Excerpt from a lecture by esteemed Minicat scholar, Professor Butterbon: "Fire Minicats have much flashier colors than the others. Their tendency to stick out sometimes gets them in trouble, which just goes to show, good looks really can be a double-edged sword. Trust me, I can relate."
Excerpt from a lecture by esteemed Minicat scholar, Professor Butterbon: "Anyways, where was I? Oh, right. So, once evolved, Pixicats start communicating with their antennae, similar to humans' sign language, but with antennae. Let me demonstrate."
"Professor, I think we all get it. Could you...stop?"
Excerpt from a lecture by esteemed Minicat scholar, Professor Butterbon: "Pixicats evolve into Meowings. Note that the plural is just Meowings, and not Meowingses, although Meowingses is much more fun to say. Meowingses...Anyways, you've probably seen them at hospitals. Their dust is used to heal, and is even being developed into consumer medicine. Meowingseses..."
"We get it, Professor."
"A Minicat's element can be determined by its color and the designs on its body. Water Minicats prefer humid regions, and can generally be found near lakes or oceans. However, they can sometimes stink of fish, so be prepared if you hope to raise one yourself."
-Letter #5 from M. Martinez to his junior colleague, Master Tiru.
"You can finally relax a little after evolving your Minicat into a Pixicat. Now that it's got arms, it can do most things on its own. It still hates bathes, though, so one trick is to spray mint freshener in the air to disorient it, and then bathe away!"
-Letter #16 from M. Martinez to his junior colleague, Master Tiru.
"You've already evolved it to a Meowings?! That was quick. You should bring it by sometime! It's good to take them out with you often; if they stay inside too much, they just might lose use of their wings! Ha ha."
-Letter #25 from M. Martinez to his junior colleague, Master Tiru.
This Astromon uses its large ears as wings. Their cute appearance makes them popular as pets. They are also regularly employed in medical fields thanks to the healing effects of their dust.
Now more human in form, a Pixicat's wings enable it to fly more freely than in its Minicat form. Its healing powers also increase and can heal even serious wounds, given enough time.
Fully involved into its final, fairy-like form, this Astromon's warm personality make it a great help to any master. However, it has difficulty coping with stress, so it is a good idea to give it time to rest and relax.