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Midnight Mass Fans Are Triggered After Watching That Cat Scene

Midnight Mass Fans Are Triggered After Watching That Cat Scene

Viewers were shook by the scene.

This article contains distressing content.

Netflix viewers have been left rather shook at one particular scene in new series, Midnight Mass.

In case you're yet to watch, the seven-part show is set in an isolated island community of Crockett Island, where residents begin to experience unsettling, supernatural events after the arrival of a mysterious priest with a dark secret.

You can watch the trailer below:

All seven episodes were written or co-written, directed and executive produced by Mike Flanagan, with the series also approaching questions around Catholicism as lots of strange and miraculous events unfold throughout.

Some viewers have been left terrified by some of the scenes in the series, with many particularly triggered by a scene at the end of episode one, in which dozens of dead cats mysteriously wash up on shore.

At first, it's believed the cats died in the storm, but soon, locals realise the cats' blood has been drained.

One scene in particular was particularly triggering (

And viewers are pretty triggered by the events, with one writing on Twitter: "As a cat lover, the first episode of Midnight Mass was a hard watch."

While another said: "Started Midnight Mass and I just want to know what Mike Flanagan has against cats."

And a third added: "TOO MANY DEAD CATS IN MIDNIGHT MASS... beware."

While a fourth said: "Covering my cat's eyes during Midnight Mass."

"Midnight Mass is upsetting me because cats.... :(," added a fifth.


But why are there dead cats on the beach?

Well, spoiler alert - the presence of vampires on the island could definitely be something to do with it...

Flanagan is the mastermind behind Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor - so it certainly makes sense that we've been watching this one between our fingers!

Midnight Mass is available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix