Pedigrees are rarely seen outside of Eden. They are a special sub-category of hybrid that have been selectively bred to produce a sustainable population and are technically considered new species unto themselves. A breed of pedigree is not allowed to have anymore than three animals mixed together.


Known Carrits

Ancestors: Rabbit, House Cat, Ferret

Physical Characteristics: Typically posses a lean, muscular build, with a sleek tail, both gained from their ferret ancestors. Their ears are long, like a rabbits, and may either hang down, and be rather floppy, with only their bases moving, even when agitated, or point stiffly straight up, and moving frequently.


Their feline traits are more subtle, revealed only in sharp claws, and long whiskers, and usually slitted eyes. Their coat can be any color or pattern common to house cats, along with abnormal colors that have been bred into thropes, although these colors are less common.

Behavior: Carrits act most like felines, aloof, and tending to be capable of fending for themselves, however, like ferrets, they do desire company, seeking out companionship both in humans, and in other thropes. These traits were desirable, and were bred for in their creation. In fact, the only real trait they gain from their rabbit ancestors is a tendency to curl up and nest in things, be it blankets, papers, clothing…

Origins: Carrits were bred with the intention of creating a pet that could fend for itself, even when young, and still readily desire companionship. These traits were found in cats and ferrets respectively, and bred through admirably, rabbits only being added to the mix to tone down the predator instincts gained from their other ancestors. They've since become a fairly common pet for lower to middle classes, since they, while the make excellent pets, also make excellent pest control.


Known Ligears
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Ancestors: Lion, Tiger, Bear Oh My!

Physical Characteristics: Generally very muscular in build, ligears are incredibly large; as large, if not larger, than most humans. They have non-retractable claws and short stubby but tufted tails. Males develop a mane which can range from thin and barely noticiable to full. Their pelts take over their feline heritage and come in a long range from solid, to varying darkness of stripped, spotted, or a combination thereof. Their colors generally range from cream, brown, black or orange, however common unusual colors can include white and blue.

Behavior: Ligears generally tend to bond closely to only one family whom they become incredibly loyal and fiercely protective of. To outsiders they generally tend to be very wary and quiet. They have a tendency to be aggressive and are often considered high risk.

Origins: Ligears were bred for security purposes, being used as bodyguards and safeguards, but due to their strength and size can sometimes also be found being used for heavy labor. They're rarely seen as pets.

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