How to Claim My First Pet Stuff Pack for Free in The Sims 4

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While the phrase “the best things in life are also free” usually involves things like friendship and love, getting material items for free is a fun bonus. Let’s talk about how to claim The Sims 4’s My First Pet stuff pack for free.

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How to Get The Sims 4 My First Pet Stuff Pack for Free

From now until January 9, 2024, you can claim The Sims 4’s My First Pet Stuff Pack as a promotional winter sale by heading into your preferred gaming platform, navigating to the My First Pet Stuff store page, and adding it to your account.

From here, you’ll need around 165 MB of device storage space to download the pack, and after doing so, it will automatically appear in your Sims 4 game, ready to use to your heart’s content.

Below are some more in-depth explanations for each platform:

Steam

  1. Head to the My First Pet Stuff store page.
  2. Add the pack to your account.
  3. Download the DLC pack.
  4. Load up The Sims 4.

EA App

  1. Go to The Sims 4’s Add-ons page.
  2. Select Stuff Packs and find My First Pet Stuff.
  3. Select My First Pet Stuff and click download.
  4. Load up The Sims 4.

After using either method to get the pack, it’ll be available for you to use as soon as you launch The Sims 4. However, many of its features are unavailable if you do not own the Cats and Dogs expansion pack.

Everything Included in The Sims 4: My First Pet Stuff Pack

Below is a complete list of features you’ll find in the My First Pet Stuff Pack:

Create-A-Sim

  • Three new hairstyles
  • One new hat for children
  • Five new shirts for human Sims
  • Two suits for human Sims
  • Three costumes for cats
  • Two additional clothing pieces for cats
  • Four costumes for dogs
  • One hat for dogs
  • Three additional clothing pieces for dogs

Build Mode Furniture

  • Throw shades – Small, medium, and large
  • Dekai Kawaii Neko Lamp and Leaping Lamp
  • Stump for Treats Bowl
  • Rise ‘n Shine Sleepy Bed and The Barbarian’s Bed
  • Chow Down Litter Box
  • Muh Belly Cat Condo
  • Hammy, Thimble, Whiskers, and Bubalus small animal cages
  • Om Nom Cat Condo
  • Woof Box toy chest
  • Sky Cat Mirror
  • Cubs ‘n Kittens Height Chart and The Pet Pack paintings
  • Habitat for Hamsters piping pieces
  • Rugs-N-Camaraderie rug
  • Modern dog door
  • Tap Tap Table Mini Backer Kit
  • Hampton’s Chair
  • Snuggle Seat and Puppy Loveseat
  • Tap Tap coffee table
  • Book Fair Bear bookshelf
  • Nya Desk Chair and Pawsome Desk
  • Cranimals Activity Table for children
  • Fozzy Ozzie Ozzie children’s toy

While many of these features are only available if you have the Cats and Dogs expansion, some are usable without it. In particular, human CAS features and miscellaneous decorative items don’t require the expansion. However, anything involving cat and dog clothes or functional items is only available with the pack.

Are you interested in caring for larger animals, too? Check out how to get a horse in The Sims 4, or click the tag below to browse our growing article list.

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Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.