What’s So Secret About the Life of Pets?

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Want to know what your dog does when you are not around?  Read this and find out.

Pets are sweet, loving and cuddly and many of them would give their lives to protect yours, but do they do some low down, funky stuff when you leave them at home on their own?

Unless you are going to set up a camera and watch your dog acting out his separation anxiety by peeing on the floor while waiting at the door, or eating your heels because he thought you said Jimmy chew instead of Jimmy Choo, then you will have to take the word of Brian Lynch, writer of the sequel, The Secret Life of Pets 2.

 

The animated movie is set for release in the UK on May 27th and on June 9th everywhere else. Judging from its blockbuster predecessor The Secret Life of Pets, the 2019 movie promises to be quite delightful as it will once again be directed by Chris Renaud (Despicable Me series, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax).

The voices of Kevin Hart as Snowball, Lake Bell as Chole, Jenny Slate as Gidget, Hannibal Buress as Buddy, Ellie Kemper as Kattie, Dana Carvey as Pops and Eric Stonestreet as Duke also return once again, while Patton Oswalt and Harrison Ford bring us the voices of Max and Rooster respectively.

The Secret Life of Pets received 15 nominations and 4 wins and made pet owners everywhere think long and hard about leaving their pets outside when they leave home. If you want to watch delightful family films like The Secret Life of Pets, 2016 and The Secret Life of Pets 2, 2019 click here.

If you are not ready to set up the hidden camera to record your pet then make sure to watch the trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2, it will certainly make you think again. Give this link a try if you want to watch more movies like this.

And oh yeah, what does your pet do when you leave home?

 

 

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