Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Miss Minoes (Undercover Kitty) is a clever, stylized comedy for older kids that features several instances of comic-book like animal peril, and nonexplicit violence toward cats, including a shotgun fired at cats, a cat implied to be hit with a bottle of wine (and later shown with an injured paw), a bag of kittens tossed in a trash dump (but rescued). Also, a young girl is slapped across the face.
One scene where a man and woman rub noses and almost kiss romantically, but that's it.
There are several scenes involving cats in comic peril, with lots of indirect violence shown toward them, including one scene involving a shotgun fired at cats. Also, a young girl is slapped. In one scene, a man swings a bottle of wine at a cat, who is later shown with an injured paw. There are a few instances of cats narrowly dodging cars. In one scene, a woman is shown trying to eat a mouse, with the tail shown hanging out of her mouth. A woman, when woken, scratches a man across the face and a small amount of blood is drawn. In another scene, a food truck is overturned, with a man shown lying unconscious inside. A bag of kittens are shown being tossed in the trash, and are later rescued before being taken to the dump.
Talking cats make a few crass jokes; in one scene, a cat mentions he "shat on a mat."
Miss Minoes stresses the importance of honesty, loyalty, integrity, and doing the right thing, even at the risk of one's reputation, friendships, or employment.
Drugs / Tobacco /
There are a few instances of cigar smoking and alcohol use. In a few brief scenes, a man is shown smoking a cigar. In another, two men have glasses of wine.