I'm considered small, 5'6 at 136 pounds.
While I'm small I have long legs.
I have brown eyes.
When I'm cold I shake pretty badly.
chocolate makes me sick.
I have a very sensitive stomach.
I love to lay out in the sun.
I'm super attached to the people I do like.
I tend to be standoffish with people I don't know.
Big mouth but little body so I'm better as a watch person then a protector (Though I'm working on that.)
I love to be in high places.
Physically, he's as tall as me, has a similar body structure (aside from being a wolf and having wolf traits, that is), and he has a scar on his elbow, just like I do. He basically gets these as I do, just in a different way.
His behavior is pretty much like my own, as well as his likes and dislikes. There are a few minor differences, such as him being just slightly more aggressive, but overall, he's more or less the same way I am.
He's also half blind, even though he doesn't look like he is, just like me.
It's because when I made him, I decided to take myself as a base, and try putting that in my furry world. The result was someone who's pretty much just me as a wolf, with a few differences.
[...] are solitary animals by nature
[...] their behavior and appearance are markedly different from those of other rodents [...] Lemmings, by contrast, are conspicuously colored and behave aggressively towards predators and even human observers. The lemming defense system is thought to be based on aposemantism (warning display)
Physical: both have green highlights and we are both short 4'11
behavioral/personality: doesn't get into trouble, smart, kindhearted, kinda nerdy, loves video games, and hanging with friends. We both really love eminem as well lol
Wood rats are such cool critters. They love to explore and find new things, but home always comes first (big, elaborate nests called 'middens' that can be maintained by generations of them for tens of thousands of years). They're little historians and ecologists.
They're also bigger than normal rats (I'm around 6'1''), and have a gentler personality (strictly herbivores, though I'm not a veggie). I wear a backpack often, so their moniker "pack rat" fits, too.
I saw them only twice. First time, when I was kayaking in Finland, second time near the Baykal lake in Russia. Sadly, they aren't native to the central Europe.
If you want to see them you should go to Canada or northern states of the USA.