As soon as I saw the trailer (watch the trailers here & here!) for The Secret Life of Pets I knew I would be heading to the cinema to watch it. Luckily enough for me I was invited to attend an exclusive screening with Petplan on the 19th June. Our Pugs, Tilly & Lulu, are insured through Petplan Dog Insurance with their lifetime cover, something that is very important to us & has been extremely valuable as we have had to use our insurance a couple of times to claim.
Before the screening began we were invited into the foyer for refreshments & there was lots of fun stuff going on too. The activities were mostly aimed at Children but we joined in with a few things & got new Dog Tags made for Tilly & Lulu which was a nice little extra. We had the absolute pleasure of meeting Edna the Pug who was part of the Dog Petting station, it was a lovely experience & made me wish Tilly & Lulu had been able to attend too! There was also a Rabbit petting station too, it was adorable to see all the fluffy bunnies hopping around & lapping up the attention. The atmosphere was lovely, you could tell everyone was really excited about the activities that had been arranged, it was the perfect way to while away some time before we could take our seats in front of the big screen!
I'm not going to give too much away about the movie, so don't worry, no spoilers here! What I will say is that it was such an adorable film, perfect for Children but also perfect for us pet crazy adults too. The main reason I was interested in seeing the film so much was of course because it featured the cutest little Pug, named Mel. They represented the personality of the Pug so accurately, every time Mel did something in the movie I was constantly reminded of my two hilarious little Pugs. They have the most comical, loving & playful personalities & I am so glad that was shown in the film. It's an absolute must-watch for anybody with a Pet in their life, it's a heartwarming comedy that I could rewatch over & over!
Will you be heading to the cinema to see The Secret Life of Pets?