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Disney’s Frozen Just Got Cuter Thanks to Cats

frozenFor the past few days, I have been listening to my 5-year-old sing this one song you may know if you’ve seen Disney’s Frozen. “Let it Go” has been belted and replayed over and over, and there’s no wonder why — the movie was totally awesome.

I love everything about it from the characters to the story line and the way it captured my kids’ attention. My youngest daughter is especially in love with the movie, and it’s not an uncommon thing around here to see the kids replay and reenact the movie. We love watching the YouTube clip from the DisneyUK channel that has that famous song with a sing-a-long version, and my kids love to pretend-away with the fun story and can’t wait until they can watch the whole thing again when it’s released.

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Turns out they’re not the only ones who love the movie so much to try and make it their own — just look at these cats and a girl narrating. If you’ve not seen the movie yet or heard the plot which the movie was based on — this cute clip is full of ::SPOILER ALERTS:: so beware. If you have seen the movie — well, this is a fun version that I can totally see my kids doing if we had a lot of time, creative art work, and those adorable kittens!

 

:: Have you seen Disney’s Frozen yet? What were your thoughts? Share in the comments! ::

Lead photo credit: screenshot from The Pet Collective | YouTube;
second photo credit: © Devan McGuinness
Video credit: YouTube | standard YouTube License

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Devan is a freelance writer living in Toronto, Ontario with her husband and four kids. Read more from  on Babble and “like” Accustomed Chaos on Facebook!

 

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