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Fat Cat

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| image = <!-- An image filename (e.g. Example_picture_name.jpg). If the filename doesn't exist, this gives you a link to upload it. -->
| description = slighty overweight good kitty| latin = <!-- a Latin-style species name, if known/made-up --> Catus Fatus| class = feline| habitat = | boss = <!-- Set to 'yes' if this is a boss-monster, and possibly fill in... --> | boss-type = <!-- One of: above, dig, quest, 1ab, 2ab, 3ab. See Template:Monster for details. -->| pet = <!-- Set to 'yes' if this is a tameable monster, and possibly fill in... --> | levels = <!-- Hero levels at which the pet can be tamed --> | feature = <!-- Rideable, Sailing, Dungeon, etc. --> on your lap
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The '''Fat Cat''' (''Latin name (in italics)Catus Fatus'') isn't really a monster. Just a cat. That is fat. Honestly, why heroes and heroines cannot overcome them...
After the introductory text, you may wish to divide your article into sections separated by headings.
== Headings start a new section ==
Common sections (headings) for a Monster article include: == History, Life cycle.==  
You might organize some information into lists:
* How to recognize this monster
Massive gargantuan purring machine of smashing destructions. It doesn't know it's own strenght. Or weight. Fat Cat has a habit of sitting on hero lap to be pet and accidentally crushing them to death.
* Tips for battling this monster
Good tactic to defeat this monster is to lure it near steep slope and give it a little nudge.
* Other distinguishing features
Doesn't know it's own strenghtComes in all colors and one shape. or weight. Has a habit of sitting on hero lap to be pet and accidentally crushing them to deathRound
Whatever you think will be interesting and helpful to other gods, that's what you should include in your article.
An Attributes section can be a good way to wrap up a monster article. It usually has two subsections: a list of Strengths, then a list of Weaknesses.
== Attributes ==
=== Strengths ===
* Strengthvery resilient* Strengthcannot be moved* Strengthtoo selfish to care
=== Weaknesses ===
* Weaknesscatnip pie* Weaknessthat last piece of pizza* Weaknessactually any pie
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