If you're looking for anime similar to Donyatsu, you might like these titles.
"Bananya” are neither cats nor bananas, but cats hidden in bananas. They come out and play when people are not watching.
Cat doughnut. Cat banana. I'm sure you see the similarity. Both of these short anime follow the silly and cute adventures of a part cat, part food character.
If you like anime about cats that are food too look no further than these 2 amazing titles. Sure to please the cat and food lover in you!
Cats as food - what's not to like? There isn't much of a plot with these two, and the similarities are fairly obvious.
Do you like cats? Do you like food? Do you think you need more of the two combined? With Bananya, you have banana-cats, with Donyatsu, you have pastry-cats. Both are short episode animes that detail the daily adventures of the food-cats. If you liked one, you'll like the other. So go watch them right meow... (I couldn't resist the pun)
Both of these shows have really short episodes and feature hybrids of food and cats.
Of these two, Bananya is more cutesy while Donyatsu is a tad more comedic.
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 short-length episode anime that feature cats. Both are silly and cute. Since the episodes are short, both series are quick watches and would probably appeal to the same audience.
Do you need more weird cats-that-aren't-cats? The adorable animation style, strange situations, and general goofiness can be found in both of these anime. If you liked one, you're sure to like the other.
A home drama centering around protagonist "Nameko." Amusing family anecdotes, surprising and funny events, and a little bit of tear-jerking in the warm, everyday lives of the Nameko family.
The "Nyanbo" are creatures with square bodies with ears and tails that came to Earth from outer space. There's Tora, who dreams of repairing their broken UFO and returning to space, as well as his sister Kotora, the precocious Shiro, the mischievous Mike, the mysterious Kuro, and many more. All of these Nyanbos are now happily living much like cats, free-spirited and sometimes getting into trouble, in places that humans don't know about.
Chi, the sweet kitten full of energy is back! It's yet another day full of happiness for Chi, as she spends the day with her friends, Come-Come, Ann, and Telly. They fool around together, go discover secret spots together, and so on.
The story revolves around the first professional cat pitcher Miitarou, who plays for the "Nyiants." Miitarou has a great but unusual playing style distinctive of cats: he dozes off on the pitcher's mound and uses the bat to sharpen his claws.