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Serving up more than just coffee and tea, Cat’s Café  provides its cast of adorable characters a gentle, supportive space and a hefty serving of the warm and floofies. Welcome to Cat’s Café, a neighborhood coffee shop where all are welcome! Based on the popular webcomic, Cat’s Café introduces readers to the adorable denizens of this world. There's Penguin, who has a bit Serving up more than just coffee and tea, Cat’s Café  provides its cast of adorable characters a gentle, supportive space and a hefty serving of the warm and floofies. Welcome to Cat’s Café, a neighborhood coffee shop where all are welcome! Based on the popular webcomic, Cat’s Café introduces readers to the adorable denizens of this world. There's Penguin, who has a bit of a coffee problem; Rabbit, whose anxiety sometimes overwhelms him; Axolotl, whose confidence inspires his friends; the always-supportive Cat, who provides hot drinks made with love and a supportive ear for anyone's troubles; and many, many more. With a sensitive take on real issues and a gentle, positive outlook, Cat’s Café is about the power of acceptance, friendship, and love ... and delicious cups of coffee.


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Serving up more than just coffee and tea, Cat’s Café  provides its cast of adorable characters a gentle, supportive space and a hefty serving of the warm and floofies. Welcome to Cat’s Café, a neighborhood coffee shop where all are welcome! Based on the popular webcomic, Cat’s Café introduces readers to the adorable denizens of this world. There's Penguin, who has a bit Serving up more than just coffee and tea, Cat’s Café  provides its cast of adorable characters a gentle, supportive space and a hefty serving of the warm and floofies. Welcome to Cat’s Café, a neighborhood coffee shop where all are welcome! Based on the popular webcomic, Cat’s Café introduces readers to the adorable denizens of this world. There's Penguin, who has a bit of a coffee problem; Rabbit, whose anxiety sometimes overwhelms him; Axolotl, whose confidence inspires his friends; the always-supportive Cat, who provides hot drinks made with love and a supportive ear for anyone's troubles; and many, many more. With a sensitive take on real issues and a gentle, positive outlook, Cat’s Café is about the power of acceptance, friendship, and love ... and delicious cups of coffee.

30 review for Cat's Cafe: A Comics Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Boston

    This was the perfect pick-me-up read for me. Wholesomeness dripped from every page and I found myself smiling or giggling at some of the characters (Penguin is my favorite, naturally). Super cute and a great light-hearted read. *I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emma☀️

    4.5 stars! So so pure and wholesome! I’ve been a fan of the webcomic for quite some time now and when I saw there is going to be a physical copy available, I rejoiced. Cat’s Cafe is such a feel-good comic that will put a smile on your face when you’re feeling down. I loved following the adventures of all the animals, especially how Cat interacts with all their friends. The comic also touches on serious topics such as anxiety and insecurity, and I found that very well-handled. I loved this comic and 4.5 stars! So so pure and wholesome! I’ve been a fan of the webcomic for quite some time now and when I saw there is going to be a physical copy available, I rejoiced. Cat’s Cafe is such a feel-good comic that will put a smile on your face when you’re feeling down. I loved following the adventures of all the animals, especially how Cat interacts with all their friends. The comic also touches on serious topics such as anxiety and insecurity, and I found that very well-handled. I loved this comic and will definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a pick-me-up! ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    oh, the warm fuzzy feeling... At first, I thought it is a bunch of cute, cuddly, kind of silly cartoons But sometimes it digs a little deeper and I would start doing self-association and chocking with emotion Again, warm fuzzy feeling with cute characters oh, the warm fuzzy feeling... At first, I thought it is a bunch of cute, cuddly, kind of silly cartoons But sometimes it digs a little deeper and I would start doing self-association and chocking with emotion Again, warm fuzzy feeling with cute characters

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sue Em

    A compilation of the popular web comic where the Cat's Cafe is a safe space with sweet affirmations. I had never read any of the comics before reading this compilation. Definitely not uproariously funny, but plenty of the cartoons have positive messages presented in a colorful way with a cast of regular characters (cats, dinosaur and penguin among others) who inhabit (visit) the cafe. I imagine this would be well used with elementary school children to discuss the messages. Thanks to netgalley a A compilation of the popular web comic where the Cat's Cafe is a safe space with sweet affirmations. I had never read any of the comics before reading this compilation. Definitely not uproariously funny, but plenty of the cartoons have positive messages presented in a colorful way with a cast of regular characters (cats, dinosaur and penguin among others) who inhabit (visit) the cafe. I imagine this would be well used with elementary school children to discuss the messages. Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    A sweet, delightful, heart-warming collection of the beloved webcomics introducing everyone to a warm and fuzzy cast of animals dealing with life in a variety of ways. Some of these are stunningly powerful, while others are just funny. I dug the kiwi rhymes and the whale's perception of the world in particular. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/ A sweet, delightful, heart-warming collection of the beloved webcomics introducing everyone to a warm and fuzzy cast of animals dealing with life in a variety of ways. Some of these are stunningly powerful, while others are just funny. I dug the kiwi rhymes and the whale's perception of the world in particular. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  6. 5 out of 5

    Madara

    I've been following Matt Tarpley on Instagram (@catccafecomics) for about a month now and his work has kept me sane during the lockdown. Cat's Cafe: A Comics Collection is a series of really sweet and wholesome comics. Here we have a penguin who has a coffee problem, anxious rabbit, supportive cat and so many more! Even if the comics may seem a bit silly at first, they are really relatable and sweet. We all have a friend that has to have 5 cups of coffee just to function, we all have a friend th I've been following Matt Tarpley on Instagram (@catccafecomics) for about a month now and his work has kept me sane during the lockdown. Cat's Cafe: A Comics Collection is a series of really sweet and wholesome comics. Here we have a penguin who has a coffee problem, anxious rabbit, supportive cat and so many more! Even if the comics may seem a bit silly at first, they are really relatable and sweet. We all have a friend that has to have 5 cups of coffee just to function, we all have a friend that's supportive no matter what. We all feel anxious sometimes and these comics are a great reminder to breathe and have a laugh from time to time. Review copy provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marjolein

    Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com This adorable little collection of comics was just what I needed to get me through the COVID-19 isolation. With the solitude weighing in, I found the bright colors and friendly and supportive animals felt just right. While some of the comics are very light, joking about coffee addiction and the stories in the Café from the title, many were also deeper, touching on important topics like mental health and solitude, which, once again, felt Read all my reviews on http://urlphantomhive.booklikes.com This adorable little collection of comics was just what I needed to get me through the COVID-19 isolation. With the solitude weighing in, I found the bright colors and friendly and supportive animals felt just right. While some of the comics are very light, joking about coffee addiction and the stories in the Café from the title, many were also deeper, touching on important topics like mental health and solitude, which, once again, felt very timely. Lastly, the Kiwi reminded me of Woodstock. Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karen (thefictioncorner)

    Cat’s Cafe is heartwarming and so so cute. At first, I thought this was just a cutesy feel-good type of book, but if you look closer, you can definitely start to see yourself in some of the animals and everything starts to have a deeper meaning. I personally related to the rabbit lol because of how anxious it was to do everything correctly while trying to be social. I loved all of the different characters and their personalities. Personally, my favorite was penguin and its love for coffee haha. I Cat’s Cafe is heartwarming and so so cute. At first, I thought this was just a cutesy feel-good type of book, but if you look closer, you can definitely start to see yourself in some of the animals and everything starts to have a deeper meaning. I personally related to the rabbit lol because of how anxious it was to do everything correctly while trying to be social. I loved all of the different characters and their personalities. Personally, my favorite was penguin and its love for coffee haha. I received a copy from Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Caro

    Thank you to Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange for an honest review! All images are taken from the Arc. CW's: Anxiety, Depression Representation 🌷 Characters with anxiety & depression 💗 Read this Review on my Blog 💗 I didn't think that I would be crying over cute animal comics, yet here we are 😭 I picked up Cat's Café because I was in the mood for a nice comic to read in one sitting but I hadn't anticipated how much I would end up loving Thank you to Netgalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange for an honest review! All images are taken from the Arc. CW's: Anxiety, Depression Representation 🌷 Characters with anxiety & depression 💗 Read this Review on my Blog 💗 I didn't think that I would be crying over cute animal comics, yet here we are 😭 I picked up Cat's Café because I was in the mood for a nice comic to read in one sitting but I hadn't anticipated how much I would end up loving it! I fell head over heels in love with the story and quickly got deeply emotionally attached to the journey of all the animals 🥰 I hadn't even known that this was originally a webcomic, so I went into the story completely blind and was surprised that I loved it so much - so now I'll definitely keep an eye on the webcomic for sure. Please someone take me out of this reality and into the magical Cat Café!! 🐱 The story centers around the Cat's Café, set in an animal town, and follows the resident's everyday adventures! ➽ The whole setup was amazing as I quickly fell in love with the Café led by Cat (all animals are called by their species name) and how it was a safe space for all the other animals living in the town and a way for them to connect with each other. The sense of community and friendship was warming my heart, as everyone is trying to help each other out and there for support if needed. Reading the book made me want to travel to the Café myself to enjoy a hot cup of coffee with Cat and her friends 😥 The setting just feels so cozy and combines two of my favorite things ever: coffee and cute animals. I loved all the characters so much ➽ As the collection goes on we get to know several animals that frequent the coffee shop and what their daily life looks like. I loved getting these little slice of life moments, as the comic itself doesn't have a big overarching storyline. However, the animals have their own emotional, personal journeys so I didn't mind that there wasn't a big plotline. I was content to follow the animals from day to day and apart from that, we did get some themes, like different seasons. I loved Cat the most, as they always tried to make everyone comfortable and poured their heart and soul into making the coffee shop a meeting space for all the fellow animals. I also really related to Rabbit, as they were very anxious and overwhelmed with a new situation yet bravely took on the job as a new barista. There were so many more amazing animal characters like the coffee addicted Penguin, the insecure Snake who dreams of becoming more and Owl who loves knowledge. I began to care greatly for all of them, especially as there was a big emphasis on friendship and making sure no one felt alone! 💕 I loved the wholesome and positive messages about mental health and self-care! ➽ The general story tone was amazing, it was part funny and witty, part positive and encouraging, and also part sad but honest. I loved how the story talked about what living with anxiety and depression felt like and how it can be difficult to accept help even though your friends are there to support you. I especially related to the worry and existential dread that Rabbit went through. I loved how the creator included mental health representation in this wholesome comic. There was so much focus on believing in yourself and taking care of your mind and body, even though it sometimes can be hard. All the messages felt so genuine and came across as encouraging and honest 😭💗 Some positive messages from the book 🌸💗 IN CONCLUSION.Cat's Café is an incredibly wholesome and positive comic collection set at a lovely café in an animal town following the adventures of the residents. I loved how it touched upon friendship, mental health, and believing in yourself - all the messages felt genuine and therefore had a big impact on me! If you need a comforting read definitely check out this comic 😍 You can find me here 💖 Book Blog | Twitter | Be my friend on GR!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    SUCH WHOLESOME CONTENT

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy Layton

    I've been a fan of Cat's Cafe since my barista friend introduced me to Tarpley's instagram a few months ago.  After having seen his adorable, uplifting, and hilarious 4-8 panel comics, I knew I had to download this from NetGalley!  And what a great decision it was, because Tarpley's comics are just adorable.  From Cat's Cafe's beginning to the friendships all the characters have made, this comic collection makes for both a creative and sweet outlook on what it means to not only be a barista, but I've been a fan of Cat's Cafe since my barista friend introduced me to Tarpley's instagram a few months ago.  After having seen his adorable, uplifting, and hilarious 4-8 panel comics, I knew I had to download this from NetGalley!  And what a great decision it was, because Tarpley's comics are just adorable.  From Cat's Cafe's beginning to the friendships all the characters have made, this comic collection makes for both a creative and sweet outlook on what it means to not only be a barista, but to be a part of a community. Love love love!   Review cross-listed here!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Erica

    Such a wonderful, wonderful comic this is! Cat's Café isn't just super cute, it's also wise and inspiring. I'd say that this is close to the perfect how-to-guide for self-acceptance for both children and adults alike. Adorable drawings, fun and clever "plots" for each of the comic strips. Just lovely and brilliant! Such a wonderful, wonderful comic this is! Cat's Café isn't just super cute, it's also wise and inspiring. I'd say that this is close to the perfect how-to-guide for self-acceptance for both children and adults alike. Adorable drawings, fun and clever "plots" for each of the comic strips. Just lovely and brilliant!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Radwa

    This was so wholesome and cute, and I kept smiling throughout reading it. It's a reassuring book for anxiety and depression and feeling you're alone or not good enough, despite it's cutesy style, it helps make them all go away. Through the cat cafe owned by Cat and the help of Rabbit, they meet different animals, each one of them deals with a different type of anxiety and we see how they deal with it in these interconnected comic strips. I'm thankful for netgalley for the digital arc, and I'd defi This was so wholesome and cute, and I kept smiling throughout reading it. It's a reassuring book for anxiety and depression and feeling you're alone or not good enough, despite it's cutesy style, it helps make them all go away. Through the cat cafe owned by Cat and the help of Rabbit, they meet different animals, each one of them deals with a different type of anxiety and we see how they deal with it in these interconnected comic strips. I'm thankful for netgalley for the digital arc, and I'd definitely read it again if I needed a pick-me-up!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    2,5/5. Another web comic cartoon style. «Funny» in a very light way, the kinds of thing at which I will smile while reading it on the Internet, but buying and reading an entire book of it... well that's another thing. Not much for me! 2,5/5. Another web comic cartoon style. «Funny» in a very light way, the kinds of thing at which I will smile while reading it on the Internet, but buying and reading an entire book of it... well that's another thing. Not much for me!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    You are getting exactly what you think you are getting with this little book: an utterly adorable, sweet read for everyone, especially those who are fans of Animal Crossing and Winnie the Pooh. Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    I was gifted this for Christmas because I enjoy the relatable comics of Sarah Andersen and Nathan W. Pyle, and wholesome cartoons like Bob's Burgers and Adventure Time. The drawings were cute, as was the core idea/intention (which is why I'm rounding up to two stars), but it really wasn't for me. Cat's Café is incredibly saccharine and the storylines (if they can even be called that) are rather pointless and not very inventive—maybe an elementary-school-aged child would enjoy it, and these would I was gifted this for Christmas because I enjoy the relatable comics of Sarah Andersen and Nathan W. Pyle, and wholesome cartoons like Bob's Burgers and Adventure Time. The drawings were cute, as was the core idea/intention (which is why I'm rounding up to two stars), but it really wasn't for me. Cat's Café is incredibly saccharine and the storylines (if they can even be called that) are rather pointless and not very inventive—maybe an elementary-school-aged child would enjoy it, and these would be well-suited as jumping-off points to discuss some important messages about acceptance, but for an adult? Eh. A teenager would more than likely scoff at them. The premise is a cat who runs a coffee shop as a safe community space for other animals—there's an anxious rabbit prone to panic attacks, a coffee-addicted penguin, an insecure gator with low self-esteem, a deaf fox, a bear with seasonal depression... and the barista cat provides a supportive ear and drinks for everyone. Maybe I'm the wrong audience for this, but these didn't give me the "warm and floofies". It's entirely too cutesy and full of ultimately laughable affirmations for my taste; when there was meant to be an incorporated joke, it didn't land, and I didn't find anything memorable collected here. Overall I felt like it was trying way too hard to be wholesome and inclusive, in an unbearably twee way.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Samantha W.

    Ohhhhhh myyyyyy gossssssssshhhhhh. This was perfect and adorable and I'm full of warm and fuzzies. Ohhhhhh myyyyyy gossssssssshhhhhh. This was perfect and adorable and I'm full of warm and fuzzies.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Briar's Reviews

    Comics AND cats. It's like this book was made for me! There isn't much more that gets me this excited and feeling like a child again! This adorable comic collection by Matt Tarpley is lovely! It's the type of book you sit down with a cup of tea and a blanket and just feel good with. The illustrations are simplistic, but it only adds to the fun and nostalgia of this book. It gave me childhood cartoon vibes (but easily enjoyable by an adult audience)! The stories are sweet, short and highly amusing Comics AND cats. It's like this book was made for me! There isn't much more that gets me this excited and feeling like a child again! This adorable comic collection by Matt Tarpley is lovely! It's the type of book you sit down with a cup of tea and a blanket and just feel good with. The illustrations are simplistic, but it only adds to the fun and nostalgia of this book. It gave me childhood cartoon vibes (but easily enjoyable by an adult audience)! The stories are sweet, short and highly amusing, leaving me giggling along the way. Honestly, it's the kind of positivity the world needs right now: funny cats. Overall, this book is so lovely! It's silly, goofy, cute and fantastic. It's easy and quick to read, and will be enjoyed by kids and adults alike! Four out of five stars. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrew McNeels Publishing for providing me a free copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Gentle, kind, funny, and so comforting to read. I read a library copy but will definitely be buying my own copy for re-reads! And I wish I could visit that café myself.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Delightful and adorable

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    4.5 ⭐️ So adorable, I loved this! 4.5 ⭐️ So adorable, I loved this!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Rae Reads

    Thanks to Netgalley & Andrews McMeel Publishing for granting me with an eARC copy! Oh my golly gosh this book was SO adorable!! The art style was wonderful, I wanted to hug all the animals, they're the freaking cutest. I loved how it was funny and relatable it was but also taught to teach some valuable life lessons and give advice. I loved how it dealt with mental illness and the structure. I loved all the coffee and the cafe element. Ughhh just so great and I'm very glad I read this one. Definit Thanks to Netgalley & Andrews McMeel Publishing for granting me with an eARC copy! Oh my golly gosh this book was SO adorable!! The art style was wonderful, I wanted to hug all the animals, they're the freaking cutest. I loved how it was funny and relatable it was but also taught to teach some valuable life lessons and give advice. I loved how it dealt with mental illness and the structure. I loved all the coffee and the cafe element. Ughhh just so great and I'm very glad I read this one. Definitely a graphic novel you won't want to miss!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Panda Incognito

    This book is a collection of cute animal webcomics. People who like cats, coffee, and inspirational encouragements are the best audience for this book, but it has a whole range of different animal characters, so people who are not cat fans shouldn't be turned away. These comics feature a whole menagerie of different animals, and even though the coffee shop is a major setting and gathering place, many of the comics are also set in other locations. Some of my favorites involved a whale in the ocea This book is a collection of cute animal webcomics. People who like cats, coffee, and inspirational encouragements are the best audience for this book, but it has a whole range of different animal characters, so people who are not cat fans shouldn't be turned away. These comics feature a whole menagerie of different animals, and even though the coffee shop is a major setting and gathering place, many of the comics are also set in other locations. Some of my favorites involved a whale in the ocean. This is a very wholesome and sweet book, and it is completely appropriate for children as well as adults. I expect that adults will appreciate the messages about coping with stress and identity issues more than children, but the book is completely free of any objectionable content, and is cute and appealing for all ages. However, this book isn't particularly funny, and I was hoping for more. A few comics made me chuckle, but for the most part, it is just cute, gentle, and reassuring, not going for major laugh lines. I would have enjoyed this more if there had been more witty dialogue and situational humor in the comics, but I enjoyed it regardless, especially like the penguin and gator characters, and expect that most people will find this very charming and cute. I received an advance copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nostalgia Reader

    I randomly stumbled across Cat's Cafe comics on the interwebs and fell in love with the adorable critters and their friendships. I am not one for positive platitudes and motivational witticisms, but there's something about the presentation in this comic that just makes me so happy-sad. Each critter has their own mental health issue, but their friends are always there to help them feel better, whether it's cheering them up, making them coffee, or just crying with them, with no judgement--just lots I randomly stumbled across Cat's Cafe comics on the interwebs and fell in love with the adorable critters and their friendships. I am not one for positive platitudes and motivational witticisms, but there's something about the presentation in this comic that just makes me so happy-sad. Each critter has their own mental health issue, but their friends are always there to help them feel better, whether it's cheering them up, making them coffee, or just crying with them, with no judgement--just lots of coffee. If only society was more like anthropomorphic animal worlds! This is a must read for anyone who loves cute animal comics in general, and who needs to have a book they can dip into from time to time for some cute-therapy and some positive wisdom. Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a free copy to review! (Cross posted on my blog.)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hope Genty

    This series of webcomics is a heartwarming take on our dependencies on coffee and how we can support each other going through our mental health struggles. The art is adorable, which adds to the heartwarming nature of the book. Each page acts as a single page comic panel, but throughout the book, there are connecting storylines with some characters. Some panels ask you to examine your own mental health as well. There is a recurring cast of animals, most of which ends up having a few panels specif This series of webcomics is a heartwarming take on our dependencies on coffee and how we can support each other going through our mental health struggles. The art is adorable, which adds to the heartwarming nature of the book. Each page acts as a single page comic panel, but throughout the book, there are connecting storylines with some characters. Some panels ask you to examine your own mental health as well. There is a recurring cast of animals, most of which ends up having a few panels specifically on them. Overall, this book is really cute and something that I may read once or gift to a friend.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Margarida (mbooksbycandlelight)

    I was expecting a cutesy fun book, but this just blew me away. It was so absolutely adorable, I can’t even. The drawings and character design were pretty simple, the colors even more so, and yet they complemented the story beautifully. I loved how all the characters were dealing with their own lives and issues, but still strived to be better and happier every day. My favorite was probably Kiwi because of his rhymes. I laughed a lot throughout this book and I definitely recommend it if you need a I was expecting a cutesy fun book, but this just blew me away. It was so absolutely adorable, I can’t even. The drawings and character design were pretty simple, the colors even more so, and yet they complemented the story beautifully. I loved how all the characters were dealing with their own lives and issues, but still strived to be better and happier every day. My favorite was probably Kiwi because of his rhymes. I laughed a lot throughout this book and I definitely recommend it if you need a pick-me-up or are just in the mood for a feel-good comic. I received an eArk via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I received an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley for review purposes. This in no way influences my review; all words, thoughts, and opinions are my own. This is utterly precious!! Each of the animals have thighs going on that sometimes make getting through the day harder, but they’ve got support from one another and are making steps to handle anxiety, depression, and self depreciating thoughts. This is so cute and the art is adorable, plus the way it handles different mental illness an I received an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley for review purposes. This in no way influences my review; all words, thoughts, and opinions are my own. This is utterly precious!! Each of the animals have thighs going on that sometimes make getting through the day harder, but they’ve got support from one another and are making steps to handle anxiety, depression, and self depreciating thoughts. This is so cute and the art is adorable, plus the way it handles different mental illness and coping strategies was so gentle to read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Irena

    *I received a review copy by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read this now it's April 2020, a terrible period of the year. This book is so precious and cute. It feels so warm in my heart, and I forgot the real life for just a second. I wish there is merch for this,tote bags, t-shirts and plushies because I would buy everything with these adorable characters. *I received a review copy by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I've read this now it's April 2020, a terrible period of the year. This book is so precious and cute. It feels so warm in my heart, and I forgot the real life for just a second. I wish there is merch for this,tote bags, t-shirts and plushies because I would buy everything with these adorable characters.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Beatriz

    I received an advanced reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley. Cat's Cafe is such cute book, it's so wholesome and pure. The illustrations are just so cute and on point. I honestly have no words to describe this amazing book. I totally recommend it to everyone. Rating: 4/5 stars. I received an advanced reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley. Cat's Cafe is such cute book, it's so wholesome and pure. The illustrations are just so cute and on point. I honestly have no words to describe this amazing book. I totally recommend it to everyone. Rating: 4/5 stars.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dichotomy Girl

    I feel bad rating this low, when the reason that I didn't like it was it was too cutesy and wholesome. It makes me feel like I must dark and cynical inside. Truthfully, I think I just like a bit more snark in my humor collections. I feel bad rating this low, when the reason that I didn't like it was it was too cutesy and wholesome. It makes me feel like I must dark and cynical inside. Truthfully, I think I just like a bit more snark in my humor collections.

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