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Pete the Cat: A Very Groovy Valentine's Day

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Sweet blue cat learns about friendship and differences.

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This fun Valentine-themed installment of the Pete The Cat franchise features a colorful and species-diverse cast learning lessons about friendship and differences. Pete (voiced by Jacob Tremblay) is his typical quiet and musical self. But unlike other episodes of Pete The Cat, the gentle blue feline works more independently to solve his problems. Thanks to the absence of Elvis Costello's voice, and the inclusion of talent like KT Tunstall and Jessica Biel, the cartoon sounds a bit different, too. Nonetheless, these changes don't take away from the positive messages A Very Groovy Valentine's Day offers about friendship, kindness, and supporting one another.

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