The 222 Incident is the final stage in Day of the Cat.
- The battle starts with a single Killer Cat, soon followed by two large group of 45 and 30 Killer Cats. A single Killer Cat will spawn every 2 minutes. All of them have 288K HP with the deadly damage of 19200.
- The Corrupted Cat Base's Wave does 20,000 damage to all the Cats in its range, in this case being the entire battlefield.
- If the player can somehow survive all of this, the "mighty" Killer Cat is yours.
The real deal... Massively buffed Killer cats come in humongous stacks and plow down your army. Bombercat and dual Erasers or Nono are practically required. Kill the Killer Cats as fast as possible before they kill you, but don't get too close to the enemy base unless you're ready to destroy it. If you do, it will fire a base cannon blast with enough power to kill almost all of your meatshields and attackers. If you do not have at least 3-4 meatshields, the Killer Cats will easily get through your shields, destroy your base, and you will lose. Use massive damage, area-attacking units like A. Bahamut or anti-blacks like talented Cats in a Box, Pizza Cat, or any other hard hitters to kill the Killer Cats. If you manage to survive the wave, then victory is yours!
Lineup: Any two unit Freeze CatCombo such as Master-Apprentice (Kung Fu Cat + Kung Fu Cat X), Octopus Cat, Awakened Bahamut Cat, Meatshields (Cat/Crazed Cat and a sufficiently leveled Tank Cat/Crazed Tank Cat are ideal), Bombercat and and Pizza Cat.
Wait for the first Killer Cat to spawn and get close to your base before you deploy anything, so upgrade your wallet in the meantime. Once Killer Cat has crossed two-thirds of the battlefield, spawn a 150 cost meatshield, a 75 cost meatshield, and a Bombercat. After you’ve successfully stopped Killer Cat in place, deploy an Octopus Cat, one or two additional Bombercats and a replacement meatshield should Killer Cat manage to kill one. If you don’t go crazy with the meatshields too early, you should be able to keep Killer Cat in place for a while as you further upgrade your wallet and save up for the main event. Once you feel that you have enough money to finish the stage, begin spamming your meatshields and summoning more Bombercats, Pizza Cats and Octopus Cats, then deploy your Awakened Bahamut Cat as your front line approaches the enemy base. The base will try to fire its cat cannon to wipe out your units, but if the first Octopus Cat you spawned survived and made it to the base along with your meatshields, it will negate the shockwave and protect you from ruin. From here, your meatshields should be able to keep the Killer Cat swarm from advancing too quickly as your Bombercats lock them in place, and your Awakened Bahamut Cat destroys the enemy base for an easy win.
Strategy 2 (ft. Warlock & Pierre)
If you have a high-level Warlock and Pierre and at least five meat shields (Research CatCombos are optional), you can try this strategy, provided you are patient enough.
Wait for your money to max out. (As you are using Warlock and Pierre, you may either bring a Wallet UP Combo or upgrade it to Level 2) Spawn W&P as soon as possible. This should be around the time when the first Killer Cat spawns.When the Killer Cat appears, wait for it to get closer, so as to not trigger the enemy base, and then spam meatshields nonstop.While meatshielding, pay attention to the Killer Cat; if it gets knocked back, stop spamming for a while and let it come closer. Likewise, pay attention to W&P's lengthy recharge time - you should have at least two spawned by the time you get to the base.￼ One of the most important things to note is that when the enemy base's HP is at a certain point, a huge horde of highly-buffed Killer Cats will likely swamp you. Thankfully, there is no Boss shockwave in this level, so the key here is timing: make sure that both Pierres attack the base at the same time. If you do it right, the dual Warlock & Pierre's should destroy the base in one swift hit, and the Killer Cat is yours!