An Ocelot (also known as a cat) is a Passive Mob in Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Ocelots were added in the August 23rd TU12 update along with Iron Golems and Baby Villagers. Ocelots can be used as household pets in a similar way to dogs. Before it is tamed, the Ocelot will be yellow with small black spots. Once it has been tamed, the Ocelot will become a Tuxedo cat, a Siamese cat or a Tabby Ginger cat. The Ocelot can be told to stay or follow, the same way a dog can. To tame an Ocelot, you must crouch near it while holding a piece of Raw Fish. The Ocelot will then become attracted to the fish where you can then give it the fish in a similar way that you give a wolf a Bone. Ocelots can usually only be found in jungle biomes.
- Creepers will actively try to avoid Ocelots for unknown reasons.
- Similar to their real life companions, Ocelots are only found in Jungles.
- Ocelots are passive Unlike a Wolf, the other tameable mob.
- Ocelots may occasionally attack Chickens for unknown reasons.