A thoughtful creautre, Mabel likes to think about the small world and what it is like in someone else's shoes. She is obsessed with things such as bugs and small mammals, even though she is terrified of them up close. She likes to appreciate the small world from a distance, sketching and writing about them in various journals she keeps private to herself. Her face and tail are often smudged black with ink.
Beatrix studied fabric crafting every since she was a kitten. As a child, she would make little sweaters and other apparal for her stuffed animals (mostly bunnies) and her older brother.
Beatrix has the ability to learn anything. She's a generalist; she doesn't have a specialization. Give her a task and time, and she'll figure out how to do it.
Smol happy cat is happy. Do not make sad. Federal law says not to. Let her have her silver lining.
Mabel wears this at the base of her tail. She says it looks cool, but it just makes her look more cute... and goth. How strange that such a smiley and bright cat has such dark thoughts? Perhaps it comes with being a poet.
Beatrix is the youngest in her family. Being the baby, she was often pampered and cooed over for most of her childhood. Her spunky and free willed personality was often pushed down to be a perfect little porcelain doll. It was never easy. Her fur was constantly being groomed and fluffed. Her antenne were pulled, molded to shape a heart. Her spine was always straight and her tail was always perked.
… She hated it.
Beatrix became an entirely different creature as she grew up. As an adult without the watchful eye of her parents, she flourished into a bright and joyful creature. She decided to dedicate her life to happiness and making others smile. She never got to do any childish things in her true childhood, so she sees her newfound freedom as her “second childhood”, allowing her to do any goofy or childish thing she pleases.
Beatrix's beloved "wife". Beatrix holds Bridgette very near and dear. The two simply complete eachother. Even though Bridgette seems to be a gentle, heartful creature, she's actually full of energy and spunk that keeps Beatrix on her toes. The two enjoy exploring together, though they often disagree on where to go. (They're not actually married, "wife" is just a term that Beatrix uses to bother her.)
When Beatrix first met Mocha, he was a quiet and shy creature. Today when she meets mocha, he's just a quiet creature. Even though it seems unlikely that a still creature like Mocha would enjoy such a hyperactive creature like Beatrix, the two get along just fine. They both have a creative nature and often enjoy partaking in creating crafts and designs together. With a cup of coffee, of course. Thanks Mocha.