Spider Cat Draft
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Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a modified feline containment chamber, equipped with the appropriate bedding and toys. SCP-XXXX's daily diet consists of:

  • 28.3 grams of cotton polyester
  • One live adult female Wood Mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus)
  • A bowl of water filled and refreshed throughout the day

A member of staff with Level 2 security clearance or higher is to engage in entertaining activities with SCP-XXXX for a period of one hour a day.

SCP-XXXX is not to be reminded of its' origin, as this has proven to negatively effect its mental health.



Description: SCP-XXXX is a plush toy depicting a hybrid between a cat (Felis catus) and a common house spider (Parasteatoda tepidariorum) SCP-XXXX is sapient; it is estimated to be as intelligent as a four-year-old human child. SCP-XXXX is capable of simple speech with vocalizations comparable to that of a human toddler, along with that of a young feline. It has demonstrated the capability to imitate words and sounds spoken to it, leading to the conclusion that it is capable of learning.

SCP-XXXX has demonstrated both feline and arachnid-like behaviors, the most prominent example being it’s hunting methods. When presented with a piece of prey, SCP-XXXX will stalk it and pounce, proceeding to inject venom in its prey.

SCP-XXXX slightly differs in makeup than a typical plush toy, as a digestive system execratory system, venom ducts, and venom glands are present.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was discovered on 10/31/2016 in a package left at Site-31's main entrance. The following note was tapped to the top of the package:

Dear Foundation, we are leaving our newest McLeggy the Spider-Cat toy model in your care.

Why? Because it seems McLeggy here is defective, and we do not have the time or space for a defective model. We have been informed by our friends in the market that you here care for the anomalous, so we thought that McLeggy would be in good hands in well, your hands.

We have included McLeggy's sales' pamphlet just incase it comes of use to you.

Thank you kindly,

~ Yukari

Hey there, friends!

Are you in need of a new friend? Good thing there's [MARKED OUT] brand new toy,

McLeggy the Spider-Cat!

Why should YOU get a McLeggy the Spider-Cat? Well, I'm glad you asked!

He comes with a range of neat features!
* Venomous fangs
* An ADORABLE disguise
* The ability to spin REAL spider webs
* "Beast Mode" (activates randomly)
* Will assassinate any given target!

Get yourself a McLeggy the Spider-Cat TODAY!

Addendum 1: SCP-XXXX Background


Interviewed: SCP-XXXX
Interviewer: Dr. Dollie Dickson

Foreword: SCP-XXXX was questioned about the capabilities listed on the provided pamphlet.

[Begin Log]

Dr. Dickson: Hello, SCP-XXXX. I'd like to ask you about the abilities the pamphlet we were provided claims you're capable of.

SCP-XXXX: I hunt mice.

Dr. Dickson: This talks of a "beast mode". Do you know anything about this?

[SCP-XXXX glances around and lets out distressed vocalizations.]

SCP-XXXX: I remember being told…. about it….

Dr. Dickson: What were you told?

SCP-XXXX: I don't like it.

Dr. Dickson: Could you expand?

SCP-XXXX: Monsters hurt people.

Dr. Dickson: Monsters hurt people, hm. Beast mode was a monster?

[SCP-XXXX blinks twice.]


Dr. Dickson: You don't like being a monster?

SCP-XXXX: I haven't been monster.

Dr. Dickson: You don't want to be a monster?

SCP-XXXX: No. But they were mad when I wasn't.

Dr. Dickson: They were mad at you? Who's they?

SCP-XXXX: The people that made me. They want me to "rawr monster".

Dr. Dickson: They made you to be a monster, but you don't want to be?

SCP-XXXX: Yes. I'm a friend.

Dr. Dickson: Maybe you can turn into a beast and you just don’t know how. Maybe the knowledge just doesn’t come as naturally to you.

SCP-XXXX: No. I’m not monster.

Dr. Dickson: Maybe it’s just a bit more difficult for you to transform.

SCP-XXXX: No! No no no! I’m not monster!

[SCP-XXXX stomps it’s legs and lets out distressed vocalizations.]

Dr. Dickson: Alright. It says you can spin webs. Can you do that?

SCP-XXXX: Yes! I make pretty webs!

[Dr. Dickson nods, picking up SCP-XXXX.]

Dr. Dickson: Let's test that out, okay?

SCP-XXXX: Okay! [Wiggles legs]

[End Log]

Closing Statement: It was determined that SCP-XXXX cannot transform into the creature referred to in "beast mode", nor assassinate given targets.

Addendum 2: SCP-4966 Interaction

11/21/2016 it was authorized to introduce SCP-4966 to SCP-XXXX.


DATE: 11/23/2016

NOTE: The following interaction was monitored by Dr. Marvin Waters.


16:02: [Dr. Waters enters SCP-XXXX's containment chamber with SCP-4966.]

16:03: [SCP-XXXX vocalizes upon noticing SCP-4966.]

16:05: SCP-XXXX:A new friend?

16:07: [Dr. Waters approaches SCP-XXXX and places SCP-4966 in front of it.]

16:08: [SCP-4966 vocalizes.]

16:08: SCP-4966: You have lots of walky parts!

16:08: [SCP-XXXX vocalizes and wiggles its legs.]

16:09: SCP-XXXX: Thanks! I like my legs.

16:09: SCP-4966: Me too!

16:09: SCP-XXXX: We should be friends.

16:09: SCP-4966: The big brain smart people don't give me much friends. Having new friend is good!

16:10: SCP-4966: Do you like munchies?

16:10: SCP-XXXX: Who is Munchy? I like everyone, so I probably like Munchy.

16:11: SCP-4966: A munchy is a tasty good crunch! The smarty head men always give me many types of munch!

16:11: SCP-XXXX: Oh.

16:11: [SCP-XXXX vocalizes.]

16:11: SCP-XXXX: Tasty things are good! Like mice are tasty. Stuffing is tasty. Bugs are tasty.

16:12: SCP-4966: White coat man, do you enjoy the crispity crunch of a munchy?

16:12: [Dr. Waters shrugs.]

16:12: Dr. Waters: Uh, yes, I do.

16:12: SCP-4966: What's your favorite munchy?

16:14: Dr. Waters: Hm, I don't know. I like yogurt.

16:14: SCP-4966: What's yogurt?

16:14: Dr. Waters: It's difficult to explain, but it comes in all sorts of flavors.

16:15: SCP-XXXX: Can we have yogurt?

16:15: Dr. Waters: [chuckles] I'll have to ask.


NOTE: More interactions between SCP-XXXX and SCP-4966 are planned as the initial meeting proved to have a positive affect on the mental health of both involved.

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