A year has passed and Mutsumi's Guardian Angels have become somewhat accustomed to life on Earth, though it is harder than it would seem to be. Mutsumi is now working as an intern veterinarian and the Guardian Angels are either going to school or are working; and while living with thirteen people in the same room draws enough attention as it is, hiding the fact that they are magic users doesn’t make things easier! Can the girls’ feelings for their master overcome these obstacles, will their secret be unveiled for good, and can they manage to continue to protect Mutsumi from his hardships?
Nao and Uehara are two teens in an unlikely situation -- they've accidentally signed a lease for the same apartment! As time passes, they inevitably became a couple, and share the joys and hardships of living together day by day. Things take a turn for the worse when Nao forgets Uehara's 16th birthday! Can their relationship be saved? Or is this happy couple doomed for failure?
While watching Angel Tales first would probably help your understanding, the franchise doesn't reach the smooth, mellow pace that defines Good Morning Call until the sequel. At this point, you've got two shows with characters who've gotten comfortable being around each other, who can relax and laugh, and who make mistakes from time to time. The home atmospheres might be a little different, but the overall mood is the same.
Taruto, a young cat-girl, lives with her masters, Iori and Kinako, in a world where she and any other cat-person appears to be nothing more than a normal animal. Believed to be the descendant of an ancient clan of cat-people with magical powers, Taruto can't help but make many friends and enemies in their new home of Okashina. Can Taruto discover her roots, while managing to not foul up her magical powers at least once? Only time and an awful lot of practice will tell!
Both MMMT and Angel Tales feature animal girls; and though the stories are very different, the everyday life problems the characters have to solve are quite similar and result in the same humour style. If you liked one, you're probably going to enjoy the other too.