Publisher: MNKY Entertainment | Co-author: Douwe Terluin | Illustrations: Mohamed Ali | Ages: 8-99 | Players: 2-5 | Playing time: 30 min.

Links: Game explanation video (long) |

In the Cattorian era, the feline nobility leads a highly cultivated lifestyle. Prominent pusses practice piety. They consider a sense of sophistication to be a necessity. Baroque ball gowns, corsets, collars, richly adorned with lace and gold thread: they all contrast sharply with the social modesty being upheld. Etiquette demands from all noble cats accountability, strict standards of decency, and above all… supreme self-control.

Elite circles have therefore invented the ultimate test of one’s self-restraint in the form of a new hobby: ornithology, the noble art of studying birds. Feasting on feathered fauna is considered to be undignified by classy cats. It is an outdated instinct, and this lack of sophistication must be vigorously repressed. Only the crème de la crème of the feline aristocracy knows how to curb this ancient impulse. They dedicate themselves to collecting and studying that which once was treated solely as an exquisite delicacy.

But alas… every blood is thicker than water, and a greedy tomcat can no longer restrain himself at the sight of so much fowl within paw reach: a small misstep with big consequences…

Game rules

In Cattitude, you offer stacks of cards to your fellow players, either face-up or face-down. These stacks can contain very useful cards, but also less attractive, or even very damaging cards. You collect ducks, turkeys and peacocks. The more rounds you collect, the more they become worth. But also: the more likely you are to lose an entire collection to a birdoholic…