If you’re familiar with the role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, you already know that each player takes on a character with skills and talents, and tries to achieve riches. Typically players take on the roles of warriors, wizards, elves, or dwarves, but someone has put together some humorous rules allowing you to play the role of a cat.
Healing Chi [Feline]
Curling up with you makes injured creatures feel better. You know how to focus your chi to help heal the injuries of a favored creature.
Benefit: To provide healing chi, you must cuddle up with the wounded creature for one day or more. While so tended, the patient automatically recovers hit points or ability score points (lost to temporary damage) at twice the normal rate: 2 hit points per character level plus 2 ability score points for each day of light activity, or 3 hit points per character level plus 4 ability score points for each day of complete bed rest. You can tend only one patient at a time. Using Healing Chi counts as light activity for you. You cannot use Healing Chi on yourself.
Special: This feat can be used with the Heal skill to benefit someone under long-term care. Anyone benefited by both the feat and the skill recovers at triple the normal rate: 3 hit points per character level plus 3 ability score points for each day of light activity, or 4 hit points per character level plus 6 ability score points for each day of complete bed rest.