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Max is a spoiled Jack Russell Terrier living a favoured life with his owner, Katie, in a New York apartment building. But his quiet, comfortable life is completely disrupted when Katie brings home a large, unruly, stray mongrel named Duke, whom Max instantly dislikes.
Thus begins a tale in which Max and Duke put their mutual aversion aside as they encounter a group of ferocious alley cats and find themselves on a truck bound for the pound. Snowball, a rebellious rabbit, saves the day but demands co-operation from Max and Duke in return. A host of diverse animal characters join Max and Duke in their action-filled adventure, which will keep you entertained for 90 minutes.
You will need to bring tissues with you to this movie, to wipe away your tears of laughter and for the occasional emotional moment. It is directed by Chris Renaud and Yarrow Cheney and the characters are voiced by a cast of stars.
The Secret Life of Pets is being shown as a fundraiser for Moving Paws Inc at 7 pm on Wednesday 14th September at Mitcham Wallis Cinemas, 119 Belair Road, Torrens Park. Tickets are priced at $25 each and include a Choc-Top or Popcorn and a raffle ticket for the door prize. They can be purchased on-line from the Moving Paws website and collected at the cinema from 6.30 pm.
Moving Paws Inc is a not for profit registered charity dedicated to the protection and rescue of small breeds of dogs which are in need of a new home. They are a team of volunteers who specialise in caring for senior and special needs dogs. Some of the rescued dogs are too old, sick or traumatised to be adopted out to new homes and remain in the loving care of Moving Paws for the rest of their lives.
What better way to enjoy watching The Secret Life of Pets, than when you are also supporting the rescue of small dogs (some like Max, in the film) who are in need of a helping hand.