*Purr* is an ever-growing Discord Bot that aims to bring fun, entertainment and a lot of cute nekos (Nekomimis) to you and your friends!
While other Bots rely on common APIs such as weeb.sh and nekos.life does *Purr* not do that and instead use its very own API to provide her core features.
The Bot brings a lot of different commands to choose from.
You can find a full list of the commands on the Wiki.
The commands are split up into 4 different categories: Fun, Guild, Info and NSFW
The Fun commands try to bring you joy and entertainment.
From getting nekos (
p.neko --gif) to hugging people (
p.hug <@user>) does the bot offer many different commands.
The Guild commands are useful for server owners as they allow you to change specific settings of the bot.
You can change the prefix that is used, setup a Welcome-System that greets joining people or even change the language of the bot for the Guild.
The translations are community-made and we always welcome new languages!
You can find the Crowdin Project here.
The Info commands are your commonly known one like
However, do we try to still provide some twists to those! As an example does the
p.quote command try to emulate the look of an actual Discord Message, including the Avatar, name, name color, date and time and of course the message.
The NSFW commands are probably the most unique ones as not every bot has those.
Some of the commands only provide images/gifs, while others allow you to ask another user to be naughty with you. This user can then accept or decline the request.
NSFW Commands can only be executed in channels that are set as NSFW!
The Bot also has other benefits you can profit from.
All the commands and features are available for you without restrictions!
This means that you not have to donate, become a Patreon or Boost the Support Server to unlock commands or features.
The Bot is pretty much always online.
The only downtimes happen with when the bot either has maintenance going on, or if Discord has issues (again).
ToS and CG Compliant
We try our best to always follow Discord’s Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.
This is why we made our very own API rather than relying on other APIs, as it allows us to have more control over what is displayed towards others.
Found an inapropriate image that may be against the above mentioned Terms or Guidelines? Report it to us by either Joining our Discord Server or by sending an e-mail at