Little Friends: Dogs & Cats Will Make Your Nintendo Switch Adorable

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats

There are already plenty of cute critters on the Nintendo Switch but you might want to prepare yourself for an overdose of cat memes and puppy dog eyes this spring. Sold Out, are about to bring their pet simulator, Little Friends: Dogs & Cats, to The Nintendo Switch.

Fans of Nintendo’s Nintendogs or even survivors of the Tamagotchi craze might want to take a look at the brand new batch of critters coming to the Nintendo Switch. Due out later this year, after a successful Japanese launch, Little Friends: Dogs and Cats is a pet simulator that promises to charm you without a hairball in sight. Little Friends: Dogs and Cats allows owners to choose from a variety of puppies and kittens to care for as they introduce a brand new digital dog to their home. Little Friends: Dogs and Cats lets players interact with these critters, playing, feeding, dressing, and caring for your new furry friend, and there are plenty of puppies to choose from. 6 breeds of puppies come pre-loaded, including Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd, and French Bulldog. 3 kittens are also available for more feline friendly gamers to try taming.

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats is far more than just a carousel of cute canine videos, however. Over 600 accessories are available to customize your new best friend and owners are expected to take care of each animal. Pets will be able to interact with their owner, play, eat, drink, unlock brand new toys, and even go for walks. Any Switch owners that manage to get some quality time on the sofa can even dock Little Friends: Dogs & Cats and use the extra screen space to play with up to 3 pets at once.

If you think you can keep Sold Out’s newest addition under control but can’t do with hovering up cat hair then Little Friends: Dogs & Cats will be available in stores and via the Nintendo eshop this spring.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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