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Kylie & Liza

A Mutual Rescue Film, 2017

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In her final days, a courageous, free-spirited girl named Kylie is comforted by her rescue kitten Liza.

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Eric & Peety

A Mutual Rescue Film, 2016

Our First Film

In its first year, "Eric & Peety" has had more than 70 million online views! Watch it here.

Mutual Rescue’s Kylie & Liza Fund

Mutual Rescue is honored and proud to be collaborating with Kylie’s parents, Robin and Mark Myers, to share Kylie & Liza’s story for the benefit of pediatric cancer patients and homeless animals.



“Liza was just completely devoted to loving on Kylie. She had this purpose and it was the most beautiful thing to see.”


“He looked at me, in every sense, as though I was the greatest person on the planet. I decided that I wanted to be the person who he thought I was.”

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Mutual Rescue 2017 Film Judges

After a series of individual and group reviews of the submissions, 50 final contenders were evaluated by our judges from coast to coast. Learn more about the panel of judges that reviewed and selected the 2017 Mutual Rescue films.

Dr. Marty Becker

Popular veterinary contributor to ABC’s Good Morning America, resident veterinarian on The Dr. Oz Show, and co-author of Chicken Soup for the Pet-Lover’s Soul.

Tom Corwin

Award winning music producer, recording artist and book author. His recording credits include Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Wonder, and Kris Kristofferson.

Ethan Goldman

Partner and Head of Development at Warrior Poets, a New York based production company founded by Academy Award © nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock.

Maggie Lawson

American actress best known for her role as Detective Juliet “Jules” O’Hara in the TV show Psych, current co-star in Angels from Hell, and co-founder of The Tiger Frances Foundation, a nonprofit focused on eliminating animal abuse.

Joshua McGuire

A UK actor on stage, TV, and film, he has performed in the movies About Time, Cinderella, and Mr. Turner. On TV, he performed in the hit series The Hour on BBC America and Scrotal Recall on Netflix.

Jude McVay

Enlightened entrepreneur and co-founder of The Tiger Frances Foundation, a nonprofit focused on eliminating animal abuse.

Doug Menuez

Award-winning documentary photographer featured in the Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, Life, People, USA Today, and Fortune magazine.

Karen Mullarkey

Former Director of Photography for Rolling Stone, New York magazine, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated, produced and directed television documentaries, and has been involved in editing and producing more than 75 photography books.

Amy Shojai

Nationally known authority on pet care & behavior, author of 30 pet books & thousands of articles & columns, expert on Animal Planet & the spokesperson for the pet products industry. She founded and is president emeritus of the Cat Writers’ Association.

Phoebe Smolan

16-year-old animal-rights activist and animal-rescue volunteer. She has appeared on the Martha Stewart Show, conducted a Time for Kids interview, and was the youngest international press corps photographer for Fashion Week in New York City.

Rick Smolan

CEO of Against All Odds Productions and New York Times bestselling author, best known as co-creator of the “Day in the Life” book series.

Gina Spadafori

Reporter, syndicated columnist and top-selling book author including the first three books in the “For Dummies” pet-care line. In 2007, she was one of a small group of journalists credited with breaking open the pet-food recall story.

Morgan Spurlock

Writer, director and producer whose first film, Super Size Me, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004 and garnered an Academy Award © nomination for best feature documentary.

Tracey Stewart

Author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live and How We Can Help Make Their Lives Better and the editor-in-chief of the website Moomah, which provides parents and kids with fun, easy, and effective ways to contribute to varying kinds of nonprofits.

Mark Ulriksen

San Francisco-based artist and illustrator, best known for his magazine covers of The New Yorker with more than 50 covers to his credit. He is the author and illustrator of the picture book, Dogs Rule Nonchalantly.

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