RPC-570

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RPC-570 in containment

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Registered Phenomena Code: 570

Object Class: Beta-Yellow

Hazard Types: Sapient Hazard, Contact Hazard, Ideological Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-570, as well as instances of RPC-570-1, are to be contained in a Beta-Class animal containment unit inside of Containment Wing 04, at Site-88. Personnel must clean the waste-boxes of RPC-570-1 on a daily basis. Tests can only be conducted by personnel with Level-2 Clearance or above and must be accompanied by at least one armed security guard.

Description: RPC-570 is a five-year-old British Short-hair house cat. The anomalous properties of RPC-570 manifest when an individual comes into physical contact with it, such as scratching or petting. When contact is made with RPC-570, the individual (hereby designated RPC-570-1) will take on several significant changes in behavior. Instances of RPC-570-1 will retain all human abilities and memories, however, they will demonstrate newfound abnormal characteristics listed below. There are currently ██ instances of RPC-570-1.

Characteristics of RPC-570-1

  • Extreme levels of endearment with RPC-570, often neglecting their own needs in order to provide it with "care" and "attention".
  • A desire to kill anyone that they deem "unworthy of the love of our Queen".1
  • A desire to pursue "cat-like" lifestyles during the brief moments when they are not tending to the needs of RPC-570. This includes eating cat food, playing with a variety of toys, and defecating in small, sand-filled boxes.
  • Encouragement of others to touch RPC-570 if they have not yet done so.

Testing has shown that individuals who have experienced the death of a pet cat, as well as those who express severe animosity towards cats, are immune to the effects of RPC-570.

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