Manga author Kaoru Fukaya announced a television anime adaptation for her Yomawari Neko manga on her official Twitter on Tuesday.

Fukaya began drawing the short slice of life manga on her Twitter account in October 2015. The manga was later serialized in Kadokawa’s ComicWalker from February 2016 to July 2016. Kodansha continued serializing the manga on their Moae platform from March 2017 until October 14 before moving to the blog of Comic Days on October 17. Kadokawa initially shipped the first volume in June 2016. Kodansha re-released the first volume in March 2017 and continued publishing the following volumes. The ninth volume shipped on November 22.

Yomawari Neko won the Short Work Prize at the 21st Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in 2017. The manga has over 630,000 cumulative copies in circulation.

The story of a cat who’s drawn to the scent of tears and goes to those who are crying in an attempt to comfort or encourage them. (Source: MU)

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Source: Comic Natalie

Yomawari Neko on MAL

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