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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Flying Cat, Felidavian|
|Origins||Indian Folklore, Cryptozoology|
|Species||Magical Beast (Chimera)|
|Appearance||Cat with wings...|
The Winged Cat is a creature with origins in Indian folklore, as well as Cryptozoology.
The Winged Cat is, as the name implies, a cat with wings. These vary in species (some have wings like a bird, while others have wings like a bat). The species of wing does not interchange between breed of Winged Cat. Bird-winged cats of a pure line do not give birth to a bat-winged cat, nor does a bat-winged cat of a pure line give birth to a bird-winged cat. They can only occur in mixed litters if their parents (or ancestors) are mixed lineage.