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Some writers, celebrities, and artists have challenged the gender-based "Crazy Cat Lady" stereotype, and embraced the term to mean an animal lover or rescuer who cares for one or multiple cats, and who is psychologically healthy.
An Internet troll once even sent me a Facebook message just to tell me, "No man will ever love you.
It'll just be you and your cat forever." (To be honest, that actually sounds pretty great!
The documentary Cat Ladies (2009) tells the stories of four women whose lives became dedicated to their cats.
The film was directed by Christie Callan-Jones and produced by Chocolate Box Entertainment, originally for TVOntario.