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Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko

Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko

Alternative Titles

English: She and Her Cat
Japanese: 彼女と彼女の猫


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 25, 2016 to May 25, 2016
Authors: Shinkai, Makoto (Story), Yamaguchi, Tsubasa (Story & Art)
Serialization: Afternoon


Score: 7.421 (scored by 1101 users)
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Ranked: #46082
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Popularity: #3305
Members: 2,985
Favorites: 39


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Aug 16, 2017
Toast_Senpai (All reviews)
This manga may be short but it packs a delightful punch. Told from the perspective of a cat named Chobi, he is a stray picked up by a woman called Miyu and given a new home with her. This quick and simple read takes you on a slow ride through the seasons as Miyu and Chobi quietly live together. Because only Chobi's thoughts are shown, it provides another element to the story that isn't usually present. While we still get to see what Miyu says, we don't get a look inside her head and rely on Chobi to tell us his opinions of Miyu. It's read more
Aug 6, 2018
neeonX (All reviews)
She and Her Cat is a sweet little story about the invisible hardships of 20-somethings. Miyu is a 20-something year old woman with an office job, barely any friends, and little contact with her family. The story follows her life through the eyes of her cat Chobi. Each chapter is a different season and we see snapshots of both of their lives. This was a very melancholy story about how hard life can get even when nothing drastically bad is happening to you, and about how the little things can hold it together, in this case her cat. I thought it was compelling from start read more
Aug 28, 2017
PowerUpOrDie (All reviews)
A delightful little manga about the life a single, 20-something Japanese woman as seen through the eyes of her cat.


At first I thought this was a manga original, but after doing some digging apparently the first version of this story was a 5 minute short film Makoto Shinkai made back back in 1999 before he'd hit it big as a director. Now with a few movies under his belt (perhaps you've heard of them, he made this little film called 'Your Name' which seemed to get some attention last year) Makoto Shinkai is revisiting his roots with a four chapter manga adaptation.

If I was being read more
Apr 6, 2018
KisenoYuma (All reviews)
As a cat lover and husband of a going-crazy cat lady (I love you, hon.), this manga jumped off the shelf at me. When I opened it I did not know what to expect, however I was very much pleasantly surprised after reading through it.

This manga is a one-shot that tells the story of Chobi, a house cat, and his relationship with his owner, Miyu. The story is told completely from Chobi's perspective, which sets it apart from most other stories of its kind. Through Chobi's inner monologue you get to discern what type of cat he is as well as the sort of owner read more