Chi continues to get used to her new environment as the family meets their new neighbors and their pets.
What They Say
A heart-warming story of a kitten's daily adventures and its owner family. Chi, a tenderhearted, mischievous newborn crossbreed cat, gets separated from her mother but is picked up by a kindhearted boy and stays with his family. Every moment of their daily life is filled with something we can all cherish.
It takes her a little while, but Chi and the family settle into their new apartment. Chi in particular must explore each nook and cranny to get used to the place. This leads to adventures in high places, marking her territory and discovering how to use a cat door. All of which leads to suitably adorable moments as Chi is overly proud of each and every accomplishment.
Then the family takes to meeting the neighbors. Chi meets (and attempts to eat) a little bird, a jolly man and his big bunny rabbit (who has no interest in Chi at all), a pretty young lady with an arrogant Scottish Fold Longhair cat named Alice and a young boy and his rather simple minded dog, David. Chi has very different experiences with each of them, but up to this point, only David and Alice have become regular characters.
Their adventures take place on their respective yards. Chi meets up with David first as he is just so happy to attempt to play with her. They play in the fence between their yards, chasing butterflies and more. They are more alike than either of them realize which makes their budding friendship very cute. Alice tends to watch some afar, muttering some arrogant one-liner before she ends up joining the fray and enjoying herself. A cat is a cat and a dog is a dog after all. Regardless of their upbringing.
These ten episodes serve to introduce more characters to this little micro series as well as their pets. Both Alice and David are cute additions to the cast, even if they didn't give David a proper internal voice (all he does is bark). Chi's New Address continues to be a cute little show about pets being but the cute little companions they are as well as the pain in the butts they can be.
If you're an animal person and looking for a quick fix of cute, Chi's New Address may just be what you need.
Japanese 2.0 Language, English Subtitles