A Little Nya is a small, fluffy, hand-sized creature with four stubby legs, pointed ears, large eyes, and fur like velvet. They're about five inches in height and seven in length, and colored completely black; it should be noted however that some mutations (like tufts of hair on their head, small tails, or eye/fur color changes) can occur.
Fur Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
- Ears: Small Cat Ears
- Tail: No Tail
Natural Distinguishing Marks: Short velvet-like fur, Oversized Chibi eyes, Tiny little stumpy legs
(Disclaimer: These are general guidelines only. Your Nya may be completely different)
Strengths: Irresistible cuteness, Loyalty, Very portable, Relaxing singing, Fun, Protective of its human
Weaknesses Or Flaws: Size hinders its Guard-Nya ability, Often uses cuteness to get out of trouble (Not really a weakness, more of a bother to its human), Scratching the top of its head renders it in a state of bliss and therefore unable to move, Sometimes too overprotective of its human, Chases after cat toys
What Causes Happiness: Its human, Having the top of its head scratched, Making its human happy
What Causes Sadness: Being ignored, When its human is sad
What Causes Fear: Being abused or mistreated
What Causes Anger: Being abused or mistreated, Its human being harmed in any way
- It often purrs, mewls, ‘Nyas’, licks its human’s cheeks, nuzzles, and sings ‘Nya’ when happy; growls when angry or threatened; whimpers when hurt or afraid. It can also speak in a ‘Chibi’ way, or like a normal person, but it prefers to make sounds.
- It enjoys ‘scuttling’ down people’s shirts and wriggling around to tickle them.
- It is incredibly loyal to its human and will try to please them at any cost, but it does tend to have a cheeky streak and it won’t hesitate to try its human’s patience if it can.
- It likes to wear clothes - especially bows/bowties - but it’s just as comfortable wearing absolutely nothing.
If you would like to adopt a (plush) Little Nya of your own, please click the button below.