The beauty of She and Her Cat: Everything Flows lies in its utter simplicity. It takes what we often take for granted, puts a nice metaphorical spin on it, and connects to us on a deep and heartwarming level that you would never expect in a million years.
Kanojo (or Miyu), the main character of Everything Flows, is a college student who is just beginning to face the real world. As with many other independent college students, she is facing some tough times, but what makes her situation all the more interesting is how she is being bombarded with incessant change. She just recently moved
out of her childhood home, her friend/roommate recently left the apartment that the two of them split the rent for, and she’s had her applications rejected in her endless search to get a job. Needless to say, things are not looking too bright for Kanojo.
The only one thing that has remained steady and consistent in Kanojo’s life is her cat, Daru. Kanojo’s mother found Daru when Kanojo was still a young child, and, although initially rejecting Daru, she learns to tolerate him. Over time, they grow together and form a deep relationship with each other. Their relationship has now developed up to a point now where Daru recognizes the hardship that Kanojo has to endure. Although there is not much that Daru can physically do, it is clear that he empathizes with her deeply.
It should be noted that the entire storyline is told from Daru’s point of view, but it isn’t isolated to just that. By incorporating a number of flashbacks and cleverly integrated metaphors throughout the story, the screenwriters of this 4 episode series have created something that has just enough impact to leave an impression yet still not sound overly sappy. It’s truly just right: a masterfully crafted balance, as I would say.
As for the art and sound, they are both well done. An easy, breezy OP & ED and well-timed music to leave an emotional impact – what’s there not to like? The animation and art are very consistent and does the trick for this show.
Overall, it’s a great watch. 28 minutes in total may not seem like much, but it does the trick for the context of this show. The simplicity of this show is its strongest selling point, and after watching this I’m sure that it’ll leave you thinking about your own life too.
Overall Grade: A-
Author's Disclaimer: Please remember, this is my own personal opinion. I critique anime primarily on how the story is executed and how well-rounded the characters are. This review is not meant to target any other review but was intended to provide a more holistic analysis.
It should be noted that this is a full-fledged review of the entire season.
Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows, does more with four 7-minute episodes than most anime accomplishes with hours and hours of exposition. This story is more like a set of connected haikus, or a few simple pen-and-ink drawings, where each careful choice of phrase, or each perfectly drawn line, speaks more deeply than anything else one can imagine.
I loved Daru. His narrative voice was perfect. Even though we'll really never know what cats think, he felt very real to me. And his relationship with Kanojo was portrayed with such nuance and care that I truly believed that his words were truly his own.
can only say that, in the final episode, you must watch to the very end. Something very special happens, something magical, something perfect.
I started crying during the first episode. By the end of episode 4 tears were flowing from my eyes, unbidden and unplanned. I'm still crying now, just thinking of this beautiful and utterly perfect gem of animated art. It's rare to encounter any work that's able to convey so much meaning with just the smallest and most intimate of gestures. I felt like I lived an entire life in less than half an hour. And when it was all over, I believed I was genuinely reborn. And I believe that rebirth and reincarnation, if such things could exist, would be more desirable than any other fate. Just to know that connection...that summer day...that familiar face and scent once again...
In case your also wondering if the romance is between the girl and the cat, then the short answer is YES but am sure its not as twisted as you might imagine. The story is the most awesome thing about this short anime, its not exactly something that is gonna make you tear up but its guaranteed to move you, watching "Kanojo" from the cats POV as she struggles with finding a job and the stresses of having to adjust to living alone as a new adult in the society.
Like i said before, the story is definitely the best part about this anime, its
fast paced since the anime is very short, but wont fail to make sure you understand everything very clearly, the cat narrates most of it, showing us flash backs from the life of Kanojo when she was a child and her problems as she was growing up.
Not exactly what you can call the best but it was awesome, the animation wa smooth and the emotion behind every action were portrayed well in every scene. That is about as much as I can say about the art.
Im the kinda person who would stop watching a movie or anime just because they messed up the sound tracks for a certain scene, This anime absolutely matched the soundtrack with that heavy tone of watching someone fight responsibilities, I never really notice any anything if the character's voice acting is messed up but am sure you will find that the sound is OK.
The anime doesn't really use a lot of characters considering that the anime is from a domesticated cat's POV, but as far as am concerned the character's were very realistic, the way they talk and act is what you would see in real humans, absolutely down to earth characters.
Without a doubt this part takes a 10 because of the awesome story, a very short anime but for just the 7 minutes that you will watch, it will totally reel you in slowly, I like stories that are fast paced because i easily get bored listening to too much detail, this anime packed every up in short scenes that make you understand fast.
Well this review my not be of help but am pretty sure you will enjoy the anime just as much as I did, its one of those anime that doesn't give you much room for hating it so am sure no matter the type of anime you like, this one is definitely a watch for any anime fan.
Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko might probably be short but the impact that it leaves you stays longer than you imagine.
As a cat lover, I really enjoyed watching this. The opening suits the "aura" of the anime. And the animation is just magnificent especially if you stream it in HD. The story was lovely and light. One of the great thing about this anime is that it's told in the perspective of the Cat. I'm pretty sure that cats have this thoughts. I got a bit emotional too cause it reminded me of my old cat, yuki. She was sweet and lovely. I suddenly missed
her. I think one of the underlying lessons that you will learn from this is to never take something for granted. I never regretted anything on my end with my relationship and time with yuki. I'm sure she knows that I loved her and I will always do.
If you're a cat lover, I highly recommend you to watch this. If you aren't but you wanted something oddly relaxing, I recommend you to watch this. It's just 7 mins per episode so it's convenient :''3
So this review is based off the first 2 episodes of the anime, so if anything changes as the episodes are released this review will be changed.
8 - Story: Everything Flows is about the lives of a job hunting girl and her cat. It highlights their friendship through youth and focuses pretty heavily on how the cat sees her and tries to make her life better. And that’s about it. The episodes are 6ish minutes long each so the story is pretty simple. But that’s why I’m gonna give this anime so much dam much credit. Yeah, it has a story that’s simple, but
the way it’s told is really interesting so I felt completely hooked within the first 2 minutes.
8 - Characters: There’s also really only two characters that are important. The girl and the cat. Once again they chose perfectly to focus on just two characters given the length of the episodes, and so the way the characters interact with each other is great. They make it clear early on, that even though the cat does have dialogue neither the girl nor the cat can understand each other. Yet the way the girl talks about her life and the way the cat bounces off that giving his insight actually makes you feel like they’re actually best friends.
8 - Sound: Speaking of dialogue, the voice acting is really, really good. At first, hearing the cat with an adult male’s voice did feel kind of weird, but after a minute or so, the voice matches perfectly. Same goes for the girl, her voice is expressive without being whiny and really, what more can you ask for?
9 - Art: Now as far as art goes, I’d have to say this is probably my favourite thing about the anime, because the whole thing is just downright beautiful. No joke, almost every scene is worthy of being used as a wallpaper, they’re just that good looking.
8 - Enjoyment: So, if you’re looking for a pretty chill story that will keep you interested the whole 6 minutes, then I’d definitely recommend checking this one out. Yeah, it’s short, but for an anime to hook you on such lovable characters with such a simple story in such a short period of time, it’s pretty awesome. I’d say Everything Flows is a solid 8/10.
She and Her Cat Review
I'm not going to lie, this is an entertaining series. As a person who doesn't own pets, it's refreshing to see what it's like to own pets from a new perspective. She and Her Cat is one of those short anime that has an 8 minute run time and uses those 8 minutes per episode to their fullest. Let's get into the meat of this review though.
Simple concept. A college student lives with her cat. Here's the twist: It's from the perspective of the cat. It's a nice twist, but it isn't a mind blowing concept. For what it does,
it does well. It engages the audience, has a nice pace, and has a good idea of what it wants to be. Since it's a show about a college student, it would make sense to have some kind of conflict. The daily troubles of college students (getting a job, paying bills, etc.) allows the audience to relate with the main female character.
This show does know what it's doing, but the mundane is still mundane. Nothing crazy is going on, and although this isn't a bad thing, a little more conflict would be nice. This series even states in the first episode that (from the perspective of the cat) the main female character does the same thing every morning. This is used to highlight how, even in the face of hardships, the main female character can stay strong. It's a nice idea and it's well executed.
For what this show does, it does well, but it doesn't go above and beyond with most of its ideas. It seems a little TOO emotional at times.
There are only 2 characters as of episode one. Let's split this section between the two characters.
The cat is simplistic. The cat knows its limits for what it can and can''t do to help and is grateful for its owner. He tries to comfort his owner and that's about it. Since we see the world through his eyes, we are restricted to the house as the setting. This adds to the idea of this anime being mundane.
The main female character is characterized well. She is a strong, independent woman who doesn't fall in any of the tropes normally seen in anime. She faces hardships to her fullest and keeps trying in the face of failure. This allows the audience to relate with her struggles more easily and makes the story have a larger impact.
You can see the bond between pet owner and pet within the first episode through the dialogue and through actions. This show utilizes the show, don't tell aspect of a visual medium most of the time, but falls off the deep end at times with how certain things are explained. The characters and characterization is, overall, strong and a breath of fresh air.
ANIMATION AND SOUND
The animation is beautiful, but as stated, the setting is in a house. There isn't much to mess up. When visuals of the outside world are shown, they are well drawn and attract the audience's eye. The art style is a little different from the norm, but again, it is a breath of fresh air.
The voice actors are well chosen and fit their roles well. They don't over exaggerate their dialogue, which is nice. I don't like when a small conflict turns into a crying and yelling fest so it's nice to see external conflicts handled realistically.
The music is also fitting, and the ending is soothing. That's another theme of this show, it's calming. Everything comes together to make a simplistic and calming story with some minor conflicts to keep the characters with something to do. The music adds to scenes, but nothing has stood so much yet that I would add it to my music playlist.
This is a nice show to watch to relax. It's relate-able to both pet owners and people who go through mundane conflicts. It's relatively short episode lengths are good for quick viewing sessions while waiting around or to fill a quiet room with some noise for a little. Nothing stands out too much because of the perspective we are given, but this perspective also adds something new that we haven't seen much before. For what this show has to offer, it's worth a watch. I rate it a 4/5, but because it doesn't stand out in how it presents itself, I would say a 7.5/10 is more deserving.
I'm editing this review each episode to ensure the highest amount of accuracy in it.
Have you ever wondered how a story narrated by a cat would be?
"Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows" is a very meaningful anime. The title itself is beautiful and matches perfectly the content of the story.
Story - 10/10
Daru is an old cat who loves his owner. He never uses her name (Miyu). For him, she is just "kanojo". I liked how Daru's thoughts catch your attention. His voice is so softly. He narrates the story from his eyes--a cat's eyes. It's interesting to know Miyu through his perspective. She is having a bad time. Can't get a job. Misses her mother. Daru is her
only company. And it's beautiful when they are together.
Art - 10/10
This anime is so beautifuly animated! I loved the details. Daru's eyes are just perfect.
Sound - 10/10
The music is very touching. It conveys the character's feelings.
Character - 9/10
As the main character, Daru is wonderfully developed. There's something very mature in the way he acts and thinks. Miyu doesn't get behind, but I missed some information. The anime could have explored her family's background better.
Enjoyment - 10/10
I'm the kind of person who likes to watch animes that make you cry. And I love cats too. So, the enjoyment was great!
Overall - 10/10
This is probably one of the best animes I've ever watched. And I'll problaby rewatch it again and again. Daru may be a cat, but he is an amazing character I'll never forget.
"I'm searching for her because she's searching for me."
This is my review about Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko. I'll update it in every new episodes.
Based on the first Makoto Shinkai's anime project, LIDENFILMS brings the new art and another complex story than the first edition. Because the first edition is very short (around 4 minutes), so, don't hope too much this edition will be long around 20 minutes.
Story (8/10): For the story, it's very good. In episode 1, it's a deccent story. Introduce about the main character life and his owner. But for the prologue of the story, there's something so questionable. Why is there
a scene that like Doraemon's Anywhere Door for the cat? I thought it's okay as made us so relax to enjoy this anime.
In Episode 2, it's better than the first episode. The feel has come and bring the background of the story.
Art (7/10): The art is decent. Soft with detailed animation. If we comparing with another Makoto Shinkai's project like 5 Centimeters per Second and Kotonoha no Ni Wa, it's like the earth and the sky. So, don't hope too much for the art quality.
Sound (8/10): All the musics in this anime are relaxing and suitable with the situation. From the opening with the instrumental musical, the BGM, and the ending music, it's very nice. So I give 8 for this.
Character (8/10): The introduction and the development of all characters are good. Asanuma Shintaro (Seiyuu of Daru) is doing good for narrate his life and Hanazawa Kana (Seiyuu of "Kanojo") is doing great to bring "Kanojo" more expressive.
Enjoyment (8/10): It's enjoyable if you like the melancholic/drama anime.
Overall (8/10): For this two episode, it's very good. Brings better and better story in every episode. If this story can execute the story until our tears has fall, it scores can be more than 8.
I came to this adaptation of one of Shinkai's early works (ie, 'She and Her Cat') after watching 'Your Name' and wanting to see the development of his career.
I enjoyed the premise of the anime: a brief moment of someone's life told through the eyes of a cat. The plot turned out to be better than I expected. Seeing the love and affection that Daru (the cat) has towards his owner, Kanojo, despite his ever-present confusion towards Kanojo's life is both admirable and inspiring. It shows that even as you go through some of the lowest points of your life, having someone special there
for you can make so much more tolerable.
Yet, this premise limits much of the anime's potential. There was a prevailing feeling that something was missing and 3 months later when writing this, I still haven't figured out what. Unfortunately, for this reason, I can not rate it any higher than I have.
A short, simple, nice and warming story presented from a cat's point of view. I always wanted to watch something like this. It's interesting because it makes you think "what could be in a cat's/animal's mind?"
There are four episodes, without the short opening and the ending we have ~25 min. in total (6-7 min. per episode). It's not really much and it's difficult (not impossible) to present a complex story in such a short time.
With only 4 characters (a few more are just passing by) it's a pretty decent development. We get some flashbacks and we can see how the
relationship between Miyu and her mother changed and why she moved alone with her cat. She was presented as a lonely girl, more like an introverted person, therefore she had some troubles finding a stable job. In the end we see her like a new person who finally "could grow up".
We can talk about the relationship between Miyu and her cat too. While she said in the past to Daru that she'd rather be alone, asking him "you wold too, right?", now she wouldn't want lo live apart from her precious cat.
This story is also narrated by the cat. I think the voice acting was very good, Daru's voice was fitting perfectly and together with the music it was a very relaxing four-episode show.
The things I didn't liked about this short anime are some moments that could have been explained better, I found them a little bit confusing and maybe the fact that they could have added just a few more details about the characters. But because it's a short story, this little things seem like a bigger minus point.
In general, it was a nice "little" anime. I'm happy I watched it. 8/10
I have a cat and I always thought: "What could animals think about?", "How and what do they feel when they are with us, humans?", "Are we giving them enough attention?" "Are they happy with us?"
There was something Daru said in this anime : "I live in my own time and she lives in her own time. So these moments when my time and hers intersects are more precious to me than anything."
Most of the pets we own are alone, they do not have any other animal friends. They might be, sometimes, just a little part of our life, but for them, we are everything they have. I feel like that's what this anime wanted to highlight. And that was, also, what I liked the most about it.
Looking for an anime to relax and kill some time with? Then this one's for you. 4 episodes, only around 13 minutes each, it surprisingly left an impact to me, as simple as it is.
The plot revolves around Daru, an old kitty living together with his owner, a woman struggling to find a steady job. The story is narrated from the POV of the cat, cherishing the time he had with his owner in a series of flashbacks. The plot sounds so simple, but that's exactly why it works. Nothing too complicated to think about, just a fine and relaxing 'healing' kind of show.
to talk about the visual here. One thing I can say is that it's a pleasant to look at. The choice of color palettes here suit the overall theme of the story, subtle and calm. One thing that I particularly liked about the show is how realistically they portrayed Daru. He moves and acts like a real cat and that makes him much more likable and believable.
The soundtrack was nothing too outstanding, but it fits and never felt out of place with the overall theme of the show. It has a calm and relaxing tune with a slight sad undertone to it.
Overall, I can say this is the perfect show for a cat or even any animal lovers and by the end, it even made me shed a few tears from its bittersweet ending. It's amazing how an anime this short can left that much impact to me. And for that, I gave it a solid 8.
As someone who is not an animal person and definitely more of a dog person than a cat person, this anime didn't hit as many heartstrings as it did for others. That being said, if you're like me and are thinking about watching this, stick around and read this review.
I watched this on the recommendation of a friend of mine, and I have to admit that it is somewhat a masterpiece of short anime. That being said, I don't think I was the target audience, so while it was objectively very good, I didn't enjoy it as much as I think I should've.
off, the story is very simple and meaningful in how simple it is. It's about the flow or nature and the life of an unnamed girl, simply put. That's all it is. And in that, somehow it's still somehow interesting.
The art is just outstanding, hands down. There's nothing else to be said about that.
Most of the time, we just hear our dear cat main character speaking, and he has somewhat of an ASMR voice, so he's nice to listen to. In all honesty though, the closing and opening music is also very relaxing. This is very good to binge quickly on a rainy afternoon.
However, the characters are where this shines-- the entire show is centered around them; mostly 'she' and her cat. Since it's a short show, I won't go too much into depth lest I spoil it, but the show gives a startling amount of character to both people and makes it a very entertaining watch.
That being said, I didn't enjoy it as much as other people did because I'm simply not an animal person or a cat person and it didn't really connect to me for me to feel any real emotions about it. However, this is objectively a very good show and I think everyone should at least give it a shot.
I would recommend this if: you like cats, you like animals in general, you like short shows, you like stuff that's wholesome and adorable
I would NOT recommend this if: you're expecting a ton of plot, you don't like animals or cats in general
Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows is an surprisingly subtle and flavorful anime considering assumptions and the miniature length of each episode. The show revolves around an unnamed girl going about her life as her cat monologues. The structure of the series is non-linear, the show excellently maneuvers time giving you the understanding of how things got that way and then what happened next.
The main character, "She" is an fairly complex person with her relationship between her mother, and her friend. She is an great representation of young adulthood, that college age where one might be living alone yet not exactly an adult yet.
The presentation of this relationship and how it "flows" with the non-linear nature of the scenes gives a subtle but noticeable flavoring that is quite unique.
And the series is only about 21 minutes long so its worth your time, or only 7 minutes if the first episode doesnt sell you.
Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows tells the story of a cat and his owner from the perspective of the cat. It is such a simplistic concept, and yet it has instantly earned a place as one of my favorite shows of all time despite being in seven-minute episodes--which says a lot about how good this series of shorts is. After next Friday it will have finished after just four episodes, which is a shame considering just how well written it is, and it really shows off Shinkai Makoto's spectacular skill as a writer. I will highlight everything that makes this show spectacular in
First things first, I'll talk about the characters and the story (because these two are heavily intertwined, making it easier to just lump them together). The cast consists of a cat, her owner and a handful of extremely minor supporting characters. With just two characters that get focused on and without it trying to push ahead with some kind of plot (somewhere in which a lot of other shorts fall flat), the story is heavily character driven. The overarching plot which is there is that the owner is struggling having just graduated from high school, and it shows how she is unable to push ahead in life. All of this is told from thr cat's perspective, and when I watch her struggle it really brings tears to my eyes due to just how genuine it feels when watching. The cat thinks about her past, we learn how the two met each other and about the characters, and it leads to a massive amount of relatable character development which leaves me feeling like I know the characters and their hardships, and it is what makes it such a great show.
As for the other aspects of the show, you can see the thought which has gone into the little things which make this show that much better. The visuals are stunning, with the OP and ED having a watercolour art style akin to Hai to Gensou no Grimgar, and the soundtrack is beautiful and really makes the touching or relatable scenes that much moreso, as well as getting across the idea that this show is incredibly relaxing. The OST reminds me of the music that goes over a lot of Non Non Biyori, with the easiest parallel to draw being with Hidamari Michi to Ren Chon's relaxing overtones and tune.
All in all, I am thoroughly enjoying this show. Honestly this is the closest thing to perfection I think I've ever seen, and it is definitely worth the time to watch. Truly this show is a masterpiece.
I went into this anime with some expectation, and I got some in return.
Fairly straightforward, it's simple, but it works. I was in a dilemma of finding a job when I was watching this, so I could relate to a degree.
This is where I had some mixed feeling. I knew where the spin-off is coming from, so I had a high expectation. But it wasn't that great. Don't get me wrong, it is very beautiful with the scenery and stuff, but it feels more like a painting than animation to me, since the lack of dimension is really bugging me. Especially when the cat is
black and it turns dark for certain frames. It has a old animation feel though, which is kinda unique at the time where CGI anime is a thing.
It was good, but I don't remember it too well. I guess this is a good thing, since it means that there wasn't anything out of place, which means they did a good job in doing the cues and stuff.
Each character is not complex and only plays a role. The cat plays the narration, the girl plays the girl in distress, the friend and mom are the person who concerned about the girl. I think the chemistry between characters are really well-mixed, and how they reacted to another person showed the character better. For example, how the cat gives cold shoulder to the friend is showing how the cat like the smell of the girl and the girl alone.
This has a sad tone throughout the series, and while there are happy times, it's hard to shake off the feeling that it's sad. Nevertheless, it's still fairly enjoyable, with the story well-written and we have only the cat as a narration.
I don't like shows with a sad tone, which I know this show is going to be. I might not rewatch this though, despite I have some good moments with it, since it doesn't really fills my need for laughter. Nevertheless, I would rate this as an okay show at least, since it's short and they delivered it in a simple way and attend to small details which lets you pay more attention to the show.
I rarely write reviews (and when I do they are very short), but this anime moved me so much that I feel that I must write one.
These four episodes are emotionally powerful especially at their close; the beautiful art and animation style only enforces how deeply affected I was by this anime.
It is very well paced except seeming slow at times, but since the series in all is about half an hour it should not make much of a difference. There are only four characters and the main two are very nicely fleshed out, and even one of the others (the mother) has a very
clear-cut personality and ambience to her. They feel very much like typical people (and cat!) but they are lovely characters all the same.
The sound in general was pleasant but not all too interesting, although not hard on the ears by any means. It is always nicely placed as well.
The quick story within four 7-minute episodes felt much longer than it was and for good reason - it had more depth and felt more "full" than most longer animes I have seen.
It may look a the surface to just be a short story about a girl and a cat - and it is - but please give this a watch.
So I watched this on a whim because I am a cat owner. My cat and I share a very tight bond and is a very important part of my life.
Needless to say, this was some of the most emotional 28-30 minutes of my life in terms of anything anime related. The story for myself was extremely relatable, even with the strain of the main character. The art direction fits perfect for the anime, though not as memorable or eye popping as other shows.
The story is emotional no matte what, but if you have a pet this show may really dig at your
soul more than others. I was emotional during each episode, until the final episode where I cried for a good half hour. No other anime has ever done this to me before.
This short 4 episode long series follows the life of a girl after graduation, the economic and psychological hardships she faces as she enters the world of adults (No, not THAT part of the adult world, the others) and how she has to rely on herself and her cat, a pet she's had since she was a child. The cat is already pretty old unfortunately and it's clear from the start of the anime that he's getting slower and weaker.
Melancholic themes, a tiny bit of intense drama, nice voice acting by both the cat and the girl (we can hear the thoughts of the cat
even though he doesn't understand exactly what his owner says. This reinforces the connection between them nicely, showing that even without "speaking" the same language they have a much deeper, emotional connection). The visuals, while nothing spectacular, are on a pretty ok level, usually displaying a sunset that quickly becomes depressing.
All in all the anime is a very good drama worth your time...
Has any of you actually ever owned a cat?! Because the writer of this clearly hasn't. Let me tell you folks, I have owned both a cat and a dog in the past and this anime shows how a DOG would think, NOT a cat. Years spent together? Emotional connections? "I love her."?!?!?! Foolish naive humans, that's NOT how a cat thinks. A cat doesn't want to see you... A cat... A cat just wants to watch the world burn... I hate using memes as points of reference, but cats are a$$holes, we know it when we buy them and it's pretty much WHAT we buy them for.
In reality people, the moment you die horribly because someone threw the microwave in the bathtub, a dog would start crying next to your burnt corpse, and it would eventually die from the depression. A CAT ON THE OTHER HAND, oh... The cat would turn around on your revolving chair, rub its paws together and say: "The human is dead, good. All according to plan... Nyahahahaha!"
For serious cat lovers, you will really really like this 4 episode short anime a lot!
Daru is like literally the cat you wish you had because he never scratched, hiss or act fearful towards Miyu even as his owner. Unlike some cats in real life, they tend to do all those things lol.
I thought Shintaro Asanuma was the best at narrating as the cat like honestly, his voice does make you sleepy. It really helped me sleep after watching it at 4am in the morning (yes summer break has left me insomniac the whole time fml).
To be fair and honest with you, I was
more fixated on looking at Daru than Miyus life throughout the whole series and cried at the end. Yeah even as a non-cat owner, I like cats....deal with it.....
She and her cat was a very -lets say different anime.It sounded so simple so casual but while watching it,you got overtaken by the emotions of the so simpleminded characters.It may just be cause i am too emotional but I really adored this anime.
The art was very simple but nice.The sceneries and expressions were done very well imo,it wasnt the best but it was good.
Now im not the type that will praise the ost in a anime but i really enjoyed the ost in this one,it was played at the right moment.The voice Daru was given was actually the best part in the anime,such a
calming and emotional voice.Asanuma Shintaro really did the best job they could have made.
The characters were simple but maybe thats why i loved them so much.They expressed emotions well (not the best but yea).There isnt much to say really,the characters expressed the hardship and joy in life.
It was 2am,vacation,I didnt know what to do thats when i heard about for She and her cat.Now for a 7minute anime i thought, "huh this isnt going to be that good" I was wrong.I honestly dont remember when a anime made me that happy and sad at the same time.It woke so many emotions that i couldnt stop crying.This would be one of my favourite animes if it wasnt for the ending that just made me dissapointed(after credit).Nonetheless I couldnt recommend this anime more,everyone should experience these well spent 28 minutes full of emotion.
I think that in a few years I will still remember this anime for the simple but well balanced story.