- a general feeling of discomfort, illness, or uneasiness whose exact cause is difficult to identify. "an air of malaise"
|Name: Sitkha (nick-named "Malaise")|
Age: Adult, mid-20s.
Race: Angora cat/Indochinese snow leopard.
Body-type: Lithe, hourglass.
|Likes tidiness, salmon, spring and winter, fashion & textiles, symbolism, puffballs, ribbons, make-up, leafy plants, mornings, tea, light snow, clouds, rain, and fog, peace and quiet.|
Dislikes unfamiliar surroundings, being stared at or touched without permission, severe weather.
Being really passive by nature, she tends to slink in and out of social gatherings without much of a presence. When she does decide to make an appearance it is abrupt, precise in nature, and then she is gone again. Although she is outwardly modest and inexpressive, others might say she exhibits an air of superiority; some have even taken to calling her a "witch" or an "ice queen." She spends a lot of time dwelling on her transient encounters, but has become used to isolation.
As a girl very much in her own world, her comforts include cleaning, organizing, and tending to her plants. She has an interest in all things related to art, fashion, and aesthetics and finds herself staring wistfully at fabrics with fine detail work and patterning. She secretly wishes she were more capable of maintaining relationships with others and finds herself dabbling in divination in her spare time. When she is by herself she like to lay under large shadowy trees or wade in cool shallow water, watching the fish and birds whorl effortlessly in swarms.
Malaise is my fursona, but she does not represent my true self and instead is something of the inverse; someone I see when I am not myself. Originally she was my avatar on IMVU when I was 12 years old. At the time she was an alien feline marked by her deep, dark star-filled eyes and strangely long eyelashes, left to collect dust until I reconnected with her an entire decade later.