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Taxonomic title: Animalia Chordata Mammalia Carnivora Felidae Furrcis
Common name: Furrecat (FURR cat)
Breeds: Typical, Mountain, Plains
Furrecats can differ vastly in size from breed to breed, and have distinct physical traits that differentiate the breeds. First it is worth examining the traits that distinguish the species as a whole.
The Skeletal System:
The furrecat skeletal system is nearly identical to that of most big cats, possessing the same number and types of bones (in various sizes, depending on the breed). There are several features that are unique to the furrecat skeletal system that are worth mentioning.
The most significant aspect of the skull is the pronounced size of the brain cavity roughly one and three-fourth times the size of the average feline. This gives the appearance of a furrecat having a slightly elongated skull. Since the jaw and eye sockets are also pushed down to ac