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By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Purr-fectly cute superheroes model social-emotional skills.

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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 5 parent reviews

age 18+

Watch Alice’s Bakery and Bluey Instead!!!

Shameless try hard at paw patrol. Extremely pestering and just unnecessary. Do not waste your time.
age 3+

It's a definite paw patrol rip-off but I don't mind that, of the two I would prefer to watch Super Kitties. I like that the bad guys seem to learn a lesson at the end of the episode and that there is a lesson taught to the viewers at the end. We will most likely continue to watch as new episodes come out.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (5 ):
Kids say (3 ):

As a topical mashup of superheroes and cats (like preschool favorites Paw Patrol and Gabby's Dollhouse), this show covers familiar little kid subject matter. That said, the combination of adorable kittens, adventures, and helping others makes SuperKitties catnip for preschoolers. There's upbeat superhero music and montages reminiscent of The Incredibles. Grown-ups will appreciate that the cats model positive social-emotional skills; they try to connect with the villains and understand why they acted the way they did. While there's nothing terribly groundbreaking about SuperKitties, it's an upbeat series preschoolers will enjoy and grown-ups can feel good about.

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