• Moderate
  • in the beginning episode Mowgli's human parents fall off a cliff into a creek below when they are panicked by the appearance of Bagheera.
  • "The Law" of the jungle which might involve things like hunting and killing for food might be difficult for children to understand and can be upsetting at times.
  • in the later episodes when Mowgli learns his true identity, he is very disturbed and upset by this and the ways of some humans, but he still finds other human friends.
  • on another note worth mentioning is that even though Mowgli's wolf mother Luri adopts him as a baby and loves him as one of her own, in a later episode she banishes both her sons "Mowgli's brothers" from her lair. she is very intimidating and threatening when she does this. in a later episode she also banishes Mowgli from her lair, again she is very threatening and demanding towards Mowgli, telling him to leave her or else, but it is mentioned that she did this for a good reason and that it she still loves Mowgli. children might still be frightened and/or not understand this however.
  • Mowgli sometimes ends up in serious trouble, in one episode he gets his foot stuck in a bear trap and he is stuck like this until the following episode. in another episode he falls into a pit until he is rescued by another human.
  • Mowgli is sometimes confronted and/or attacked by other animals, some can be quite intimidating.
  • children might be upset by certain topics like the life and death of family members or friends.
  • Shere Khan is constantly searching for and stalking Mowgli. in two episodes there is a fight between Shere Khan and Mowgli and the final battle can be especially intense especially for younger children.