You notice a small fleck of blue in the bushes, and go to examine it. But as you draw near the speck disappears. Determined that this is the mystery animal that Gwyene had written about, you pull the thick branches of the bushes apart, and find... a basket!
Utterly confused, you pick up the basket, and examine it. You feel something moving inside, but for some reason you restrain yourself from pulling the blanket back. Suddenly, out from underneath the blanket pops a little blue creature, with a small object in its mouth.
It looks up at you innocently, before nudging you with the object. You take the parcel from it, and realize that it is a book, probably Gwyene's log on the creature. It is bound in a soft blue material, almost as soft as the creature itself, you realize, as you stroke its head. You open it up, it reads:
Leilira has finally come out of her basket. Isn't she adorable? She still has lots of down, and its extremely soft. She likes to play, but is fearful of strangers and at first, was fearful of the phoenixes. But they do a wonderful job taking care of her, and don't let any harm come to her. I don't have to worry about her, she usually stays out of trouble, and is very sweet.
Relodian is so very cute and sweet. He came out only a little after Leilira. He is also very well behaved, and very kind. He looks after Leilira as well as she looks after him, I do not know which one is older. Relodian is very smart, and a wonderful orienteer. He has not once gotten lost in his new home, and keeps Leilera from becoming lost as well.
After finishing, you hand the book back to Leilira, who dashes back under the blanket only to appear a moment later without it. She drops out of the basket, and sits on you lap, nudging your hand, wanting affection. You gently stroke the little angel for a few minutes, she makes a satisfied sound that could be a mix of cooing and purring. You wonder where the other one, Relodian, could be, perhaps he had gone off somewhere, or was frightened of you, being a newcomer.
But you had just thought it when who should come bounding out of the bushes but a little ball of brown fur. You recognize him immediately from the picture, call out his name. He bounds over to you, and, like Leilira, jumps into your lap and waits for you to pet him as well. Your attention divided between the two, you are gradually surrounded by the happy purring sound that they make. Satisfied and getting sleepy, the two little Zya's both clamber back into the basket, which you slowly and carefully put back into the bushes and get up to leave.
As you begin to walk away, you feel something soft rubbing up against you, and something sharp digging into your ankle. You look down, and see Leilira, holding what appears to be a flower, and both her and Relodian looking up at you. You bend down and take the blue rose from her, a gift from them to you, to remind you of them, and their secret place. Then they dash back into the bushes, tails wagging happily behind them.