Born 3 years, 1 month ago
House: Oceandome House (155/201)
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Likes: cold weather, hot cocoa, scenery, snow, warm fires
Dislikes: grudges, hot weather, litter, loud noises, pie
Kuruni is the most adventurous snuffle you will ever meet; taking on the explorer profession, they will very rarely stay in one place for long. However, they hold the more snowy regions dear in their heart - artic climates deemed the perfect weather by Kuruni. Due to their thick fur, Kuruni can easily withstand the most freezing temperatures (and melt in the hotter ones), which gives them the perfect opportunity to enjoy the most serene landscapes that lay untouched for many years. They often get upset when coming across litter, as it ruins the scenery they like to look at. Furthermore, they do not like people being too loud, as they like calming atmospheres. Although they like the cold, Kuruni loves nothing more than sitting by a crackling fire with a mug of hot cocoa in paw. With a chilled attitude, Kuruni is surely the most relaxed inhabitant you will ever meet. However, don't make the mistake of getting on their bad side, as they have a terribly icy glare when upset. Kuruni dislikes to hold grudges, but will definitely make sure you know what you did wrong before turning back into their peaceful self.
Kuruni's parents weren't ever a big part of their life. Instead, they stayed at their grandparents' home and their grandparents took care of them. They were told that their parents were travelling merchants, never staying in one place for more than a few days, and that they wanted a better life for their child. One with loving guardians and a warm house.
This confused Kuruni. Wouldn't a life travelling around, seeing new things, be fun? Kuruni always had a curious nature and adored adventure. They didn't have many friends. Not that they minded. It allowed them to run about and look at this or toy with that without worrying about leaving anyone behind. Although, after they ran off, they were really hard to track down. Fortunately, they had a good sense of direction, always able to find the way back home.
Once Kuruni was of age, they decided that they would go off on a journey and see the world. So, they left the comfort and safety of their grandparents' home and headed east. They had a map, but wasn't planning on following it. They'd go where their paws would take them and gather all the things their bag would hold. It would be similar to what their parents did. And who knows, maybe someday they'll buy a house somewhere and settle down. But for now, the life of a nomad was perfect for Kuruni.