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Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko

Alternative Titles

English: She and Her Cat: Their Standing Points
Synonyms: Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko
Japanese: 彼女と彼女の猫


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 19, 2002
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Original
Duration: 4 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.401 (scored by 42,348 users)
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Ranked: #21032
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Popularity: #1397
Members: 73,310
Favorites: 273


the both are from the same director, and the both are same stile. For me they're just similar.  
report Recommended by lUsTeRs
Both by the same director and artist. Share similiar art and emotional storyline. 
report Recommended by Frisco
They're both anime about cats. Although She and Her Cat is somewhat 'dark' compaired to the light heartedness of Chi's , I found them cute anime. She and Her Cat is an OVA while Chi's Sweet Home is a series. Must watch! 
report Recommended by sakR9
Without any narration of the character the anime is about, these two animes manage to be truly beautiful.  
report Recommended by Ungirl
They are touching short stories made by Makoto Shinkai. Both stories include a girl & a cat with a similar premise of going through the hardships of the working life in the cat's point of view. 
report Recommended by IchiroEX
Both are short stories with monochrome animation about a cat and it's owner told from the point of view of the cat. Both emotional. 
report Recommended by Narushisto
A girl adopts a cat. Both anime are short masterpieces. 
report Recommended by RottenStrawberry
The duration of these anime are pretty low. But these have a nice and beautiful feeling. 
report Recommended by Meye
Although on the surface there seems to be little in common between Mushishi and She and Her Cat, both feature, at their core, very rich and human stories, told with great sensitivity. The visuals, though one is colour, the other black and white, achieve a similar feel with subtle but eloquent animation, framed within leisurely, lingering shots. 
report Recommended by WillMunny
Both short films that make you think alot.Similer art.  
report Recommended by AnimeThief
Both are short stories about a lonely female. While Kanojo no Kanojo no Neko is more of a drama, Kikumana is dementia. Both are psychological. 
report Recommended by abystoma2
Both anime cover the same "Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko" story. "Everything flows" is in color, was made more recently, and has a much longer runtime (still an OVA, though). The other version is 1/6th of the runtime, black and white, and pretty much the first publicly praised work of now famous director Makoto Shinkai. The story and mood are similar, I give Shinkai's version a slightly better rating because it has more emotional power and better art (even if it is B/W). 
report Recommended by inim
So, I heard you like Makoto Shinkai? She and Her Cat is Shinkai's first work and contains several of his visual direction as a director and his narrating prowess as a writer. It is worth checking out to see how much he has grown to form his style back when he was animating his works all by himself. 
report Recommended by TeKSMeLater
Cat themed pieces. Kanojo to Kanojo is more focused on an emotional story while Neko no Ongaeshi takes the fantasy route.  
report Recommended by Tinybox
Short animations with cats as protagonists. Both are psychological, but Nekojiru has "dementia" while Her Cat is more realistic. 
report Recommended by Frezlaj
I found them cute anime. They're both anime about cats. Both homeless cats. 
report Recommended by Princes
Short stories featuring (an) animal(s) as the main character(s) -> may seem silly or light-hearted at first, but both manage to convey a somewhat sad message. 
report Recommended by SoneAnna
One of the stories in Clannad: After Story bears a striking resemblance to what might have been the after story of She & Her Cat.  
report Recommended by starshinesMonet
the same feeling of lonelynes tasukete kudasai...anybody  
report Recommended by threecoolfrogs
Though extremely different at first sight, these stories have the same feelings beyond the pictures. They are two monologues: a monologue of a cat and a monologue of a little girl, which describe to us their sense of life and their hopes. Somehow you would find equal atmospheres in Cat's love story and Comedy's childhood story. 
report Recommended by Iahel
They both have a sad aura to them, have interesting "camera" angles, and are very artistic, yet somewhat simple. The second season of EF (a Tale of Melodies) is also similar to She and Her Cat, but it reminded me of the first season more ^^ 
report Recommended by TsuruyaSonozaki
Both short, black and white. They're leaving the same lonely, strange and mostly indescribable feeling. 
report Recommended by DeleteIt
short shows (9min for Mizu no Kotoba and 5min for She and her Cat) both are psychological and discussing a weird ideas 
report Recommended by As3d
She and Her Cat and chi's new address are both goof stories about cats and also are short series. 
report Recommended by Twitchy-Tail
Both anime present short stories about special relationship between cat and human, but in diffrent mirror. Another, quite unique case is that, both specials have got cat as a narrator. 
report Recommended by 2Pack
When I watched this, I got a feeling "oh you doing that again hah?" He used the same rambling narration theme, which gives a feeling like you reading a novel more than watching an anime. Some people might not like it, since it's hard to understand at some points. 
report Recommended by Hangetsu