Ok so I found a few pictures that might work...but it's a little hard to find half animal pictures.Of course the easiest to find picture of is a cat but you could say that it is a wolf or something depending on how the ears look. (I have a lot of half cat pictures...)
I have a tiger:
I'll still be looking for picture but let me know if you like one of those. If not, that's completely fine. :)
Its weird here we have like spring break for a week, then less then week of school, then we have the Easter long weekend. It would make more sense to have spring break a week later and join it with the Easter long weekend if u ask me tho.
"Jex began walking through the forest, his eyes scanning the area around him to see if he could spot anything useful to use for his new weapon. His ears were perked up, listening carefully for any strange sounds and his hand rested on the hilt of his…"
"Jex rolled his eyes at what Niko had asked, then walked outside the fortress since he hadn't had any luck finding something to use for a spear inside. His best bet was to probably find a dead tree and cut a branch off it, but he wasn't…"
"Kierra went over to where she kept her things and picked out some more comfortable clothes that she could sleep in, then went and changed in the bathroom. When she came out, she set the clothes she had been wearing on her dresser, then climbed up to…"
"Kierra looked up, having heard someone come in, and was slightly suprised to see Samantha. She hadn't been expecting her room mate to be one of the President's daughters. I hope she's not gonna be like one of those stuck up rich…"
"Derek slowly turned his head towards the serpent and continued to watch in disbelief as it circled Samir. He was glad that Smair had finally stopped moving, but he knew it was probably too late for him. The serpent looked like it could strike…"
"Dane frowned, hearing what Camille said about her birthday. He knew a lot of people had been hurt because of the comet and he was one of them. He wished people would just accept them for who they were and that they could live their lives…"