Meet the coolest Cats in the criminal underworld in this edgy and funny satire on modern life. Times are tough for the mice living in Cat City. But they have a plan: a scientist has created a powerful weapon to shrink cats down to mice-sized. If the plan works, Cat City will become Mouseville. Cat City is an outdated James Bond spoof supposedly involving cats and mice, but the characters are just humans with animal heads and tails. Although the animation is a bit more polished, this 95-minute feature recalls the worst kidvid shows of the ‘70s and ‘80s. One pointless scene follows another as the characters natter in amateurish voices, mistimed gags fall flat, and the inane plot involving plans for the ultimate anticat weapon stumbles to its conclusion. Hispanic viewers will understandably take offense at the stereotypical depiction of the Mexican vampire bats. The jacket calls Cat City the “animated sensation that rocked critics and censors around the world.” But except for a few brief shots of a rat in pasties and a G-string, and the possible double-entendre of the inept musical number “Pussy Talk,” sung by a cat in baby-doll pajamas, the film would have a hard time qualifying for a PG rating. If Cat City were genuinely shocking, it’d be more fun. The film was made by the talented artists at the Pannonia Studio in Budapest in 1987.