Neko Atsume Cats - All Common and Rare Cats


Screenshot from Neko Atsume, showing a white cat rolling on a mat with a rubber ball

Neko Atsume is a mobile game all about collecting as many feline friends as possible, so our Neko Atsume cats guide is here to help you make sense of it all. The collective kittens have varying levels of rarity, which could make it difficult to know whether you've got a good one or not. Join us in looking at all the cats you can befriend in Neko Atsume.

Our Neko Atsume cats guide will run through all common and rare cats in the game, so you have an exhaustive list of how many cats there are to collect. We'll also go over what you can do with the cats once you have them, as well as how you can get more.

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All Common Neko Atsume Cats

Cat name
Power level
Pickles
0
Apricot
10
Melange
15
Breezy
30
Spooky
35
Tabitha
40
Speckles
40
Cocoa
45
Peaches
45
Pasty
45
Shadow
50
Callie
50
Ginger
60
Chip
60
Sooty
65
Socks
70
Spots
75
Willie
75
Snowball
80
Patches
80
Spud
80
Willow
80
Pumpkin
90
Ganache
90
Maple
99
Lexy
100
Quicksilver
105
Macchiato
115
Sunny
120
Princess
125
Mack
130
Smokey
140
Bolt
140
Rascal
140
Fred
150
Gabriel
150
Gozer
155
Chocola
155
Misty
160
Pepper
165
Marshmallow
170
Bandit
180
Dottie
195
Caramel
205

The following is a list of all the common-level cats available in Neko Atsume. We've also included their relative power level, so you know which cats are the best out of this bunch.

All Rare Neko Atsume Cats

Cat name
Power level
Frosty
5
Ms. Fortune
20
Sapphire
20
Joe DiMeowgio
28
Senor Don Gato
30
Guy Furry
30
Bob the Cat
40
Conductor Whiskers
50
Bengal Jack
66
Xerxes IX
70
Kitty Hawks
100
Lady Meow-Meow
100
Chairman Meow
111
Tubbs
130
Kathmandu
150
Sassy Fran
180
Whiteshadow
195
Hermeowne
200
Jeeves
210
Saint Purrtrick
222
Ramses the Great
230
Mr. Meowgi
250
Billy the Kitten
250

This next set is all of the rare cats available in Neko Atsume. Note that the range of power levels is generally similar to that of the common cats, meaning the rarity is more down to the chances of you encountering these cats than any exclusive abilities they may have.

Screenshot from Neko Atsume, showing a black cat playing with a rubber ball
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What Are Neko Atsume Cats?

If you'll allow us to make an easy comparison, then Neko Atsume isn't too different from the beloved Pokémon games.

In Game Freak's smash franchise, the aim is to catch as many different Pokémon as you can - and that's broadly the case in Neko Atsume, too. Rather than using the cats for any tangible gameplay benefit, like battling or trading, instead your aim is to collect all the cats available in the game.

Therefore, Neko Atsume's Catbook is basically your equivalent to a Pokédex. It'll track how many of the 67 cats you've encountered, as well as the day you first met them.

The only thing you can really do with the cats is take pictures of them, filling up your photo album with images of your feline friends having fun in the game's garden setting. There's no extensive gameplay loop here - instead, Neko Atsume is a laidback collectable cat game with kittens at its heart.

What Is The Best Neko Atsume Cat?

Since there's technically no gameplay benefit to having a Neko Atsume cat, there isn't really a single cat that's 'better' than another. However, there are some cats that are harder to get than others.

The most difficult cat to encounter in Neko Atsume is actually Peaches, who you'll notice is classed as a common cat. This is because Peaches' in-game personality is labelled as cautious and reserved, so it won't be especially forthcoming in appearing. You'll have to try plenty of times before Peaches appears, as it has one of the lowest drop rates in the game.

If you're wondering whether each cat's power level has any bearing on their rarity or likelihood to appear between play sessions, then we've got the answer - it actually doesn't!

The power level stat has no bearing on anything, and could be there just to differentiate between types of cats. Don't worry about trying to get high-level cats, as if you want to complete the Catbook, you'll need to collect them all anyway.

How Do I Get More Neko Atsume Cats?

Collecting cats in Neko Atsume is the entire crux of the gameplay. It's as such quite a straightforward task - though given there's a plethora of cats to collect, there are a lot of ways to adjust the process to grab different kittens.

What you need to do is spend in-game currency on toys and treats. You'll then place them in the yard, and leave the app for a good while to see if they attract any cats.

Food ranges from Deluxe Tuna to basic tinned meals, and you'll want to try them all out to see if they bring new cats to the yard. Combine that with toys, from rubber balls to scratching posts, and you'll find plenty of new cats. As such, it's all down to trial and error as to which Neko Atsume cats you can find. Play with combinations and you'll start filling up that Catbook in no time.

That's it for our Neko Atsume cats guide! We've gone over all the cats available in the game, as well as how to get more, and what function they perform. Armed with this knowledge, you're now ready to go out there and fill your yard with purring feline friends.

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