Get ready for cuteness overload this winter with Netflix's animation short.

One of the cutest trailers we've possibly ever seen has arrived - it's 'Robin Robin' and it arrives on Netflix this November.

From Aardman Animations, the same production company behind other stop-motion creations such as 'Wallace & Gromit', 'Chicken Run', and 'Shaun the Sheep', comes their latest film.

The 30-minute short is produced for Netflix by the Bristol-based studio, and features the wonderful voices of Gillian Anderson ('The Crown', 'The X-Files') as Cat, the "villain of our story who just so happens to know a place where everything is welcome - her tummy!"; and Richard E. Grant ('Loki', 'Withnail & I') as Magpie, "an obsessive collector of shiny stuff.

Magpie will take Robin (voiced by Bronte Carmichael from 'Nightflyers' and 'Christopher Robin') under his wing on a journey of self-discovery. Adeel Akhtar from 'Enola Holmes' and 'Sweet Tooth' will also voice a character called Dad Mouse, who is "a caring but cautious soul who is single-handedly raising a family of five children (one of them happens to be an adopted bird)". 

The new Aardman project was originally announced back in June, when a brief teaser trailer was unveiled. The film looks to be the most beautiful-looking creation from the studio - just witness how fluffy and cuddly all of these characters look (except that Cat).

Here's the full-length 'Robin Robin' trailer.

The official logline of the short is as follows: When her egg fortuitously rolls into a rubbish dump, Robin is raised by a loving family of burglar mice. As she grows up, her differences become more apparent. Robin sets off on the heist to end all heists to prove to her family that she can be a really good mouse – but ends up discovering who she really is.

'Robin Robin' will be winging its way onto Netflix on Wednesday, November 24.