It has no special abilities, but has an exceptionally long ranged Area Attack and high attack power. It possesses a fast attack animation but has a somewhat long attack rate, only having a movement speed of two.
Crazed Bird Cat's range is quite serious, but the attack frequency along with DPS is rather low, with only 2.1k. Adding on, this enemy has a trait, which is Floating. This means you can use anti-Floating cats such as Cameraman Cat, although they can only land in around a single hit, due to their low attack rate and Crazed Bird Cat's high attack power. Regardless, Cameraman Cat is still useful, dealing more than 7,500 damage per hit. Crazed Bird Cat also has pathetic movement speed, and combined with the low attack rate, stalling this boss will be a cakewalk. However, on the Crazed Bird stage, Flappy Cat, there are more deadly enemies to back it up, such as Bore and Rain D. In fact, those two will provide most of the struggle in the stage, so if you manage to take them out, the worst is over.
Do not try to inflict debuffs on this enemy with Cats like Shaman Cat, Bishop Cat, and Fortune Teller Cat, because they will all be outranged and instantly killed. Instead, focus on tanky units that can endure Crazed Bird Cat's attacks and withstand the DPS. Cat Units with high health and only one knockback such as Ramen Cat, Crazed Titan Cat, and Jamiera Cat can bring some promising guaranteed damage. Beware that this Cat only has one knockback, meaning that you cannot push it back until it dies. Even with the slow movement speed, if you are not careful, Crazed Bird Cat can get to your base and end the stage. For this reason, bringing a Sniper the Cat will be a great help to keep this enemy at bay from getting to your base.