You Don’t Know What You’ve Got ‘Til It’s Gone

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My Roommate is a Cat Episode 12 Review

The wild storm rages and Subaru is forced to take the train back home. Meanwhile he calls his friend to go and check on Haru. Alas, Haru escapes the house in a desperate attempt to find the strangely missing Subaru and so the search for Haru begins.

It is such a fitting final episode really to My Roommate is a Cat. With Subaru visiting the grave where the story began and he met Haru in the first place during his search, there’s a sense we’ve come full circle and yet we can also see how far Subaru has come as a character in the time we’ve spent with them. We also bring all the minor characters in on the search.

My favourite point was when Subaru was being rescued from the puddle and much like the child-Subaru was more concerned with saving his book from the water, adult-Subaru ensures Haru is lifted clear first. It is a touching and adorable moment made only cuter by the quiet moments once the two characters return to the house.

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I very much look forward to writing a full review of this one and Subaru and Haru are adorable as roommates and hopefully one day they’ll continue to have adventures together but if not this is certainly a nice place to leave the two.

My Roommate is a Cat Episode 12 - Haru and Subaru

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8 thoughts on “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got ‘Til It’s Gone

    1. I wasn’t expecting much from it based on the set up but I ended up really having fun each week with this one. It isn’t without its flaws, but it certainly managed to be consistently entertaining and overall fairly charming.

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        1. Poor kitty.
          I can’t really emphasise too much given my kitty loves water and sprinklers. They summon birds to the yard so my cat associates getting sprayed by the hose with play time and the potential of a good hunt. It also means she happily stands under taps in sinks or in showers.

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