Kitties are a tameable mob added by the mod Mo' Creatures.
Wild/untamed Kitties spawn on grass blocks during the day. Naturally, they run away from the player and will attack if provoked. They also hunt down and kill many smaller mobs, such as mice, bunnies, and chickens. This includes turtles as well, tamed or untamed.
Taming/Tamed Kitty BehaviorEdit
Throwing a cooked fish at a kitty will stop it from running away from the player. Taming one might require patience, as they do not eat the cooked fish immediately. Once they do, you can give the kitty a Medallion, which you must craft in a crafting table. You will need 2 Leather and one gold ingot to craft this item. Once the kitty has the Medallion, the usual tamed message will pop up, allowing you to name them.
Once tamed, a kitty will search for a bed with food or milk. Fill a bed's food bowl by right-clicking the bed with Pet-Food or a bucket of milk. The kitty will go into the bed and you will hear either a crunching or a slurping sound according to whether milk or pet food has been placed in the bowl. Once a kitty eats, it will search for a litterbox, and "use" it. Then you must clean it by right-clicking it with a piece of sand after the kitty is done. Be warned that full litter boxes tend to attract creepers to the area.
After a kitty eats and uses a litterbox, it will roam around until it becomes hungry or tired. They may also climb trees, in which case you will need to help it down. You may have to climb the tree yourself and pick it up. If you don't, the cat keeps "crying" until it you get it down.
Cats can also get "stuck" in a variety of places besides trees, such as ledges or close-contained areas, in which they will make a "tree" emoticon. This means they're stuck.
If a kitty can't find food or a litter box, they become annoyed and occasionally hurt the player. Eventually they will calm down, and will also calm down by using a whip. Just make sure to have a bed/litter box near by when keeping a kitty.
Cats will follow the player while he/she is holding a wool ball.
If you use a whip near a kitty all of the kitties in the area will sit down and stay still. To make them stand again, right-click them while holding a whip or right click a nearby block to make all sitting kitties in the area stand. Alternatively, you can make them stand by picking them up and then putting them down again.
Kitties can be bred by giving them cake. Once you've fed them the cake, they will search for another kitty who has been fed cake. After they find each other, one will become pregnant and need to find a kitty bed. After a while of laying down on the bed sideways, she will give birth to 1-3 kittens, which will need to be named by right-clicking them with a medallion. Kittens are born already tamed, and bare no specific genetic resemblance to either parent.
Kittens are miniature versions of larger cats, and are very playful critters. They will often chase around the player, batting at it like an adult cat does when angered, though they do no damage. Kittens will also chase around any dropped item, not just wool balls.
You can pick up a cat in three different ways: if it is a kitten, it will ride on top of your head. An adult cat will go on the player's shoulders. If you pick up a cat while holding a rope, you will carry it by its legs. Cats don't like to be carried that way and will be usually be annoyed once you drop them. You cannot pick up a kitty while it is annoyed/angry. As expected, you cannot pick up wild/untamed kitties.
Kitties display emoticons to give hints as to what mood it is in. This feature can be turned off in the in-game mod menu.
At night, Kitties will lie down and sleep, even if they are not in a bed. This is recognizable by the fact that they will close their eyes and make a sleeping emoticon.
Colored Kitty Bed