Approach & Feed Raccoons Disney Dreamlight Valley

A lot of players are struggling with how to approach and feed raccoons in Disney Dreamlight Valley. It’s easy to see why; the wild animals are pretty skittish and will bolt away if you come too close. You can chase them down in order to feed them, but that’s the significantly more difficult method. So, let’s find out how to approach raccoons in this game and what they like to eat.

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approach & feed raccoons disney dreamlight valley
Approach & Feed Raccoons Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Approach Raccoons in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To approach and feed raccoons in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you have to be very patient and careful. Basically, you need to walk up to them until they stand up on their hind legs. This means that they’re alert. As soon as this happens, stop. Wait for the raccoon to drop again. Take one step forward. This will alert it again, so you need to stop once more. Repeat this process until you come close enough for the interaction button prompt to pop up. And that’s all there is to it. You can technically sneak up on them from behind, but if you make one misstep, the raccoon will run off. Best to use the slower, cautious method.

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Approach step by step

What Do Raccoons Eat in Disney Dreamlight Valley

So, now that we know how to approach raccoons in Disney Dreamlight Valley, what do you feed them? Well, the raccoons will eat many different items, but their absolute favorite is blueberries. Fortunately for you, blueberries grow in bushes all over the area that raccoons live in, the Forest of Valor. Plus, they regrow in about half an hour or so. If you’re really desperate, you can buy them from the shop at 29 Star Coins a pop. And that’s basically all there is to it. If you need more assistance, check out our video on how to approach and feed raccoons. Mind you, you’ll have to do this several times with the same racoon to win their trust.

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Feed them blueberries
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