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.
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.
Two super cute TV series (with short eps, nonetheless) about cute cats and their owners. If you liked one you'd definitely appreciate the other.
Short episodes, cats, adults spending time with cats. Both these anime have it ALL! They are both cute, adorable, and will make you think about how you and your own cat act together.
Like cats? Like short anime? Both of these series are for you then. If you enjoy watching owners discuss the oddities and quirks with their pet kitties, then you'll love both of these.
As the seasons pass, a lone stray cat reminisces of life with his master. He talks of the small passions of their time together, and how their shared affection gives them each a reason to be alive. Speaking both of love gained and love lost, he chronicles the eternal nature of their bond, as despite their own respective heartaches they still have each other. The two converse in a touching tale of the true strength of friendship in the face of hardship.
She and Her Cat and Kuruneko are lovely stories of a pet owner with her pet, though SaHC is quite a bit more melancholy while Kuruneko is lighthearted and comedic at times.
Both anime feel like they were made for each other. Similar animation, sweet, and serious at times. the only differece is that kuruneko is more about the human's life and her cats where she and her cat takes it the other way around telling the story from the cats point of view. check one out if you liked the other.
Though She and Her Cat has a much less comedic tone than Kuruneko, both anime are about the relationship between a woman and her pet cats. If you enjoy short anime about that and enjoyed one, then you may want to check out the other.
One day, a young kitten was on a walk with her mother and siblings; but soon she became separated from her kin. Struggling to find her way home, the kitten soon ran into a young boy named Yohei and his mother; and out of pity, the duo takes the kitten home with them. Unfortunately they discover that they are unable to keep pets in their home, and thus begin a quest to find her a new place to live. From playing with shoelaces to being washed, the cute kitten named Chi will have fun and get to know her new family – though all she really wants is to make it home to her feline mother.
If you enjoyed the comedy of the relationships between owners and their pet cats in either of these short anime, then you may want to consider watching the other. Both focus on the slightly bizarre behaviours of our feline friends and if you like the slice of life approach to this then you may well enjoy both of these series.
Cats! Who doesn't love them. Both Kuruneko and Chi's Sweet Home have adorable purrers getting into all kinds of funny situations with their owners. The episodes are very short on both shows, making for an easy watch and keeping things interesting. If you enjoyed one of these shows for being about cats, simple as that, I'd definitely recommend watching the other.
A young woman lives alone in a quiet apartment in Japan; her sole companion is her tiny orange hamster, who she carries with her and loves dearly. Through heartaches, first encounters, cooking sessions and beautiful scenery, the young woman’s relationship with her hamster thrives and remains a touching sentiment.
Egao and Kuruneko are short, touching tales of a woman and her pet/s. You'll definitely appreciate one if you liked the other.
Both anime are short and sweet about a woman/girl and her cat. kuruneko is more about comedy where egao is a short sweet tale. If you liked one you'll definitally like the other
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?
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.