Movie title reads, "Caring for Pets, with Annie and Moby."
A little girl, Annie is watching a hamster running on a wheel in a cage. Her robot friend, Moby, is nearby, looking nervous.
ANNIE: But it’s your turn to clean Kipper’s cage!
Moby holds up one of his hands to his nose.
MOBY: Beep! Beep!
ANNIE: I know it’s stinky, but Kipper will get sick if you don’t take care of him! What do pets need to be healthy?
Annie and Moby are shown outside with a dog running around them.
ANNIE: Pets aren’t wild animals, so they depend on people to stay healthy and happy. Like people, pets need food and water to survive. They also need shelter!
A bowl labeled “Señor Maurice” is filled with food, and another bowl is filled with water. Behind the bowls of food and water is a dog house.
ANNIE: Right, Moby! Shelter is a safe place to live. People and pets need exercise too!
Annie throws a Frisbee to Moby, but the dog catches it instead.
ANNIE: Different pets need different things to live and be healthy. Like at school, Seldon has a special heating rock so he stays nice and warm.
A snake is shown sitting on a rock inside a cage.
ANNIE: And my friend Becca gives her pet rat chew toys and treats, so its teeth stay healthy.
Becca is shown giving her rat a chew toy.
ANNIE: To keep a pet healthy, you’ve got to make sure they’re clean. We groom Señor Maurice and give him baths.
Two pictures of Moby giving Señor Maurice a bath are shown.
ANNIE: And whenever he goes to the bathroom, we always pick up after him.
Annie is shown throwing away a doggie bag.
Moby appears from behind a tree looking concerned.
ANNIE: I know it’s gross, but it’s our responsibility. We also take Señor Maurice to the veterinarian for check-ups.
ANNIE: A veterinarian is a doctor who treats animals. The vet gives Señor Maurice immunizations, or shots that keep him from getting sick.
Señor Maurice is shown getting a shot at the veterinarian’s office.
ANNIE: What do pets need to be safe? We always walk Señor Maurice on a leash so he doesn’t run into the street.
Annie and Moby are shown walking Señor Maurice across a street with a leash. Moby points to the ground, and Maurice sits.
ANNIE: Good boy! And we trained Señor Maurice to listen to us, so he stays safe. We also registered him with the town, which means we gave our name, address, and a photo of Señor Maurice.
A picture of Annie using the computer is shown. A copy of Senor Maurice’s registration is shown as well. Text reads: Registration. Name: Señor Maurice. Color: Brown. Height: Two feet, six inches. Owner: Annie and Moby.
A photo of Señor Maurice appears with the registration.
ANNIE: So if he gets lost, people can look up where he lives!
ANNIE: Don’t worry, Moby. Señor Maurice always wears a collar with dog tags so people know he belongs to us.
Annie points out the dog tags that are hanging from Señor Maurice’s collar.
Moby sees another dog on the sidewalk and attempts to approach it.
ANNIE: Wait, Moby! How can you stay safe from pets? I know pets are really cute, but not all pets are comfortable around strangers.
The other dog hides behind its owner’s leg.
ANNIE: You should always ask the owner before you play with their pet.
The dog’s owner gives Moby a thumbs-up.
ANNIE: You should let cats and dogs smell you first, so they get used to your scent. And you should always wash your hands after you handle a pet.
Moby offers his hand for the dog to smell. He then produces a sink from his chest and washes his hands.
ANNIE: Pets can pick up germs and tiny bugs that make you sick.
Annie is shown feeding some fish in a fish tank.
ANNIE: Anyway Moby, pets are really fun, but they’re a lot of hard work.
Annie moves to stand next to the hamster cage.
ANNIE: And it’s still your turn to clean Kipper’s cage.
Moby puts on a gas mask and takes the cage away.
Annie giggles as Moby walks away with the cage.