Potato the Shiba Inu lost three tennis balls in Little Kitty, Big City, and here's how to get all of them back for a cat hat.
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Where Are the Little Kitty, Big City Tennis Balls

If you backtrack to the neighborhood where the kitty fell in Little Kitty, Big City, you’ll find Potato the Shiba Inu lost a few tennis balls. If you help the dog find them, you’ll get a great cat hat in return.

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Where do I find the tennis balls for Potato in Little Kitty, BIg City?

Either when you first come to this neighborhood area or return to it after exploring the city a bit, a Shiba Inu named Potato will poke out of some bushes to talk to Kitty. After apologizing for barking when the cat fell, Potato explains three special tennis balls disappeared in the kerfuffle. It is then up to you to find out where they are.

Here’s where you’ll find Potato’s house on the map:

So, tennis balls are weird in Little Kitty, Big City! They aren’t items the cat can pick up and carry. You need to bat them toward destinations with your paws and the shoulder buttons. As a result, all three of the ones you need are in Potato’s yard. However, you will need to have eaten at least one fish to to get them all, as one is on the railing of the second floor balcony of the dog’s house. (I had eaten all four fish at the time.)

The first tennis ball is under the bucket on the boxes right next to Potato. Jump onto it, push it over, and you’ll see the rainbow tennis ball. 

The second of the three tennis balls for Potato in Little Kitty, Big City is in the nest in the tree. If you jump up the boxes and items in the yard, you can get on top of the greenhouse. Jump into the nest to knock the ball down. 

The final tennis ball is on the railing of the balcony on the second floor. Jump on items to get back on top of the greenhouse. Climb on the ivy along the wall of the house to reach the railing. Knock the ball down to the ground below. Do not knock it onto the balcony.

Here are screenshots I took showing where all three are:

Once you get them on the ground, knock them into Potato’s hole in the ground with swipes. You’ll be reward with the Shiba Inu cat hat for returning all of the tennis balls to Potato in Little Kitty, Big City.

Little Kitty, Big City is available for the Nintendo Switch , Xbox Series X, and PC. 


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