American Badger

American Badger
Classification(s) : Predator
Cat Name : Badger
Common Name : American Badger
Scientific Name : Taxidea taxus
Other Name(s) : North American Badger, Tlalcoyote, Blaireau
Physical Description :

Stoutly build with a low-slung, square body. They are covered in dusky-brown fur with a white stripe that runs from nose to tail. The face is marked with black and white. Paws are also black.

Physical Statistics :

Weight: 10-25 Pounds (4-11 Kilograms)

Behavior :

A burrowing mammal that is primarily nocturnal. They’re opportunistic hunters and territorial. During winter, they move between 2-3 burrows on and off through season, and during summer they might move daily, digging new burrows and moving back into old ones.

Social Organization :

Solitary; Male territories generally overlap several female territories. Females share territory with young during the summer.

Approval Level : Admin; Badgers move frequently and possess large territories, because of this an Administrator must be aware of and approve any appearance by them IC.
Danger Level : High (All cats are vulnerable);

Badgers are deadly hunters who see cats as easy prey. A full patrol would be hard pressed to run one out of the territory, and even harder pressed to kill it.