The Wocky (WOCK-ee) are one of many different species that exist in Neopia. As a general rule Wockies are bold and adventurous. They are often the first to explore new territories and dare to do things that other species would rather not.
Wockies are not native to any specific region of the world, having a keen sense for exploration and a coat that keeps out most kinds of harsh weather. They apparently have a heightened sense of smell, something that would be hard to guess looking at their small noses, as well as very sharp visual perception and good hearing, making them all-round alert and observant pets.
Site description: "Wockies are brave, adventurous Neopians. They love to explore new territory and discover hidden treasures." 
Wockies look like Persian Cats with uncurled squirrel tails with a neck ruff.
The basic design of the Wocky has changed fairly little over the years, but the ruff has shortened and more fluffy fur has been added to the brush, which in the earliest art looks like the Aisha's thick but sleek tail.
They come in 56 different styles. Those styles are the following:
Some colours of Wockies were exempt from auto-conversion when Neopets updated the pet art.
The original Wocky had a very lumpy outline and a very wild looking purple mane. Wockies were later redrawn from the front, with smoother outlines and mischievous grins on their faces. On March 25, 2004, the Wocky was later redrawn from the side to match the perspective of the other Neopets.
- Wock 'Til You Drop
- Clara Chatham
- Edgar Percival Clarke
- Auction Genie
- Lanie and Lillie
- Vonde Cayle
- Winberto Seliz
- XL Striker 3.8
- MAGAX: Destroyer
- MAGAX: Destroyer II
- Wicked Wocky Wobble
- Extreme Potato Counter
- Guess the Weight of the Marrow
- Dungeon Dash
- Interestingly, TNT for some time confused the predatory habits of the Lupe and the Wocky; they knew that one pet was in the habit of eating Chias but apparently had not yet decided which it should be. The site references to Wockies chasing Chias have been removed, but you may still find one or two in the very oldest issues of the Neopian Times.