heretofore anthropomorphic characters
Kat’s path of travel consists of twelve chapters, each featuring one of the primary anthropomorphic characters that she meets:
Wyatt T. Frog: A high-minded artist with low self-esteem.
Riley Crow: A foreboding and officious security guard who has PTSD.
Izzy Beaver: A barely coherent engineer who demands perfection.
Hazel Squirrel: A charming merchant who gives away her priceless art.
Harold Hare: A promiscuous prosecutor who advocates morality.
Wick Weasel: An evasive and obsequiously-egotistical politician.
Scarlet Fox: A sexually-charged diva who loves to be shocking.
Chamile Chameleon: A colorful antisocialite with a nasty tongue.
Owen Owl: A primary care doctor with an urge to eat his patients.
Zhena Spider: A gypsy who spins fortunes to captivate her clients.
Angelo Iguana: A reclusive inventor who believes he can fly.
Prater Mantis: A seer who fabricates puzzles that boggle the mind
Each encounter presents Kat with clues for navigating through life, as in lessons to embrace or avoid. While on her quest to discover where she is, why she has fallen, and how to find her way home, Kat is challenged by the personification of several concepts: innocence and creativity, fear and rivalry, functionality and purpose, beauty and perfectionism, morality and judgement, governance and narcissism, passion and cunning, freedom and eccentricity, restraint and moderation, temptation and sacrifice, invention and intuition, belief and transcendence.