- The Whale of Kindness
- The Wolf of Chastity
- The Lion of Patience
- The Rabbit of Charity
- The Gorilla of Temperance
- The Cheetah of Diligence
I think the Rabbit seems more suited for the Virtue of Kindness. Something like a Horse would better suit the Virtue of Diligence. I agree with the Wolf symbolizing Chastity. For some reason, I think a Spider would be better for Temperance. A Mouse would be better for Humility. For Charity, how about... a Dog/Hound. And, for Patience, a Unicorn.
These are just my thoughts.
In other words, restraining itself from lust and these addictions.
Which is why I think the wolf is suitable enough to symbolize chastity, cause after all chastity is the opposite of Lust (one of the 7 deadly sins).
Hopefully, this answers your question.
Though a lot of the above is based on my own opinions and research. I'd actually love to hear more of your overall thought process behind all of this.
Hmmm.... perhaps, the wolf can relate to love in a way, besides just pair bonding. They can actually develop strong attachments with others who they care about. Wolves and dogs can be a human's best friend. And Wolves do symbolize guardianship.
If that makes sense in a way.