Collection of stories about cats for children, first published in 1852. According to Wikipedia the author's name (Grimalkin) means "an old or evil-looking female cat. The term stems from "grey" (the color) plus "malkin", an archaic term for a cat, derived from a hypocoristic form of the female name Maud. Scottish legend makes reference to the grimalkin as a faery cat which dwells in the highlands."
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Name: sunblaze Gender: shecat Looks: firey ginger pelt with yellow tabby markings. Eyes: green with blue flecks Wings: large golden wings with white tips. Mate/crush Mate: none
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