What are Honeycomb Cats?
Honeycomb Cats are a feline-based species infused with Honeycomb.
They share a similar Anatomy with a Serval.
The Official Base shows the Honeycomb Cat with the most common traits,
including Honeycomb eyes, inner ears, paw pads, noses,
tail features, and chest orb/plates that are known
to occasionally drip honey.
They also have honey droplets on the tips of their
whiskers and have pure honey tongues.
The life of a Honeycomb Cat
When a Honeycomb Kit is born, it remains inside of a
Honeycomb nest until it is of age to walk.
The Honeycomb Kit will start developing unique
traits and patterns in it's teen years.
Once an Adult, the Honeycomb Cat can wander freely
and collect items.
A healthy Honeycomb Cat can live up to 20 years.
A Honeycomb cat's diet
Honeycomb Cat eat honey, pollen, or infused treats.
Social Honeycomb Cats
Honeycomb Cats are very social creatures.
They commonly interact with other Honeycomb Cats,
domesticated and wild animals.
They are mostly mute, but communicate through Waggle Dance
and small mews. When showing affection, A low buzz
will rise from their throats to mimic a purr.