In Thai's mythology, Phra Inn Sihuhata is a mythical, auspicious creature in ancient northern Thailand that signify good fortunes. It has 4 ears and 5 eyes on its head, the body resembling that of a rat and with Tail of a Cow. The Thai's believed that Phra Inn Sihuhata possessed mystical power capable of turning charcoal to gold. To empower the Phra Inn Sihuhata, one may offer charcoal to enhance its effectiveness.

The fierce outlook of the Phra Inn Sihuhata also suggests that the creature is very aggressive in the accumulation of wealth. As a wealth enhancement, one may placed a Phra Inn Sihuhata at the main door, wealth sector or the cashier to increase business flow and personal luck.