicitly described as being of one particular breed or another (exceptions being Francis and Joker). Strangely, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Shorthair European Shorthair]]" seems to be used as a synonym for "Domestic Shorthair/Longhair" (basically cats of mixed ancestry, also called "moggies"), despite the European Shorthair being a recognized breed. This is justified by "[[ScienceMarchesOn Cat Breeding Marches On]]" as in the late 80s early 90s, when the first books were published, this usage was fairly common, and then the later books [[TheArtifact just rolled with it]]. Breed appearances can be hinted in the film adaption, but the art style makes some of them rather ambiguous:ambiguous.
2nd Mar '18 9:37:44 AM Pichu-kun
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* AllDogsArePurebred: A rare case of this trope being used for cats. Most of the characters in the book are explicitly described as being of one particular breed or another (exceptions being Francis and Joker). Strangely, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Shorthair European Shorthair]]" seems to be used as a synonym for "Domestic Shorthair/Longhair" (basically cats of mixed ancestry, also called "moggies"), despite the European Shorthair being a recognized breed. This is justified by "[[ScienceMarchesOn Cat Breeding Marches On]]" as in the late 80s early 90s, when the first books were published, this usage was fairly common, and then the later books [[TheArtifact just rolled with it]]. Breed appearances can be hinted in the film adaption, but the art style makes some of them rather ambiguous.

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* AllDogsArePurebred: A rare case of this trope being used for cats. Most of the characters in the book are explicitly described as being of one particular breed or another (exceptions being Francis and Joker). Strangely, "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Shorthair European Shorthair]]" seems to be used as a synonym for "Domestic Shorthair/Longhair" (basically cats of mixed ancestry, also called "moggies"), despite the European Shorthair being a recognized breed. This is justified by "[[ScienceMarchesOn Cat Breeding Marches On]]" as in the late 80s early 90s, when the first books were published, this usage was fairly common, and then the later books [[TheArtifact just rolled with it]]. Breed appearances can be hinted in the film adaption, but the art style makes some of them rather ambiguous.ambiguous:



** Fans of the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series notice that how [[BiggerBad Scourge]] kills [[BigBad Tigerstar]] is almost the same way that Francis kills [[spoiler: Claudandus,]] except it's much more bloody and gory.


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* FreeRangePets: The cats' owners are almost nonexistent.
6th Feb '18 12:28:00 PM spydre
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* DepravedBisexual: Kong, who comes across as '''very''' aggressively gay in his first appearance, but is later revealed to have been the mate of a female murder victim.
18th Sep '17 3:48:13 PM gjjones
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!!''Felidae'' provides examples of:



* {{Dubbing}}: The film was dubbed in English as well, on the spot, which was obviously done to help it reach a wider audience.

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* {{Dubbing}}: The film was dubbed in English as well, on the spot, simultaneously which was obviously done to help it reach a wider audience.
24th Jul '17 12:29:42 AM IndiGoskies
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* TragicVillain: [[spoiler: While his actions ''as'' a villain are unambiguously horrid and unjustifiable, absolutely nothing that turned Claudandus ''into'' a villain is actually his fault. His existence was initially every bit as benign as any cat's could be; he was a stray who was taken in by people who just so happened to be performing horrible experiments on cats just like him, and had to endure more of them than many of the other cats involved solely from the misfortune of ''surviving'' everything the scientists put him through. Preterius's own descent into madness killed all hope of him ever being treated any better by his caregivers, and by the time he was free he could feel nothing but animosity towards people because of everything he'd been through, driving him to murder Preterius and start his entire scheme to ethnically cleanse his own species. Even in his last moments, he implies that he doesn't like what he became and looked back more fondly on the point of his life when he was still a good individual.]]
18th May '17 4:34:52 PM ArchTeryx
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* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Felicity is killed to prevent Francis from getting more clues.]]

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* KillTheCutie: [[spoiler: Poor Felicity is killed ostensibly to prevent Francis from getting more clues.clues - when in reality, it's to make it personal to him, and assure that he follows the case to its conclusion.]]
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