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What happened to the film ‘Off to the Vet’?
‘Off to the Vet’ is the first 12 minute Simon’s Cat film which has been produced in full colour. The film is now complete and currently only available to our Indiegogo funders via our private production blog. We plan to release ‘Off to the Vet’ in 2016, so please look out for updates on www.simonscat.com and on our YouTube channel!
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