I'm a librarian who loves anime, manga, and reading a wide variety of genres.
The Yamadas are going to France, and they have a difficult decision to make: should they notify Chi's original owner that they have her, or should they just continue on as they have been?(show spoiler)
I probably wouldn't have minded if this series had gone on to be as massive as Skip Beat! or Naruto, so I was a little sad to have reached this final volume. My expectations were also maybe a bit too high. In the end, I felt this volume was a little too rushed and pushed some of its emotional buttons a bit too hard.
I cried during the bit with Chi's mom. Thank goodness Kanata didn't kill her off, but
I still love Chi, I'm glad she got to meet her mother and siblings, and I'm glad
, but I prefer the earlier volumes in the series that were just about a cute kitten doing cute things while her first-time cat owners watch.
(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)