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Kittenheimer-Gagnon household
TS4 - Kittenheimer family
Name Kittenheimer-Gagnon household
Members Erna Kittenheimer, Hermine Gagnon, Yves Gagnon, Zoë Kittenheimer
Lot Hindquarter Hideaway
Other information
Game TS4 Icon The Sims 4
Playability Playable
World Brindleton Bay
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The Kittenheimer-Gagnon household (Speaker Icon Listen  /ˈkɪ.ʔənhɑːɪmɑr/) is one of the pre-made households that reside in Brindleton Bay, the world shipped with The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs. It consists of Zoë Kittenheimer, her father Yves Gagnon and her two grandmothers Erna Kittenheimer and Hermine Gagnon. Erna's husband Leander and her daughter Neela are unplayable ghosts found on the lot.

Appearances Edit

Zoë first appeared in The Sims 2 being the only alive member. She's in a romantic relationship with Connor Schweiger. In The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs the family reappeared, where Zoë is still a toddler and is being raised by her father and her grandmothers.

Onomatology Edit

Kittenheimer: The combination of kitten, referring to a juvenile cat, and -heimer, a suffix usally used in German surnames, literally meaning "home".
Gagnon: Derived from old French meaning "guard dog".
Erna: Feminine form of Ernest, meaning "serious". Can also mean "brisk", "vigourous" and "hale" in Old Norse.
Leander: Latin form of the Greek name Λεανδρος (Leandros), meaning "lion" and "man".
Hermine: Feminine form of Herman, meaning "army man".
Jacques: French form of Jacob or James.
Yves: Medieval French form of Ivo.
Zoë: Dutch form and English variant of Zoe, meaning "life" in Greek.

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