Male Hatchling

Male Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Jungle Myrrokatt
Birthday: Monday, February 22, 2021
Owner: Silverdove

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If one wants to tame a myrrokkat, they must start as soon as it hatches. Voracious eaters when young and shockingly independent, these hatchlings will immediately begin honing their hunting skills. Thankfully, they are not as successful as adults, and their instincts can be turned to more constructive pursuits. With proper incentives like balls of magical light that can move as fast and with as much agility as they can, they can be taught to course after it in agility competitions. Keeping a hatchling fed with tasty food is also very important so they do not learn the pleasure of a fresh kill. With enough training and attention, these hatchlings can become valued companions that no longer contribute to the decline of bird species, even if they still possess some wild instincts.

A wilder version of winged cats, myrrokatts are primarily found deep in jungles and forests. The feathers on their legs and tails give them camouflage from any larger predators who may see them as prey, as well as giving them a beautiful appearance that any domestic winged cat would be envious of. They possess twice the leaping ability of a normal feline, and with their wings and cat-like agility, can fly through narrow branches and pull off aerial maneuvers that even most birds can't. While somewhat small, they are wildly successful hunters of their chosen prey, which includes anything from regular mice to other magical creatures found in their territory. Even when not engaged in the chase, they can camouflage themselves with their feathers and ambush prey with ease. Efforts have been made recently to domesticate these creatures and curb some of their hunting instincts, as they have been steadily hunting some species, like the psittarx, to near-extinction.

Sprite art: Mysfytt | Description: Raneth