Chi is living happily with Youhei while his parents continue to try and keep her presence a secret from the landlady. So when a relative in Hokkaido offers to take her in, Youhei's parents decide that it would be best for Chi if she moved away. Now with just a month left with the young kitten, they are finding it difficult to say goodbye. Then, when they receive a phone call saying that Chi will be moving away sooner than expected, Youhei and his parents realize that they can't give her up. Deciding once and for all that Chi is part of their family Youhei's parents promptly find a new place to live - one that allows pets. As the family prepares to move into their new apartment, will Chi be able to adapt to her new surroundings?
Kappas (Water Imps) and humans have a long history together in Japan, and in today's urbanised world, kappas can be purchased as pets. This is what a young man decides to do, and names his water imp 'Kaatan'. With no prior experience of keeping kappas, the new pet-owner consults a 'How to Raise a Water Imp' manual. He cares for, tames, and trains Kaatan, enjoying the imp's charms and patiently enduring his messes! Whether it's potty training or going out to play with other kappas, there's always an adventure for Kaatan and his new owner.
If you like Chi's Sweet Home Atarashii Ouchi then you may want to give Kappa no Kaikata a try as both take a humorous look at the life of a pet and their owner. While Chi gives more personality to the actual pet, both are likely to raise a smile and they're both light hearted and easy watching.
Pets are a wonderful thing. Both these shows show the care and comedy an owner goes through with their pets. Kappa no Kaikata is slightly more strange since it is a kappa where Chi is about an adorable kitty. Both have short episodes and are sure to entertain.
A lady lives a quiet life with her two loves: alcohol, and her many cats. She’s had many of the latter over the years including an oft-grumpy Scottish Fold mix and Poko, an orange ball of energy who was abandoned as a kitten and saved to live another day. Whether the kitties are playing with cotton gloves, getting to know each other or causing mischief, they and the lady live happily together.
Cats doing adorable cute annoying cat like things with their humans along for the ride. Both have short episodes that make you want to marathon them as fast as you can. Chi's sweet home is slightly more light hearted than kuruneko. Check one out if you liked the other.
If you enjoyed watching Chi's antics and the relationship with her owners, then you may want to consider trying Kuruneko. Both are short, cute and comedic slice of life anime so it's well worth trying both series.
Higepiyo is just like any other chick; he's small, yellow, and... has a beard?! With an imposing presence and his constant sighing, it's not surprising that Higepiyo is the last chick left at the festival stand. Luckily for the now-depressed salesman, Hiroshi and his parents decide to buy Higepiyo for their own bizarre reasons. It's only when the family get him home that they realize just how weird this chick really is. From reading the newspaper to attacking the school bullies over a bread roll, Higepiyo is far from your average pet. Now Hiroshi and his parents must adapt to living with this food-crazed, talking chick - that is, if they can stop living in fear of their new pet! They just have to remember that while Higepiyo may not be cute, he may have a beard and he may ask for a second helping of curry, he's still a chick just the same!
Both anime are about their owner and a strange pet. Both have rather interesting funny moments to them and heartwarming ones. Sometimes they get just plain strange. Both have short episodes as well. Try one if you liked the other.
Michi and her parents have just move into the Happiness House, a bizarre neighborhood built atop a giant tree. As Michi ventures into her new room, a strange nut falls from one of the tree branches on the ceiling, revealing a small creature inside called Nanami-chan. The two quickly become good friends and begin to explore the Happiness House, discovering its secrets, meeting the neighbors, and teaching Nanami about the world, from daifuku to astronomy.
If you like Chi's everyday antics, then you may want to try out Nanami-chan which has a similar feel to it. Both are fun series for the whole family, that are light-hearted and easy to enjoy.
It's a basketball! It's a melon! It's… Poyo the cat?! After drunkenly stumbling across the bulbous, cuddly creature on the street one day, Moe Satou decides to bring the stray home and keep him in the house as a family pet. Whether he's lounging around or bringing snacks to the other strays in the neighborhood, Poyo is always getting into a variety of misadventures with his new owners and friends, including the lovable neighbor cat Kurobe, doting father Shigeru and a host of kittens.
If you enjoy watching Chi's various antics and have a spare few minutes, then you might want to check out Poyopoyo. Both are short, cute and comical anime that focus on cats and their owners.