Lenni Reviews: “A Man and His Cat” Vol. 7, by Umi Sakurai


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Another brilliant pianist, Geoffroy, comes to Japan to challenge Kanda and overtake him as the best. On the way to Kanda’s house, Geoffroy finds a box of cold, lonely, abandoned kittens.

Ah, if only all the world’s problems could be solved by a box of adorable kittens…

The characters are becoming better people because the action of bonding with the cats lets down the barriers they’ve built up and it’s really touching and sweet. This volume didn’t hit me in the feels as hard as the others but it’s still good and still worth reading if you want something cute and fun that will make you smile. 4 out of 5.

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