Don't eat this egg, even though it's sweet and dipping in honey! Kitbee eggs are highly toxic.
A baby Kitbee's life begins less with flying and more with being a part of the hive's honeycomb. As a Kitbee matures, it is able to detach from the honeycomb and become its own independent worker in the hive. During adolescence, they're a part of the daily operations of the hive. In its final evolved stage, though, the Kitbee breaks away from the hive and becomes more like a house cat.