The domestic cat is a small feline. It is often called a housecat when kept as an indoor pet and an alley cat when kept outdoors or is feral. Cats are often valued by humans for companionship and their ability to hunt vermin and household pests. Cats have strong, flexible bodies, quick reflexes, sharp retractable claws, and teeth adapted to killing small prey. A group of cats is referred to as a clowder or a glaring, a male cat is called a tom or tomcat (gib if neutered), a female is called a molly (queen if has had kittens), and juveniles are called kittens.
Life as a Fat Cat
The Fat Cat is a DLC Pack #1 size 2 predator available for purchase. Compared to the Cat, the Fat Cat has improved base Life, Attack, and Defense but lower base Stamina and Hunger. Despite its apparent size, it still moves at the same speed as the Cat. Fat Cats also have a friendly relationship with Cats, so will be unable to consume them should you slay any. The Fat Cat is similar in play style to the Cat, but is a bit more hardy which can be helpful to a novice player, however it takes more calories to rank up and has a smaller litter from good mates.
- Complete all E challenges - Rewards Master's Choker
Fat Cats as Prey
Cats have no predators, so aren't exactly prey. Fat Cats aren't that common to spot, but can be seen in packs of cats or sometimes on their own in early years, often around the Shibuya Shop District and Shibuya Suburbs. Fat Cats can be the more dangerous threat in a pack of Cats, but they are still considered a minimal threat for most larger animals and should only prove a problem to weaker, smaller grazers. They also have the special enemy skill Cat Call, which will allow them to call in several normal Cats as reinforcements if they spot a target. It they do intend to call, it's best to take out the Fat Cat before it can finish.
Ranks & Mates
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