It’s the little pink truck that keeps on truckin’ — to the delight of fans.

After pausing for the pandemic, the Hello Kitty Cafe truck is resuming its 2020 West Coast tour, with plans to roll through the Bay Area from this weekend through Nov. 7.

The winsome whiskered one and her sweet snack van will park at four shopping centers for socially distanced sales of collectibles and treats. Staffers will be wearing masks and gloves, and sanitation rules will be enforced, according to Kitty’s team. All transactions must be via credit or debit card; no cash will change paws, er, hands.

For the uninitiated, all you need to know about this ultra-popular Sanrio creation is that fans young and old find this cafe on wheels and Kitty’s offerings absolutely adorable. New products include a plush Hello Kitty Cafe Cookie and hand-decorated cookie sets. They’ll join the lineup of best sellers that includes bow-shaped water bottles, mugs, lunchboxes, totes and enamel pins.

Here’s the schedule:

Santa Clara/San Jose: Saturday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Westfield Valley Fair in the new exterior plaza

Walnut Creek: Saturday, Oct. 17 , from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Broadway Plaza in the Event Plaza near Macy’s

San Francisco: Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Stonestown Galleria near Olive Garden

Pleasanton: Saturday, Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Stoneridge Shopping Center near the Cheesecake Factory

According to Sanrio representatives, the van parked for the first few months of the pandemic, then started back up in July and proceeded to sell out at multiple cities across the U.S., including Kansas City, Fort Worth/Dallas, Philadelphia, Houston, San Antonio and Columbia, Maryland. In some cities, like Dallas, they shifted to a drive-up concept to ensure social distancing and reported lines of cars 40-deep all morning.