A few years ago, I decided to add a special something to one of my favorite collections. My uncle found this special baby for me, I’d always wanted one. I could definitely consider this to be one of my personal Holy Grails. Curious? Then read further to find out!
That’s right my uncle found me the holiest of grails for collectors, a kitten. I’d never had one before and I was so excited to be able to add her to my collection.
This is my Kuja. She’s a super limited edition version. Only one of these was ever made. She’s a long haired monster of a pudgeball now. She’s super mega cute. Her color scheme is all over the place. She features dark and light greys, white, a little bit of black and some light brown.
She has ginormously huge green eyes. The little bit of light reflecting off of them was a very nice touch. Her eyes have a dark outline around them, it kind of looks like kohl. Definately a nice bit detailing there.
In the right lighting her eyes are the most gorgeous shade of green and have a nice bit of yellow highlighting. The light grey fur over top her eyes just makes the dark outline stand out even more.
Strangely enough her nose and mouth have the same dark outline has her eyes. Directly under her nose and mouth there are tufts of light brown fur. This seems to be an odd choice of colors since it’s the only brown on her.
Kuja has ridiculously long whiskers. They’re long enough that they droop down drastically at the points. Also on the pointlessly long note, there’s her ear fur. It’s so super long you can twirl it around a finger tip.
At the base of her ears there’s this strange bald spot. You see it there right by her temple? None of the other cats in my collection have this, just her.
Because of her unusual greyish brown coloring she has an amazing ability to look dirty no matter what. Even after you’ve given her a gentle cleaning.
I wish you could feel this through the screen, but through some amazing craftsmanship she’s actually fluffier than a mofu mofu towel! That is really impressive!
This version of Kuja comes with her infamous weapon. Her tail, she uses it as a deadly weapon, crashing it wildly into anything her heart desires. It looks suspiciously like a feather duster if you ask me.
These exclusive Kuja’s can more often than not be found in hard plastic containers like the one featured here.
She fits snugly into the plastic shell, but you don’t have to worry about the snug fit too much as a loud rumbling sound frequently accompanies this position.
Your Kuja does require daily recharging. She can use hard cat food, tostitos, most meats, and onions.
If you have the exclusive Sullivan than the Kuja will make room in her blister back for him. It’s kind of like sharing a base. They look adorable together. Perfect boyfriend and girlfriend.
If you no longer have a plastic container to store the in Big In Japan boxes work exceptionally well too.
The extreme cute factor of this Kuja may however make you late to work frequently when she sleeps on your shoes. I hope yu all enjoyed this edition of Tiny Treasures!