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When Senno's explorer father returns home from one of his expeditions, he usually brings back unusual gifts - but never this unusual! This time, he brings a boy named Hyou that was apparently raised by animals on an island, and he'll be staying with the family from now on! As Hyou is new to the realm of humans he has a lot to learn, such as how to dress and even how to speak - and he's dedicated to being around Senno wherever she goes. Now, Senno must try to tame both Hyou's wild nature and her own feelings, while helping her friends and being a typical teen!
Yuiko loves animals, but given the overly-aggressive way she tries to show her love for them, they always run away. One day Yuiko meets a strange boy named Leo who seems to be more beast than human; his fierce eyes frighten everyone away, and he harbors a dark secret: when he's threatened or sees blood, Leo loses control and behaves like a wild animal. Can Yuiko tame this wild beast, or will he run just like all the other animals she loves?
In both manga the heroine meets a wild boy who was raised in a deserted island and gets along well with animals. Shortly afterwards he transfers to her class and she has to constantly keep an eye on him so he won't act like a wild animal.
both are about a boy that was raised away from humans, and his learning to act normal. with BWO he's raised with wolves, with WD hes just raised on an uninhabited island. both are cute and I reccomend reading them.
Suzu is a sixteen-year-old girl whose ordinary appearance and small size have never earned her a boyfriend. However, she has the uncanny ability to understand how animals are feeling and loves them all the more. One day an injured cat falls into Suzu's arms, and she takes him home to patch him up. After falling asleep next to the cat she awakens next to a naked, bandaged and beautiful boy! His name is Noir, and he has the ability to change between a human and cat form... and most importantly, he wants Suzu to have his babies! As if things couldn't get any stranger, it seems that other cats are after Noir for dark purposes, and Suzu must help protect him from their grasp. Between keeping Noir's paws off of her saving Noir from his would-be captors, Suzu has her hands full!
The common thread between this manga and manwha is the fact that a lot of the humor and charm of these stories is the fact that the male lead speaks the language of their new country with great trouble, making communication difficult. The female leads in both stories attempt to help the male lead, though they frustrate them to a degree.