The General’s Cat Always Wants To Climb Into My Bed


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When Shen Zhifan awoke, he had become the nation’s male god.

The type of male god that everyone in the world, crying and shouting, wants to marry.

However, because the General (who lives next door) has a fiancee who fell in love with Shen Zhifan, the General absolutely hates him.

Shen Zhifan, who has always thought of the General as his male god, was crushed.

*My Male God has become my rival in love. Every day his ice-cube face looks like he desperately wants to hack me to death.*

*Esteemed General, I don’t even have a sliver of affection for your fiancee. I’ve long given up any hope of love – right now, I just want to get rich.*

Luckily, the General’s cat really likes him, and always wants to……climb into his bed.

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8 Reviews

May 13, 2020
Status: c29

I like this WAY more than I thought I would. The title and summary misled me into thinking it would be a fluffy, easy, light-hearted read. While parts of this novel could definitely be described as such, there's another level of political intrigue and backstory to the plot that makes it so much more interesting.

Summary: the MC gets amnesia and loses 7 years of his memories (in other words the 16 year-old him is currently residing in his 23 year-old body). Though he's always been very beautiful, he's still pleasantly... more>> surprised to have matured into a handsome man, and he's a bit shocked at how wealthy he is. His sister, who he lives with, catches him up to speed on how they went from living on a poor, desolate planet to his success now, which was through competitive mecha fighting. Someone knocks on the door, and surprise, it's the General/ML who the MC idolizes. The MC reacts strangely so the ML gets suspicious and transforms into a cat to get more details. After finding out that the MC has amnesia, the ML, who had always

loved the MC but was unable to express it

takes the opportunity to becomes closer to the MC, who of course is very happy with the attention. However, as MC slowly recollects bits of his memory and the ML becomes more aware of the political schemes occurring within the royal family, things go awry.

As for the translation, the translator is fantastic. Great quality, minimal grammar or English errors, they really deserve a shout-out for their quality. If you're reading this, thank you!

This is subject to change, seeing that I'm only about halfway through this novel, but so far I'm really enjoying myself. The MC is very likeable. He's naive and cute and a total fan boy but not in an annoying way. He's also clever but not some weird genius (except when it comes to handling mechas, but that's a given considering he operated them professionally

and that he's literally put so many years of blood and training into learning them)

and unintentionally funny all the time. His relationship with his sister is plain adorable as well.

And more importantly, I love the ML. This is seriously new territory for me. Usually I read a BL and only end up appreciating the MC and a few side character's, because the ML's generally tend to be boring, 2-faced perfect caricatures of fiction. While this ML does share some of those traits (he is an OP, influential general with a strong family backing and a robust body and handsome face), he feels very human. Maybe it's because a fair portion of the novel is in his POV, but I could just relate to him a lot more. He does shameless things but then also recognizes his actions as shameless (which is a huge plus for me -- nothing is more cringe than when an ML does something embarrassing and he acts like his actions are 100% justified), and his pining is super tangible and sweet. He shows no signs of being the forceful controlling type, and he's very funny

(lmao I love how he doesn't bat an eye when it turns out the MC before he lost his memories was supposed to kill him, but gets super excited and pumped up when Olivia (the fiance) reveals to him that the MC actually doesn't like the Prince Ferdinand, he's just following his orders).


The only thing bad I would have to say about the novel are the abrupt changes in mood. It didn't happen a lot, so definitely don't let this small tidbit discourage you from reading the novel, but here's my two cents. Like I mentioned earlier, this novel has both fluffy moments and indepth plot rich moments. At times, the transition between the two are rather jarring. Ex. There's a chapter when the MC finds his diary and tries to learn more about his past, and in one entry

he's close to death, so he spills his whole heart into the diary. He basically writes a farewell to his sister, assuring her that he actually thinks she's quite cute (a running gag in the story is that she's ugly) and that he hopes she will find love. Then he talks about how he was so indifferent about whether he lived or died, but now that he's on the brink of death, he really really really doesn't want to die. In fact, he literally repeats that statement over and over for a single page, which actually made me cry a little.

It's obviously a dark and serious moment, but then shortly thereafter he spots a stack of magazines featuring the ML and has a lighthearted and comedic gay panic session. I don't mind a novel that can portray multiple tones, but the switch just threw me off a bit while reading.

TL;DR: This novel is great so far, and I'm really enjoying reading. 4.5/5.0 stars <<less
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Not Today
Not Today
Oct 02, 2019
Status: Completed
I've got to be honest I started reading this thinking it would be a fluffy story about misunderstandings between two people that secretly loved each other with an added bonus of the ML turning into a cat. Instead, I'd described this as a sweet novel with serious undertones. Sweet mainly because of the ML & MC's interactions (both in human & cat form) as well as the MC's hilarious bickering dynamic with his sister. While the serious undertones come out when it concerns the things that the MC had forgotten... more>> and what happens in the story once he remembers (political intrigue, traumatic past, etc).

All in all, I really don't have any major complaints about this novel, it started off cute and funny, then as the drama built up and his memories came back it got a bit intense, but then rounded off in a surprisingly delightful way! It's a nice read and I'd definitely recommend! <<less
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Jun 15, 2019
Status: Completed
I expected it to be a fluffy story since there was a cat in it but, it was more than that. There is a political battle ensuing and the two are in midst of that all. Shen Zhifan's identity is at core of it. In order to avoid it for a while, he closed his seven years worth of memories away. Yet he knew he couldn't run away from it, so he set a 'key'. A 'key' he wished for but did not dare to reach for it.

Shen Zhifan's life... more>> story would have led him to death, yet he found a variable. The 'key'.

This novel is immersive and a good read. <<less
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Jan 12, 2020
Status: c22
Honestly, this one was so good I was gonna read a few chapters at the beginning to get a feel for it and ended up reading all of it. MC’s 16 year old self is cute and ML is cool but so secretly head over heels for MC. The hilarity of a respected General transforming into a cat so he can unabashedly feel up and peep on MC (As a cat) never gets old. The true star though, is the surprising amount of political intrigue and depth of the plot.... more>> The small hints and secrets the story drops as you go are surprisingly addicting and before I knew it, I was hooked.

while it’s relatively unknown, please give this a chance. It’s a fantastic story and a shame not many have experienced it. <<less
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HuaHua loves his Dianxia
HuaHua loves
Aug 08, 2020
Status: c18
First of all, the translation is really good and makes the reading experience enjoyable. The story itself is already interesting with some plot setups I can't wait to delve further into. ML is also a bit different from the typical cold, seemingly indifferent type of lead. He's actually got a super cute side that shows early on and we get some insight and hints bit by bit as to why he's like this instead of it simply just being an archetype to foil the silly MC. The undertone towards a... more>> couple of female characters so far keeps me from giving it full stars, but it's still the beginning so I'm hoping it doesn't continue, especially towards MC's sister who is the butt of a ton of being ugly jokes. Cute story so far but foreshadowing seems to point towards some more serious storylines. Interactions between the couple are also funny and endearing and sometimes bittersweet. <<less
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Jul 22, 2020
Status: c31.2

The generals cat is the general! He can turn into a cat, there's no explanation as to how but I don't need one. Unfortunately, that's the only thing I liked about this novel. The MC is 23 but has amnesia (he was hypnotized) and acts like a child. All the schemes the author tried to incorporate into the plot made no sense to me at all and the ML is not staying in character. He's so OOC for 'love' that it's sad.

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Jul 21, 2019
Status: 30.1
CUTE CUTE CUTE hoping there's going to be very ;) ;) teasing scenes hehe. Recommend, and I'm crying for more updates!!

Plot: MC wakes up 7 years in the future as a promising mecha operator, and finds himself as the nation's male God. In the eyes of the public, he stole the fiancee of General Yan, which is the cause of irreconcilable conflicts between them. However, General Yan is actually his personal male god! Fortunately, at least ML's cat likes him... a lot... but whether the beautiful fluffball is just a... more>> cat is another story.

But also if you think it's just fluff it's not actually just fluff, MC had it very very rough and readers follow along with MC as he tries to dig up and reconcile with his past...

There haven't been that many chapters available so I can't review it too well. However, the characters so far are pretty interesting and the author seems to have intentions of making them complex. Not much of the plot has occurred yet, but so far it's intriguing and has a lot of potential. <<less
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Oct 14, 2020
Status: Completed
I can see that the author wanted to be quite ambitious with this story, somehow trying to integrate a deep conspiracy while still sticking to the fluffy outward exterior. Unfortunately, some of the execution did indeed fall short; if you read Priest's novels, they have much more thorough setups.

Nevertheless, this novel stands out for readers who were looking for something tropey and fluffy to end their day -- not everything is what it appears to be on the surface.

If you enjoy a good amnesia trope, established relationship trope, misunderstanding/separation trope,... more>> paired with some kind of national conspiracy and genocide, this is the book for you!


Personally I found the actions of the main characters regarding their misunderstanding to be both a little bit... naive? A little bit too contrived on the part of the author; they both clearly confessed yet couldn't trust each other.

The author wanted to show that they both had baggage from their past that caused them to be unable to trust each other, but it wasn't very convincing in the storyline and rather came out very forced.


The translation is really good and the book is quite humorous despite some of the tragic/heavy topics. <<less
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