"Being a hero doesn't just mean doing the right thing at the right time, it means doing the right thing all the time."
|Location||Boston and vicinity|
|Foes||Bullies, haters, ableists, injustice, Autism Speaks|
|Actions||Neighbourhood watch, homeless aid, autism advocacy|
|Costume||Black catsuit with leotard; leather gauntlets and boots|
|Symbol||Cat face with ears forming letter "W"|
|Equipment||Staff with steel chisel; duffel bag stocked with outreach items|
|Abilities||Acute hearing and vision; de-escalation; kickboxing; stealth; strength|
Black Wildcat is a Real Life Superheroine residing and operating in the greater Boston area of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The opioid crisis in central New England, plus "creepy clown" sightings in other parts of the country, inspired Black Wildcat to set out on neighbourhood watches beginning in March of 2016. The following year, whilst recovering from an injury, she discovered the Real Life Superhero movement and adopted the name "Black Forest Cat," watching the public parks in her hometown for drug activity and mischief. Not long thereafter, she changed her moniker to "Black Wildcat" and expanded her activities to include homeless outreach. At present, she focuses her efforts in downtown Boston and surrounding communities, but also patrols smaller cities as far north as Concord, N.H. In addition, she attends area comic cons to spread goodwill and patrol for disorder, and to deter sexual assaults.
Since she is autistic, Black Wildcat is a passionate activist for autism acceptance. She has spent a great deal of time on social media advocating for both children and adults on the autism spectrum, although she has faced criticism from other RLSHs for reaching excessive levels. She aspires to become a pro-autism blogger whilst continuing to watch over the impoverished people of the northeastern U.S.