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Whatever your pleasure or fantasy, we can provide it... and don't be shy, we've heard it all.

Miss Kitty is the owner and proprietor of the Cat's Paw brothel, New Reno's premier house of negotiable affection. Despite the proximity of the Desperado casino, the home base of the Mordino crime family, Miss Kitty and the Cat's Paw remain independent.


Kitty is a beautiful woman with a professional bearing.[1] She aims to keep Cat's Paw at the top of what New Reno has to offer and thus maintains a strict work ethic for her girls — no Jet, monthly physicals and special training to suppress any physical revulsion towards customers. She is also a very caring and compassionate person, even to mentally undeveloped people.

Shrewd businesswoman

Kitty recognizes that people come to an establishment like hers to have fantasies filled or, at the very least, needs met – she has heard it all and provides services for most of it. She keeps a close rein on her business and ensures that it can rise to any challenge that may come to its door.

In addition to the building staff, Miss Kitty also employs a hawker who stands on the curb outside and advertises the Cat's Paw services in a colorful manner to all passers-by.

Steady contracts

While the Cat's Paw remains an independent entity under Miss Kitty's guidance, she nonetheless has steady contracts with two of the Reno crime families. Overheard comments from her suggest that in addition to satiating the nearly endless appetites of the Mordino family's golden boy, Myron, the Cat's Paw also provides guests for John Bishop's penthouse parties at the Shark Club.

Avid collector

Very few in the wasteland know the history of the Cat's Paw. Naturally, one of those few is the owner. Miss Kitty is well aware that her brothel once was a photo studio and is keen on collecting copies of the magazine once produced there.

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character starts quests.
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This character is romanceable.

Cost: $59


Other interactions

Certain dialogue choices can maneuver Miss Kitty into a conditional acceptance of a date with the Chosen One. However, this date has no impact on any element of the game and cannot, in fact, occur before the main plot has been completed. Miss Kitty will freely date the Chosen One, however, if they choose to continue playing after completing the game.


Apparel Weapon Other items
Nice lady outfit $132
Cosmetics case


Miss Kitty appears only in Fallout 2 and is mentioned in the Fallout Bible.

Behind the scenes

  • Miss Kitty is most likely a reference to the character of the same name in Gunsmoke, a western radio series that ran from 1952 to 1961 (protrayed by Georgia Ellis), as well as a western television series that ran from 1955 to 1975 (portrayed by Amanda Blake).
  • A Chosen One with low Intelligence in dialogue with her, may reference a John Steinbeck 1937 book, Of Mice and Men. [2]


  1. NcKitty.msg, line 150
  2. NcKitty - Line, 225