Aimed squarely at a single-digit IQ demographic and as irritating as a case of fleas, Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore stands as just the latest, lamest example of the "sequel nobody asked for" syndrome that frequently infects Hollywood like mange. The original movie came out in 2001, and now nine years later, the franchise(?) has clearly outgrown the audience it hopes will have fond memories of its CG secret agent animals saga. Amazingly enough, the special effects haven't gotten any better. There are even moments of fake fur puppetry so obvious they make Sesame Street look like a photo-realistic tour of urban America.