- Alignment: Good / Evil
- Nicknames: None
- Appearance: Wildcats look like wildcats in our world, just bipedal
- Life Span: Most wildcats seem to live longer than most other
creatures- about as long as hares and maybe even badgers.
- Diet: Wildcats eat meat, but Gingevere, a good wildcat, was a vegetarian.
- Typical Personality: Many wildcats are semi-cowardly, and a tad
weak-willed. They tend to be very intelligent and sly, as well as good
leaders (if they're vermin). Personalities range all over, however,
and they can be as cruel as Tsarmina or as gentle as Gingevere.
- Habits: None
- Classification: Species: Felis silvestris
- Other Names: wildcat
- Appearance: Wildcats have gray-brown fur with dark stripes and a
thick, 29cm, blunt-tipped tail. They are about 56 cm long on average,
with males weighing around 5 kg and females around 4 kg. They look very much
like domestic cats, and the species name Felis silvestris is often
used for domestic cats as well as wildcats.
- Life Span: While most die earlier, wildcats can live 10 - 12 years
in the wild.
- Diet: The wildcat eats mostly hares, rabbits, and small mammals,
though they'll also eat birds and fresh roadkill.
- Habitat: Wildcats like areas with varied habitats, such as the edges
of moorlands, with pasture, scrub and forests. They den among boulders
and rocky cairns, or in old fox earths, badgers setts, peat hags, or tree
roots. Territories can be 3 - 10 square km.
- Typical Personality: Wildcats are shy and wary as well as solitary
- Habits: Wildcats are semi-nocturnal, mostly active around dawn and
dusk. They sometimes cache uneaten prey under fallen leaves or
- Life Cycle: Each litter has about 2 - 5 kittens, which are usually
born in May. Wildcats only have one litter a year.
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