Based on the official card game by AEG, Cat Lady is a card-drafting game in which players are Cat Ladies, trying to tempt cats into their cattery using food, toys, costumes and more.
During the game, you and your fellow cat ladies will draft cards three at a time, collecting toys, food, catnip, costumes, and of course lovable cats. But watch out! Make sure you have enough food for all of your feline friends or your hungry cats will subtract points from your score.
The player with the highest total victory points wins the game!
Cat Lady is very simple to play but with enough strategic depth to keep you coming back for more!
Will you be the best Cat Lady?
- Light card-drafting game for 1-4 local players.
- Short play time of 1-5 minutes.
- Easy to learn and easy to play.
- Charming art and graphics makes the game appealing and accessible to players of all ages.
Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Bought the physical game a while ago, but haven't found the time to play. But I bought this as soon as I heard it was digital! Easy to learn, quick play rounds, and fun cat animations! I love the cats names (use to have a cat named Pumpkin!). And getting to choose the difficulty of your opponent is a good challenge! The game is playable without internet and has no constant pestering to connect to social media! I play while waiting, or better yet, on my 5 hour plane flight across country! Feeding the happy cats makes me smile and keeps me coming back to get more cats!
Easy and addictive
This is a fantastic, short game to take up time. I really enjoy the card taking mechanic, and the ease of the interface in assigning food to your cats.
I would like to see Facebook removed as a requirement to access challenge mode, in particular due to Facebook’s ongoing security and privacy concerns. Because functionality is lost without using this third party, one star was deducted. If challenge mode didn’t exist, or Facebook was removed, five stars would be warranted.
Beware! Facebook required
Challenge mode is inaccessible unless you have a Facebook account. Those of us without a Facebook account have no way of participating in challenges. It feels like half the app is withheld from paying customers. With all the privacy violations in the news it’s incredibly tone deaf of the developer to require Facebook to access part of the app. Had I known Facebook was essentially required for full access I would not have purchased this app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.