If you liked the Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter anime, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
Fumiko, a timid school girl, shyly confesses her feelings for a boy named Takeshi. But rather than return the sentiments, he apologetically explains he needs to focus on baseball instead! Crying and embarrassed, Fumiko runs away down a hill – but she goes so fast, she can’t stop!
In a cafe, people spend their time talking to each other about what’s on their mind. They talk about troubles with love, spread gossip about a friend of a friend and tell about the time they saw a flying fish. The waitress of the cafe tries to teach a lesson to a boy that just broke up with his girlfriend that relationships don’t end when the people involved part ways. Overall, the other people in the cafe also become influenced by what tools of humanity and the human language can do for relationships between lovers and friends. The unbelievable is always tested by science and our own imaginations...
These two little shorts have a similar sort of thoughtful animation style that makes the lack of solid plot forgivable. They're very short so if you enjoyed watching one then give the other a try.
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.
"Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter" has a certain lyricism, a feeling of sadness and hope, and a "visual poetry" feel that instantly makes one remember Makoto Shinkai's works, mixing wonderful CGs with beautiful, even if a bit crude, hand drawn-like animation. Both are very short and use a narrator who is also a character. The quiet soundtrack, silly situations and still scenes, along with the aspects I mentioned above, all make "Rain" to look like She and Her Cat's cousin - even if a poor one.