Lenni Reviews: “A Man and His Cat” Vol. 2, by Umi Sakurai

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Kanda has changed since adopting Fukumaru and the people in his life are starting to notice. He thinks back on his past, his now deceased wife, and how he used to devote so much time to his career, he realizes just how much happier he is having the cat in his life. Kanda smiles more and is opening up to the people around him. And of course, Fukumaru is happy having a nice home despite his own sad past.

This manga is still so sweet and filled with adorable cat moments. If you need slice-of-life manga that is light-hearted and comforting, this is perfect. 5 out of 5.

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