This is a guide to help you if there is something you are unsure about during roleplay.
Addar Barrack: Used for toothache.
Alder Tree Bark: Treats toothache, swelling, pain, and prevents complications. Prevents infection and swelling if chewed and applied to a wound.
Alfalfa: If chewed, prevents tooth decay.
Almond: helps soothe sore throats if chewed into a pulp and put with other herbs.
Aloe Vera: The gel inside of the leaves helps cure skin problems and burns. Leaves can be chewed and spit on skin problems and burns.
Ash Tree Seeds: May be consumed to fight pain.
Ash Tree: New shoots should be chewed and then applied to an adder or viper wound to resist the effects of the poison.
Aspen Tree Bark: Relieves stress and soothes restlessness and distraughtness.
Belladonna: Calms spasms and cramps.
Birthwort: When chewed, induces contractions.
Blessed Thistle: Increases circulation of blood if swallowed.
Borage Leaves: Reduces fevers. To be chewed and eaten. The plant can be distinguished by its small blue or pink star-shaped flowers and hairy leaves. Great for nursing queens as it helps increase their supply of milk.
Borage Root: Leaves and roots may be consumed to stave off fevers.
Borage Seeds: Should be given to a queen to help her provide more available milk.
Bramble Twig: Helps to sleep if chewed into a fine syrup and consumed.
Broken Rosemary Blooms: Heals wounds near the eyes or eyelids; also helps for eye infections.
Broom: Its poultice is used for broken limbs.
Broom Malice Poultice: Heals open wounds.
Burdock Leaves: If chewed, should be applied to a NON-INFECTED wound to speed up healing.
Burdock Root: The sap is used for rat bites; usually infected ones; may also draw out infection.
Buttonbush Down: If digested, helps with constipation and urinal problems.
Catchweed: Burrs can be used to help hold treatment onto a cat.
Catmint: Treats whitecough and greencough; may also help relax a cat. Also treats congestion.
Celandine: Useful for cats with weak eyesight. Rub it on the eye.
Chamomile: Calms a cat. May also add to physical strength. Soothes depression, fatigue, and the heart.
Chaparral: Helps clean the face.
Chervil: The juice of the leaves is used for infected wounds. The root, if manually chewed, is good for bellyaches.
Chewed Gumweed: Helps to seal wounds from infection. It slightly stings but collects the skin together and makes it close faster, therefore preventing infection.
Chickweed: Helps treat greencough and blackcough.
Cobwebs: Used to stop bleeding.
Coltsfoot: Good for shortness of breath and kitten cough.
Comfrey: Treats broken bones.
Comfrey Root: If chewed and rubbed on a wound, it cleans it.
Crushed Pawpaw Roots: If digested, useful for healing kitten cough.
Crushed Iris Petals: Stimulates breathing during the birthing process; also useful for a kit's sore throat. Only useful if digested.
Crushed Marigold Petals: Prevents infection of serious wounds. Avoid using around eyes; can result in serious irritation.
Crushed Rose Thorns: Helps seal the wound.
Culver's Root: Use with feverfew, when a cat takes a dip in some sort of water.
Daisy Leaves: If chewed into a paste, can be a useful remedy for aching joints.
Deathberries (Nightshade): Fatally poisonous berries that can kill in a matter of minutes. NEVER give to a cat. If a cat is beyond saving, however, you may give them deathberries so they will be killed instantly and suffer no pain.
Deathberry Roots: Roots and leaves can be chewed together and applied to sore places, but never to an open wound.
Dock Leaves: When chewed, forms a slippery substance. If rubbed on a cat's fur, it can be useful for releasing the cat from entrapment. May also be used for bellyaches.
Dried Oak leaf: Collected in the autumn and stored in a dry place. Stops infections.
Echinacia: Eases infection.
Ferns: Cleans a wound.
Feverfew: Leaves are used to cool fevers and treat head pains. May also be consumed for stomach ailment and to cure colds.
Foxglove Cloves: Purges toxins from the body by making a cat vomit them.
Foxglove Leave: Used on deep wounds to stop bleeding quickly.
Garlic: Used for fleas.
Garlic Juice: Dripped into wounds to prevent infection. Sets off a slight stinging sensation.
Ginger: Used for asthma and coughs if consumed.
Goldenrod: Used to treat aching joints and stiffness; also a good remedy for healing wounds.
Goldenrod Juice: Dripped into wounds to numb pain; basically a painkiller. It does no actual healing.
Grass: Used for upset stomachs if consumed.
Hawthorn Berries: Treats indigestion. Very similar to deathberries; watch out.
Heather Nectar: Improves the taste of bitter herbs, such as dock and yarrow. Does no harm to the poultice, herb, or otherwise cure in the process.
Honey: Soothes infection and, if swallowed, will sooth sore throats. Particularly good for smoke inhalation.
Hops: Calms or soothes scattered nerves, anxiety, etc.
Hornbeam: If chewed, good for depression.
Horsetail: Used to treat infected wounds. If chewed, stops infection.
Ivy Juices: Calms a cat if consumed.
Juniper Berries: Used for bellyaches as well as soothing pain. It also helps cats regain their strength.
Lady's Mantle: Stops bleeding.
Lamb's Ear: Good for strength.
Lavender: Treats chills. Leaves and flowers are particularly good for head and throat pains. Inhaling the scent of fresh flowers may calm a cat.
Lavender Stem: Calms a cat in shock.
Lotus Roots: Keeps a cat awake.
Marigold: Used to stop and soothe infections in wounds as well as healing wounds and sores. If swallowed, may relieve chills.
Marigold Petals: Petals and leaves may be chewed and then applied to a wound to prevent infection and heal burns.
Marigold Leaves: Dresses wounds.
Milkweed Juice: Used for sores and burns. Poisonous if ingested; do not use around the ears or eyes.
Mouse Bile: Used for removing ticks.
Narcissus Flower Petals: Used when a she-cat has contractions. Helps soothe their mind.
Parsley: Used to stop a queen's milk if her kits perish.
Peathingy Flower Petals: Helps kitten cough by clearing clogged throats and nasal passages. (Note: Doesn't have to be used just for kits, although it is especially effective against kitten cough.)
Poppy Seed: Used to soothe distress and pain; useful for making a sick cat sleep.
Poppy Flower: Flower heads may be consumed together to stop coughing.
Ragwort: Used for strength.
Rosemary & Thyme: If mixed together and applied to a cat's fur, makes a fantastic flea repellent. Fleas hate the smell.
Rosinweed: Cleans out the system when poison(s) have been digested. Takes effect upon relieving yourself.
Sacred Root: Used for upset stomachs if digested.
Sage Root: Heals cracked pads. Use with poppy seeds.
Shock Root: Stimulates the nerve system. Use after a cat has been knocked out, poisoned, or head trauma.
Skullcap Seeds: Gives a cat extra strength.
Smut Rye: Stimulates uterine contractions.
Snakeroot: Counters poison.
Snapdragon Seeds: Clears up ringworm; also helps rid the cat of fleas.
Stinging Nettle: Used to lower swelling. The spiny green seeds can be administered to a cat that's swallowed poison.
Tansy (Flower): Consumed to stop coughing. Leaves, flowers, and stems are consumed to remove worms. Do not give to a pregnant queen; it will make her miscarry. Administer all tansy in small doses.
Tansy Leaves: May be chewed to relieve joint pains. Do not give to a pregnant queen; it will make her miscarry. May also keep a cat's hunger at bay.
Thinned Heather Down: Helps the indigestion of a kit by lining the kit's stomach and absorbing the uncomfortable juices. Only useful if digested.
Thyme Leaves: Used to treat shock. May calm a cat and aid in restful sleep as well as frayed nerves.
Traveling Herbs: Herbs given to cats going on long adventures, such as the Moonstone/Moonpool. Includes: Poppy Seeds - Dulls hunger & pain in paws,
Tansy Leaves - Keeps hunger at bay,
Crushed Lotus Roots - An energizer to keep you awake,
Skullcap Seeds - Gives you extra strength; acts like a steroid
Watermint: Best cure for bellyache.
Wild Garlic: Prevents infection. Rolling in a patch of wild garlic can help prevent infection, especially for dangerous wounds like rat bites.
Willow: Water from beneath the bark may be dropped into a cat's eye to cure blurriness of vision. May be applied to dry patches of skin to relieve itches.
Willow Bark: Small amounts may ease pain, inflammation, and to ease diarrhea or fevers.
Windflower Shoots: Useful for cramps, especially if those of a pregnant she-cat's.
Witch Hazel: An energizer.
Wormwood: Relieves pain when chewed.
Yarrow: Makes cats vomit. Useful for expelling poison. However, if used on an extremely ill cat, it could make them sicker. A flowering plant whose leaves can be made into a poultice and applied to wounds or scratches to expel poison.
Yew: Makes a cat vomit up poisons.
Go here for a list of herbs discovered in-roleplay.
Frogs are leathery gray-green or gray-brown amphibians with powerful hind legs and a small brown patch by each eye. They are two to three inches long and covered in leathery skin. They jump in most circumstances. Frogs are found near ponds, pools and swamps.
Toads are greenish-brown amphibians with thick legs and warty skin. They are three to five inches long and possess a heavy rounded shape. Unlike frogs they will walk rather than jump. Toads favor damp woodland areas for their homes.
Newts are amphibians with four equal-length legs that possess a rudder-like tail for better swimming. They have leathery green or brown skin, sometimes with red markings. Some even have a frill that runs down the spine. Size ranges from two to six inches. Newts favor swampy areas near ponds when making their homes.
Eagles are birds of prey that are described as huge birds with cold, cruel eyes, wide wings and curved talons.
Hawks are birds of prey that few Clans catch. The chicks are taken as prey in newleaf.
Falcons are another kind of bird of prey hunted by few Clans.
Finches are commonly known as chaffinches. They are a type of songbird.
Thrushes are another kind of songbird. It has blue-gray feathers and dark eyes.
Sparrows are small, plump brown-gray birds with short tails and stubby, powerful beaks.
Crows are scavenging birds with black feathers.
Pigeons are commonly known as wood pigeons.
Starlings are a type of songbird.
The sole prey of water-related Clans are simply referred to as "fish," no matter what species the fish is.
Moles have velvety black fur, spade-like paws, and tiny eyes. While they do not see well they are rarely sighted above ground, making them difficult for cats to kill. Moles can be found anywhere that earthworms are.
Shrews are small rodent-like creatures with gray to brown fur, long noses, small eyes and somewhat rounded bodies. They live in woodland areas or near hedgerows.
Water shrews are large shrews that are well adapted to life in and on the edge of water. They have small ears, a waterproof coat and tail with a line of stiff fur that acts as a rudder. They live in burrows at the edge of unpolluted flowing water.
Rabbits are compact, apprentice sized animals with long legs, oval shaped heads, and long ears. Their fur is typically brown with ruddy streaks, the underside of the animal normally being paler than the topside. Their fur is thick and soft, but not waterproof. Rabbits live in burrows they dig in soil that is soft enough.
Hares match cats in size, with long legs and ears similar to a rabbit. Their fur is most commonly an orange shade of brown. They live in shallow scrapes in the ground at the bases of brush and briar.
Adders are snakes with long dark-colored bodies that are marked with indented zigzag stripes. Their head also possess a V or X shaped light colored marking. The bite of the adder is very dangerous, being venomous. Adders favor areas of dense woodland with sunny areas suitable for warming themselves.
Snakes are long thin animals with mottled skin in shades of dark and light brown that ranges from yellowy to red. Snakes favor homes near bodies of water, with good locations to both hunting rodents and sunning themselves.
Lizards are small brown reptiles with mottled, leathery skin and low slung bodies. Their tails are long and whip-like, and their legs stick out of the sides of their bodies rather than behind under them. Lizards live in many areas, but favor those with ground cover and moisture that attracts the insects they eat.
Squirrels are kitten-sized rodents with long, fluffy tails and clever paws. They are agile and can climb trees without problem.
Voles are very small brown rodents with mid-length tails and small ears. All voles are nimble, though only some species of them are good climbers. They live in grassy fields, scrub-lands, woodlands and gardens with enough cover for them to be comfortable.
Water voles are small rodents with short noses, tails and dense brown fur. They are most active during daylight hours and prefer to make their homes near slow moving water. When disturbed they will dive into the water for safety with a distinctive 'plop'.
Mice are small brown rodents with long naked tails, whiskers, large ears and prominent dark eyes. They are agile climbers and have very sensitive hearing. They prefer to live in places with ground-cover and a steady supply of nuts and seeds for them to eat.
Dormice are round mice with a fur-covered tail. They have golden brown fur and large black eyes. They eat fruit, flowers and other high-energy food, and can be found anywhere these things are abundant.
Rats are kitten-sized rodents with long bald tails and fur that ranges from gray-brown through black. Rats can swim and climb with great agility, and are powerful jumpers. They are intelligent, and live in colonies called mischiefs. They are also aggressive and willing to fight back when attacked.
Sicknesses and Injuries
Greencough: A sickness similar to pneumonia that is often rampant among the Clans in leaf-bare. Symptoms include wheezing, pus excreted from the eyes and mouth, fever, and green phlegm streaming from the nose and mouth.
Best Treatment: Catmint.
Whitecough: A mild sickness like a cold. More common than greencough, but can become greencough or even the fatal blackcough. Symptoms include sneezing and white phlegm streaming from the nose, and a slightly high temperature. This is similar to kittencough.
Best Treatment: Catmint, tansy, feverfew. Sometimes lavender.
Blackcough: A fatal sickness that spells certain death for any cat who catches it. Symptoms are unknown, but the "black" might be blood.
Best Treatment: Possibly catmint, unknown.
Chill: A very mild ailment usually caused by very cold weather or falling into icy water. Much like whitecough, but with cold chills.
Best Treatment: Feverfew, tansy, lavender.
Cracked pads: A painful ailment usually seen in elderly cats. The pawpads crack from cold or dryness, and if untreated can lead to infection. Symptoms include swelling of the paws and pain.
Best Treatment: Marigold, yarrow, and poppy seed if there is pain.
Aching joints: Basically arthritis in cats. Caused by age or damp weather. Symptoms include pain and stiffness.
Best Treatment: Anything that cures pain, poppy seeds.
Toothache: When the tooth of a cat aches. (Obvious)
Best Treatment: Alder bark
Kittencough: Mostly caught by kits; very easy to cure and is the least harmful.
Best Treatment: Catmint, feverfew.
Bleeding: When blood comes out of you, usually from a cut or a wound.
Best Treatment: Cobwebs.
Leaf-bare - The season of winter.
Newleaf - The season of spring.
Greenleaf - The season of summer.
Leaf-fall - The season of autumn.
Quarter-moon - A week.
Half-moon - Two weeks.
Moon - A 28-day period (one full moon to another), a month.
Moonhigh - 12 o'clock a.m. (midnight)
Sunhigh - 12 o'clock p.m. (noon)
Mouselength - Roughly an inch.
Kittenstep - Less than an inch.
Rabbitlength/Taillength - Roughly a foot.
Foxlength - Roughly a yard.
Leader - The cat who leads a Clan.
Deputy - The cat who is second-in-command to the Clan leader.
Medicine cat - A cat who is trained specifically in the ways of healing.
Warrior - A cat trained in the ways of combat; warriors defend, hunt for, and fight for their Clan.
Apprentice - A cat who is in training to become a warrior or medicine cat.
Queen - A she-cat expecting or nursing kits.
Kit - A kitten.
Elder - A retired warrior or medicine cat.
Kittypet - A house cat; the term can also be used as an insult.
Loner - A cat who is neither owned by humans or part of a Clan.
Rogue - Another term for loner; some cats find it offensive.
Twoleg - A human.
Fresh-kill - Freshly caught prey.
Crowfood - Rotting, dead prey.
Gathering - A meeting that the Clans hold in peace when the moon is at its fullest.
Crystal Pool - A place where medicine cats and leaders meet and share dreams with StarClan.
Silverpelt - The large swath of stars in the sky; StarClan is represented by Silverpelt.
Thunderpath - A road, more specifically, a highway.
Monster - A human vehicle (cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc).
Halfbridge - A dock.
Twoleg nest - A human house.
Twolegplace - A human town.
Greenleaf Twolegplace - A place where humans visit only in the summer (a resort, etc).
Horseplace - A horse ranch or stables.
For the ceremonies that call for virtues, either choose one from the list below or make up your own:
Kit to apprentice
Leader: Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey gather beneath the *insert Clan meeting place* for a clan meeting. (call the kit up to you) This is a proud day for (clan name), by naming apprentices we show (clan name) will survive and remain strong. (kit's name), from now on until you receive your warrior name you will be known as (apprentice name).
(Call the warrior you have chosen to mentor the apprentice), you are ready for an apprentice, you will be (apprentice's name) mentor. I know you will pass on your (virtues) to (apprentice's name), and teach (him/her) the skills that will make (him/her) a brave warrior of (clan name).
Warrior: (touch noses with your apprentice)
Clan: (Chant the apprentice's name)
Apprentice to Warrior
Leader: Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey join beneath the *insert Clan meeting place* for a clan meeting. (call the apprentice up to you.) I, (Leader's name), leader of (the clan), call upon my warrior ancestors to look down on this apprentice . (He/She) has trained hard to understand the ways of your noble code, and I commend (Him/Her) to you as a warrior in (His/Her) turn. (the apprentice’s name), do you promise to uphold the warrior code and to protect and defend your clan, even at the cost of your life?
The apprentice: I do.
Leader: Then by the powers of StarClan I give you your warrior name, (the apprentices name), from this moment on you will be known as (warrior name). StarClan honors your (virtue) and your (virtue) and we welcome you as a full warrior of (the clan). (Then rest your muzzle on the new warriors head.)
New Warrior: (licks his/her leaders shoulder with respect.)
Clan: (calls out the new warriors name)
Warrior to Elder
Leader: Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey join beneath the *insert Clan meeting place* for a clan meeting. (call the warrior up) (warrior's name), is it your wish to give up the name of a warrior and go to join the elders?
Warrior: It is.
Leader: Your clan honors you and all the service you have given us, I call upon StarClan to give you many seasons of rest. (then you lay your tail on the elders shoulder.)
Elder: (goes over and joins the other elders.)
Name changing ceremony
Leader: Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey join beneath the *insert Clan meeting place* for a clan meeting. (call cat up) Spirits of StarClan, you know every cat by name. I ask you now to take away the name from the cat you see before you, for it no longer stands for what (she/he) is. By my authority as clan leader, and with the approval of our warrior ancestors, I give this cat a new name. From this moment on (she/he) will be known as (new name), for (whatever reason you changed the name) (you rest your muzzle on the cats head)
Cat: (gives the leader a respectful lick on the shoulder)
Clan: (calls out the cats new name)
Kit to Medicine Cat Apprentice
Leader: Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey join beneath the *insert Clan meeting place* for a clan meeting.
Medicine Cat: Cats of (the clan) as you know I will not be around forever. So it's time I took an apprentice. I have chosen a cat (whatever reason you you like that apprentice or think she/he will be a good medicine cat.) Your next medicine cat will be (apprentice’s name)
Leader: (apprentice's name), do you accept the post of apprentice to (medicine cat's name)?
Apprentice: Yes, (leader's name)
Medicine Cat: Then at the half-moon you must travel to the Crystal Pool, to be accepted by StarClan before the other medicine cats.
Leader: The good wishes of all (clan name) will go with you.
Medicine Cat: (touches noses with his/her new apprentice)
Medicine Cat Apprentice to Full Medicine Cat
Medicine Cat: (call apprentice forward). I, (Medicine cat's name), medicine cat of (clans name), call upon my warrior ancestors to look down on this apprentice. (she/he) has trained hard to understand the way of a medicine cat, and with your help (she/he) will serve (his/her) clan for many moons. (apprentices name), do you promise to uphold the ways of a medicine cat, to stand apart from clan rivalry between clan and clan, and to protect all cats equally, even at the cost of your life?
Apprentice: I do.
Medicine Cat: Then by the powers of StarClan I give you your true name as a medicine cat. (Apprentices name), from this moment you will be known as (new name). StarClan honors your (virtues) (you rest your muzzle on the new medicine cat)
New Medicine Cat: (licks medicine cats shoulder)
Warrior to Deputy
Leader: I say these words before the body of (Old deputy [or StarClan depending on if the deputy is still alive]), so that his spirit may hear and approve my choice. (Warrior to be the new deputy) will be the new deputy of (your clan).
Deputy to Leader
Deputy: (sees the stars start coming down from Silverpelt.)
StarClan: Welcome (cats name). Are you ready to receive your nine lives?
Deputy: Yes, I'm ready.
StarClan: (Then 9 cats that were close to you come and give you one life each.)
The first cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Second cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Third cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Fourth cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Fifth cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Sixth cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Seventh cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Eighth cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason).
Ninth cat: With this life I give you (insert gift/virtue). Use it well (for whatever reason). I hail you by your new name, (the last part of your name changes to -star). Your old life is no more. You have now received the nine live of a leader and StarClans grants you the guardianship of (clan’s name). Defend it well, care for young and old, honor your ancestors and the warrior code. Live each life with pride and dignity.
StarClan: (Chant your leader name)
Leader: (Wake up and head back to camp. But you can't tell anyone what happened just tell them you received your nine lives).
Dying Apprentice ceremony
Leader: I ask my warrior ancestors to look down on this apprentice. (He/She) has learned the warrior code and has given up (His/Her) life in service to (His/Her clan). Let StarClan receive (Him/Her) as a warrior. (His/Her) name will be (warrior name) because (reason why). Let StarClan receive (Him/Her) by the name of (warrior's new name).
Nomadic Clan Moving On Ceremony
Leader: StarClan, may you grant us safe passage to new hunting grounds as you grant each leader 9 lives, and may we be safe no matter the path we take, even if the Dark Forest stalks our paws or we're guided by our ancestors. (Then at whatever time period you set for you Clan to move, you move at that time.)
Star Cats, in definition, are cats who were born with, or granted extreme powers by StarClan. If a cat is born a purebred Star Cat, or was just a Star Cat born on a rare occaision, having good DNA sources that link to it, are immortal and grow quickly until they reach the form of a young warrior. They shall stay this way forever.
Any Star Cat who falls in love and is expecting kits usually has them in 3 days after they find out.
Star Cats are extremely powerful and dangerous when attacked, especially if you're the one attacking them. All of them have unique abilites and/or powers, that can be very damaging if used in the right way. So, if you see a star on their paws, don't attack them and they'll leave you alone. Usually, they are peace-loving cats who don't want a battle, but if you attack them, or their loved ones, be prepared for the fight of your life.
Notable Purebred Star Cats
- Brightstar of LeafClan
- Firestar of ThunderClan
- Tigerstar of Dark Hollow
- Darkfire of Dark Hollow
- Starlitdawn of ?
- Violetshadow of StarClan
- Lavenderheart of DawnClan
- Faolanwolf of DawnClan
Notable Dubbed Star Cats
- Phoenixfeather of DawnClan
- Kuroblade of DawnClan
- Hikari of The Organization
They are cats created by either anomalies, or by mating with a cat from another time period or dimension. So far, Bubblefrost and Dimensionflight, both of TimeClan, gave birth to such kits. There is a 50% chance the kits will be born weaker than normal kits, but if they are born normally, they are said to be stronger than normal cats. Sunsetstar of TimeClan is an anomaly cat.
The extremely rare psychic cats are cats who, in short, possess three psychic abilities. The common three abilities are: reading auras, reading thoughts, and knowing a life story by touch. Some cats can also see dead cats as if they were living, and some have other abilities.
While purebred cats are possible, they are extremely rare and are only born under certain conditions, such as a cat expecting kits dies and is somehow brought back to life, but even then, the chances for one are very slim. Sometimes, they are just born out of the blue. Mintheart of FallenClan is a psychic cat of this type.
The dubbed psychic cats are much more common that purebreds, but are still rare. They are normally created after dying, then somehow being brought back to life. This doesn't always guarentee a psychic cat, however. Everpaw of AspenClan and Tepidkit of ShineClan are psychic cats of this type.
Each living cat, even immortal cats (except under certain conditions), possesses an aura that is only visible by psychic cats and deceaced cats. The aura color changes when the cat's mood changes.
The possible colors of the auras are:
Red: Energy, strength, anger, sexuality, passion, fear, ego
Orange: Self-control, ambition, courage, thoughtfullness, lack of will, apathetic
Yellow: Optimistic, happy, intellectual, friendly, indecisive, easily led
Green: Peaceful, healing, compassion, deceitful, jealous
Blue: Spiritual, loyal, creative, sensitive, kind, moody
Violet: Highly spiritual, wisdom, intuition
Indigo: Benevolence, highly intuitive, seeker
Pink: Love, sincerity, friendship
Gray: Depression, sadness, exhaustion, low energy, skepticism
Brown: Green, self-involvement, opinionated
Black: Lacking energy, illness, imminent death
White: Perfect balance
Psychic cats can also, usually, read the thoughts of any cat around them, with rare exceptions. Usually, since they will hear everyone's thoughts at once, it is extremely overwhelming at first.
Knowing One's Life by Touch
Lastly, psychic cats, when they touch a nearby cat (with few exceptions), can, usually, learn a cat's life story from beginning to end.