Too Cute

Too Cute

  • TV-G
  • 2011
  • 6 Seasons
  • 8.5  (626)

Who do you know that can resist the sights and sounds of baby animals? No one, right? That is the appeal of Too Cute! Too Cute is a show that allows viewers to witness the birth and development of cats and dogs like never before. The show starts with the mother giving birth or, in some rare cases, the rescue of the extremely young animals. What follows is an hour long insight into their development, first time adventures and the process by which they are adopted and set out to explore the world. Complete with updates at the end of the program designed to give viewers an update on how the adult animal is now doing, it is a show that truly lives up to its name. Too Cute uses this unprecedented follow along filming to incorporate education into entertainment. While viewers are treated to watching kittens adventure away for the first time, a narrator also draws attention to how the mother watches from a distance, ready to assist if the need should arrive. When a puppy isn't feeding enough and a mother is concerned for his development, Too Cute helps the viewer to see the subtle hints and nudges that the mother uses to get on track. The show features multiple pure and cross breed litters giving the viewer an education on the specific needs and challenges that each may experience. The viewers will witness Daschund puppies learning to race and Bengal kittens hunting insects in an open garden. The end result is a show which bridges the gap between adorable baby animals and situation specific examples of how to care for certain breeds. Recently, the show has partnered with rescue organizations in an effort to bring awareness to homeless kittens and puppies. In one episode, they even treat the viewer to the efforts of a kitten with no mother, as she struggles to find affection from another adult cat and become adopted into her family. Its a heart warming and touching scene that reminds us all the Too Cute is more than just pictures of furry animals.

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Seasons
Graceful Giants: Pint-Sized
4. Graceful Giants: Pint-Sized
January 1, 2017
In the lush suburbs, Chip, a Golden Retriever pup tries to get in the middle of the action while a Great Dane born to an agility star mom finds her long legs aren't so conducive to being agile.
Super Pups: Pint-Sized
3. Super Pups: Pint-Sized
January 1, 2017
Twin Dachshund pups, Lulu and Betty, discover their different personalities with a little bit of guidance from their free spirit father. While a show pup in training, Chinese Crested Dotty, forms an unlikely friendship with rescue Pitbull Bryan.
Rescue Kittens & Water Babies: Pint-Sized
2. Rescue Kittens & Water Babies: Pint-Sized
December 14, 2016
A pair of rescue kittens are welcomed into their foster home by a cat-loving rescue dog named Sweet Potato. While a Rhodesian Ridgeback pup named Rosie discovers, with the help of a lively older cousin, that swimming can be a whole lot of fun.
Shy Kitties: Pint-Sized
1. Shy Kitties: Pint-Sized
December 14, 2016
In a cozy home of Himalayans, a shy kitten named Hugo follows in his father's footsteps. While a rags to riches rescue mix brings her brood of puppies to their new dream home and only girl, Honey, makes an unlikely friend.
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Who do you know that can resist the sights and sounds of baby animals? No one, right? That is the appeal of Too Cute! Too Cute is a show that allows viewers to witness the birth and development of cats and dogs like never before. The show starts with the mother giving birth or, in some rare cases, the rescue of the extremely young animals. What follows is an hour long insight into their development, first time adventures and the process by which they are adopted and set out to explore the world. Complete with updates at the end of the program designed to give viewers an update on how the adult animal is now doing, it is a show that truly lives up to its name.

Too Cute uses this unprecedented follow along filming to incorporate education into entertainment. While viewers are treated to watching kittens adventure away for the first time, a narrator also draws attention to how the mother watches from a distance, ready to assist if the need should arrive. When a puppy isn't feeding enough and a mother is concerned for his development, Too Cute helps the viewer to see the subtle hints and nudges that the mother uses to get on track. The show features multiple pure and cross breed litters giving the viewer an education on the specific needs and challenges that each may experience. The viewers will witness Daschund puppies learning to race and Bengal kittens hunting insects in an open garden. The end result is a show which bridges the gap between adorable baby animals and situation specific examples of how to care for certain breeds.

Recently, the show has partnered with rescue organizations in an effort to bring awareness to homeless kittens and puppies. In one episode, they even treat the viewer to the efforts of a kitten with no mother, as she struggles to find affection from another adult cat and become adopted into her family. Its a heart warming and touching scene that reminds us all the Too Cute is more than just pictures of furry animals.Too Cute is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (77 episodes). The series first aired on April 30, 2011.

Too Cute is available for streaming on the Animal Planet website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Too Cute on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, Animal Planet and Science Channel.

  • Premiere Date
    April 30, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    8.5  (626)