Developers Celebrate World Cat Day with Mew World Cat Quest II Free Update

PQube and Singaporean developer The Gentlebros are delighted to announce the release of the Mew World Update for Cat Quest II with a new trailer. Available on every platform today, this huge patch will be free for everyone, and change the face of the game!

But there is even moar to celebrate! That’s right, today is International Cat Day, and marks the 3rd anniversary of the Steam launch of Cat Quest, so please join us in saying happy birthday Cat Quest!

We’re also delighted to announce that the Cat Quest franchise has now sold over 1.3 million units worldwide!

The Gentlebros and the team at PQube would like to sincerely thank everyone who has been part of this journey and who continues to accompany us on those catventures!

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  1. International Cat Day should primarily focus on the bleak situation allowed to continue for feral and stray cats, essentially due to human apathy.
    For example, in a city neighbouring mine there are tens of thousands of these beautiful sentient animals, so many of which are allowed to suffer severe malnourishment, debilitating injury and/or infection by callously neglectful municipal government as well as individual residents who choose to remain silent.
    (Progress might also be made by discontinuing allowing pet cats to roam freely outdoors and notably risk them becoming another predator’s meal or some sadistic person’s target for a torturous death.)
    When I made a monetary donation to the local Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) program, a lady volunteer left me a tearful voice mail expressing her appreciation, which to me suggested a scarcity of caring financial donors.
    No wonder cat Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) programs are typically underfunded by governments and private donors, regardless of their documented success in reducing needless suffering.
    I fear a possible presumption of feline disposability.
    Could there be a subconscious human perception that the worth of such animal life (if not even human life in regularly war-torn or overpopulated famine-stricken global regions) is reflected by its overabundance and the protracted conditions under which it suffers?

    “You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.”
    —Paul McCartney

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