At first glance, pyoka cabbits are chunky and clumsy, their bodies seemingly unfit for physical activity. But appearances can be deceiving, and for a creature that seems to want nothing more than to laze around all day long, the pyoka cabbits are very energic and nimble. They are skinny, their bodies covered in thick, silky fur making them look double their actual size. With soft-looking faces, it's hard to dislike the pyoka cabbits, many of their wrong-doings forgotten when their round eyes peer up innocently at their magi friends. They love sweet treats, often begging for toffees and fruits, poking at people's legs, and mewling whenever they don't receive what they desire. Fortunately, the pyoka cabbits are easy to train and understand that stealing is bad, and such refraining from taking any sweets that don't belong to them. This doesn't mean they won't squeeze in the most unwanted places - such as large fruit salad bowls or toffee jars - leaving their fur on all the sticky treats they touch, thus, assuring their meals.
Interesting patterns adorn this soft-shelled egg.
Pyoka cabbit hatchlings are active little creatures that never seem to sleep. Whenever someone glances towards them, the hatchlings appear to be awake, munching on something or exploring some new space. Their ears are rabbit-like, long, and heavy, preventing them from jumping around. However, many consider this a blessing, as the hatchlings' infinite desire to explore their surroundings can be troublesome. An overly energic hatchling is already hard to look after, even if all the pyoka cabbit hatchlings do is crawl around while dragging their long ears behind them. Having the hatchings jump around excitedly would lead to many unwanted accidents. They gladly accept all the sweet treats they receive and double in size by the end of the first week after hatching. By the time a second week has passed, the hatchlings can sit up on their back legs, now able to support the weight of their long ears, ready to start jumping and cause some chaos.
Pyoka cabbit adults are active during both day and night time. They require little sleep and seem to be in a constant sugar rush from all the sweet treats they ingest. Luckily, they have a fast metabolism and never grow fat, their thick fur already giving them a chunky look. Their long ears no longer bother the adults, and they love to jump around all day long. Now able to sit on their back legs properly, the cabbits will observe attentively as sugary treats are made, begging for little treats. The easiest way to train the adults to not steal or to keep their distance while confectioners work is to offer them plenty of treats. While they may not understand that such things are bad, they realize that stealing and getting in the way means fewer treats for them in the future, so they behave. Even if they aren't exactly fond of pets, they allow people to stroke their silky fur now and again. There are few things the adult pyoka cabbits refuse to do if sweets are involved.
Obtained from: Event, Spring, Retired
Renaming cost: 2000 gold
Release date: April 11th 2023
Breeds with the following:
Ros Pyoka Cabbit + Ros Pyoka Cabbit = Ros Pyoka Cabbit
Ros Pyoka Cabbit + Zel Pyoka Cabbit = Ros Pyoka Cabbit
Ros Pyoka Cabbit + Zel Pyoka Cabbit = Zel Pyoka Cabbit
Ros Pyoka Cabbit + Mel Pyoka Cabbit = Ros Pyoka Cabbit
Ros Pyoka Cabbit + Mel Pyoka Cabbit = Mel Pyoka Cabbit
Sprite art: Mysfytt | Description: Real