Pokémon come in many different shapes and sizes. They can be small and cuddly or giant and ferocious. Pokémon shouldn't be judged by their appearances since the majority of Pokémon are friendly and loyal to their trainers. If a trainer has hate in their heart, there is a strong chance their Pokémon will share the same feelings.
Hopefully, this list inspires you to try to catch these Pokémon. If they don't bring you happiness, perhaps you can trade them to someone else. A Pokémon can turn a bad day upside down. Without further ado, these are the 10 most adorable Pokémon. Enjoy!
This baby Electric Pokémon was first introduced in the second generation of Pokémon games. If Pikachu wasn't already adorable enough, Pichu may be even more so. Since the day Pichu released, its design hasn't changed. Pichu is still the same loveable and adorable pocket monster that he or she has always been.
Through breeding a female and a male Pikachu—or Pikachu and a Ditto—Pichu will be born from an egg. Drop a female and male Pikachu off at the daycare, and one day, Pichu will be born.
Don't be fooled by Mew's cuddly looks; Mew was once one of the most powerful Pokémon in the game. Since then, however, numerous Pokémon have taken its place. Part of Mew's personality is being affectionate and caring. Large blue eyes and a pink exterior make Mew radically awesome.
As a Pokémon that can learn any TM, HM, or move from the Move Tutor, owning a Mew is highly advantageous. Mew's personality is cuddly and cute, but Mew is also highly intelligent. Possibly a cross between a rabbit and a cat, Mew is one pink Pokémon that can only be described as adorable.
Pokémon Eevee can evolve into many different forms. Once it evolves once, however, it can't change form. It is possible for a Pokémon to devolve in the manga, but in the Pokémon games, it is impossible. Eevee can evolve into Pokémon such as Espeon, Umbreon, Sylveon, Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon, Leafeon, and Glaceon. With so many evolution possibilities and a warm, cuddly appearance, Eevee is a desirable Pokémon to many. You can obtain an Eevee in the new Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! where players start the game with an Eevee.
This Pokémon can be found in treetops, and it's fairly obvious that the design of Emolga is based on a flying squirrel. It uses its wings to glide to different trees. Its yellow patches on its cheeks are reminiscent of Pikachu. Also, Emolga has the same cheery eyes as Pikachu.
Of course, Emolga is a cute Pokémon who makes this list. Living in treetops, this Pokémon grills its food consisting of berries and small bugs by zapping its food with electric shocks. This Pokémon, which was introduced in Generation V, does not evolve into any Pokémon.
Without a doubt, Fennekin would do well in Pokémon Sapphire's Poké Contest based on cuteness. Fennekin is a newer Pokémon that made its first appearance in Pokémon Generation VI. As a Fire-type Pokémon, Fennekin is capable of learning powerful moves like Fire Blast, Psychic, and Flamethrower. It is possible to evolve Fennekin into a Braxien at level 16.
Fennekin is based on the design of a fox. Its ears spew out hot air that is over 390 degrees Fahrenheit. Sometimes Fennekin is temperamental, but this can be avoided by obtaining badges.
It is widely known that Jigglypuff can sing. In the Pokémon anime and the Pokémon games, Jigglypuff uses the "Sing" technique in one way or another. Jigglypuff's large bright eyes make Jigglypuff an especially cute Pokémon. In Generation I of Pokémon and other games, Jigglypuff can be found near Vermillion City in Route 5. Jigglypuff appears as a fighter in the Super Smash Bros. game series. It was ineffective in the early Super Smash Bros. games, but since then, her character has been buffed by the game's developers.
Charmander is a Fire-type Pokémon capable of evolving into a Charmeleon, and later, a Charizard. Although Charmander is not nearly as powerful as its later evolution forms, it is exceptionally cute—maybe the cutest Pokémon.
The first time we saw a Charmander in the Pokémon anime, its trainer had abandoned it in the cold rain. Sadly, when a Charmander's flame goes out, it passes away. Fortunately, Ash and friends found Charmander and brought it to the nearest Pokémon Center for treatment. Pokémon abuse by trainers is never okay.
In the first episode of Pokémon, which had the title "I Choose You!", Gary selects Squirtle as his Pokémon. Gary boasts that his Pokémon is the best without knowing Ash's Pokémon, Pikachu.
Squirtle is based on the design of a turtle but differs in several ways. It uses its shell in battle and while sleeping. Its shell is Squirtle's most valuable asset. Squirtle can be hard to locate, but it can sometimes be found near lakes and ponds. Squirtle is a charming Pokémon that is a good fit for any trainer.
Vulpix can become an Alolan Vulpix when it is given an Ice Stone. When it is given a Fire Stone, Vulpix changes into a Ninetales. The transformation makes Vulpix turn white and blue. An Ice Stone was introduced in Generation VII, so it's possible that Ice Stones are exclusively found in the Alolan region.
Vulpix is, without a doubt, a good-looking Pokémon. Using Fire attacks is Vulpix's specialty. It is capable of controlling Fire attacks with remarkable preciseness. Vulpix is a fox Pokémon like Fennekin.
Before Pokémon Generation VI, Togepi was considered to be a Normal-type Pokémon. Now, Togepi is categorized as a Fairy-type Pokémon. Togepi was the first Pokémon to hatch from an egg in the animated series.
Togepi acts like a baby and is not very powerful in battle. It is the first-stage form of Togetic and Togekiss. After hatching, it remains inside its broken eggshell. Once it evolves, Togepi has a significant increase in stats, and this raises even further when it transforms into its final form, Togekiss.