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A Street Cat Named Bob (PG)

Based on the international best selling book. The moving and life-affirming true story of how James Bowen, a busker and recovering drug addict, had his life transformed when he met a stray ginger cat.

Homeless and a recovering drug addict, James Bowen (Luke Treadaway) is running low on his luck. He’s given a last chance to turn his life around by his support worker, Val (Joanne Froggatt), who helps him to finally be given his own flat to live in. As James attempts to build a life and future for himself by busking in Covent Garden, he struggles to gain any traction as the London crowd passes him by. Whilst in the bath one day, he hears a break-in and finds a ginger cat in his kitchen eating the corn flakes. Thinking it belongs to a neighbour, he sets out to find the owner but with no luck concluding that it must be a stray. Over the next few days, the cat continues to linger on the estate, and James discovers an infected wound on the animal’s leg. He takes the cat to be treated by a charity vet and from that point onwards, the two lives become entwined.

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Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins
Genres:
Comedy
Drama
Biography
Country: United Kingdom

Coarse language and drug references