The Wubbulous World of Dr Seuss: The Cats Adventure

DVD Release: October 1, 2007
The Wubbulous World of Dr Seuss: The Cats Adventure


The Cat’s Adventures contains the following three episodes: THE CAT IN THE HAT”S FIRST FIRST DAY: In The Cat’s Playhouse, Terrence tries to fly for the first time, and does. But he’s scared to try again. In the Wubbulous World, Morton sleeps over at Junior Kangaroo’s house for the first time, and it’s very different from his house. And Sarah Hall-Small, after buttoning her sweater for the first time, imagines all the other “firsts” she’ll have. THE CAT IN THE HAT’S FLOWER POWER: In The Cat’s Playhouse, Terrence is having trouble with his flower, a purple and pink Happiola. In the Wubbulous World, Milo plants a tree and imagines all the wonderful things it will grow to do, and the Grinch plots to put a stop to the joyous Blinky Blossom Festival. OH, THE PEOPLE YOU’LL MEET: It’s moving day, and no one is more upset than Julian Jeremy Jalloo. But when the Cat in The Hat appears, Julian is whisked away on a magical elevator ride to meet many of the interesting and whimsical people who may be in his future.

Dove Review

The classic Dr. Seuss characters come to life as puppets in this lively, fun-filled DVD. Lacking nothing, “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Cat’s Adventures” is filled from start to finish with wonderful songs, bright colors, active puppets, stories and of course, rhyming, rhyming, rhyming! This DVD includes three episodes with lessons about overcoming fear, trying new things, problem solving, moving to a new place and meeting new and different kinds of people. These stories are squeaky clean and are sure to grab the attention of young and old. This is probably one of the best overall children’s movies I’ve seen in a long time! Dove easily awards “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Cat’s Adventures” the “Dove Family-Approved Seal”.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Genre: Children
Runtime: 72 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor