Minecraft: The 15 Cutest Mobs, Ranked
The variety of mobs in Minecraft is plentiful, and there are so many scary ones it can be hard to keep track. However, occasionally Mojang adds an adorable little creature into the game that players just can't get enough of. After all, cute animals are a fan favorite topic for most people, and Minecraft players are no different.
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Most of these sorts of mobs roam around the overworld and are there just to be appreciated. Yet, some can be tamed and turned into adorable pets, whereas others can be food. Hopefully, though, you have another source of nutrition as these sweet creatures deserve better than that. Plus, it's hard to conjure up the courage to kill them anyway. Don't agree? Just look at all of their cute faces.
Updated March 17th, 2021 by Ben Jessey: When Minecraft was released, it only included a handful of mobs. Since then, though, more and more of them have been added to the game. Some of which are very adorable. This was the reason we created this list about cute mobs in the first place.
However, we only left space for ten, which isn't enough to showcase all the cuteness that inhabits the blocky world. So, we've decided to add several of the adorable creatures that were omitted last time. It puts more of the lovely mobs in the spotlight, plus it gives fans more critters to gush over. Thus, everybody wins.
15 Dolphin, The Graceful Treasure-Hunter
For some time, the bodies of water in the Minecraft overworld only contained squid and a few fish. However, these days, you can also find beautiful dolphins swimming around.
These majestic creatures can adorably jump out of the water and lead you to treasure chests. Although they don't do the latter for free, they require payment in fish before they'll lead you to valuables. But who wouldn't give up their raw cod or salmon for these intelligent mammals?
14 Baby Llama, The Little Savanna Native
Minecraft's Savanna and Mountain areas have something that all of the other biomes don't: llamas. Whether they're with a trader or in a herd, these creatures are beautiful. Yet, the adults can't match up to their babies.
The little llamas are incredibly adorable. Much of their cuteness comes from their tiny legs, which don't seem enough to hold up their larger body. However, when something is this endearing, logic doesn't matter. Unfortunately, babies are a lot less likely to spawn than grown-ups. But you can take the issue into your own hands by breeding two tamed llamas. All you need is some bales of hay.
13 Baby Polar Bear, The Friendly Cub
Most people don't get the chance to see polar bears in real-life, so it's nice to have them in Minecraft. This is especially true for the cubs, who are among the cutest things ever. With their little paws and big behinds, it warms your heart to see them waddle around.
Although, it can be dangerous to view them up close as the adult bears are very protective of their young. For instance, if you decide to be cruel and hit one of the little guys, all the polar bears nearby will try to give you a beating.
12 Fox, The Adorable Hunter
Not all cute animals are friendly. For instance, foxes run around the Minecraft overworld hunting prey. Thankfully, they don't have a taste for human flesh, so you don't need to worry about them. In fact, you're able to use their keen killing instincts if you tame one.
Once they're your friend, they'll attack most mobs for you and even pick up treasures. Not to mention, they'll warm your heart with their adorable animations. Their sleeping one is particularly endearing.
11 Rabbit, The Bouncing Buddy
More often than not, small things tend to be cute. Their tiny stature somehow makes them more appealing. This goes double for critters that also have big ears and bounce around the place. Of course, this is a description of the little bunnies that roam the Minecraft overworld.
They're just so cute that it's impossible not to fall in love with one when you see them. Unfortunately, some other Minecraft mobs feel differently, and they try to attack the poor helpless animals. Thus, if you see one, make sure to protect it.
10 Slime, The Underground Blob
These little bouncy creatures are quite the sight! When slimes are damaged they break off into smaller versions of themselves. They are found very deep underground, often in caves, and you can create a slime farm to harvest their slimeballs.
The creatures are green, gooey, and have cute little faces. Baby slimes, the smallest version, are extremely adorable, and you will feel bad slaying them just for their slimeballs. Unfortunately, it's necessary to craft many important things, but you'll still always admire this mob for its cuteness!
9 Chicken, The Original Critter
Chickens have been in Minecraft for a very long time and they are one of the most well-known peaceful creatures in the entire game.
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You can kill these cuties to obtain their feathers and meat for cooking. But who would be heartless enough to kill one of these innocent animals? All they want to do is frolic and fly around the Minecraft terrain, is that too much to ask?
8 Baby Villager, The Infant
Although villagers are kind of weird-looking, the baby version of the mob is super cute! It's basically just a human child within the world of Minecraft.
These little babies can be obtained by two villagers breeding. And eventually, the infants will grow into full-sized adults that you're able to trade with. So, if you want your village's population to increase, then you need to get some of these kids. They are indeed the future.
7 Squid, The Tentacle Friend
Squids aren't the first thing players consider when they think about adorable mobs. But further inspection shows that these silly squids are definitely a perfect pet for anyone with a small pond!
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They're certainly not the most interesting mob in the game. Yet, they do have a cute look about them in a wacky way, and many find them adorable. Just try to look these little guys in the eyes and tell them they aren't cute!
6 Turtle, The Shelled Swimmer
Turtles are majestic in real life, and these aquatic animals are even better in the game of Minecraft. Just like real-life turtles, they are green with little limbs to help them move around.
You can start your own turtle farm within the game, and it can be a fun animal to keep as a pet. Make sure to fence them in, though, as they might try to run away - at a leisurely pace.
5 Snow Golem, The Winter Defender
There's no denying that Snow Golems don't provide the same level of protection as the Iron version. Luckily they have a different purpose, which is to warm your hearts with their adorable nature.
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You can obtain one of these little cuties by placing a pumpkin on top of two stacked snow blocks. As their bodies are made out of snow, they're pretty weak. But they're still good companions to keep around. And their adorable pumpkin faces bring great joy to the world of Minecraft!
4 Panda, The Playful Bear
Pandas were a welcomed addition to the game because of their amazing real-life counterpart. Everybody loves a cute baby panda, and Minecraft players are certainly not an exception.
They're fascinating animals, and within the game, they have differing personalities. Some like roll around, others stay laid on their back, and several are perpetually worried. One thing they all have in common, though, is they live around the jungle biome. And they're particularly interested in people holding bamboo.
3 Wolf, The Human's Best Friend
One of the most commonly tamed animals in all of Minecraft is a wolf. It's easy to see why, as they're simple to find in the overworld, and you only need bones to win their heart. Unfortunately, it's never clear how many bones it will actually take to befriend these greedy animals.
It's beneficial to try, however, as these sweet canines can help fight off enemies. And when they're not battling dangerous mobs, they act like adorable domestic dogs.
2 Pig, The Porkchop Pal
Pigs in Minecraft are super cute, especially if they're babies! Their level of adorableness isn't solely based on their physical appearance, either. They make delightful little snorting sounds too.
They can be killed for meat, but why would anybody want to do that to such lovely animals? Hopefully, in the future, more players will see the affection pigs give and stop slaying them. Until that day, everyone else needs to do their part and hide their adorable walking pork chops from enemies!
1 Ocelot, The Wild Cat
The ocelot is another mob that you're able to tame, similar to the wolf. Although the sweet little felines don't fancy bones, they want raw fish. After all, even wild kitties love a good fish!
Once tamed, they no longer flee from you, nor do they despawn. And it's extremely useful to have one nearby while building, as certain mobs are afraid of them, most famously creepers. However, you'd probably want to keep an animal that cute around anyway.
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Minecraft: The Best Animals To Tame (& How To Tame Them)
Between all the mining and crafting, Minecraft leaves a lot of time & space for players to explore the world and get to know its various hostile and passive creatures. Among these mobs are the game's mobs which can be tamed to act as mounts, protectors or simply as pets.
However, taming a mob is no simple task. More often than not, players will need the right items and a pinch of luck to win over an animal's trust. Some mobs are also incredibly hard to find, making them quite a rarity. Here's how to tame the best mobs in the game.
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For now, however, players will have to be satisfied with the first half of Caves and Cliffs, which introduced a couple of new mobs. One of them, in particular, brought in some new gameplay mechanics and features and can be tamed to a degree. Here's what you need to know about the new Axolotl mob.
- Biome: Any dark ocean or body of water
- Food: Bucket of Tropical Fish
Axolotls were added into the game as a way to spread awareness over this nearly extinct species of water-loving lizards. Axolotls spawn in dark waters, and although they can survive on land for some time, they definitely prefer the depths of oceans and any large bodies of water.
Axolotls are predators. They'll attack any other ocean-dwelling mob except for dolphins. They're very useful allies against Guardians and Elder Guardians inside ocean monuments and can be led using a lead made from string and slime balls. They can also be bred with a bucket of tropical fish, but axolotls can't fully be tamed in Minecraft. Just beware: axolotls can be slain by pufferfish.
- Biome: Plains
- Food: Golden Carrots, Golden Apples, Sugar, Wheat, Apple, Hay Bale
The bread and butter of tamed animals is definitely the horse. What sets this one apart from others is the incredible travel time it brings along, provided the player picks out the fastest horse of the bunch. Head over to a nearby plains biome, as those tend to be the best locations to find horses.
Horses differ from donkeys and mules in that they can't actually carry items. They're used purely for travel, and traveling great distances is a vital part of gameplay. To tame a horse in Minecraft, right-click on it with an empty hand to mount it until hearts appear above its head. Do this until the horse stops kicking.
- Biome: Jungle
- Food: Raw Salmon, Raw Cod
The ocelot is one of the hardest animals to tame in the game, mainly because it's such a rare one to find in the wilds. In order to come across one the player first needs to find a jungle biome, which is the ideal spawn location for these elusive feline friends.
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In order to tame an ocelot in Minecraft get some raw salmon or raw cod and approach them slowly while holding the fish in their hand. Feed as much fish as needed to the ocelot, until tiny hearts appear above its head.
- Biome: Forest (all variants)
- Food: Bone, Meats (all variants)
Wolves are probably the most common mob, and therefore an easy one to tame for players. All sorts of forests will usually have a pack of them wandering around, although colder forest biomes have a higher rate of spawning for wolves in general.
Wolves can be tamed using a bone. Even if wolves can be fed meat while still feral, they won't actually be tamed this way. In order to tame a wolf in Minecraft, feed a wolf bones until tiny hearts appear above its head, which will prompt its face to change. A collar will also appear, which can be dyed any of the colors available in the game.
7 Skeleton Horse
- Biome: Any
- Food: Cannot be bred or fed
Want to be the talk of the server and the envy of all other Minecraft players? In that case, boasting a Skeleton Horse is the best way to go. This mount is no doubt the coolest-looking one in the game, simply because of its sheer, bony appearance.
These creatures only spawn during thunderstorms and are usually accompanied by skeletons, which must be first killed before the horse can be tamed. After their previous owners are dealt with, right click on the skeleton horse with an empty hand and hop on its back several times until tiny hearts appear above its head.
- Biome: Jungle
- Food: Wheat Seeds
Players who come across a jungle biome in their world are particularly lucky, not only because of ocelots but also because of parrots. These little birds have the ability to mimic other mobs, which might be a frightening experience, but also incredibly cool.
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Parrots come in a variety of colors, and they can be tamed with regular seeds. To tame a parrot in Minecraft hold a seed in the right hand and right-click on a parrot until tiny hearts appear above its head. The parrot will likely land on the player's shoulder as well when tamed, which makes for a cool effect.
- Biome: Taiga and its variants
- Food: Sweet Berries, Glow Berries
Foxes are super unique mobs due to their ability to carry items in their mouths. They also curl up to sleep and can move quickly through sweet berry bushes. However, they sprint quite fast and are exclusive to cold forest biomes like taigas, making them a difficult mob to catch and tame.
Adult foxes cannot be tamed in Minecraft, but they can be bred using sweet berries. The baby fox produced will then trust the player, and a lead should be used to pull it away from its parents and to stop it from following them rather than the player themselves. The challenge here is actually catching two adult foxes.
- Biome: Plains
- Food: Golden Carrot, Golden Apple, Sugar, Wheat, Apple, Hay Bale
Those wondering what the difference between a mule and a donkey is, this mob is basically the result of a donkey and horse being bred. They're a tricky mob to have due not being able to breed with other mules, but they still make for great carriers and decent mounts.
Mules can be distinguished by their typically brown coloring in the wild, which sets them apart from donkeys. With an empty hand, right-click on the mule to get on its back to tame it. At first, it will kick the player off multiple times, but continue doing this and eventually it should have a little heart icon above its head to show it's tamed.
- Biome: Plains
- Food: Golden Carrot, Golden Apple, Sugar, Wheat, Apple, Hay Bale
Donkeys are not fantastic mounts since they all have the same movement speed when ridden, but they are great for storing items and being pulled with a lead. In the wild, they're also easy to recognize and much like mules and horses will tend to spawn in plains biomes.
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In order to tame a donkey Minecraft, right-click on it with an empty hand to mount it. Keep doing this until it no longer kicks, and tiny hearts appear above its head.
- Biome: Savanna, Mountains
- Food: Wheat, Hay Bale
Llamas are perhaps the worst mount in the game, but what they are really useful for is storage. Not just that, many players like to use different colored carpets on their llamas in order to color code their storage in an easy way. To find them, head over to a savanna or mountain biome.
Llamas must be handled with care, due to their ability to attack the player by spitting on them. To tame a llama, right-click them with an empty hand and mount them until they no longer kick and tiny heart icons appear. Keep in mind, again, that llamas can only be lead and used for storage, and riding them is impossible.
1 Cat (Village Stray Variant)
- Biome: Any biome where a village can spawn
- Food: Raw Cod, Raw Salmon
Although ocelots are the original way of getting a cat in the game, stray cats are an easier and more interesting way to get a good variety of different cats easily. Head over to any nearby village, as those are hotspots for stray cats to wander around.
Stray cats will always be afraid of players and quickly run away. However, if approached with raw cod or salmon in hand, they will slowly get closer to the player. Feed the cat raw cod or salmon enough times to tame it until hearts appear above its head.
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Top 5 cutest animals in Minecraft
Minecraft has over 40 different types of mobs, and with every update bringing in new creatures, the list continues to grow. While Minecraft is popularly known for its iconic monsters like zombies, creepers, and Enderman, many animal-type mobs exist.
"Animal" is a broad category in Minecraft that has mobs from various classifications such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals, arthropods, etc. Many in-game animals are friendly to players and kept as pets.
This article shares five of the most adorable animal mobs in Minecraft. Some of them can be rare to find, but they are totally worth searching for.
Cutest animal mobs in Minecraft
Cats are among the oldest mobs in Minecraft. It was added in Java Edition 1.2.1 update and has been a fan-favorite ever since.
One of the best things about Minecraft cats is that they come in various appearances sharing resemblances to real-life cats. Players can find cats similar to their real cats and have them as pets in Minecraft.
Foxes are among the few mobs Mojang added after community voting. At Minecon Earth 2018's, Mojang announced foxes would be part of the taiga biome update if it wins the vote, and it surely did.
Players can find regular orange foxes in taiga and giant taiga forests. In snowy taiga forests, players can find an exclusive white fox. These mobs can hold items in their mouths. On rare occasions, foxes can spawn holding emeralds, rabbit's foot, feathers, etc.
Pandas were added to Minecraft to raise awareness about them. Finding pandas can be tricky since they spawn only jungle biomes, especially in bamboo jungles. Those who don't find pandas cute should try to find playful and weak pandas.
Playful pandas love to move by rolling on the ground. Weak baby pandas can scare adult pandas and make them jump by sneezing. This is funny and cute at the same time.
When talking about cute Minecraft animals, wolves are automatically on the list. These loyal pets are among the first few mobs added in Minecraft. Wolves follow their owners on all adventures and journeys unless they are told to sit.
Players can find wolves spawning in forests, wooded hills, and taiga biomes. In Minecraft, wolves can be tamed by feeding them bones.
Axolotls are one of the newest additions to Minecraft. The 1.17 Caves and Cliffs Part 1 update added axolotls, the first amphibian ever. Ever since its appearance at Minecon 2020, axolotls have become one of the most beloved animals.
After Minecraft 1.17 update launch, most players began their search for axolotls. These adorable creatures can be tough to find since they spawn in water with complete darkness under height level 63. Players can pick axolotls using buckets and carry them in their inventory.
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