NOTE: This is Unofficial for TUC use at the moment, right now I am just experimenting.
So this is just an experimental Idea I was drawing up, describing the emotional traits these felines possess and how their tail become effective in the process to declare emotion or stress levels. Considered an uncontrolled defense mechanism for their tails. Well lets see who like it ^^
BTW the ball is just a little thing to tick him off, I dont think he found the owner so he just kept it XD
Also this was drawn very quick to make an example. 1 Angered, Scared, Anxiety, Sprinting, Heightened Adrenaline, Hurt or Shocked-
When at this level their tail are at their highest brightness level and are at full alert looking around, even their eyes will glow to the point of showing more of a feral instinct than normal pupils. After a short period of calming down the tail will revert to the second stage. This could also be an indication of danger like their seriously hurt or suffering through shock, if this happens for too long their tails will go from stage one straight to stage 4 or 5. 2 Active, walking, Running, Heightened Cardio, Wrestling-
simply just a stroll around and being alive and awake the tail become a normal common level were the citizens are active about and roaming around in the city. The eyes become just a tad brighter but not much to notice besides a bit of sparkles around the pupils. 3 Resting, Sitting down, Eating, Waking up, Exhausted, Slightly Sick, Cold-
It has an up affect and a down effect, when a feline just wakes up from a nap their tail lights just started to warm up and get ready, going over to get something to eat or drink and then its straight back up to stage 2 brightness within an hour or less. This also happens when they are exhausted from a hard working activity or very hungry and getting low in nutrition. Warmth is also important for any living thing and when they become too cold for their bodies to handle their core temperature, then their tail will lower from the lack of blood pressure. Also when they come down with a sickness like the cold or flu will also effect their glowing brightness. 4 Sleeping, Unconscious, Dying, Seriously sick-
Like all living things, when they are sleeping everything slows down and begins to go through a repair process as your mind rest. The tail is unused and therefore goes into a very dim glow that only reaches out a foot away. It is also a sign that feline could have been knocked out and is still alive or even worst they could also be seriously hurt and is about to die if nothing is done. Same goes for disease that take a heavy toll on their bodies to the point its creating severe damage to their systems. If the feline is not breathing like drowning, their still alive as long as their tail are in this stage, they can still be saved by CPR or basic medical experience. 5 Deceased
- When the feline is no longer breathing or living, the light becomes black with a hint of a simple color it glows from, their eyes will fad away as well. Some would say this is a way to tell them that their spirit has left their bodies.