Look around most neighborhoods and you’ll find cats, so it’s not surprising that many video games now feature cats are minor or major characters. In case you want to play a video game and still get your daily cat fix, you can view this list of video games that feature cats in them.

In the game “Hot Tin Roof,”¬†Emma Jones is a private investigator with a cat partner named Franky. In the game “Catlateral Damage,” you play a cat with the goal of knocking as many things off the shelves of a house as possible to rack up the most points.

In case the idea of playing a video game with cats in them grabs your interest, click here to see more video games that feature cats.