Oggy Oggy

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Emily Clark

TV Series Review

Oggy is an adorable, fuzzy, blue kitten living in a Mario-and-Luigi-esque world.

He spends his days having fun with his fellow cat buddies and occasionally helping them out when they need a hand.

And while he sometimes causes problems with his antics—such as when he took over the weather-cat duties and caused floods and storms by accident—he also helps to fix his mistakes and even gives up things he wants for the betterment of his fellow felines.

The cats don’t talk, just meow. But even though words aren’t being spoken, Oggy Oggy still says a lot about respecting others, creative problem-solving and just having good, clean fun.

Episode Reviews

Aug. 24, 2021: “The Weather/The Balloon/The Catventurers”

Oggy inadvertently causes chaos when he changes the weather forecast. He and his friends then go cloud-hopping to catch their balloons. Finally, he and his buddy Mallow face some dangers on an island to help retrieve a friend’s paper airplane.

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Emily Clark
Emily Clark

Emily studied film and writing when she was in college. And when she isn’t being way too competitive while playing board games, she enjoys food, sleep, and indulging in her “nerdom,” which is the collective fan cultures of everything she loves, such as Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.

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