Birth: December 25th, 2008 [3 years old]
Orientation: Straight [but refuses to have a mate]
Breed: Mutt [askal]
Language: Tagalog, knows a few English words, but doesn't have a clue what they mean
Personality: Kimbel is unsociable, ruthless, and downright rude. He pretty much wants nothing to do with other dogs, yet will stick around them in fear of being alone [though he’ll never admit that.]
Relations: No close friends, no living relatives, many dogs dislike him and he dislikes them as well [notably Iway, if this is alright with ~PandesalPup
Background: His mother abandoned him as a pup because of his legs [explained below], but a female Aspin dog took him in, as she had recently lost her own child. However, a year into Kimbel’s life, the female died of sickness. He blamed her for not taking care of herself. When he was two years old, he formed a secret relationship with a city dog who had wandered into the Aspin’s territory. A few weeks into the relationship, the female suddenly vanished. He assumed she’d left him. Nowadays, Kimbel believes all females to be unintelligent and uncaring of others. He also refuses to trust anyone but himself, yet still lives within the feral dog pack, the Aspins, for reasons unknown. Other than these, Kimbel hasn’t had any other important events in his life.
- His teeth are unnaturally sharp
- His back legs are very powerful, and can really pack a punch
- His hearing is better than most dogs
- Can’t really run, so he hops instead [not very fast]
- No sense of smell
- Unable to use his front legs for much else than walking
Likes: Swearing [I’ll keep it minimal in my audition xD], sleeping/being lazy
Dislikes: Females, other dogs in general, water [can’t swim], summer, asking others for help
Regarding Kimbel’s bone deformity:
The bones in Kimbel’s front legs are fused, resulting in him basically not able to bend his arm. The only movement is at the shoulder, which allows him to walk to some extent, but laying down and getting back up are difficult tasks.
In his muzzle, the nasal bone extends down to the top of his incisors, leaving no passage for scents to pass through, so he lacks his sense of smell. Also, his teeth are developed in a way that makes them seem chipped and very sharp.
Lastly, Kimbel's tail bones are fused into two long bones. This causes no harm to him, unless another dog was to break the bones, which would cause extreme pain.