You can get them at Norngirl's temporary Storage place.
- They follow and push the hand when bored, lonely, or scared.
- They don't collect gadgets.
- Their genome is based on the C3 Ettin genome.
- The Nornhome is their home and they go there often for comfort, finding a mate, and to combat loneliness.
- They hit grendels when in pain or if they're angry.
- They follow Norns around when bored or lonely.
- They follow their mate when they're ready to breed.
- They follow and push toys.
- In C3, they seek out power-ups.
- They have expressions.
- They have the life-span of a Bondi Norn.
The word Neko originates from Japan meaning "cat" in Japanese. Hence the name, as the Neko Ettins have a cat-like appearance.
In the picture, the male is shown to the left while the female is shown to the right.
Both genders have bells on their necks. The male's hair is shorter than the female's hair, that is the only way to tell them apart by appearance. Both genders have black paws, feet, and ears, yellow tails, bellies, and hair, red fur surrounding the belly, wide-blue eyes, and little red streaks on their faces probably meant to look like whiskers.
Also, Neko Ettins of both genders have the same sprites for all life-stages so babies will be the same size as adults. The same applies to the rest of the life-stages.