Dave The Diver: Where to Find Cat Food & How to Feed Momo

When you go on adventures with Dave the Diver, you may encounter red pots holding different things. Cat Food is one of these things, which you can give to Momo at your Sushi Bar. This guide will tell you how to feed Momo and where to look in the Blue Hole for Cat Food.

How to Feed Momo in Dave the Diver?

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In Dave the Diver, a cat named Momo often comes to your sushi bar. You can feed Momo Cat Food from the Blue Hole, which you can then bring to the sushi bar during the day. You can feed the cat by going up to Momo and choosing “Feed” from the menu.

Even though this may not seem like much, if you feed Momo more than once, you can earn the Momo’s Secret achievement.

Where to Find Cat Food?

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It can be hard to find Cat Food in the Blue Hole because it can drop anytime. You might have to dive more than once before you get a good amount. We played the game for over four hours before finding Cat Food for the first time. So, the best thing to do if you are still looking for it is to be patient.

To find Cat Food, you have to look around the Blue Hole for special ingredient caches. These caches are easy to find because they are red pots that hold things like Soy Sauce and Miso. The item you get from each pot is random, though. So, the only way to get Cat Food is to open every red pot you see while you’re diving.

Note: The pictures in this article came from IGN and other content creators.


Conclusion:

In this guide, we have shown you how to feed Momo in Dave the Diver and where to find Cat Food in the Blue Hole. By following these steps, you can earn the Momo’s Secret achievement and give the cat a well-deserved meal.

Dave the Diver is available to buy on Steam.

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