A cat or a dog breed you think should exist, but doesn’t (yet)
The Matcha-cat breed or felinusviridis
At the moment humans only have one exemplary of this newly discovered breed. It is living in England, although the exact cannot be revealed here, and its humans have declared that the cat is already showing distinctive traits of its mysterious breed: squeaking instead of meowing, an affinity for nearly human facial expressions and a deep interest in laser lights and moving leaves. The Matcha-breed recognises that humans are feeble creatures in need of protection thus it chooses to sleep on human bellies, backs or bums, always ready to attack possible intruders. Lastly, a true Matcha-cat breed prefers to be beside humans, but at a safe distance since it doesn’t particularly appreciate human fingers on its silky coat.