The Adventures of Milo and Otis is the cute story of a friendship between a cat and a dog. When I was a kid, I used to see a trailer for Milo and Otis frequently on a VHS tape I watched. I’ve known about the movie for many years, but my brother saw it long before I did. There were several things I never knew about it. Like I didn’t know which animal was which character. Milo is an orange tabby and Otis is a pug. They both grow up on a barn and get into all sorts of adventures. Like looking after an egg. However, their biggest adventure involves the two of them getting seperated down a water stream. Where they encounter all sorts of animals. Like bears, foxes, deer, birds, pigs, racoons, and snakes. Until the two of them eventually settle down with mates of their own. Another thing I never knew about Milo and Otis was that it was made in Japan. There are no humans in the movie, so I had no way of knowing. It doesn’t help that the narration can be done in any language. There’s also a fair bit of controversy I never knew about. There are many questionable scenes that make it look like the animals were abused. It’s disturbing, but The Adventures of Milo and Otis is still perfectly harmless.