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"How did cats enter the homes of humans? Follow the lineage of cats from ancient predators to cuddly companions." ― Information Tab


A Feline Journey is a limited time event which focuses on Cats. It features 10 generators and 48 upgrades that produce Paws A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey.

Story[]

Opening[]

"Humans have a fascination with members of the feline family. These creatures can be fearsome predators, yet some live a domesticated life. How did these threatening feliforms evolve into household pets?"

Ending[]

"Cats evolved to hunt and adapt to any environment they enter. Yet when humans offered them food and a home, cats accepted. It seems house cats searched for prey, but also found a companion."

Objectives & Rewards[]

A Feline Journey (Objective)

The requirements that have to be completed in order to get all rewards.

Explore Cats (12 Requirements)

  1. Collect Pantherinae, Felinae → 1 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  2. Collect Panthera → 2 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  3. Collect Tiger → 3 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  4. Collect ClawsPaws and Claws Badge
  5. Collect African Caracal, Serval → 4 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  6. Collect Flexibility → 6 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  7. Collect Andean Mountain Cat, Eurasian Lynx → 7 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  8. Collect Scrapey TongueGot Your Tongue? Badge
  9. Collect Jaguar, Sunda Leopard Cat → 8 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  10. Collect Rusty-Spotted Cat, Black-Footed Cat → 9 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  11. Collect Pallas' Cat, Fluffy → 10 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  12. Collect Hunter at HeartTop Tier Badge

Badges[]

This exploration holds some rewards already mentioned above. The main ones being these three badges: Bronze: Paws and Claws, Silver: Got Your Tongue? and Gold: Top Tier which have an effect on all other evolutionary branches, speeding up every simulation by 1%, and also speeding up production in future A Feline Journey simulations by 5, 10 and 15% respectively.

A Feline Journey Badges

Paws and Claws[]

"The pads of a cat's paw cushion them when falling from big heights, and are also the only place a cat can sweat from."

Got Your Tongue?[]

"The spikes on a cat's tongue scoop up water and nutrients, while also serving as a natural comb."

Top Tier[]

"The Felidae family is made up of 41 cat species. The best one, though? The feline friends that made their way into the homes of humans."

Generators[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
A Feline Journey Felidae Felidae All modern cat species spawn from the ancient Pseudaelurus, which lives in Asia around 20 million years in the past. Its felid descendants are divided into two general categories: those that purr and those that roar. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 30 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1/sec -
A Feline Journey Panthera Panthera Species come and go over millennia, but the big cat lineage remains strong. With some weighing over 272 kg, Panthera are the apex predators of any environment they inhabit. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 30,000 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 200/sec Pantherinae
Digitigrade
A Feline Journey Bay Cat Bay Cat Cats travel further into the south of Asia, reaching the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. Cats of this lineage have unknown population densities, making them some of the least studied cats in the world. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e7 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 40,000/sec Felinae
Snow Leopard
A Feline Journey Caracal Caracal Cats reach Africa during the first Ice Age, traversing land bridges across the Red Sea. The three subspecies of caracal settle in radically different biomes, developing adaptations for life in forests, savannahs and wetlands. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e10 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e7/sec Felinae
Marbled Cat
A Feline Journey Ocelot Ocelot The ancestors of the ocelot migrate over a land bridge to North America. Their descendants then travel over the Panama land bridge in the second ice age, diversifying into thirteen different species with spotted coats. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e13 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.5e9/sec Felinae
Serval
A Feline Journey Lynx Lynx During the second ice age, cats travel back from North America to Asia. Dispersed across the forests of North America, Europe, and Asia, a lynx can be identified by its short tail and the tufts of fur atop its ears. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e16 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8e11/sec Felinae
Geoffroy's Cat
A Feline Journey Puma Puma The three species of puma spread from North America into South America and towards Africa. Despite being part of the same lineage, they have nothing in common except for their large size. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e18 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1.5e14/sec Felinae
Iberian Lynx
A Feline Journey Leopard Cat Leopard Cat Originating in North America, the leopard cat ancestor travels back over the Bering land bridge. Once they reach Asia they disperse throughout India and China. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 5e20 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 4e16/sec Felinae
Cheetah
A Feline Journey Felis Felis The youngest lineage of cats spreads across several continents after the second Ice Age, traveling into Asia, Europe, and Africa. These cats are significantly smaller than most wild cats, with the largest weighing only 35 lbs. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 5e23 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2e19/sec Felinae
Flat-Headed Cat
A Feline Journey House Cats House Cats African wildcats evolve into the modern house cat, developing a close relationship with humans. Cats spread across continents, adapting to new climates naturally before modern breeds are created in the 19th century. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e26 A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 5e21/sec African Wildcat
Pallas' Cat

Upgrades[]

Felidae Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Pantherinae Pantherinae Big cats are solitary and use their booming roar to contact potential mates over wide, open territories. Their ability to roar is shaped by a thick layer of cartilage that gives their larynx additional flexibility. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 100 75% Felidae
A Feline Journey Felinae Felinae Where some cats roar, others have a fully hardened hyoid bone that allows them to purr. Felinae begin purring at a few days old, using it as a method for self-soothing and a means to communicate contentment or discomfort. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 750 75% Felidae
Pantherinae
A Feline Journey Digitigrade Digitigrade Cats are known for their speed and leaping ability, enabled by their posture. Felines walk on their toes with their ankles above the ground. The joint acts as a pivot point, providing them with leverage for a spring-like jump. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3,000 50% Felinae
A Feline Journey Claws Claws Nearly every cat species is equipped with retractable claws, allowing them to walk silently and keep their nails sharp when not in use. The front claws grip prey, while the back can gut an animal's stomach. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e7 50000% Digitigrade
A Feline Journey Acute Senses Acute Senses A cat is an efficient predator with keen senses. Its ears can rotate up to 180 degrees to identify the source of a sound, its nose is 14 times more powerful than a human's, and its eyes are set wide for a large field of view. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8e9 1500% Claws
A Feline Journey Flexibility Flexibility Elastic discs connect each vertebra in a cat's spine, allowing them to rotate their head and body up to 180 degrees. This flexibility allows them to contort their bodies as they fall so they can successfully land on their feet. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 6e12 25000% Acute Senses
A Feline Journey Patterned Coats Patterned Coats The coloring and markings on a cat's coat help it blend with its surroundings. Stripes break up an animal's outline into smaller segments, spots mimic the appearances of shadows, and solid colors match specific environments. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8e15 125000% Flexibility
A Feline Journey Scrapey Tongue Scrapey Tongue A cat's tongue has several small spikes called filiform papillae, which it uses to scrape the bones of a carcass, easily removing nutrients from the meat. These spikes are also used for grooming, where they comb excess debris from fur. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8e17 10000% Patterned Coats
A Feline Journey Short Skull Short Skull Cats rely on their strong jaw muscles to survive in the wild. To make room for these large muscles, cat skulls evolve to be relatively flat, allowing them to bite with precision and power. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.5e20 10000% Scrapey Tongue
A Feline Journey Obligate Carnivores Obligate Carnivores Cats must hunt other animals to survive. The high levels of proteins and fats found in prey supply them with energy, and the water within the meat keeps them hydrated. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e23 250000% Short Skull
A Feline Journey Whiskers Whiskers Embedded deep in the skin of their legs and faces, a cat's whiskers contribute to its sense of touch. Even a sightless cat can navigate their environment with their whiskers, each of which are equipped with sensory organs. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.43e26 50000% Obligate Carnivores

Panthera Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Clouded Leopard Clouded Leopard With feet that can grip branches and the ability to descend headfirst from a tree, the clouded leopard is a natural climber. As the first genus to branch out of Pantherinae, it is the most ancient living cat species. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 80,000 100% Panthera
A Feline Journey Tiger Tiger The largest and strongest of the big cats, some individual tigers weigh more than 362 kg. Its forehead marking resembles the Chinese character for king, making it a symbol of power and royalty in Chinese culture. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 240,000 75% Panthera
Clouded Leopard
A Feline Journey Leopard Leopard Active mostly at night, the leopard's large eyes and dilated pupils make it perfectly equipped to hunt in low-light. Leopards are the smallest of the big cats, but are highly athletic and known for their climbing abilities. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 720,000 50% Panthera
Tiger
A Feline Journey Snow Leopard Snow Leopard Usually solitary, snow leopards can be found in the high mountains of Asia. Feeding on sheep and goats, they can live at up to 18,000 feet in elevation and leap distances up to 9 times their body length. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.16e6 100% Panthera
Leopard
A Feline Journey Sunda Clouded Leopard Sunda Clouded Leopard Found in Borneo and Sumatra, the Sunda clouded leopard shares the same climbing skills as its mainland sibling. Its strong tail wraps around tree branches as it dangles above prey, easily catching primates and birds. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.7e9 4000% Panthera
Asian Golden Cat
A Feline Journey Lion Lion The most social of the wild cats, lions live in extended familial groupings known as prides. They are the only cat species in which the two sexes look distinctly different, with males growing manes at two years of age. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1.5e12 10000% Panthera
African Caracal
A Feline Journey Jaguar Jaguar The strong jaws and teeth of a jaguar allow it to pierce crocodile hides and turtle shells with its bite. In reverence of the cat's power, some Aztec warriors name themselves 'ocelotl', the Nauhatl word for jaguar. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e19 1e9% Panthera
Cougar

Bay Cat Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Bornean Bay Cat Bornean Bay Cat Found exclusively in the rainforests of Borneo, the bay cat has never been studied in the wild. Most knowledge about the elusive feline comes from historical specimens, and it is not until 1992 that one is studied in captivity. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e8 50% Bay Cat
A Feline Journey Asian Golden Cat Asian Golden Cat Set apart from other bay cats by its near-golden coat, knowledge about the Asian golden cat is taken from local testimonies in Thailand. A solitary creature, it is believed to birth its litters in hidden locations like hollow trees. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e8 100% Bay Cat
A Feline Journey Marbled Cat Marbled Cat The tail of the marbled cat sticks out horizontally when it walks, helping the cat keep balance. Camera traps are the only reliable way to study them, as their thick spotted coats blend into their forest surroundings. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e8 75% Bay Cat
Asian Golden Cat

Caracal Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey African Caracal African Caracal Named after the Turkish word for 'black ears', unique tufts of hair sprout from the top of a caracal's ears. It is believed these tufts are used to communicate with other caracals and to blend in with tall grass. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e10 75% Caracal
A Feline Journey Serval Serval Images of the long-necked serval can be found in the tombs of Ancient Egyptian nobility, suggesting they were kept as companions. Mafdet, the goddess of justice, bears the head of the cat in some depictions. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.7e11 100% Caracal
African Caracal

Ocelot Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Ocelots Ocelots The spots of an ocelot camouflage it in forests and trees. Human interactions with ocelots date back to the Aztecs, who call them 'semi-jaguars', implying a presumed connection between the two Mesoamerican cats. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 7e13 125% Ocelot
A Feline Journey Kodkod Kodkod The smallest wildcat native to the Americas, the kodkod is also one of the most despised. Known to kill the domestic chickens of Chilean farms, it is seen as an omen of death and destruction. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2e14 100% Ocelot
A Feline Journey Andean Mountain Cat Andean Mountain Cat Among the world's most endangered felines, only ten sightings of the Andean Mountain Cat have been recorded since 1999. Native communities revere this animal as a sign of fertility connected with the Andes Mountains. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 6e14 75% Ocelot
Ocelots
A Feline Journey Geoffroy's Cat Geoffroy's Cat Whether it be in the trees or water, the Geoffroy's cat can adapt to any situation for hunting. Unlike most cats, it stands upright on its hind legs to survey its environment, using its tail to stay supported. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2e15 50% Ocelot
Kodkod
A Feline Journey Margay Margay The nocturnal margay has large eyes to enhance its night vision. Whereas most cats usually have six to ten teats, the margay only has two. This development is likely because it often gives birth to a single kitten. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 4e15 100% Ocelot
Kodkod

Lynx Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Eurasian Lynx Eurasian Lynx The world's largest lynx weighs between 40 and 80 lbs. It commonly preys on large animals such as deer, and is known to hide animal carcasses in trees to keep its leftovers away from competitors. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 5e16 200% Lynx
A Feline Journey Iberian Lynx Iberian Lynx Weighing between 22 and 28 lbs, Iberian lynx live off a rabbit-heavy diet. Found only in southern Spain, habitat loss made it the most endangered cat species in the world. In 2002, there are less than 100 left in the wild. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1.5e17 125% Lynx
A Feline Journey Bobcat Bobcat Communication is key for bobcats, which use chirps, posture, and facial expressions to converse with one another. The white dots on the back of their ears can be used to scare opponents or guide kittens through darkness. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e17 150% Lynx
Eurasian Lynx

Puma Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Cougar Cougar The names puma, mountain lion, and cougar all apply to one cat. The cougar has the largest range of any cat, inhabiting North, Central, and South America. Its range was once even larger but was reduced by bounty hunts. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e18 175% Puma
A Feline Journey Cheetah Cheetah The world's fastest land animal can reach speeds of 50-80mph in short bursts. In the 16th century, the Mughal Emperor Akbar keeps 30,000 cheetahs as hunting companions over his 49-year reign. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e19 100% Puma

Leopard Cat Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Leopard Cats Leopard Cats Hunting the rats plaguing the farms of neolithic China, leopard cats aid humans in exchange for meals. This dynamic doesn't seem to lead to domestication, the modern house cat is not closely related to the leopard cat. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e21 125% Leopard Cat
A Feline Journey Sunda Leopard Cat Sunda Leopard Cat Living off small rodents, birds, and reptiles, Sunda leopard cats can be found throughout Indonesia. Despite primarily hunting on the ground, when it's time to rest the cat retreats above, sleeping in the tree tops. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e21 125% Leopard Cat
A Feline Journey Fishing Cat Fishing Cat While most cats dislike getting wet, the fishing cat thrives in wetlands. While hunting for fish, it has little difficulty wading through water thanks to its webbed front paws and the dense fur protecting its skin. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e21 100% Leopard Cat
Leopard Cats
A Feline Journey Flat-Headed Cat Flat-Headed Cat The eyes of the flat-headed cat are set forward, giving it depth perception like no other cat. This trait gives it an advantage in spotting moving fish in water. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.7e22 125% Leopard Cat
Sunda Leopard Cat
A Feline Journey Rusty-Spotted Cat Rusty-Spotted Cat Weighing in at only 2-4 lbs, the rusty-spotted cat is the world's smallest wild cat. Despite its stature, it is a deadly hunter and is often killed for eating domestic chickens in India and Sri Lanka. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8.1e22 100% Leopard Cat
Sunda Leopard Cat
A Feline Journey Pallas' Cat Pallas' Cat The naturally secretive Pallas' cat lives in China and Mongolia. It is extremely muscular and appears even bulkier since its coat is denser and longer than that of any other cat. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.7e25 15000% Leopard Cat
Jungle Cat

Felis Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Jungle Cat Jungle Cat Contrary to its name, the jungle cat prefers to make its home in swamps. Where most cats meow or hiss, jungle cats can produce a sound that resembles a barking dog. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1e24 250% Felis
A Feline Journey Black-Footed Cat Black-Footed Cat One of the smallest and most adorable wildcats is also one of the most deadly. It preys on rodents and birds, succeeding in 60% of its hunts. It spends the day resting, using abandoned termite mounds as shelter. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 3e24 100% Felis
A Feline Journey Sand Cat Sand Cat Native to Africa and Asia, the sand cat lives exclusively in deserts. It can survive without water for several weeks, and avoids intense heat by burrowing under the sand. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 9e24 100% Felis
Jungle Cat
A Feline Journey African Wildcat African Wildcat The closest ancestor to the house cat is the African wildcat. Before leopard cats attempt domestication in Asia, these wildcats enter into peoples' homes to better hunt their favored prey of rats. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 8.1e25 250% Felis
Sand Cat

House Cats Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
A Feline Journey Fluffy Fluffy Genetic mutations determine a cat's hair length. Short hair is a dominant trait, while long, fluffy coats are connected to four recessive mutations. A cat's coat thickens in the winter, with much of it being shed in the spring. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 6e26 200% House Cats
A Feline Journey Australian Cats Australian Cats There is no cat species native to the Australian continent. Instead, they come from domestic cats brought over in the late 18th century. Cats have since overtaken the ecosystem, wiping out one billion mammals a year. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 5e26 -0% House Cats
Fluffy
A Feline Journey Hairless Hairless The Aztecs likely raised the first cat without fur, the extinct Mexican hairless cat. Modern hairless cats, like the sphinx, likely come from a mutation bred in the 1960s. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 1.5e27 400% House Cats
Fluffy
A Feline Journey Orange Orange The gene for orange fur is linked to the x-chromosome of a cat, making the trait more common in male cats. This might contribute to modern stereotypes of orange cats, such as being silly, or even all sharing a single brain cell. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 7e27 100% House Cats
Hairless
A Feline Journey Hunter at Heart Hunter at Heart Despite domestication, house cats are still natural predators. Even without the need to hunt for survival, they retain their instinct to stalk and capture prey. They sometimes bring these catches to their humans as a gift. A Feline JourneyA Feline Journey 2.5e28 100% House Cats
Orange

Trivia[]

  • It had a full body cat as its icon when it debuted on beta (June 1, 2024). A Feline Journey ran as a beta-only event thrice, and all three times it had the full body. This was changed to a cat face when it debuted on production (June 28).
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