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Quiz about When Cats Attempt to take Over the World
Quiz about When Cats Attempt to take Over the World

When Cats Attempt to take Over the World Quiz


The cat conspiracy is on! You thwarted last year's attempted dog coup, but cats are much smarter. Luckily, you've intercepted several messages by cat operatives; you just need to determine the language. The only clue you have is the word "cat".

A multiple-choice quiz by PDAZ. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
PDAZ
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
318,498
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
9107
Awards
Top 5% quiz!
Last 3 plays: shvdotr (9/10), Chloe4770 (10/10), GoodwinPD (10/10).
Question 1 of 10
1. You think that the intercepted note from Frisky, the Finicky Feline, is just another complaint about the declining quality of gourmet cat food, but you realize it is an encoded message when you notice the repeated use of the word "Katze". "Katze" is "cat" in which language? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. You catch Toby, the Destroyer of Sofas, clawing at the cushions of a loveseat. Your first thought is that he is just practicing his kneading, but then you see that he has clawed a message with several occurrences of the word "gato". In which of these languages does "gato" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Snowball, the Seventeen-Hour Snoozer, is apparently too drowsy to realize he's dropped a message while making the neighborhood rounds. You see that the word "kedi" is repeated throughout the note. In which language does "kedi" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. Garfield, the Bestower of Dead Vermin, sneakily hid his message inside one of his, uh, gifts, but you've long suspected his use of this conveyance and were able to retrieve it. The word "billi" is written throughout the note. In which language does "billi" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. You notice Whiskers, the Depositor of Hairballs, cough up a crumbled note. The word "neko" tips you off that it is an encoded message. In which language does "neko" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. Ginger, the Queen of the Windowsill, has scratched a message on the glass. It looks like an invitation for birds to stop by for a snack, but then you notice multiple occurrences of the word "kucing". In which language does "kucing" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. You've noticed that Fluffy, the Lord of the Tree Branch, has attached a note to an aspen. It looks like a reward poster for the capture of the neighbor's cocker spaniel, but then you spot the word "koshka" repeated throughout the message. In which language does "koshka" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Mittens, the Shredder of Curtains, cleverly carves her message in her handiwork, but you spot the word "qitt" repeated in the design. In which language does "qitt" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. A late-night stakeout at the local catnip bar leads you to a message from Boots, the Midnight Meower. He's scrawled it on the side of the restroom's kitty box, so you initially think it's a "for a good time, call..." note, but then you notice the word "mao" written over and over. In which language does "mao" mean "cat"? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Morris, the Marker of Doors, creatively sprays his message on the entrance to the local feline groomers. The odor nearly keeps you away, but you notice the word "chat" repeated in the cat graffiti. In which language does "chat" mean "cat"? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. You think that the intercepted note from Frisky, the Finicky Feline, is just another complaint about the declining quality of gourmet cat food, but you realize it is an encoded message when you notice the repeated use of the word "Katze". "Katze" is "cat" in which language?

Answer: German

"Katze" is the general German word for a cat, but it can also specifically mean a female cat. A male cat is called a "Kater".
2. You catch Toby, the Destroyer of Sofas, clawing at the cushions of a loveseat. Your first thought is that he is just practicing his kneading, but then you see that he has clawed a message with several occurrences of the word "gato". In which of these languages does "gato" mean "cat"?

Answer: Spanish

"Gato" is the general Spanish term for a cat of either sex, but it also is used to signify a male cat. If you want to specify a female cat, you would use "gata".
3. Snowball, the Seventeen-Hour Snoozer, is apparently too drowsy to realize he's dropped a message while making the neighborhood rounds. You see that the word "kedi" is repeated throughout the note. In which language does "kedi" mean "cat"?

Answer: Turkish

"Kedi" is the general Turkish word for a cat of either sex. You may also hear "disi kedi" for a female cat and "erkek kedi" for a tomcat.
4. Garfield, the Bestower of Dead Vermin, sneakily hid his message inside one of his, uh, gifts, but you've long suspected his use of this conveyance and were able to retrieve it. The word "billi" is written throughout the note. In which language does "billi" mean "cat"?

Answer: Hindi

"Billi" is the general Hindi word for a cat of either sex, but it also can be used to specifically mean a female cat. "Billa" indicates a male cat.
5. You notice Whiskers, the Depositor of Hairballs, cough up a crumbled note. The word "neko" tips you off that it is an encoded message. In which language does "neko" mean "cat"?

Answer: Japanese

"Neko" is the general term for a cat of either sex in Japanese. You may also hear "osuneko" for a male cat and "mesuneko" for a female cat.
6. Ginger, the Queen of the Windowsill, has scratched a message on the glass. It looks like an invitation for birds to stop by for a snack, but then you notice multiple occurrences of the word "kucing". In which language does "kucing" mean "cat"?

Answer: Malay

"Kucing" is the general Malay word for a cat of either sex. You may also hear "kucing jantan" for a tomcat and "kucing betina" for a female cat.
7. You've noticed that Fluffy, the Lord of the Tree Branch, has attached a note to an aspen. It looks like a reward poster for the capture of the neighbor's cocker spaniel, but then you spot the word "koshka" repeated throughout the message. In which language does "koshka" mean "cat"?

Answer: Russian

"Koshka" is the general Russian term for a cat of either sex, but it also is used to signify a female cat. You will also hear "kot" which means a male cat.
8. Mittens, the Shredder of Curtains, cleverly carves her message in her handiwork, but you spot the word "qitt" repeated in the design. In which language does "qitt" mean "cat"?

Answer: Arabic

There are several ways to say the word "cat" in Arabic, depending on the region. Some of the other words for "cat" include "biss" and "hirr". The respective equivalents for female cats are "qitta", "bissa" and "hirra".
9. A late-night stakeout at the local catnip bar leads you to a message from Boots, the Midnight Meower. He's scrawled it on the side of the restroom's kitty box, so you initially think it's a "for a good time, call..." note, but then you notice the word "mao" written over and over. In which language does "mao" mean "cat"?

Answer: Chinese

"Mao" is the general Chinese word for a cat of either sex. You may also hear "gong mao" for a tomcat and "mu mao" for a female cat.
10. Morris, the Marker of Doors, creatively sprays his message on the entrance to the local feline groomers. The odor nearly keeps you away, but you notice the word "chat" repeated in the cat graffiti. In which language does "chat" mean "cat"?

Answer: French

"Chat" is the general French word for a cat. You may also see "matou" for a tomcat and "chatte" for a female cat.
Source: Author PDAZ

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