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AA CAE: NiaMy mother Milli was a tracker and white as snow due to her being albino. Noy, my father, was an omega in the tribe and had crimson fur and hair. My fur being white wasn't as odd as my blue hair which neither of my parents had. I was my parents first child, but living in a tribe meant there were always other pups I could play with.
I remember as a child father would often defer to how mother wanted to raise me. There was a lot of 'ask your mom' or 'do what she says'. Not to say he never took charge at all, but most of the time mom was the go to, to see if I could do something or not. This meant I could never pull one over on them even if I had wanted to.
I was always trying not to cause trouble, cause I would feel terrible afterwords. When it came to friends, I did my best to not hurt anyone feelings. Back then I would almost always regret that I had done so, right after, then would go try to make amends. There are times I still feel regret when my actions cause others to become upset,
AA CAE: RiThere was no question who Ri's parents were with her red coat, gold swirl markings, light blue hair and eyes. She was a nice mix of both her parents traits even if her feature tended to make her look more like her father Hart, then her mother Gingi. Ri and her brother Thio were born to the second litter that her parents conceived. Her parents were very attentive to her, Thio and their older sister Alta offering advice and support when needed.
When it came time for school Ri had been a little nervous at first, because Alta hadn't painted the clearest picture about what she could expect when she had asked. But after the first few days and getting to know new friends she settled in just fine. Ri became a star pupil immersing herself into her studies. As she progressed through her primary schooling it was a bit of a challenge to work around her inability to read, but she always found ways to compensate so it never became too much of a problem. She always managed to get good grades an
AA CAE: QuilQuil was one of five pups born to his mother Quet's second litter. Unlike his four litter mates his gray fur held none of stripes or any of the rainbowing that his siblings had inherited from their parents. Both his mother and father were very attentive to all five of their little ones. The pup loved when he, his two brothers and two sisters got to spend time with his father Riyaz who was from the Aryatl tribe. Time spent learning from his big sister Oya was also one of his favorite things.
The youngster was for the most part a quiet child. He was often times more vocal around those he knew very well such as his siblings, parents or close friends he may have made. It wasn't that he was a shy pup, he just only spoke when he had something he wanted to share, had questions or if he was asked something by others. When he did speak, he didn't always consider his words which sometimes made it come across as him being rude when it wasn't his intent. He had to be taken aside on a few occasions
AA CAE: JustinaIf I had to describe my parents, I'd think the term night and day would be fitting. Not just in the fact that mother's skin was dark as night and father's was bright as the sun, but in personality as well. So I always found it a little amusing that they proved the old saying that opposites attract. I look more like mother with my dark skin and long dark hair, but with my father's orange highlights.
I'm one of three children, four if you count Glue the little Mangoli who became a full time addition to family to try and see if mother would warm up to him since he almost always stuck by her side. I have to say I've always adored my sisters. Mariset with all her plans that made life at home fun. Though I'm sure she would have liked if I could do, what I thought to be, the right thing a little less. Yes, there were times I could reason that we meant no harm, but I wasn't about to fib nor did I think my sisters should even if it meant we would have to face the music. Samya was one tough cook
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