"Ms. de Monde visited me again and this time also the problem was of feline nature. She lost her award-winning cat just before an important show."
Patience de Monde: Hi there sweetie! Oh, is "sweetie" a bad word, now?
Patience de Monde: Well, actually... Dolores, one of my prized pussycats, went missing just before a cat show!
Detective: A lost cat or a lost person, you start with the same aim: finding out where and when they were seen last.
- 7 footprints
- 5 magnifiers
- 1 fingerprint
- 5 footprints
- 1 map
- 10 magnifiers
- 2 maps
- 10 footprints
Detective: I've finished the witnesses, but is that enough? Maybe I should use the time I have left to get more evidence.
When you run out of moves:
Detective: Dolores is a famous rat-catcher. I guess I should look for a vermin-infested house.
City search: The Cat HuntEdit
Detective: Off to find Dolores. Searching for a single cat in a city as big as this might be difficult.
Detective: Luckily, I met some interesting people lately who might help me if I fail with the city search.
The cat you are looking for is:
- more than 3 from restaurants
- not more than 2 from a shop
- more than 2 from police station
There are candies in (4,1) (4,2) and (4,6)
Detective: I bet there are vermin inside.. and one hungry cat.
Crime scene search: Schroedinger's CatEdit
Detective: I need to find Dolores before the owners come back.
When you find the solution:
Detective: Here you are, Dolores! Hiding in the pantry, fat and happy.
Patience de Monde: Great! She'll be ready for the show in no time. Would you like a glass of lemonade? It's sugar free!
Detective: Sugar-free? Uh... I think I'll just settle with the reward, but thanks!