Lenni Reviews: “A Man and His Cat” Vol. 3, by Umi Sakurai

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After the time comes for Fukumaru to get neutered, we have a new character enter the cast named Moriyama; a young man who works with Kanda and greatly admires Kanda’s piano skills. Unfortunately, Moriyama is unaware of Kanda’s past and how traumatic it would be for him to attend a piano concert.

I like learning about these characters through the cats. We spend plenty of time with both the human characters and the felines so there’s a good balance. This series is getting a little more dramatic and very touching. 4.5 out of 5. 

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