I don’t think I want a fanatical monster as a pet or companion. I don’t like fanatics in general, because they never let you have the last word. Magical beast? Another story. I love the look of the tabbybirds, but they are scary to have around the house. They always get stuck on furniture or knock things up with their tails. Most mythical animals need more space than I have in my one-bedroom apartment, and I’m pretty sure my neighbors will object if I try to keep a chimera in the backyard. Or a unicorn. Unicorns are very aggressive, and I lost the main attraction that kept them calm years ago.
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I read a version of Baba Yaga where she once had a cat with wings. That sounds incredibly cute, but when I think about the mischief an average cat can get into, the idea for a pair of wings really doesn’t seem right. Imagine a winged cat with zoomies! Now the Cheshire Cat? That’s another story, though all that fading can be unsettling. It could at least end a conversation, though I doubt it would have a half chance of being too fanatical. How about a crow-like Hugin or Munin? I guess they came as a couple. They can have neighborhood freedom, come to their front porch every day at feeding time, and share their wisdom. They can shout insults at the African Gray in the apartment downstairs, who will give his all.