Neko Atsume Rare Cats Guide – Collect All Cats!
All cats in Neko Atsume are special to a certain degree, but in our Neko Atsume rare cats guide we will be showing you how to find all of the insanely adorable rare cats.
Read our Neko Atsume rare cats guide on all the rare cats in Neko Atsume, how to get them and what to look out for when collecting these rare cats!
Joe DiMeowgio is a baseball playing rare cats who will arrive when you have a baseball in your yard, regardless of food. Joe DiMeowgio is a super cute kitty that has a power level of 28 and wears an outfit based on that of the Hanshin Tigers. Joe DiMeowgio’s memento is a signed baseball.
Definitely the most regal amongst the rare cats, Xerxes IX is a Persian cat who arrives in your yard wearing a fancy shawl and basically judges everyone. To get Xerxes IX to visit, put a high-quality cushion such as the Royal bed or Zanzibar Cushion out and he should arrive. Weirdly, Xerxes IX has no food preferences and his memento is Pretty Stones. Xerxes IX’s power level is 70, and unsurprisingly his personality is Regal. Bow down!
Chairman Meow appears to be playing a game of ‘army men’ with his pot helmet, ladle and camouflage fur pattern. Chairman Meow will visit when you have the Earthenware Pot, but also will visit the Sunken Fireplace (even if other cats are using it). Chairman Meow leaves a dog tag behind as his memento, and his power level is 111.
Living up to her namesake, Ms. Fortune resembles a Japanese ‘lucky cat’. Ms. Fortune will require a fancy cardboard house before she visits, but she can leave more fish than any other cat so it’s definitely worth it! Once the fancy cardboard house is up, Ms. Fortune will eat anything. She has a power level of 20, and will leave an Oval Coin behind as a thank you.
Bob the Cat
This cute rare cat will arrive when you have the Cat Metropolis. Bob the Cat’s appearance is based on a bobcat, hence the name. Bob the Cat will leave you an Antique Compass and his power level is 40.
Possibly the most adorable name out of all the cats in Neko Atsume, Conductor Whiskers just wants to play with trains. She will arrive when you have the Twisty Rail or Cardboard Choo Choo set up, and possesses a vigilant personality. Conductor Whiskers will leave you a Hand-Written Ticket as a memento, although we are not quite sure how she wrote that with paws. She will eat anything, and her power level is 50.
Tubbs isn’t fussy, he knows what he wants and that is FOOD. He will appear to eat the food in the bowl and you will find him sprawled out on the floor in front of it. If you have an expanded yard, Tubbs will not go inside the house to eat, but will be happy to go in if you have a Giant Cushion. Tubbs is a Finicky Feaster with a power level of 130 and Tubbs’ memento is Fish Jerky.
Tip: Do not refill the food when Tubbs has finished eating, if he leaves on his own he will leave you more fish!
This serious trainer will arrive in your yard when you have either a Scratching Log or Sakura Pillow. Mr. Meowgi does not care what he eats as he prefers to focus on his training. Mr. Meowgi has a mentoring personality, and a power level of 250. Mr. Meowgi will leave an Odd Wooden Charm as a memento.
Lady Meow-Meow is a diva kitty with expensive taste. She will only visit when you have the Luxurious Hammock, and will eat anything except Thrifty Bits. She has a power level of 100 and leaves you some Novelty Sunglasses when she jets off.
Guy Furry will come to your yard when you have the stove or glass flower vase are out. This rare cat will eat anything for the Glass Vase, but if he is there for the Space Heater he will not eat thrifty bits. Guy Furry’s power level is 30, and he will leave you a Custom Rolling as a memento.