Would you be a medicine cat?

Would you be a medicine cat?

In order to be a medicine cat, you must have knowledge of herbs. Think you do? Find out with this quiz.

published on October 17, 201429 responses 10

The Twoleg name for "deathberries" is

Which plants can bring down fever?

Select the three correct answers
Lavender
Borage leaves
Burdock root
Feverfew (duh)
Holly berries

One of the cats in your clan accidently eats deathberries! What do you do?

Shake your head sadly. You always knew that cat wasn't that sharp.
Panic.
Grab some yarrow from your supplies and order him to eat it if he wants to live.
Give him a juniper berry
Take a few dock leaves and let him eat them.

What do juniper berries and coltsfoot have in common?

They both are poisonous
They both are remedies for breathing difficulties sometimes caused by greencough
They both are remedies for bellyaches
They both have purple shrubbery

What are the traveling herbs?

Watermint, catmint, sorrel, and spearmint
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme (Scarborough Fair LOL!)
Chervil root, dock, thyme, and daisy
Sorrel, burnet, daisy, and chamomile

If a she-cat who had milk ready for her kits wanted to stop producing her milk, what herb would she use?

Parsley
Borage leaves
Honey
Catmint

What is the effect of poppy seeds when eaten?

Nothing will happen
You will die
You will feel drowsy
You will feel more energetic
You will throw up

The plants that can prevent/are remedies for infection are:

Select the four correct answers
Marigold
Parsley
Chervil
Oak Leaves
Dock
Horsetail
Sweet-sedge

What are the remedies for rat bites?

Select the two correct answers
Marigold
Wild garlic
Oak leaves
Burdock root
Chervil root
Yarrow

What are the uses of dock leaves?

Select the two correct answers
They are a remedy for bellyaches.
They are a remedy for back pain.
They are a remedy for drowsiness.
They are a remedy for sore pads.

A litter of kits is coming! What do you do when the first kit comes?

Select the three correct answers
Lick it vigorously
Nudge it towards its mother
Step on it
Break its kit-sac while being careful not to harm the kit
Bite it