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.
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.
Besides the obvious similarity in subject matter (pet cats), both shows are short little bites of light fluff that roll the end credits before they become stale. Each show is a cute simple diversion and seem to be the textbook defintion of safe harmless programming. If you're looking for an escape from the robots and the harems, you can't go wrong with either.
Two crazily cute, short episode anime about a family and their adventures with their new household cat. Both are sweet and charming and hilarious all at the same time.
Both are short stories involving two very cute kitties. This is definitely a feel good series which has a lot of cute moments and just makes you want to go dawwwww
Both have kitties made for viewers to go ga-ga over (so precious! Yes you are! Yes you are!!! Squeee!! x3 ) with cute lil adventures that have really no meaning at all but are still a nice distraction from everyday life. Both are also family friendly, so you can just keep telling yourself that this is "for the children" and you're not just watching this for yourself.
If you like short, cute anime about cats then you'll love both of these series. Poyopoyo is a little more on the bizarre and comical side, but if you like one, then definitely check out the other.
Both Chi's sweet home and Poyopoyo Kansatsu Nikki tell the everyday adventures of adorable cats in which the cuteness factor is so high it may give nosebleeds... Cat lovers will adore both: Lord knows I do! :3
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.
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.
Tiny, abandoned Nyanpire would have died when he was the kitten if not for the help of a kind stranger… a stranger that happened to be a blood-sucking vampire! Bringing the feline back to life with a few drops of his blood, the man then vanished, leaving Nyanpire to fend for himself. Now, the whimsical kitty lives with Misaki as her housecat, and spends every moment of the day figuring out a new way to find or beg for blood, even if it means turning to a friend such as the samurai Masamunya or angel Nyantenshi!
Both are only a few minutes long, both are about odd felines(A round one in Poyo's case, a vampire in Nyanpire's case) and both are bound to elect a squee out of you.
Both of these adorable shows are about cute cats! They're short, simple, nyaa-tastic, and fans of one should definitely check out the other.
$10 can not only buy you a cute hamster; it also get you a devoted housekeeper who will cook, clean, put on suntan lotion, and cheer you on when your relationships get stale! Does it seem like a dream? Then picture what life would be like if anybody who calls your house gets to know the contents of your underwear drawer! If you can’t imagine what rodents and ecchi have to do with each other, then enter the life of the hamster Ebichu, her sexy master, and the good-for-nothing boyfriend Kaishounachi, and see why a talking hamster can be such a bother!
If you like Poyopoyo's random yet funny humor, add a little ecchiness to its humor style and you get Ebichu. Ebichu is definitely for those who enjoy a hamster who tries to please his master yet in the most inappropriately funny ways.
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.
The format of these two anime couldn't be more different - Egao being a one-off music video and Poyopoyo a TV series. But both are cute looks at an owner with their pet - Poyopoyo being the more comedic of the two.