Treats make the world go round.
What They Say:
The story recounts Matsumoto’s daily life while raising both a sweet, innocent dog and a “devilishly vicious yet adorable” cat. Everyday, there is laughter and even a tear or two.
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
Matsumoto knows how to get what she wants out of her dog as we see her using the treats to manipulate him at the start, as she pretends to eat it herself in order to get him to listen to her. The cat, however, isn’t fooled by such things and it’s a delight watching how he handles the situation. The same with the time going to the groomers where the dog is so delighted by his end cut and how he feels and that has her trying to help the cat as well by doing some grooming with him at home. But even just the threat of being brushed or touched in any way sets that dark evil aura to the world and it’s easy to understand why Matsumoto stays away.
I really like the way both pets are so different when it comes to everything, often just by the very nature of what they are and not personality. Of course, we all have pets that break the mold so it’s not meant to be a continual constant, but the cat is delightful in how he keeps everything at a distance while the dog just braves it all and has a ton of fun with so much of life. It’s another very cute episode, especially the treat snatching!
Streamed By: Crunchyroll
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