There was also another bonus piece included, but I didn’t like it quite as much. It’s billed as being a report from Chi, giving readers a guide of Paris after the series began publishing in France. Basically, someone took a Chi plus toy and photographed the toy at various locations in Paris. I personally thought this looked rather silly, and didn’t truly add anything to the reading experience.
The stories themselves, as well as the storytelling used in this volume, are what readers have come to expect from Chi’s Sweet Home. It continues to be a quick and enjoyable read, and Chi comes across more like the cute kitten readers have come to expect, instead of the more mischievous kitten that was the focus of Volume Six.
Chi’s Sweet Home is a manga series that appeals to both younger readers and to readers who like cats.