Skyval (Neofelis Quasiavis) is a winged feline originally from Africa, which initially developed wings to glide, such as with the flying squirrel. This increased the distance and efficiency of their attack. The wings are controlled in conjunction with the front legs: wings up when the legs are back and wings down when the legs are forward. The coat is adapted to pass air in one direction and your body is slimmer and lighter than other wild cats, to facilitate flight. Its name is a contraction of Sky and Serval (medium-sized wild cat also originally from Africa)
The feline was worshiped in ancient Egypt by Bast followers, for hunting lesser minions of Seth (rodents, birds and snakes). The cult of the Animal came to ancient Greece, where the creature represented the hunting goddess Artemis and the winged goddess of victory Nike. With the popularity of monotheistic religions, they considered the animal as a source of evil omen for its habit of hunting in the night, the animal began to be pursued leading to almost complete extinction, which facilitated the infestation of Europe by the Black Death.
This illustration was made in Sketchbook for Android for Hero Challenge: Perfect Pet. Comments are welcome.
Update: some small twiks in GIMP.