Skirting Danger (Insane) is the second stage in Skirt Awakens!.
Loincloth Cat spawns at 40, 120, 186.7 and 266.7 seconds.
Three Loincloth Cats spawn as the enemy base is damaged down to 70% HP. Once at 70% HP, the base will spawn a Loincloth Cat every 106.7 seconds.
Squire Rel spawns non-stop when the enemy base reaches 50% HP.
Bahamut Cat's Normal and Evolved Forms are useless since they are outranged by the Loincloth Cats. Jamiera Cat and Crazed M. Titan Cat are recommended since they only get knocked back when they die. Hacker Cat is ideal for his long range. Stall the Loincloth Cats with Wall Cat and Crazed Wall Cat, as their damage is pretty low. Just meatshield with Crazed Tank Cat, Eraser Cat, and Crazed Macho Cat, and use one Area Attacker for the Doge Darks and Gabriels.
Strategy 1 (patience is the key to victory)
In the second row, the main attackers are going to be Hacker Cat (True Form will make it easier to stall the Loincloth Cats) and Awakened Bahamut Cat.
As support you could use any fast-attacking Uber Rare or Ururun Cat (The Majestic Zeus is a good choice due to how tanky he can be; Ururun Cat works well but dies really quickly). You will use them to clear the peons if they rush you too much, not to kill the Loincloth Cats.
And the last 2 units should be Jamiera Cat (the author's was 20+29) and Crazed M. Titan Cat (20), they can tank a fair amount of damage and help to keep the rush of peons stalled.
How to make it work:
At the beginning, only spam Ramen Cats and probably some Titans so you can build up money. You should have at least a full wallet and LVL 4 Worker Cat when the 1st Loincloth Cat is reaching your base. When the Loincloth Cat comes close enough, use Ururun to quickly eliminate the peons and send Awakened Bahamut to kill it quickly. After it dies, the hard part comes.
Start spamming your meatshields and both Titans like if you were a Cat CPU. The meatshields and Titans will deal some decent damage to the enemy base at the beginning, but later they will just help to stall the enemies due to the incredibly high amount of Loincloth Cats.
Here is where Hacker Cat shines - he whittles the base's HP slowly. Hacker Cat also damages the Loincloths and eventually kills them. When Awakened Bahamut is off cooldown, send him out and try to use the default Cat Cannon to ensure he will hit the base instead of a peon, he should make 2-3 hits before dying (you could also use the Thunderbolt Cannon to secure the hit, but it hasn't been tested).
Eventually you will either destroy the base or kill most of the Loincloths, they don't have much HP so you won't rely only on the base.
Strategy 3 (Uberless, no items)
5 meatshields- Mohawk Cat, Eraser Cat, Crazed Macho Cat, Crazed Wall Cat, Ramen Cat, Paris Cat/Cyborg Cat, Awakened Bahamut Cat, Cyberpunk Cat. There are two empty slots that you can put whatever you want in, preferably longer-ranged units. If it's not long-ranged it needs to be quite tanky. Cameraman Cat has been tested here and gets destroyed, so use things like Crazed M. Titan Cat or Jamiera Cat.
Stall the first peons and Loincloth Cat with some meatshields and Cyborg Cats. Once your Worker Cat is maxed out, attack the enemy base. Cyberpunk Cat should have them slowed, and stacking them can perma-slow the Loincloth Cats. Occasionally send out Cyborgs to clear the peons, but they won't do much damage to them. Use your Cat Cannon as frequently as possible - it is for knocking back the Loincloth Cats - and send out Awakened Bahamut in tandem with the Cat Cannon. This ensures that the Awakened Bahamut will hit the base. This strategy is about destroying the base, not destroying the Loincloths.
The gist of it is to send out Cyberpunks to slow the Loincloths to the point where they are stuck behind the base all while sending out meatshields so they don't advance. Awakened Bahamut is used to knock down the base's HP and is used in tandem with the Cat Cannon. The Cat Cannon is used to knock the Loincloths back, so Slow Beam, Thunderbolt, etc. won't work here.