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Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasen ka?

Score: 6.39/10

Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasen ka?

Eng Title : Uchitama?! Have you seen my Tama?

JP Title : うちタマ?!~うちのタマ知りませんか?~

Year : 2020

Genre : Slice of Life

Season : Winter 2020

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 11/11

Duration : 23 min. per ep.

Studios : MAPPA, Lapin Track

Synopsis

In a city somewhere in Japan, there’s a flyer often seen on Third Street with a picture of a cat with a kinked tail, bearing the words: “Have you seen Tama?” A young boy gazes at the flyer, but he has fluffy ears on his head…!? Watch the dogs and cats from Third Street take on a human form and get up to some mischief. (Source: Official Site)

Gosh darn it, if this isn’t the cutest thing I’ve seen all season. Uchitama may use cat-and-dog-earred people as its gimmick, but what it’s really about is the lives of pets outside of their homes, with the human forms doing double duty as both giving viewers a more expressive form for the characters (while cashing in on what is clearly a key theme this season) and providing a little extra absurdity. It works surprisingly well, never losing the feel of actual animals doing their thing with the added joy of seeing humans in ridiculous positions, such as heatbathing under cars or loafing under benches.

And this episode, made up of three short parts, really does a good job of capturing how animals act and interact. While there’s more getting along than not, I’ve absolutely had a dog and a cat who were best friends, and Justin (the cat) certainly did go for walkabouts to the degree that Tama seems to within the show. (And yes, he took Lilly the dog with him on occasion, much like Tama takes Pochi.) Other very familiar actions include Tora deciding that his owner’s laptop must be “Waiha” because it’s so warm and cozy – and decimating the man’s work in the process – and that one stray that all the housecats tolerate eating their food. Sadly, the fact that Nora, the stray, seems to have had a person once also rings true.

While that fidelity to familiar cat and dog behaviors is a major draw here, the way that the animals think and talk to each other also forms a highlight, as does the fact that there are dogs included in the mix of neighborhood animals, although I imagine it will seem odd to some viewers that the dogs apparently have the same freedom as the cats. It does stand out as weird in the story’s urban setting; I would guess that it’s both a storytelling device and a holdover from the franchise’s earlier roots. Why someone keeps feeding Bull pastry is an entirely different issue and we’re doubtless not intended to take umbrage at it the way I did.

The downside here is that this would have worked equally well, if not better, as shorts, as well as the fact that not a whole lot happens from moment to moment. It’s saved by its intense cuteness and charm, as well as the fidelity to domestic animal behavior, but I could see this getting a bit old if it isn’t careful to mix things up each week. Be that as it may, however, this is utterly adorable and absolutely worth checking out, especially if there’s a cat or dog (or both!) currently sharing your life. You can also free Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasen ka? anime watch online and free download.

Move over Nekopara, not only does this have the better, less degenerate catgirls, but there's also catboys and dogboys(?) for twice the fun. Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasen ka? is the criminally underwatched spinoff of the children's show Tama and Friends where for whatever reason the writers decided to spice it up and give all the animal characters anthropomorphic human designs and renowned voice actors in the industry (HanaKana plays as a catgirl dressed like a maid if that's not enough to convince some of you). On a surface level, the anime looks like nothing much. For starters, the central plot of the series is extremely straightforward. Each episode has multiple storylines that simply focus on Tama, the titular catboy, and/or his friends and their peaceful, daily lives as they find ways to entertain themselves when their owners aren’t with them. The characters have unique designs for what they are, but they are mostly just archetypes and can easily be classified as the cowardly one, the airheaded one, the genki girl, the loner, etc. The series banks more on character interactions rather than character development. Despite all of this, this is where Uchi Tama's main appeal comes from. The series doesn’t let us forget that these characters are actually just your friendly neighborhood cats and dogs. The artstyle sometimes switches around their human forms and their animal forms depending on the situation, mostly because it would probably be weird seeing a human groom himself like a cat. Pets aren’t like their human owners; they’re all just vibing, and that’s exactly what everyone in Uchi Tama is doing. Everything is told from the POVs of the animals, creating a comfy atmosphere that is almost equivalent of watching cat and dog videos on Youtube but in the form of anime characters. The storylines mostly feel like typical, cute slice-of-life shenanigans; for example there is one short skit just about two of the cats trying to stay awake so their owners can share some of their food with them, but there are occasional episodes with completely different tones ranging anywhere from a love story in which one of the cats falls in love to the gut-wrenching backstory of the local stray to a parody anime-style rap battle. The writers were not afraid to limit what they could do with these characters, and it shows. Uchi Tama isn’t the most groundbreaking anime, but if you want to watch something relaxing yet entertaining (especially if you’re a pet lover), this series is worth a watch.

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