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Let's Meow Meow!

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10/26/2004

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Let's Meow Meow! review

Reviewed March 06, 2005

woodhouse says: "Obsession is a blinding force. Ibuki Takao’s infatuation is particularly consuming, given that it’s one of a sexual nature. He simply cannot resist a catgirl. The fixation even manifests itself in his everyday behavior; he projects his love of these fictional creatures onto their existing counterparts by feeding strays at the park. Little did he know how these efforts would be rewarded. In a dreamy haze, the Cat God appears and grants Ibuki a single wish. Without hesitation, he screams his ..."
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