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Inside Nur the Rose Chested Wildcat.

Rose chested wildcats are shy creatures, they are easily startled and flee when they feel threatened, they are however very loving creatures. Unlike most cats, they're not solitary animals, they live in a pack usually with a matriarch. The rose coloured chest starts to develop when these cats come into maturity, they are born with a white chest but some may have a slight pink tinge.

Rose chested wildcats are found around the Snow Peak and Clearview area of the Alpine Ridge region.

The wildcat sculpt is one of my favourite dolls out of my collection to make, I wanted to do something with subtle pink colouring while maintaining some characteristics of a realistic animal. I decided to go with the pink underbelly as many animals have different coloured underbellies and it gives a subtle difference in colour.

Nur has a resin face and paws that were cast from an original sculpture hand crafted by me. Her body is made from a combination of different faux furs which was designed and sewn by me, she has a wire armature inside making her fully poseable, her face was then furred by hand and accents painted with acrylic paints.

Nur is approximately 35x20cm head to tail.

This little lady is sold, but more dolls are up for grabs in my Etsy shop. Alternatively you can check me out on my social media pages below. Also check out my Society6 and Redbubble shop for prints and more.

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