How To Talk To Your Cat - OSRS Trailblazer

26.11.2023 - 12:40:58
Game Guides , Runescape

How To Talk To Your Cat - OSRS Trailblazer

If you're a cat lover in real life, you might want to bring even more cats with you along in OSRS. What's great about OSRS is that there are lots of other things you can with you in real life. One of the most overlooked features in the game is the ability to talk to your cat which is why we're going to teach it to you now.


Before we help you talk to your cat, let's talk about how you can get one first.

How To Get A Cat In OSRS

To acquire a pet kitten, complete the Gertrude's Cat quest, and Gertrude will reward you with a free kitten. Subsequent kittens can be obtained for 100 coins each, but you're limited to owning only one at a time. If you place a fully grown cat in your player-owned house Menagerie, you can obtain another kitten from Gertrude. With an activated ring of charos, you can charm Gertrude into letting you choose a specific color for your kitten. Without the ring, you'll receive a kitten of a random color.

The following is a quick walkthrough of the quest.

Gertrude's Cat Walkthrough

Begin by speaking to Gertrude at her house west of Varrock, south of the Cooks' Guild. She'll inform you that her cat, Fluffs, is missing and asks you to talk to her children, Shilop and Wilough, in Varrock Square.

Head to Varrock Square and approach either of the two boys. They'll disclose the location of their secret playground but request a payment of 100 coins before revealing it.

Now, make your way to the Lumber Yard, located northeast of Varrock. Bring along a raw sardine, a doogle leaf, and a bucket of milk.

Upon reaching the Lumber Yard, climb over the broken fence on the southern side. Navigate to the middle of the yard and climb up the ladder to find Gertrude's cat, Fluffs. Initially, attempting to pick up the cat will result in hissing. Use the bucket of milk on Fluffs and try to pick her up again, but she will still resist. Combine the doogle leaves with the raw sardine to create a seasoned sardine. Offer Fluffs the seasoned sardine. Despite this, you won't be able to pick her up, and you'll hear distant mewing.

Go down the ladder and search through the nearby crates with the yellow "Search crate" option and a yellow "Mew!" above them. Keep in mind that repeatedly searching the same crate won't work. The mews may move, but the kitten stays stationary. Keep searching different crates until you find Fluffs' kitten. Click on "Continue," and the kitten will appear in your inventory. Do not drop the kitten, as it will run away, and you'll have to find it again.

With the kitten in your inventory, go back up the ladder and use it on Fluffs. Fluffs and the kitten will run off home. Return to Gertrude to complete the quest.

How To Talk To Your Cat In OSRS

To talk to your cat in OSRS, you'll need the castspeak amulet. You can get this after completing Icthlarin's Little Helper. If you happen to lose the amulet, you can talk to the Sphinx for another copy but it will only give you one if you have a cat following you when you talk to it.

The replies from the kittens are noticeably more child-like than those from fully grown cats, and Hell-kittens' responses carry a more devilish tone. The kitten's responses are selected from a random list of phrases, but if they are very hungry or lonely, their dialogue will reflect this. After completing Icthlarin's Little Helper, an additional dialogue option is introduced, enabling the player to revisit some events from the quest.

In Trailblazer Reloaded, this is an achievement that nets you 10 points.

Aside from helping you talk to your cat, the Catspeak amulet is also used in several quests.

Talk Like A Cat!

The ability to talk to a cat in OSRS isn't that essential for your progression in the game but it does a bit of excitement to your kitten companion.This is a fairly little side activity that you should consider checking out.

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