Platelet satellitism is a rare in-vitro phenomenon seen only in Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) anticoagulated blood. Platelets form rosette around polymorphonuclear neutrophils in this phenomenon. Platelet satellitism is one of the causes of pseudothrombocytopenia. This may lead to unnecessary diagnostic work up and treatment of the patient. We report a case of platelet satellitism in a 2 year old child who presented with fever and associated with normal platelet count for its rarity.