“ Sometimes cats will leave behind mementos for you to view and treasure. You'll need to become good friends with a Cat before it will give you a memento. No need to pet or poke your cats or anything. Just keep giving them tasty snacks and they'll bring you their mementos when they're ready. ”
- Neko Atsume, How to Play
What is a Memento?
According to the original game's info, a
Memento is a proof that we have become a cat's friend.
After a particular Cat visits multiple times and if you leave delicious treats, it may reward the player with a gift, a treasure. Each cat has a different one!
The obtaining of the Memento is preceded by a special event: when the player opens the
Neko Atsume app, the screen is suddenly dimmed out and a cat will walk in the middle of it, or simply appear in the middle in the case of Rare Cats, giving the player its personal gift.
Once a Memento is received, you can view it by tapping the cat from which it was received. Each Memento is stored in the Mementos tab, in the
Mementos are totally random. The player can get one after a few visits, or even after more than 100 visits.
A small collar with a flower print pattern.
A soft brush for fur.
Something to wear at evening events.
The cast-off skin from a molting cicada.
An acorn with a shiny shell.
A lovely drop earring with a small seashell.
They make rattling noises when you shake them.
The matches are too damp to light.
Teaser Toy Tip
A trophy from a hard-fought battle?
A ticket for a store raffle.
A bookmark made from a purple pressed flower.
Dirty Toy Animal
Small, handmade mittens.
A gently used small stuffed penguin.
A small, pungent board that once held fish sticks.
An hourglass filled with blue sand.
Used Hand Warmer
A disposable hand warmer that’s already been used.
A small bell that does not ring.
A small, sturdy mirror.
A colorful assortment of candles.
A coin with grooves around the edge.
A normal six-sided die. Good for curing indecision.
A beautiful osprey feather.
A freshly laundered handkerchief.
A plastic straw bent into a silly shape.
A lens from a pair of soda-bottle glasses.
A fabric wristband from an amusement park.
The tip is so chipped it looks more like a spork.
Whatever was written is too smudged to read now.
A plastic container covered with bite marks.
A bottle cap with a thin piece of cork inside.
A slightly tangled ribbon once used to wrap presents.
Wilted Plant Bulb
Ribbon Hair Band
A special toothbrush for cats. It looks like it's been used.
A piece from a jigsaw puzzle.
A shriveled plant bulb with traces of dirt on it.
A pretty hair band adorned with a pink dotted ribbon.
A leather choker with a broken locket that won't open.
A soft scarf. The back is embroidered with some sort of words.
Senor Don Gato
A baseball with someone’s autograph.
An attractive hat decorated with feathers.
Beautiful, clear stones of unknown value.
A silver tag with writing embossed with it.
Bob the Cat
A uniquely shaped polished stone that radiates power.
A shiny gold coin.
A continually spinning compass.
A ticket drawn by a child, but too smudged to read.
Odd Wooden Charm
Custom Rolling Pin
Piece of dried fish covered in claw marks.
A wood tag used for border crossings in ancient times.
Oversized sunglasses to avoid more UV light.
A rolling pin custom made to fit cat-sized paws.
Elegant Paint Brush
Ramses the Great
Billy the Kitten
A new paintbrush with a fine point.
A staff with a complex design.
A dainty coffee cup with cute designs.
An old coin with the same pattern on both sides.
Silver Pocket Watch
This melt-resistant snowman is forever cold to the touch.
An anthology of poems filled with lovely cat illustrations.
An antique watch that still keeps time when you wind it.
A faded map printed on a parchment.
A paper shuriken carefully folded using traditional Japanese paper.