The purrfext addition to any household, the custard cream cat brings not only love and affection, but also a soothing, vanilla scent.
— 'Ma' Bonnie Appetit, Culinarian Explorer
The custard cream cat is a breed of domestic cat known for their cute appearance and the sweet, warm scent they emit.
General Location: Lactasia
Parent Species: Cat
Lifespan: 15-20 years
Average Size: 17-21 inches
Weight: 7 to 10 pounds
Custard Cream Cats
Custard cream cats are a beloved pet breed in the kingdom of Lactasia. With their round faces and soft, fluffy fur, they are easily distinguishable from other cat breeds, like the green cactus cat. These cats are known for their affectionate demeanor and docile nature, making them ideal pets for families or individuals who want a low-maintenance companion.
Cream Always on Hand
One of the unique features of the custard cream cat is its abilitiy to produce a sweet, creamy substance from their tails. This substance, known as custard cream, is used as a popular topping for desserts in Lactasia and nearby kingdoms like Frizzle. The custard cream produced by these cats is a highly sought-after ingredient and used in a variety of sweets from cakes to pastries to ice cream. Purebred custard cream cats are becoming harder to come by but they produce the most refined cream.
A Dream Pet
I wish I could own a custard cream cat, but my cocodile won't allow it. They are a fascinating breed with its signature scent and an ability to bring comfort to those around them. It's become surprisingly easy to get your own custard cream cat nowadays, but there are conmen selling mutts as purebred, so keep an eye open.
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Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull
Eeee, I want one. I don't even mind if it is not a pure bred one!
Ahahahah I *specifically* wouldn't want a pure bred one! Gimme the lil custard cream cat with chocolate chip shorthair spots <3
Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull
Oh my gooooosh. <3