Himeno spends time with Shino as she teaches her the names of various plants and flowers.
In the first half, Himeno takes Shino out. While they go for a walk, Shino asks about the types of grasses. Himeno teaches her the actual names of various plants that have different shapes and colors.
During school, Shino teaches Maki and Mi that flowers and grasses have their own names. Of course, this applies to shapes as well. Still, I have to admit that their interactions are cute when they identify the plants. Of course, seeing Maki upset over missing flowers and becoming angry about it is adorable. Thankfully, Shino calms her down by saying that the flowers aren’t gone forever. Every season, different flowers of different shapes, colors and size will grow and bloom.
In the second half, the focus is on the kitten girls and Sue. Apparently, Sue had trouble getting her tail through her clothing. After one of the kitten girls helped her, they do tricks with their tail and making circles with them. Of course, Sue can do that at all since her tail is tiny.
At least it’s nice to see Tama spend the time to show the family album. She shows that the kitten girl tails were short when they are 2 years old. Of course, Tama says that one can’t stay cute forever since everyone will eventually grow up. Of course, if Tama stayed little and cute forever, she won’t be able to make dinner or care for her siblings.
The next day, the kitten girls saw a beauty contest on television. Sue says that Tama is the prettiest girl. Of course, the kitten girls think that there is someone prettier somewhere in the world. I have to admit that it’s nice to say that their daycare person is pretty, until they took it back. They eventually meet Himeno and her friends.
I find it ironic that the kitten girls don’t find Himeno pretty, but rather cute. Ironically, they think that Shino is pretty although she is still a kid. As always, Nozomi gets the short end of the stick with the kitten girl asking if Nozomi is a girl or not. Either way, it’s nice that they are curious about the world around them at such a long age.
Aside from that, it’s funny how people and even animals want to take Sue from Tama’s family. It’s not surprising since she is adorable. It’s funny how a dog think that Sue is a doll. Of course, when the kitten girls play hide and seek, they find out that Sue is missing. They eventually find her. It appears that Kawamoto’s sister wants to take Sue home. This can explain why she always apologizes so often. I can’t blame her.