Netflix Series Cat People Redefines Image of Cats and Their Owners

Cats are often misunderstood, and their owners often have a stereotypical image of being a crazy “cat lady.” Netflix’s new documentary aims to break these preconceived notions about cats and their owners – and tries to elevate the image of cats and their owners in this new series.

Breaking the Stereotypes About Cats and Their Owners

If you ever had a cat as a pet, then you know how cuddly and cute these magnificent animals are. They might be cruel and mean to the world, but to you, they are your babies. You understand each other. Your cat understands when you are sad and gives you that extra dose of attention, and you can tell what they are feeling just by looking at them. But sadly, people don’t understand that relationship completely and so, to redefine how people perceive cats, Netflix’s new documentary – Cat People, strives to break the stereotypes.

An Age-Old Relationship

Relationships between cats and humans go way back – they were once our treasured partners for their expertise in catching vermin, and after years of evolution, we have them as our faithful companions (for most parts).

What’s Cat People All About?

Take a look at the exciting relationship we share with cats through some of the most famous and surprising cat people in the world. It tries to break the negative stereotypes that people have towards cat person while also exploring what it feels like to have bonds with this fiercely mysterious and independent animal.

The Netflix series features some of the prominent faces of the industry. From Maverick, the surfing cat, to DJ Ravioli ‘(a cat who plays music for Tik-Tok rapper Moscow). When asked to comment, the rapper said that this show is so much more than just music. This documentary is trying to send a message about saving as many cats as possible. He also wishes to break the negative stigma people have towards cats, for instance, black cats bring bad luck and the likes.

Australia Sees a Rise in Trash Parrot Issues

When we see people going through trash, we can at least shoo them away. However, what would you do if you are living in a place where you had to deal with trash parrots. A suburban area in Australia has been having a tough time with some new guests that have been creating havoc in the vicinity. What is making things even worse is that these new neighborhood members are passing on a new trend to others as well.

Who Are Trash Parrots, and What Are They Doing Exactly?

The neighborhood members have been having a tough time as they are dealing with sulfur-crested cockatoos who have somehow learned to open trash cans. Not only do they do it themselves, but even other cockatoos are learning the same thing.

These birds are native to Eastern Australia and go by the scientific name Cacatua galerita. They are known to be highly social, live a long life, and are said to have large brains. The birds are also known for their intelligence and ability to learn new tricks.

How Did the Whole Thing Start?

The whole thing started when people across different parts of the country started posting videos wherein the birds were seen opening trash cans. Experts started noticing the trends and conducted their own observations and research about how this whole thing started. Since the birds would fly from one neighborhood to another, even the other Trash Parrots got the hang of the trick and carried it on.

Experts Still Have Their Eyes on the Birds

As per map-based analysis, the reports state that this practice may have started in faraway districts or areas and started spreading quickly. Nonetheless, expert eyes are still trying to figure out if this practice is more common in males or females cockatoos. Only time will reveal what exactly is going on and how it can come to an end.