I was lucky enough to nab this guy also from the amazing =Kuro-Adopts
The Wolfsky History
The first wolfsky was found deep within the wintery forests in a land amongst almost no other wildlife. Its fur was matted and damp, but it walked with its ears up and tail constantly wagging. Quickly befriending the human that had found it, the wolfsky became a breed to live lives in the wild or as human companions.
Their noses are shorter than the average wolf and their ears larger for much better hearing. Their paws are very furry, matching well with their scruffs and tail. Everywhere they step in their snowy homelands the ice and snow breaks way for grass and flowers.
The pups are born with extremely fluffy coats, abnormally large ears, and even bigger paws. They are extremely clumsy until they reach their teenage size and learn to walk after their mothers, clearing the snow to make way for spring.
As they grow older, their faces grow into their ears and their bodies into their paws. They gain a majestic gait and with it - the attention of all other animals and people.
As a housepet, the wolfsky is a loyal and yet mischievous companion. They adore to stick their muzzles in places they shouldn't be, but when called by the children of the household to play, they come in a heartbeat. They will willingly follow their masters out into the yard to clear out the snow every morning.
All wolfskies have two coats - spring coats are of warm, natural colours while the winter coats are of a much lighter white and yellowish combination.
Sometimes, wolfskies can be found with abnormal markings and this marks that they are of the wild instead of a housepet. However, these markings can only be found on their chest or on their tummies. They are the same colour as the rest of the markings on the animal and sometimes are very difficult to find.
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