I recently discovered that, in addition to man 👨 pages, some UNIX documentation is also available as cat 🐈 pages. (Cf. this question: What is the deal with mandb and stray cats?)
NAME catman - create or update the pre-formatted manual pages SYNOPSIS catman [-d?V] [-M path] [-C file] [section] ... DESCRIPTION catman is used to create an up to date set of pre-formatted manual pages known as cat pages. Cat pages are generally much faster to display than the original manual pages, but require extra storage space. The decision to support cat pages is that of the local administrator, who must provide suit‐ able directories to contain them. The options available to catman are the manual page hierarchies and sections to pre-format. The default hierarchies are those specified as system hierarchies in the man-db configuration file, and the default sections are either the colon-delimited contents of the environment variable $MANSECT or the standard set compiled into man if $MANSECT is undefined. Supplying catman with a set of whitespace-delimited section names will override both of the above.
My question is: what are the commands available to display cat pages?