Cat Rescue

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Name: Cat Rescue
Author: Ta-Te Wu
Player: 1-4
Time: 20 minutes
Age: 8+
Artist: Kaiami

CATEGORIES: Family, children, light puzzle


24 Cat cards
2 Wild Cat cards
1 Delivery card
4 Shelter tokens
1 Rulebook


Cat Rescue is a 1 to 4 player cooperative card game. During the game, players take a turn to take a cat from the street or rescue home and slide it into the cat shelter. When there are three or four cats of the same color in a row or column, cats in the middle are flipped over and now ready for adoption. When the flipped over cats are pushed out of the shelter, they are adopted to their new loving home. Game ends when the deck is depleted or a rescue home has three cats. Players together receive a Cat Rescue title based on the number of cats that are flipped and adopted.


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PRESS RELEASE – Cat Rescue: The Game of Saving Cats by Ta-Te Wu and Sunrise Tornado Games


“Cat Rescue is a great 10-15 minute cooperative game. Behind the cute design is a surprisingly challenging puzzle game.” – The Game Shelf (UK). Click HERE for the comprehensive review.

“It’s quick, it’s simple, it’s fun….. It’s a great game, great concept, and it promotes helping animals.” – Joshua Burall of Logan Chops Reviews (US). Click HERE for the playthrough +  review video.

“Overall, Cat Rescue is pretty solid! It’s a super-cute microgame that a few friends and I have been playing over lunch all week, and it’s definitely suited to a lunch game.” – Eric Yurko, What’s Eric Playing? (US) Click HERE for the comprehensive review.

“Cat Rescue is an easy game that teaches us how to cooperate with others to reach an admirable common goal.” – Matteo Mariella, Geek Pizza. (Italy) Click HERE for the game review in Italian.

“If you’re looking for quick family fun and engaging solo play, I suggest you give Cat Rescue a look” – Jeremy Howard, Jambalaya Plays Games. Click HERE for comprehensive review.

Overall, I loved the game. It’s short, easy to learn and really meaningful. – Crystal ‘Vinny’ Lai