Dialogue for Cat

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Without Amulet of Catspeak[edit | edit source]

The following applies to both kittens and cats unless specified.

Interact - right clicking on the cat

  • Stroke.:
    • You softly stroke your cat.
    • Cat: Purr...purr...
  • Chase-Vermin.:
    • Player: Go on puss... kill that rat!
    • Cat: Meeeeeoooowww!
    • Rat: Eek!

If the cat cannot reach the rat

  • Your cat cannot get to its prey.

If the cat fails

  • The rat manages to get away!

If the cat succeeds

  • Player: Hey well done puss, you got it!
  • Cat: MeeeoooooW![sic]
  • Shoo-away.:
    • Are you sure you want to shoo away?
      • Yes I am.
        • Player: Shoo cat!
        • Cat: Meeeooow!
        • The cat has run away.
      • No I'm not.
        • You choose not to shoo away the cat.

Talk-to by right clicking or interact using the summoning medallion

  • Player: Hey kitty/puss! Any news?
  • Cat: Purr.
  • Cat: Meow!

Wearing a catspeak amulet[edit | edit source]

  • (After Icthlarin's Little Helper:)
    • Player: Did you understand what went on in that quest with the devourer and Icthlarin?
    • Cat: It wasn't all that difficult to understand.
    • Player: Really? I was, no actually am, still confused.
    • Cat: Ok, I'll tell you what I think happened.
    • Player: Great! Story time.
    • Cat: There once was a high priest of some crazy religion called Klenter.
    • Player: What, a religion called Klenter? What kind of name is that?
    • Cat: No no. The high priest was called Klenter and he was the high priest of Icthlarin, god of the dead.
    • Player: Ok, I'm with you that far.
    • Cat: He dies, and a struggle starts for his soul. Another god - the Devourer - wants to destroy his soul because she has some dispute with Icthlarin. So she takes on the guise of a human.
    • Player: Ah - the wanderer.
    • Cat: Very good. Now she needs help in getting Klenter's soul so she tricks some gullible fool into helping her.
    • Player: So who was that?
    • Cat: You!
    • Player: Oh. So why doesn't she have a high priest too like Icthlarin.
    • Cat: Well she's the god of destruction. If she had a priest or a temple or anything she would just destroy it.
    • Player: So if she's so powerful why does she need this gullible fool's help?
    • Cat: Because of my kind.
    • Player: Your kind?
    • Cat: Cats!
    • Player: What? Why would she care about you? All you ever want is a bit of attention and the odd fish or two.
    • Cat: We have other powers, not clear to you. Anyway I'm moving away from the story. The wanderer recruits your help by hypnotising you. Do you remember that?
    • Player: Vaguely, I think. Why did she choose me to help her then.
    • Cat: Because of me.
    • Player: I don't understand.
    • Cat: Cats are the only things that can open the pyramid's door, so she needed an adventurer with one. So you entered the pyramid with me - under her mind control - and stole a canopic jar containing an organ belonging to Klenter.
    • Player: Ahh I think I'm beginning to get a better understanding.
    • Cat: You then started to return with the jar to the Devourer, but as a sting on the tail she made you plant one of her symbols in the ceremonial room of the pyramid. You then tried to flee the pyramid but Icthlarin appeared just as you reached the exit.
    • Player: The guy with the head of a dog?
    • Cat: Yes Player. Well he either broke the devourer's hold on you or else Klenter did.
    • Player: Klenter? I thought he was dead.
    • Cat: He was, and still is. Ok, Icthlarin summoned Klenter's soul to torment you into returning the jar, the end result was that you were freed from the devourer's grasp.
    • Player: So that's when I woke up with that jar in my inventory and had that intolerable ghost harassing me.
    • Cat: You then bumbled around for a bit and returned the jar, discovering that the high priest still hadn't completed the final ceremony so you got him all the bits and pieces.
    • Player: So then I remembered about the devourer's symbol which I placed in the ceremonial room and had to rush back and warn the priests about the devourer.
    • Cat: And the rest is simple enough to piece together.
    • Player: Thanks cat, you know you're quite smart for a fish-eating animated ball of fluff.
    • Cat: You say the sweetest things. Hiss.

Naming the cat after Rat Catchers[edit | edit source]

  • Cat: So, Player, you finally got around to naming me.
  • Player: Sorry I took so long, [Cat name], it took a while to come up with a name for you.

Talking with a normal Wily Cat[edit | edit source]

Talk-to[edit | edit source]

  • Select an option
    • How are you doing?
      • Player: How are you doing?
      • Cat: Content, but a little more attention or rat hunting wouldn't go amiss.
      • Player: We'll see what we can do.
    • How old are you now?
      • Player: How old are you now?
      • Cat: I'm getting on a bit, but I feel like there's plenty of life in me yet.
    • Where do you want to go?
      • Player: Where do you want to go?
      • If the player is not in Lumbridge
        • Cat: Let's go hunting in Lumbridge.
      • If the player is in Lumbridge.
        • Cat: There's rats on by the western wall of the castle, let's get them.
    • What do you want to do now?
      • Player: What do you want to do now?
      • Cat: Hunting! Meow! Yes, hunting is good.
      • Player: Is there anywhere in particular you would like to go?
      • (Same response as "Where do you want to go?")

Interact-with[edit | edit source]

Pick up

  • Player: Come here furball.
  • Cat: Hiss. Hey, hey, put me down - I want to go hunting.

Stroke

  • You softly stroke your cat.
  • Player: That cat sure loves to be stroked.

Chase

  • Player: Hey cat! Catch that rodent.
  • Cat: Consider it caught. Hisss!

Shoo-away

  • (Missing)

Putting them down[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hey cat, do you fancy stretching your legs a bit?
  • Cat: Aah, I'm glad to be out of there.
  • Player: Why's that?
  • Cat: It smells like a litterbox in there.
  • Player: And whose fault is that?
  • Cat: Yours, obviously. You shouldn't have left me in there for so long.
  • Player: Ewww you're right it does smell in there.

Talking with a normal Lazy Cat[edit | edit source]

Talk-to[edit | edit source]

  • Select an option
    • How are you doing?
      • Player: How are you doing?
      • Cat: I'm content. A little more action might be good but, then again, you might ruffle up my fur and then I'd have to groom myself again.
      • Player: Pah! You're the laziest old bag of fluff I've ever met.
    • How old are you now?
      • Player: How old are you now?
      • Cat: A little older than I was before and not as old as I will be in a moment's time.
      • Player: What kind of answer is that?
      • Cat: Well, your idea of time and mine are too different for either of us to understand the other.
      • Player: Umm... I don't really understand.
      • Cat: Well, for one, I don't count the time I spend in your bank, which is horribly boring.
      • Player: Well thats not too complicated.
      • Cat: I'm just getting started. Now, there is also a difference in cat years and human years. To approximate time in cat years you take a value in years, subtract 1 from it, multiply it by 4 then add 16.
      • Player: Ummm, so, if a cat is two human years old, it's already 20 cat years old?
      • Cat: I said approximate, not calculate. ANyway, it only works once the cat is two years old.
      • Player: Umm... anyway back to the question, how old are you in cat years then?
      • Cat: Uh, I don't know. I must be so old now that I've forgotten my age.
      • Player: Hmph!
    • Where do you want to go?
      • Player: Where do you want to go?
      • Cat: Somewhere nice and quiet. I'm a bit behind on my snoozing schedule.
    • What do you want to do now?
      • Player: What do you want to do now?
      • Cat: Sleep.
      • Player: How am I going to get you back in shape if all you want to do is sleep?
      • Cat: Surgery. That's the answer to all of our problems.
      • Player: Well smarty pants, where am I going to find a cosmetic surgeon who's willing to perform a liposuction on a cat around here?
      • Cat: I don't know. Have you tried looking yet?
      • Player: Aghh!! This is ridiculous, I'm not talking to you again until you start acting sensible.

Interact-with[edit | edit source]

Pick up

  • Player: Come here furball.
  • Cat: Purr, I've had enough exerc...zzzzz. ~The cat nods off to sleep.

Stroke

  • You softly stroke your cat.
  • Player: That cat sure loves to be stroked.

Chase

  • Player: Hey lazy bones! Shake a leg and catch that rodent.
  • Cat: Yeah, yeah, one sec; I'll get to it then.

Shoo-away

  • (Missing)

Putting them down[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hey cat, do you fancy stretching your legs a bit? Come on ... get out of there you old lazy cat.
  • Cat: Meoow. Owww, I was having such a nice snooze.