Let’s just take a moment to note a horrifying trend in merchandise-based CG cartoons
You can see the problem here, right
These are characters that exist in very clearly whimsical, cartoonish settings, but their proportions don’t really fit right. The Strawberry Shortcake designs ALMOST work (aside from being hilariously gaudy, but I digress), until you get to their tiny realistic hands, and their facial features that aren’t actually quite big enough for their heads. They very blatantly just modeled the actual toys without redesigning them to work in an animated medium, and they come off looking just as lifeless and plastic as the real things.
The little girl in the Care Bears promo is even worse in that there is very little that is cartoonish about her design at all. Her head and eye size are the only two things that keep her from being a generic, semi-realistic little girl, and they contrast with her highly-detailed cheek muscles in a way that launches right into the uncanny valley and never looks back. Realism is the last thing you want in a TV-budget CG cartoon, especially when the character is going to be flanked by exaggerated creatures like the Care Bears.
Otherwise, you get creepy, surreal moments like THIS.