Appearance and CharacteristicsEdit
It looks and acts like a normal cat, but of larger size.
An egyptian cat statue summons this monster.
It is difficult to say what inspired its creation, though it may be just a joke monster. Possibly based on the trope of many horror movies, tv shows and other media where animals in titanic sizes destroy cities and kill people or when a character shrinks down and usually have normal sized house cats as obstacles for the characters.
One source of inspiration may be The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957), when protagonist Scott Carey, at his doll-sized stage, must defend himself from his own pet cat. Another influence could from the 1967 StarTrek episode Catspaw, where Capt. Kirk and Spock are menaced by a being transformed into a gigantic black cat.