Nintendogs + Cats-style Switch Pet Game Little Friends: Dogs & Cats Comes Westward On May 28

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We learned last month that Imagineer’s upcoming pet game Little Friends: Dogs & Cats, which is a lot like Nintendogs + Cats, is getting an English release. Publisher Sold Out announced that it is coming West this May.


For those of you who aren’t familiar with the pet-raising game, you start out by choosing from a variety of kittens and puppies, and from there you get to dress them up and enjoy different situations. From there you’ll get to learn more about your pets, feed them their favorite food, get new toys to play with, go on walks, participate in flying disc events, and more.


Below are more details on the game’s key features:

  • Meet your new best friend! – Choose from 6 breeds of puppy and 3 cute kittens, including Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd and French Bulldog. Give your new friend a name, care for them and develop a bond with them. Lifelike animations help bring your little friends to life.
  • Play with them! – Use the Nintendo Switch touch screen to pet your new friend, or take your puppy pal out on walks to keep them as happy as you can. Play ball, practice for the flying disc tournament, and unlock new toys as you play. Play with up to 3 pets at the same time, or use the hotel to keep up to 12 furry friends.
  • Get to know them! – Learn what your pet prefers to play and feed them their favourite food. With hundreds of lifelike personality traits, getting to know what each pet prefers is important for bonding with your little friend.
  • Dress up! – Choose from over 600 stylish accessories to dress up your new companion. Once they’re ready, take screenshots to remember their amazing outfits.


Little Friends: Dogs & Cats releases for Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe on May 28, 2019.

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