The Splinter Cat is in a group called fearsome Creatures; They are based on one legendary beast found over much of the Northern America area. These terrifying kitty's are about as large as a Bobcat with a strong muscular neck, broad head that contains nothing of any consequence and a bony skull plate that's harder than a ran's horn. This, unfortunately, causes the creature nasty headaches. Due to the constantly colliding with tree trunks the Splinter Cats regularly have terrible headaches which leave them in terrible moods!
Since they look for the smallest morsels of food that could be hidden in trees, they will climb in a neighbouring tree and hurl itself head-first to mark the tree. It will also hurl into a tree so many times that the poor tree is nothing but a mass of splinters to get to the smallest morsel of food. After eating the strange kitty will take a nap, partly because it's full and partly to sleep off its splitting headache too. [I can understand her headaches heheh] Splinter Cats are nocturnal, you probably won't see one during the daytime forest walks, which is probably a good thing. Because remember it's terrible headaches cause a perpetual foul mood and may require your hasty retreat from the area that the feline might be resting if you happen upon her. This is especially true during the mating season when the males are showing off the female Splinter Cats by destroying as many trees as possible in a frenzied display of strength. Note; if you should meet a Splinter Cat---DO NOT HOLD STILL! what you should do is jump around shouting while spinning your arms like a windmill.
On some occasion kitty's have been found abandoned and have been hand-reared, however before they are even a year old the cats usually cease to be manageable and must be released into the wild. There are a few of these cats have been known to later return to the site of their rearing and even mate with kneazles, creating agile, spined, felines, but they are usually too independent by this point to even be touched or petted by a wix.
I also discovered the Splintercat is famous enough that it has an entire creek named after it, in the Oregon Mountains. It creek is said to be the heart of the Splintercat territory, so the name is only natural. It lies near Mount Hood National Fores which was once heavily logged before being set as protected land in 1883.
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