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Revision as of 18:21, January 28, 2019

The power to use the abilities of Werecat. Variation of Mythic Physiology and Feline Physiology.

Also Called

  • Ailuranthrope Physiology
  • Ailuranthropy
  • Ailuranthropy Mimicry/Transformation
  • Werecat Mimicry/Transformation


User with this ability is a werecat (including were-jaguar) with the ability to transform into a feline or an anthropomorphic creature, gaining features of a feline such as domestic cat, tiger, lion, leopard, lynx, or any other type, including some that are purely mythical felines. Unlike werewolves, they aren't particularly connected to moon or have any weaknesses for silver or their other traditional weaknesses.

Many variations were considered to have connections to supernatural and even be themselves magic-users.




Known Users


  • Catwoman of Earth-43 (DC Comics)
  • Werecats (Monster High)
  • Werecats (Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island)
    • Lena Dupree
    • Simone Lenoir
    • Jacques
  • Chester (Super Mansion)
  • Pantha (Vampirella)

Live Television/Movies



  • Atsushi Nakajima (Bungou Stray Dogs)
  • Mei Ren (Dance in the Vampire Bund)
  • Werecat race (Log Horizon)
  • Himari (Omamori Himari)
  • Rob Lucci (One Piece); via the Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard
  • Aisha Clan-Clan (Outlaw Star)
  • Gerios (Soul Cartel)


  • Werecats (Folklore)

Video Games


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