The North American woodland Wuzzat is a reclusive creature indigenous to much of the northeastern region of the United States and Canada. Differing from thier cousin species, the urban dwelling Whodats, in both dress and habits, the quiet woodland Wuzzats subsist on a meager diet of evergreens and rain water, though the domesticated Wuzzat can also be fed on peanut butter. Feng shui masters claim that Wuzzats exude a warm, fuzzy energy that stimulates creative thought, and recommend placing them in windowsills, to channel and filter creative energy into your home. Historians say that great thinkers such as Socrates, Chaucer, G.K. Chesterton, and Jim Henson may have been influenced by pet Wuzzats. Your Whazzat was humanely captured as part of an effort to relocate endangered Whazzats from at-risk enviroments.