Renn is a big, strong, handsome mancat. He is admired by all who see him for his fine form, full fur and majestic whiskers. He is, however, a modest fellow, shy and diffident, the proverbial gentle giant. That is Renn’s way.
There is, in the way he walks and sits, an inherent dignity. Not for him the swaggering manner of many cats, or the indifference to humans practised by some of his feline brethren. To be quiet and stately, to reflect well upon his species and his home. That is Renn’s way.
One may see the nobility of this creature in his profile, a striking image that reminds one of lions in coats-of-arms, or the magnificent statues that guard a king’s palace. Nonetheless, he is rarely one to initiate conflict, preferring conciliation and friendship. That is Renn’s way.
And then there’s this.
This is Renn’s way, too. The silly animal.