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Take care of your very own pet Cat! Take your new pet on walks, go on adventures with it, and feed it regularly, so that it grows big and strong! Your pet cat will grow up over time to learn more skills and tricks. Take your Cat on adventures and battle your way through the neighborhood as you fight enemy Cats and Dogs. Compare your cat with others to see how it stacks up!
HOW TO PLAY:
You start the game by choosing a color and a name for your cat. Your cat needs to be fed regularly so that it doesn't go hungry. You can tell it to 'eat something' and it will do just as you say. In addition to needing to eat, your cat also needs exercise. Make sure it goes on adventures and walks daily, otherwise it will get too hyper. Your cat gets full after eating too much and gets tired of playing and walking, but it is always willing to do tricks, sleep, and use the washroom. Your cat will grow over time learning new tricks each time it levels up and can perform these tricks on command.
You will meet up to 5 neighbors in your neighborhood that send you on missions through the streets. There are a total of 9 enemy mice, 9 enemy cats, and 9 enemy dogs that you will have to go through to complete the missions. At the end of each street you will need to defeat the boss enemies.
THINGS YOUR CAT CAN DO:
- Go For Walks
- Use Washroom
- Go on Adventure
TRICKS YOUR CAT CAN LEARN:
- Front Flip
- Back Flip
- Blow Raspberry
- and MUCH MORE
*Your cat can learn up to 30+ NEW TRICKS
Even though cats can be crazy, they make great pets! Take care of your cat over time and it will grow up big and strong.
* Not all activities tire out your cat. There are some things it can do all day long!
* Ask your cat what tricks it knows to see what it can do. The more your cat grows, the more tricks it will learn!
*Feed and walk your cat to level up and prepare it for it's first adventure
*Tell your cat to sleep to regain health so that it can continue to battle enemy cats and dogs