Hi my name is Kyubey
Kyubey (キュゥべえ), also known by its nickname “QB” and ASCII form ／人◕3 ◕人＼, is a mysterious character from the popular fantasy “magical girl” anime series Puella Magi Madoka Magica. Due to the show’s popularity in Japan and Kyubey’s characterization as a deceptive, evil creature with an angel-like appearance, it quickly grew into a target of obsession for the Japanese anime fans and illustrators. According to various accounts, Magi Madoka Magica is one of the most discussed anime series on the Japanese textboard site 2channel, even in comparison to the notorious Haruhi Suzumiya series.
Kyubey is a small, cat-like creature.It has white fur and four ears, one pair representing the average cat and the other similar to those of a rabbit's. It has red eyes and golden rings around the longer ears. At the bottom of the ears it appears that it is separated into three, along with a pink-white fade and three red ovals. These ears seem to be what turns the girls into Magical Girls, as seen when it makes Sayaka's gem. It has a large tail and pointy ears, inside of the ears is dark pink. On it's back is a red egg shape that is able to flip open to remove grief seed Kyubey is a creature who makes contracts with young girls to turn them into "Magical Girls" so that they can fight witches. In this process, the girl makes a wish and Kyubey grants it, but in return, the girl's soul is put in a small gem, which is also the source of their magic. If destroyed, the magic will disappear and the girl will die. If it turns black, like Sayaka's did, the gem will turn into a grief seed and the girl will turn into a witch Much like the rest of it's race, Kyubey does not possess any human emotion. As seen in a later episode, Kyubey refers to Magical Girls' bodies as empty shells when explaining why Sayaka "died" when separated from her soul gem. This may also be why Homura got angry when Madoka threw it. Kyoko claims that it tricked and turned them into zombies, though it wasn't it's intention. It believed that it was doing a good thing, seeing as it was convenient that they were basically invincible.