In kazakh Mongolia the name for Snow Leopard is “Elvis” and these elusive animals are constantly threatened. Their territory is shrinking as the human population surrounding them increases, Mongolian Herders kill them for their hides and to keep them away from livestock and there is an ever dwindling supply of prey for them to exist on. Many films have been made about snow leopards in an attempt to understand the behavior and ecology of this mysterious cat. But this is no ordinary snow leopard flick! This documentary is about a filmmaker who went to Mongolia to find and film a rare species and ended up discovering a lot more than he anticipated. Join Charles, Ann and their one and a half year old son Colm as they search Mongolia for “A Cat Called Elvis”.
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