Hit Die: d6
1st|+0|+0|+2|+2|Fey Body, Rictus Grin, +1 Dex
2nd|+1|+0|+3|+3|Don't Mind Me, Whispy Voice, Controlled Invisibility
3rd|+1|+1|+3|+3|I'm Really Not Here, Spells of Madness, +1 Dex[/table]
Class Skills: A Cheshire Cat's class skills are Balance, Climb, Diplomacy, Hide, Jump, Listen, Move Silently, and Spot.
Skill Points at 1st Level: (2 + Int modifier) x 4
Skill Points at Each Additional Level: 2 + Int modifier
Weapon and Armor Proficiencies: A Cheshire Cat is only proficient with it's natural attacks.
Fey Body: A Cheshire Cat loses all other racial bonus and gains Fey traits (basically darkvision and low light vision). It is a small sized Fey with a base speed of 30ft, and a climb speed of 30ft, capable of fine manipulation, and two claw attacks that deal 1d4 damage each. At 3rd level, it's claws may count as Chaotic aligned for the sake of bypassing DR. A Cheshire Cat speaks Common and Sylvan.
Additionally, if the Cheshire Cat multiclasses in any class that grants spellcasting, they can can count their Cheshire Cat levels as levels of that class for purposes of CL and for the purposes of learning new spells and getting new spell slots. However, they do not retroactively gain spell slots or new spells for caster levels they did not take, nor do they add their Cheshire Cat level to their character level for the purpose of other class features.
Rictus Grin (Sp): One of the most famous abilities of a Cheshire Cat is to smile so wide it is downright creepy. A Cheshire Cat may cast Lesser Confusion as an SLA a number of times per day equal to his HD. At 5HD level, this becomes Confusion instead. At 15HD level, it becomes Insanity, and he gains the ability to cast Confusion at will, as an SLA.
Ability Increases: At 1st and 3rd level, the Cheshire Cat gains +1 Dex.
Controlled Invisibility (Su): A Cheshire Cat can become wholly or partially invisible at will. Whenever it uses this ability, it can choose the precise portions of its body that become invisible. At 2nd level, it can only make portions of its body invisible, so it gains partial concealment (20% miss chance); At 3rd level it has total concealment (50% miss chance). Activating this ability or changing the degree of concealment it grants is a standard action. A Cheshire Cat often chooses to leave only its smile, which is unusually wide and rather unfeline, visible. At 7HD, a Cheshire Cat may become utterly unseen (As per the Invisibility spell) instead of shades of invisibility, and at 12HD, this becomes Greater Invisibility, as not even the laws of reality can keep a track of you
Don't Mind Me (Ex): At 2nd level, a Cheshire Cat doesn't provoke attacks of opportunity when moving out of threatened squares.
Whispy Voice (Su): At 2nd level, a Cheshire Cat gains Ventriloquisim and Ghost Sound as at will SLA's.
I'm Really Not Here (Su): At 3rd level, A Cheshire Cat can assure reality that it's not really there, and reality is just dreaming. The Cheshire Cat and all its spells cast by it become immune to See Invisibility. At 15HD, they become immune to True Seeing. At 25HD, nothing may find the Cheshire Cat, not even Divine Salient Abilities or other such Epic things.
Spells of Madness (Su): From 3rd level, a Cheshire Cat can cast any spell of a level no higher than 1/2 his HD from the Madness domain twice per day as an SLA, with a CL equal to their HD. DCs are equal to 10 + 1/2HD + Cha Mod.