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.

MOBY: Beep!

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.

MOBY: Beep!

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.

MOBY: Beep.

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: Beep!

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.

MOBY: Beep?

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.

MOBY: Beep!

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!

MOBY: Beep.

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: Beep!

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.

MOBY: Beep!

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.

MOBY: Beep.

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.

MOBY: Beep.

Annie giggles as Moby walks away with the cage.

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