These rarely glimpsed creatures are known only as Wuzzats, a term coined by those that first glimpsed the tiny beings scamper behind bookshelves. Wuzzats now frequent many environments, escaping the notice of most mortal eyes. Wuzzats are shy by nature. They are fond of the sounds of nature, so place them near the window when it rains. Wild Wuzzats burrow in the winter, so do not be alarmed if your Wuzzat appears sluggish in the winter months. Place him/her somewhere warm and comfortable, and your Wuzzat will be lively and content.
All Wuzzats were humanely captured and relocated from endangered habitats by Ruth Lampi.
Photos of old wuzzats can currently be found here.