If you've ever wished you could change the vanilla minecraft animals to be cuter, you might enjoy my resource pack! This resource pack adds a new model and texture for each of the animals– which will function as normal. Now includes wolves, both fox variants, chickens, cows, mooshrooms, cats, rabbits, sheep, pigs, and saddled pigs.
A HUGE thank you to the creators of GIMP and Blockbench for making this all possible!
You will still be able to lead, milk, breed, and hunt the animals as normal with this resource pack! This resource pack will not disable xbox achievements. If you decide that you dislike my version of these animals, that’s ok you can just remove the resource pack from your world and everything should be fine. I will update the pack with more creatures in the future. I hope you enjoy this pack!
Click this spoiler to see pictures of all the animals
– Changes –
For the Parrots:
Added a completely new model for the Vanilla Parrot
Added more realistic wings, beak, feet, & tail!
Gave each parrot variant a brand new texture, including an optional Cockatoo texture (replaces the Cockatiel, install instructions below)
Added a more lifely & lifelike dance animation with small variants based on real-life parrot dancing!
Each parrot texture is now based on it’s real life counterpart:
The red parrot variant is based on the Scarlet Macaw
The blue parrot variant is based on the Hyacinth Macaw
The turqouise/light blue parrot variant is based on the Blue-and-Gold Macaw
The grey parrot variant is based on a Cockatiel
The (optional) Cockatoo variant is based on a real-life Cockatoo
For the Wolves:
Gave the wolf a complete makeover, added much more realistic ears, a lower jaw, teeth & tongue Made the back legs have a more realistic/natural angle Changed the leg distance and the upper & lower body size Made the wolves a 3D realistic collar which includes a small golden tag under the throat area Added an angry animation, a “begging” animation, and some ambient animations like tail wags, ear flicks, & panting
For the Foxes:
Completely changed the fox’s appearance to look more true-to-life Tried to make the fox look more cute and less “derpy” Added a model variant for the Arctic Fox since in real life they are smaller/stubbier than Red Foxes. They have smaller ears and shorter legs, tail, & muzzle! Gave each a more realistic texture Ensured that the sleeping foxes would lay their ears back just like in real life Revamped all animations to ensure they would work with the new models
For the Chicken:
Revamped the chicken model (yet again!) Gave the chicken a more realistic beak, comb, and wings Added a tail Gave the texture an upgrade Made the comb smaller and the feet more chicken-like Changed the angle of the body & neck/chest to be at a more natural angle Made sure babies wouldn’t have a comb or wattle until adulthood
For the Cow & Mooshroom:
Added a nose, ears, and tail to the cow. Changed the horns an udder to be more aesthetically pleasing. Created a new texture based on a real life breed of cattle called an Ayrshire. Created a new texture for the red & brown Mooshroom variants based on my version of the vanilla cow
For The Sheep
For the Sheep:
Created a new model and texture for the sheared sheep Modified the existing texture for Unsheared sheep Added ears, a nose, and a face & tail only visible when the sheep is sheared!
For The Pigs
For the pigs:
Completely remodeled the pig adding a nose, ears, and tail Created a new texture Slightly resized Created a saddle model & texture for the pigs when saddled
For The Cats
For the cats:
Added better ears, whiskers, and tiny little kitty paws! Raised the cat’s tail to a more natural, cat-like position Changed the color of the two yellow-eyed cat’s pupils so they look more natural Color corrected the two black cats (All Black & Tuxedo) so they were actual black and not a shade of dark purple
For The Rabbits
For the Rabbits:
Added a muzzle and improved the angle and size of the ears Changed each texture to be more realistic Made sure the eyes were more normal looking instead of two freakish lines on the front of the face
If there’s any model you don’t like, feel free to leave a comment and I will post each model to you can download each separately.
Please do not change, copy, claim as your own, or redistribute without my permission. If you link to my addon for a review or info, please link to this page.
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Download Link #1
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Download Link #2 (Just in case you can't get past Link #1)
Installation Guide for Android, iOS (not iOS 13), & Windows 10
Step 1. Click the link provided and skip the ad when possible. Download the file from MediaFire (after you pass the ad) by clicking the green button in the center of the page that says "Download"
Step 2. Tap or click on the file named "CuterVanillaAnimals1.3.1.mcpack" to open in Minecraft Bedrock
Step 3. Open Minecraft and apply the resource pack to a new or existing world, make sure this pack is the highest in the order hierarchy.
Step 4. Open your world and enjoy your new, cuter creatures!
Installation Guide for iOS 13
Step 1.Click the link provided and skip the ad when possible. Download the file from MediaFire (after you pass the ad) by clicking the green button in the center of the page that says "Download"
Step 2. At the top right corner of Safari there will be a circled arrow, tap the circled arrow then tap the “zip” file. That should take you to a built in iOS called “Downloads”
Step 3. Tap the zip file in the “Downloads” app, and press the arrow coming out of the square at the bottom left of the screen.
Step 4. A few options will come up but only press “Copy”, then press “Done” at the top left of the screen it takes you to.
Step 5. Navigate to your Minecraft folder in Files by pressing “Browse”
Step 6. Press “On my iPad” then “Minecraft”, next you will press “games” then “com.mojang” finally press “resource_packs”
Step 7. Press and hold an area away from all the files and folders in the “resource_packs” file, options should come up like “Paste”, “New Folder”, “Scan Documents” & “Info”
Step 8. Press “Paste” and you should be good to go!
Step 9. Open Minecraft and apply the resource pack to a new or existing world, make sure this pack is the highest in the order hierarchy.
Step 10. Open your world and enjoy your new, cuter creatures!
Cockatoo Installation Guide
The Cockatoo skin is COMPLETELY optional. It is not required for the other pack to work.
If you prefer the Cockatoo to the Cockatiel, download both packs in the links above.
Apply both to your world, ensuring that the Cockatoo pack is higher in the pack hierarchy. This should replace the grey parrot variant (Cockatiel) with the Cockatoo.
Yes! Thank you very much. This resource pack is suitable for 1.13 and 1.14. Please don't post this pack on your website unless you provide my exact download links, (above) and link back to my twitter. Thank you