Posted on Nov 11, 2014

Kung Fu Pets Walkthrough Fire Cat

Kung Fu Pets Fire Cat Egg

Kung Fu Pets Fire Cat Growth

Kung Fu Pets Walkthrough Fire Cat Status

Kung Fu Pets Fire Element

Don’t let her big, round eyes fool you-she’s a fire Kung Fu Pet, and that means she’s incredibly volatile and unpredictable. It is advisable not to add fuel to the flames of her legendary temper.

Hatch Quotes

Meow! Don’t mess with me, or I’ll deliver purr-fect punch to your face and knock you out!

Lvl

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Earn

7 11 15 19 23 27 31 = = =

Food

5 10 20 40 80 160 320 640 1280 2560

Total Food

0 20 60 140 300 620 1260 2540 5100 10220

Breeding Time: 10 minutes

Habitat: Fire

Weakness: Water and Earth

Strong against: Plant and Ice

Buy Price: 500 Gold

Sell Price: 250 Gold

Summoning Formula (it’s all about chance, visit THIS PAGE to learn more about summoning factor):
[0] Fire Cat + Fire Cat (Just buy it from the shop)
[0] Leave your successful formula on the comment

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4 Responses to “Kung Fu Pets Walkthrough Fire Cat”

  1. Abhirut says:

    I have just bred tundra reindeer and fire cat and time shows 6 hrs. And the only posible outcome is tundra reindeer himself. Do you guys know if this is a bug?

  2. Hellione309 says:

    I got the Fire Cat when trying for the Magma Bear…using the combo Earth Buffalo and Candle Weasel on the Dragon Altar

    • noobbgodlike says:

      This is another bad things from this game, you shouldn’t able to get single element monsters from breeding single + hybrids pets… I hop ethey patch it on the future update.

      • KaoNinjaratzu says:

        Yeah, I do agree. It’s no big deal with the quick ones like the Leaf lizard or Fire Cat, but for the really long ones like Ice wolf and especially Air Eagle, it can make breeding some of the later element ones very frustrating.

        I also wonder if someone can confirm that breeding hybrids or rarer monsters has a higher chance of producing a rare monster than just the basic elements. It really seems like it, because it’s safest to use single element or the same element (e.g. fire/grass + grass to make Flower Frillard more consistently than say, Fire/Rock + grass/Ice)

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