About Lilo and Stitch Clothings
An orphaned teenage girl named Nani Pelekai struggles to take care of her rambunctious younger sister Lilo. Social worker Cobra Bubbles arrives, concerned about Nani’s ability to raise Lilo and threatens to place her in foster care if she cannot make improvements. Nani takes a liking to an alien who impersonates a dog at the animal shelter and adopts it, renaming him “Stitch”. Although genetically engineered to cause chaos and destruction, Stitch develops a close bond with Nani through the Hawaiian concept of ohana, or family.
When Bubbles sees Stitch and Nani together, she tasks them with teaching him to be a civilized member of society and to rebuild their house. Lilo and Stitch bond over a mutual love of hula dancing, and Stitch joins Nani’s halau hula class. Meanwhile, David Kawena, Nani’s boyfriend and coworker, invites her to go surfing with him. Jumba and Pleakley try to capture Stitch covertly, causing him to pull Lilo underwater unintentionally.
The Grand Councilwoman sends Gantu, her second-in-command, to Earth to personally oversee the process of transforming Stitch into a koala-like humanoid. She also fires Jumba and Pleakley for kidnapping and endangering Lilo. With the help of their new family, Stitch and Nani successfully rebuild their home. Meanwhile, Stitch learns the meaning of ohana and is able to rethink his destructive behavior. The film’s success led to a franchise including three direct-to-video sequels and an animated TV series. A live-action adaptation is currently in development. Lilo and Stitch Clothings