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What Is Neko Atsume?
Neko Atsume is a kitty collecting mobile game in which the player puts down food in their garden to attract lots of different cats. When a specific cat visits your garden enough times it will leave you a present called a memento and each one is unique for each cat! The aim of the game is to collect all kitties in your cat book and to collect all mementos from each cat.
Description and Info
Snowball is the cat that you are introduced to in the tutorial of the game. Snowball is probably the easiest cat to collect and will probably the first cat whose memento you will collect.
Description: Solid White
Power Level: 80
Food Attracted to: All food from Thrifty Bitz to Sashimi
Memento: Flowered Collar
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The Goodies Which Attract Snowball
|Balls, Boxes, Baskets & Toys||Beds||Furniture, Tunnels & Misc|
Ball of Yarn
Art Deco Cat Tree
Cushion (Pink, Brown, Yellow & Green)
Rubber Ball (Blue, Red & Yellow)
Bureau with Pot
Egg Bed (Pink & White)
Fluffy Bed (Brown, Pink & White)
Tower of Treats
Two-tier Cat Tree
Hammock (Pink, Woven & Yellow)
Choco Cornet Tunnel
Shopping Box (Small)
Large Cooling Mat
Tunnel (I, T & U Piece)
Cat Macaron (Green & Pink)
Shell Tunnel (Pink & White)
Hot Mat (Small & Large)
Pillow (Green, Purple & Yellow)
Plum Cushion (Pink & Red)
Pile of Leaves
Kick Toy (Bunny)
Silk Crepe Pillow
Tent (Modern Red)
Zebra Grass Gadget
Thick Cooling Pad
I Hope This Guide Has Been Helpful
If there is anything that you feel that I have missed, or anything that you would add to this profile, please do comment below and let me know!
How Long Have You Been Playing Neko Atsume?
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Andrea on January 09, 2017:
I have been playing for about 8 months. I have collected all of the cats. AND VERY EXCITING- just today Snowball was sitting on the brown cushion and moved. He (or she) took paw to face - as if washing. Several times. I showed my girlfriend also so It wasn't just me to see...
When I went to try to capture with a photo, snowball stopped moving, has anyone else noticed this?