Now that we know the Yeti Cat is, in truth, NOT a mythical beast, research has begun anew with renewed fervor. We were most interested to learn that the general appearance of the Yeti Cat has changed considerably since they came down out of the Yeti Trees and began allowing humans to groom their coifs. The rare moment sometimes presents its self and the careful observer can catch a glimpse of the Yeti Cat in his or her natural state. We were fortunate to have the opportunity to capture the ancient Yeti Cat *look* in a sketch. We would like to thank Mythicbells Yeti Cat Buttercup for her help in making this possible.
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