1. Rock Vole

Rock Vole

Rock Vole
Classification(s) : Prey
Cat Name : Water Vole
Common Name : Rock Vole
Scientific Name : Microtus chrotorrhinus
Other Name(s) : Yellow-Nosed Vole
Physical Description :

A greyish-brown furred rodent with grey underparts, and a yellow nose, short ears and a long tail.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 5 – 7 Inches (14 – 19 Centimeters)
Weight: 1 – 2 Ounces (30 -48 Grams)

Behavior :

Rock Voles are active during the day, and live in forests with accesible water and moss-covered rocks.

Social Organization :

Rock Voles are solitary except when raising young.

Approval Level : None; Rock voles are common and are seen along rivers and streams with the right territory, indicating nothing exceptional.
Kill Difficulty : Low;

Rock Voles cannot defend themselves against a cat.

Training Level : Advanced;

Rock Voles can sense vibrations in the ground, and they can escape into water.

Hunting Tactic : Waterside Rodents
Food Quality : Medium; Rock Voles are a tasty and healthy meal, but a touch on the small side.