"I’ll admit that, when I first heard about the picture, I was a little skeptical, but I had the wrong idea. I’m more of a dog person, but Chatty Catties is so funny, strange and insightful, it actually made me want to go to the shelter and get a cat." -Molly Laich Read more here.  


The TwoOhSix

Director Pablo Valencia, who also co-wrote the film, has created an oddly strange, yet interestingly unique film that I honestly couldn't take my eyes off of. Chatty Catties, is fun, weird, and most importantly, a very smart film that makes you think about it long after it's over so please check it out if you have a chance." Read more here. 


Ain't It Cool News

"CHATTY CATTIES is a comedy that extends far beyond its initial impression. CHATTY CATTIES is a thoughtful examination of relationships and the work that must be put in to maintaining them. People change and grow, and as they do, so does their interpersonal dynamic." -Horrorella Read more here. 



"While talking cats aren’t a breakthrough plot device, the back-and-forth in this film is not just the surface level lasagna-love and hatred of Mondays you’ve come to expect from a CGI Garfield. Instead, the felines seamlessly fill the role of friends and confidants on an equal conversational footing." -Joe Veyera Read more here. 


Three Imaginary Girls

"And this is where Amie and I are at odds with this flick: she thinks it’s a comedy! But I’m here to tell you it’s not; it’s actually an incredibly progressive romance that shows us the love and tenderness that develops between Nate and Leonard...I encourage all of you to get tickets to see it at the film festival. Hopefully some of you will “get it” and start treating your feline friends as equals." -Amie Simon
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Pablo Valencia’s debut feature film, CHATTY CATTIES, is a dark comedy set in an alternate world in which sassy tabby Leonard (voiced by John Autry) is at odds with his human roommate, Shelby (Megan Hensley), whose own emotional problems limit her abilities to provide for the most basic of Leonard’s needs. But when she begins a relationship with kind-hearted musician, Nate (Matthew Grathwol), Leonard sees a brighter future for both him and his owner, but it won’t come without a few emotional fireworks along the way. Coming to theaters and digital platforms this summer from Smarthouse Creative! #chattycatties