It is known that the cutest baby animal in the world is a baby Spinch. Their soft pelts are addictively pettable, and their soothing purr has long been established to reduce stress and anxiety. For these reasons the Spinch is an extremely sought after species and the poaching and trading of their offspring has dominated the pet industry for decades. The baby Spinch is in a constant state of peril.
By the time the Spinch reaches adolescence its glands begin to emit a foul odour and its cuteness factor is significantly lowered. A mature Spinch is no longer valued as a desirable commodity. It is the role of the adult Spinch to protect its young from the intergalactic pet collecting community.
The fully-grown Spinch possesses powerful abilities to face all predators. It has been recognized as the fastest living mammal on record, with the capacity to jump farther and climb higher than any animal in its genus. Normally a peaceful creature, the Spinch is considered, when instigated, to be a very
dangerous animal, especially when it perceives a threat to its young.