Review for With a Dog AND a Cat, Every Day is Fun, Volume 1

Review for With a Dog AND a Cat, Every Day is Fun, Volume 1

Hidekichi Matsumoto, Yellow, Fridge, Dog, Cat, Manga, Non-fiction, Humour, Funny, Pets, Daily Life, With a Dog AND a Cat Every Day is Fun, volume 1I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

A cute and hilarious manga about the artist’s cat, Neko, and her dog, Inu. The names alone had me in stitches.

It took a while before I could read it. My Kindle needs to convert things and that just messed it all up, my Kindle doesn’t like manga it seems. In the end I read it on my tablet, not the best for my eyes, but the only option. 🙂 I was already worried I may not be able to read it, and I really wanted to read this book.

This one is about the artist’s pets and her daily life with them. She has a dog and a cat and she tells us in short comics how her life is with these two. From trying to work with a hyper dog and a cat that loves the warmth of her laptop. How her dog is totally enthusiastic (so very enthusiastic) and loves her and shows her that all the time. And how her cat… well he is a typical cat. But he loves her in his own special grumpy way. 😛
I laughed so so much reading her stories about her pets. I am definitely a big fan of her dog, he is just so bouncy and hyper, never letting anything get in the way or make his happiness go away.

I had a lot of fun reading this one, it was just what I needed. I laughed, I giggled, and rolled my eyes a bit at that grumpy cat Neko.

While we read we get photographs of both pets, and I just had a laugh how different the cat is in real life. The dog is pretty much the same, but the cat looks way sweeter in real life (then again, appearances can be deceiving). I definitely love that they were added, it just gave the story something extra.

The art was OK.

All in all, I need more volumes in this series. I need to see what is next in the daily lives with these pets.

Star rating, 4.5 stars

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