To celebrate the home entertainment release of this year’s hit animation The Secret Life of Pets out on Dec 7, Moonlight Cinemas Sydney is hosting a pet-friendly screening of the film on Friday, Dec 9.

To celebrate, we’ve got 5 x double passes up for grabs!

secret-life-of-pets-petmiereThe Secret Life of Pets is a comedy about the secret life of pets lead when we leave for work or school.

The exclusive Sydney screening at Moonlight Cinemas Centennial Park will include entertainment for everyone – like pawtraits, pup selfies and doggy pawdicures.


To join on the fun and win one of 5 double passes complete with a Mediterranean inspired hampers of food and drink, simply tell us in the comments below what you think your pet gets up to when you’re not at home and you could be one of our lucky winners!

  • 5 x General Admission double passes to The Secret Life of Pets at Moonlight Cinemas on Friday, December 9 at Centennial Park (valued at $38 each)
  • 5 x Food & Beverage hampers for 4 – includes Mediterranean inspired mezze, wrap, orange cake and beverages (water/juice) 

Win 1 of 5 Doubles Passes & Food Hamper to the Secret Life of Pets Petmiere at Moonlight Cinemas


Belinda's a passionate advocate for community and connection. As the founder of the Mum Central Network she’s committed to celebrating the journey that is Australian parenthood. Mum to two cheeky boys, and wife to her superstar husband, they live a busy but crazy lifestyle in Adelaide. Great conversation, close friends and good chocolate are her chosen weapons for daily survival. Oh, and bubbles. Champagne is key.


  1. Christina E Reply

    Our two cats get up to tones of mischief when we are out we are always coming home to a mess or little surprises & gifts waiting for up at the back door. Lucky their out door animals..

  2. My dog Yoda used to break through our window or jump off our verendah, collect the neighbourhood dogs and go exploring. Often we would be sitting in the house none the wiser until we saw a bunch of dogs walking passed our house and realised one was ours. He would return when he was hungry.

  3. I would hate to imagine with 2 cats a dog 3 adult rabbits and 7 baby rabbits and fish. Im sure they would have a bit of a party

  4. Ying Ying TAN Reply

    Hmm…unfortunately I dont have pets at home, staying in an apartment. However if I had pets, I am sure they would be flirting with the neighbour’s pets, showing off their incredible life there have;)

  5. We just got a puppy and he is the cheekiest lil thing! He runs off with the twins shoes and toys all the time. He’s not allowed in their rooms, so I am sure he does a happy dance when they’re not home and we have missing shoes already!

  6. Louise Patterson Reply

    My dogs sleep, scratch, wee, play chess, nap and in the afternoon they rest after a long day 🙂

  7. Catherine Dengate Reply

    Plotting revenge, protesting about being left home alone, inviting their mates around – and doing all those things they know they are not supposed to

  8. I believe my cat teases my dog by sitting on the house roof just looking down at him laughing

  9. Shu-Ching Chang Reply

    Our Cassie is my two autistic children best friend because my children do have friends. She has closed relationship with them . She loves to sleep in front of my olderest daughter bedroom window when we are not at the home. Cassie supports and provides beautiful friendship between her and my two children. Just wonderful and fabulous.

  10. Pinar Krajcik Reply

    Well it’s evident that our puppy engages in some sort of fight to the death with her bed… soo much fluff everywhere… I never knew a bed could be so threatening

  11. Amanda Tudosa Reply

    I don’t have a pet now, but when I had a cat, I’m sure she found our neighbours houses and spent some time being pampered by them during daylight hours.

  12. The 1st few moments they are devastated, they feel abandoned and sorry for themselves. They lie down and sleep. Eventually they get bored. Then, like any kid, they go: `hey, I am all alone and I am the boss…` So they do all the things they are not allowed and go places and rooms that are forbidden… jump on the kitchen table, eat the cookies from the cookie jar, pull down the tablecloth, drink out of the fish tank, dig up the flowers… eventually they grow tired and sleep. The next stage is anger and resentment so they scratch floors, pee on the carpet, spill the rubbish bin and then find their way into the laundry and proceed to eat the dirty socks… then they fall asleep.

  13. Pauline Dean Reply

    I don’t have a pet, but I believe my dust bunnies dance around the house and then hide in the hardest to reach spots when I get home!

  14. Nicole Woods Reply

    I’d like to think my cat just sleeps but the occasional cushion on the floor, overturned vase or broken glass would indicate that she either holds wild parties or just goes on a “you left me here alone and you shall suffer for it” rampage!

  15. shelbyward Reply

    My cat has been known to be in exactly the same position when I get home from work as when I left which I actually prefer to some of the other occasions when he uses his time to dig up the garden!

  16. Natalie Wright Reply

    The best they lie around and relax having endless snacks turning on the TV really everything they pretend they can’t do when we’re home.

  17. Fiona Loadsman Reply

    my dog would be busy digging even though acts old and frail during the day!

  18. I’d like to think that they try on my clothes and prank call the neighbors

  19. I’d say chill out and relax. Eat drink and sleep without being interrupted

  20. Rachel amanatidis Reply

    Goes through all my underwear draws , pull everything out with his paws, hides under my pillow,eyes peering through .. Cause he knows I’m gonna say ” oh what did you do?!”

  21. Our puppies eat through wooden fences to go and play in the neighbours yard

  22. Nikki Wilson Reply

    Uh e sleeps most of the time or if not sleeping running around like speedy

  23. Jody Taylor Reply

    Our chickens leave the evidence everywhere . They dig out plants , eat veggies in the garden and terrorise the rabbit . They are naughty but we love them .

  24. Sharee Ussher Reply

    Probably just sleeps or chases her tail because she gets bored. Oh & can’t forget eating & drinking.

  25. she chases the tennis ball practices playing soccer so she bring it to us to play (and shes getting really good at it, also she sneakers on to the veranda which she knows that’s a no no! as she been sprung 🙂

  26. LEDAM NGUYEN Reply

    he gets into my box of chocolates that is wrapped up in foil and boxed up in a plastic container

  27. Nicole Gurney Reply

    Well I no my boy dog tunes the new girl dog next door all day and just looks at her but when I get home he barks yet still waging his tail. I don’t get it does he like her or not? Lol

  28. Linda Luczak Reply

    I think my Rainbow Lorikeet chats to her mate, the Cockateil, in the next cage planning an escape whilst I’m not home.

  29. My cat Noodles goes up the street where there is a house with Asian students who befriend and feed him and that is how he got his name noodles.

  30. Shu-Ching Chang Reply

    I didn’t go to see this wonderful movie because Moonnight Cinema informed me on 9th December Friday (1:30 pm ) . The movie started at 6pm . It was difficult to reach there on time . Thank you this beautiful prize .

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