Kitties are tamable mobs found in the Overworld.
Natural generation Edit
Kitties spawn on grass blocks at light levels of 9 or more with a minimum of 2 block space above. They often spawn in groups of 4 during world generation.
Kitties come in eight different colors, including black, beige, white, white with black spots, calico, grey, orange-white, and black-white.
Kitties drop 1–3 experience when killed by a player or tamed wolf. If the kitty was tamed, it will drop a medallion.
Kitties are neutral mobs, and will attack the player if provoked, regardless or not they are tamed. They wander around aimlessly, meowing occasionally and avoid the player if they approach a wild kitty. Kitties will attack mobs smaller than them, such as insects, and will also attack mobs that attacked them first.
A tamed kitty will attack you if you hurt its kittens.
A tamed kitty requires the player's care and attention. A kitty will become aggressive towards the player if they don't find a kitty bed that has been filled with pet food or milk, but eventually its temper will improve. Kitties that are hungry emit loud meows, and an angry kitty will hiss.
After food or milk has been poured into a kitty bed, the kitty will get into the bed and sit in it. Once in the bed, they will consume whatever was placed in the bed. Eventually, the kitty will leave the bed to find a litter box.
If a litter box is nearby, the kitty will go into it and remain in a stationary position for a short period of time. Eventually, the kitty will get out of the litter box and the box will need to be cleaned with a sand block so it can be used again. Hostile mobs, such as zombies and ogres, are attracted to dirty litter boxes.
A kitty can be tamed by dropping cooked fish near it and stepping a few blocks away until the kitty eats it. After the kitty eats the fish, right-click on it with a medallion. Tamed kitties can be healed with cooked fish, cooked salmon, or cake.
A whip can be used to make a kitty sit; it will not move until right-clicked again.
Picking up Edit
A tame kitty can be picked up if the player has nothing in their hand. To pick up a kitty, right-click on it. A kitty can be picked up in two different ways. To release the kitty, press the shift key.
- If the kitty is a kitten, it will go on top of your head.
- If the kitty is an adult, it will go onto your shoulders.
Before ropes were removed, kitties could be picked up by their feet with it. It would, however, become aggressive to the player once it was released.
A wool ball can be used to make a kitty play with it for a while by chasing and pushing it around, until it gets bored. When the player is carrying the ball, a kitty near the player will be curious (they show a question mark emotion). To get the kitty to play with the ball, right-click on the kitty with the ball.
For a kitty to breed, you need to right-click on a kitty with cooked fish or cake. After being fed, the kitty will look for another kitty that is also in the mood (has been given cake/cooked fish). Kitties that are both in love mode will both show a heart emoticon and will purr at as well as 'paw' and circle each other. Also, like many mobs, kitties do not have genders. After a while, the kitty that was bred first will become pregnant and will need to find a kitty bed. After a short period of time, the mother will give birth to a litter of 1-4 kittens.
Like bunnies, kittens do not always share the same markings as their parents. Kittens can be named in a similar matter to adult kitties by right-clicking on them with a book or a medallion (although they come with a medallion). Kittens make high pitched meows and are very playful. They will chase any item, will play with you, and follow their mother. If a kitten is attacked, its mother will defend them.
There are 14 emoticons that kitties can show to let the player know how it is feeling, as seen below.
|Kitties display this when using a litter box.|
|The kitty is hungry and needs to be fed.|
|When eating in a kitty bed.|
|The kitty has finished eating and needs to find a litter box.|
|Kitties generally show this emoticon at random intervals, or after their temper has improved.|
|When playing with a wool ball.|
|Kitties show this when interacting with one another after they have been bred.|
|Often shown at random intervals, but usually after the kitty has given birth.|
|If the player has a wool ball in their hand.|
|Kitties display this when they are asleep. Sleeping kitties will have their eyes closed. They can also be heard purring when sleeping, and tend to fall asleep at night, while this is different in real life cats, though some cats do sleep at night.|
|The kitty hasn't been fed or has no bed or litter box.|
|The kitty wants to climb a tree.|
|The kitty needs help getting down from a tree or is stuck.|
|The kitty is about to give birth to kittens.|
- Fixed kitty emote icons not being displayed.
v6.1.0 DEVR1 Edit
- Fixed pet amulets not working with kittens.
- Tamed kitties will drop medallions on death.
- Fixed pet mounting (birds, bunnies, snakes, turtles, kitties).
- Fixed kitty attack animation.
- Fixed bug with kitty health bars.
- Kitties are less aggressive.
- Fixed bug that prevented renaming kitties.
- Fixed bug with big cats, dolphins, werewolves and kitties not finding targets.
- Fixed bug with kitties crashing the game when giving birth.
- Fixed bug with kitty names not being displayed.
- Added kitties.
- Kitties are the third smallest neutral mobs in Mo' Creatures, after raccoons and bees.
- They are the only mob that will attack the player if their requirements are not met (such as not feeding them) or if their babies are attacked.
- In the mod files, kitties are called "pussycat".
- If you want to move two kitties at once, it is possible to pick up one kitty and then use a lead on the other.
- According to DrZhark, he made it so that kitties deliberately climb trees, though he said it was hard to code the behavior.
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