After the loss of his loyal dog, Winter, Ji Seungwoo is wounded by an irreplaceable loss and sadness of his 22 year-long companionship. But one day he finds an adorable little kitten waiting in a cardboard box next to his front door. Being the gentle and kind-hearted man he was, he decides to bring him home. However, upon waking up the next morning he is no longer in bed with a cute baby kitten, but a grown, handsome man?! “I am this person’s owner!” he says! Stay tuned to watch how Seungwoo and Mr. Cat’s relationship develops…!
The storyline was pretty good. The storyline really did a good job of capturing the characters and developing their personalities. The art was also pretty good. It adequately represented the storyline, however, as I read, there wasn't really any parts where I was like "woah, this is a masterpiece," That is not to say that the art is bad, but it's just not 5 stars amazing. The characters were all developed well in this manga. You grew to love each and every one of them as time went on, and when things happened tho those characters that had dug their ways into your heart, you felt a pang of sadness for them. (For the creators) I think that this was a pretty amazing work, though there were some sorta grey areas. If the art was boosted just a little more, then I would have probably given this work a 10 out of 10. Otherwise, I really enjoyed this manga, and I hope to read more works by you all in the future.
This is one of those mangas that I'm unsure as to what the overall should be. Six feels too low, and eight feels too high. Yet seven just doesn't seem to cut it, but I'll settle for seven. Story: Ji Seungwoo finds a cat in a cardboard box (lol, as the title would suggest) in front of his apartment door. In it he finds, no surprise, the cutest cat I have ever seen in my life. He takes care of it and the next morning his cat, Mr. Cat, has transformed into a hot dude. Art: Pretty cute, the characters are really handsome. Although they look kind of weird on the cover. Characters: Okay, I found Mr. Cat lowkey annoying and Ji Seungwoo is just too nice. He took Mr. Cat on a date instead of visiting his friend's sick grandma. Overall: 3.5/5 stars (BTW, this review was made after reading 17 chapters.)
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