She and Her Cat: Everything Flows - Videos

Alt title: Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows

She and Her Cat: Everything Flows Episode 2 - [She and Her Sky]

A beautiful sunset reminds her and Daru of the time they first met.

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[She and Her Apartment]

Episode 1

[She and Her Apartment]

[She and Her Sky]

Episode 2

[She and Her Sky]

[She and the Look in Her Eyes]

Episode 3

[She and the Look in Her Eyes]

[She and Her Story]

Episode 4

[She and Her Story]

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Taek Taek says

If you liked the more sentimental episodes of Tabi Machi, then you should definitely check out She and Her Cat: Everything Flows. Both shows have a similar atmosphere to them, and both are capable of plucking at your heartstrings.

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