The story is about a young man who has to deal with a cat boy who just kind of shows up and starts living with him. The plot seems to be completely incidental- every event exists only to prompt more cute moments- but because of the short episode length (about 3 minutes each) it doesn't really matter. The characters- mangaka Da Shu and his new roommate, felinoid twink Miao, aren't exactly 3 dimensional jump-out-of-the-screen characters, but they're still entertaining to watch, and there is a massive moe element to Miao- I just want to hug him! The art style is also very fun, simplistic,
and easy to watch.
One major issue I have with the show, however, is the age difference and strange dynamic between Da Shu and Miao. Da Shu seems to be almost a caretaker to Miao, as if Miao is his housecat and not his roommate, which just rubs me the wrong way personally, especially considering this is a BL anime. Also, I'm not sure how old Da Shu is supposed to be (I'd guess early-to-mid twenties) but Miao is 16. It's mostly personal taste, but romances where one character is underage and the other is an adult really aren't my cup of tea, no matter what the laws are in Asia.
Overall, this is a cute, fun, fairly wholesome BL with a lot of typical BL tropes. But be warned- it's so syrupy sweet that you might overload ~