Faith’s Second SATs Writing | How To Care For A Uniason | Report On A Fictional Creature | [ Completed ]

How to care for a uniason

Uniasons are very magical and mythical creatures, which are a cross between a unicorn, a pegasus and a lion, hence the name uniason. This is an informative report on:

  •  What a uniason looks like
  •  What to feed a uniason
  •  Where a uniason lives
  •  What a uniasons habits are
  •  How to train a uniason
  •  What exercise to give one
  •  How to know when something is wrong
  • How do I know when i’ve seen one?

    Uniasons have a very unique appearance. Their complex colouring consists of nine colours in total. Starting at the head, its long, silky hair is a mix of: hot pink, mint green, cyan and violet. Moving on to the wings, they are many shades of holographic green and blue. Going down to the main body, you can see a variation of light pastel colours, such as pastel pink, pastel blue, pastel green and many more. Going even further down to its hooves, it is visible that they are quite shiny and that is because they are a holographic silver. Lastly, the tail is a lush, grassy shade of green so it can camouflage easily. It also has a cyan horn on top of its head and a heart on the end of its tail, which is used to show emotions.

  • What do I feed it?

    Uniasons are herbivores. This is because they are allergic to all kinds of meat! However, they will fight and kill things if it feels threatened. It is best to feed them:

    However, you must never feed them holly leavesbrambles or nettles as they contain toxins that can be fatal to uniasons. It is recommended to feed them two meals per day, each being the size of an A4 sheet of paper. If you were to overfeed a uniason, it would become ill, be violently sick and have a chance of death. You will need to chop the food into small chunks, as uniasons have very small mouths.

  • Where does it live?

    Having originated in the Amazon, the uniason is used to hot temperatures. these hot temperatures range from 18.72 degrees celsius to 80.94 degrees celsius. Any more than 80.94 degrees celsius will cause your uniason to collapse or die from a heat stroke, but any less than 18.72 degrees celsius will cause your uniason to die form hypothermia.

    Your uniason need to feel at home as you look after it or it will become very homesick and this can affect it both physically and mentally. To prevent homesickness ; surround your uniason with shrubs and rhododendron bushes, but you shouldn’t surround it with plastic / fake versions as this can cause homesickness and can also irritate skin. Don’t be alarmed if your uniason forms a dome around itself with its tail, this is a natural instinct to protect itself from heat and predators.

  • What should my uniason be doing?

    Your uniason has many different habits from chasing mice to breaking things. One of its habits is building domes with its tail to hide in. This habit can be helpful for protection, heat and training. Another habit is to chase and kill mice. This habit is amazing, but there is one downside, your uniason will not eat the mice because it is a herbivore. Another is flying around. this is due to it being part pegasus. Its final habit is breaking things. This is from its lion instincts of shredding corpses to eat, but due to them being herbivores, they like to break inanimate objects instead.

    How do I train it?

    There are three ways to train a uniason, each one strengthening a unique quality.

    The first method is to hide small, scented objects. This helps increase its ability to find food and know when predators are near. This activity is best recommended at meal times, so you ca hide food, however the uniason must be familiar with the smell so it knows when it has found it. This activity should be noticeably effective after 3-6 weeks of hiding at ever meal.


  • The second method is attatching heavy items to its back and taking it on a walk. This method increases strength, whichis helpfull during battles. You must be careful though because too much weight will crush your uniason and cause it to collapse, however too little weight will cause this method to be unaffective. The recommended weight is 1.5kg – 2kg. This method will be affective after 4 – 5 months of daily use.
  • The third and final method is hide and seek. This increases its ability to hide from predators [when hiding] and its ability to find and catch mice [when seeking]. When your uniason is hiding, it should find a place it camoflauges with and form a dome with its tail. When it has been found, you should let it know by tapping the end of its tail lightly.

When seeking you should try and find a place that your uniason can access and end the game when it comes over looks at you and makes a speaking noise. If you refuse to be caught, it will make your uniason become frustrated.

What exercise should I give it?

you should take your uniason on 1 – 3 walks per day. Any less will lower its strength and any more will overtire it. Two walks is the recommended amount. You should only give it one weightlifting walk each day.

How do I know when something is wrong?

Uniasons, who cannot speak English, have their own unique way of letting you know that they need something. The heart on the end of its tail changes colour to show emotions! A strong, vibrant red shows that your uniason is happy and healthy; an orange / golden colour shows that your uniason is healthy, but just wants to play; a blue / turquoise colour means that your uniason needs a walk; a bright yellow or mustard colour means that your uniason is hungry; and a dark or light green means that your uniason is ill. If your uniasons tail is half one colour and half another, don’t worry this is completely normal! It just means thatyour uniason is, for example, hungry and wants a walk.

Why should I do all this?

If I were you, i would do all this beacause if you don’t, your uniason will become incredibly ill and can die quite quickly when they are ill. you should also do this because it will show your uniason that you care for them.


If you have any problems that were not mentioned in this report feel free to call Uniasons Direct on: 0800001066 or alternitivlely, you can visit: HTTPS://UniasonsDirect/trouble-shooting/5987251/


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