I don't use any mods for Minecraft and I only use the original settings because I'm not really a heavy Minecraft player.. I live in a snow biome and I saw a tutorial for a tree house so I tried to build one with jungle sapplings.. I placed them in a group of four and used six stacks of bone meal and none of them will grow.. I also cantcatame ocelots.. I placed fence all around and fed them fish and sometimes hearts will come out but they wont turn into cats. Also the baby ones won't grow.. I get the green sparks but they never seem to grow no matter how much theyre feed.. The same thing happens with the dogs however they can be tamed.
I bought minecraft about a year ago.. I got the Java edition I don't know if that matters or not. .I have no problem taming cats in pocket edition i havent tried growing jungle trees in a snow biome on pocket edition..
2x2 jungle trees will only grow if there is enough clearance; even blocks like torches and snow layers will prevent them from growing:
2×2 jungle trees require a 5×5 column of unobstructed space at least 11 blocks above the saplings to grow (12 blocks including the saplings themselves). This column is centered on the northwestern sapling. A 3×3 area is required at the base of the tree (the level of the saplings).
As for ocelots, they can only be tamed if you let them approach you on their own while you are holding a fish and you must stand still after coming within 10 blocks of them (instead of trying to chase them down and tame them):
The player can only tame ocelots under the following conditions:
The ocelot must be in "begging for food" mode, characterized by it looking at the player and slowly walking near to the player.
Entering "begging" mode requires that the player is within 10 blocks (Euclidean distance).
If the player is within 6 blocks, the ocelot will exit "begging" mode if the player turns too quickly or moves more than a tiny distance.
If the player is within 6 blocks when the ocelot starts begging, it is likely to decide the player turned too quickly and stop begging on the next game tick.
If the ocelot exits "begging" mode, it won't enter it again for about 15 seconds.
The ocelot must be within 3 blocks of the player.
When all of the above are met, there is still a 2⁄3 chance the ocelot will take the fish without becoming tame. It's possible to tell the difference between the 2⁄3 failure chance and not meeting the other conditions by whether the ocelot emits smoke particles when fed and by whether it can be fed again immediately.
Thank you for the information on the trees, however I am still unable to tame ocelots. I know about them running away I don't have any issues in pocket edition. I can give them fish and they do have hearts coming out but no matter how many fish I feed them they refuse to turn into cats. I'm using regular fish just like I do in pe. I also do it in creative mode so imI not running out of fish.
Hello I have solved the issue of not taming the ocelots. I was doing everything I should have.when feeding the ocelots there were hearts but nothing else. I read online that the ocelots didnt have enough room to be tamed. I waswin creative mode and i made a small fenced area to tame the ocelots. After expanding the fenced area i was able to tame them.