Felidae is the name of the breed of cats created with intensive program of selective matings realized by Claudandus.
They share a similar sand coloured pelt: under the sun's rays they shine like gold. Also their eyes are gold; their features resemble the ones of ancient Egyptian cats.
The bodies are slender but strong and their insticts are far from the tamed ones of the domestic cats, turning them into fierce and proud felines.
History and DestinyEdit
Claudandus created the breed after years and years of selection, killing cats that could have polluted the pedigree with undesired features. Many of them were raised and instructed by the same Claudandus to be prepared to destroy the human race: the ultimate destiny would have be spreading themselves in the world and destroy the humans.
However it seems that Claudandus effort weren't fully effective and many Felidae cats were disinteressed to preserve their racial purity and fulfill the plans: Felidae she-cats often wandered during their heats in the gardens uncaring if unselected toms mated with them and Felidae tomcats mated common domestic cats. While Claudandus killed all the domestic males who attepted to mate with the Felidae she-cats, he also murdered the domestic females who were pregnant with the Felidae tomcats. It is unknown what exactly he did with the she cats of the Felidae who were pregnant with half-breeds, thought it is unlikely he executed them like the domestic females for unauthorized mating, given to how valuable they were for his plan. Supposedly, it would make sense that he killed the offspring of the she-cats after they were born.
After the death of Claudandus, the Felidae cats simply merged with normal cats abandoning the original plan and mating with common cats (causing the dispersion among the next generations of the genetic traits).