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984 0 0 0 19 8c2. This article is about pet cats. This kitten seems to like you. This cat is so well fed it can hardly move. Cats are object pets that can follow the player. In order to obtain a pet cat, a player must complete Gertrude’s Cat to get a kitten from Gertrude.
Each kitten after that costs 100 coins, although players cannot own more than one kitten at a time. If a kitten or cat catches 100 rats, Gertrude awards the player with a cat training medal, which is a medium task in the Varrock Tasks set. A clockwork cat is a separate item, which can be made on a Crafting table 4 in the workshop of a player-owned house or can be bought from other players. Players can use the summoning interface to find information about their pet cat while it is following them, such as its hunger and its growth. The growth time is cumulative, not sequential, so picking up your pet does not reset the timer leading into the next stage. Any raw fish, cooked fish, or a bucket of milk can be used to feed a kitten.
Additionally, players can feed their kitten at a pet feeder in a player-owned house. Unlike other pets, kittens also need attention. Players must periodically “interact” with a kitten, otherwise it gets lonely and runs away. Stroking a cat requires no items. However, if players wish to play with their kitten, they must use a ball of wool on it, which does not consume the ball of wool, or equip a toy mouse and select the “Play” option.
Players may own only one kitten at a time. Kittens cannot be stored in a menagerie of a player-owned house. Players can also dismiss their kitten from the Interact-with menu using the Shoo-away option. Players are still able to interact with adult cats.
Players can sell their cat to civilians in West Ardougne in exchange for 100 death runes. This amount increases to 200 death runes if the player has completed the easy task set from the Ardougne Tasks. Players may own more than one cat at a time by storing them in a menagerie in a player-owned house and getting a new kitten from Gertrude. Players can turn their overgrown cat into a wily cat in Port Sarim, if they have completed the Ratcatchers quest.
Once a cat becomes overgrown, players may obtain a new kitten from Gertrude without storing the overgrown cat in a menagerie. There is no limit to the number of overgrown cats which players may own at a time. Overgrown cats of the same colour stack in the bank. Wily cats do not need attention, but if they don’t get it, they become unfriendly when players attempt to interact with them. Wily cats have the highest success rate of catching rats. They can also catch Kalphite Larvae and butterflies, although no experience is awarded for it.
Wily cats which have not caught any rats for a random amount of time become lazy cats, independent of how much players interact with them. Players may own only one wily or lazy cat outside of the menagerie at a time. Players may store additional wily or lazy cats in a menagerie in a player-owned house. A pet kitten or cat is also required for the Freeing Evil Dave sub-quest of Recipe for Disaster, one of the rewards of which is the ability to turn a kitten or cat into a hellcat. Another special cat variant, the purple cat, is unlocked via the purple cat miniquest, which is available after completing Swept Away. This article on a pet has an associated dialogue page.