Bonkie is a timid newspaper journalist who works at "The Daily Fuzz", a local paper distributed only in his hometown, Whiskerville (Häckleholm), Sweden. A good-natured fellow at heart, his morals will sometimes come at odds with his career, as seedy tacticts might be required to get a hold of the next big scoop! This constant struggle of balancing ethics with his job is an eternal dilemma for this poor tabby.

Generally having an aversion towards excitement and adventure, Bonkie prefers the simple life, but will nontheless find himself reluctantly partaking in high-flying adventures, partly thanks to the assignments given to him by his boss or due to the circumstances arising around the eccentric people he calls his friends and family.

Having severe self-esteem issues and being prone to light depressions, Bonkie's faith in himself would be described as "frail" at best. Easily crushed by setbacks, what he considers having a firm grasp on his own strengths and weaknesses, is merely a weak ego making excuses.

Bonkie
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The Editor-in-Chief
Despite his short stature, this bite-sized canine can be a force to be reckoned with. Being the business operator and owner of "The Daily Fuzz" he has the ultimate say of what or what does not go to print. Going by many descriptive titles such as "boss" or "chief", he remains nameless, referred to only by such formal epithets.

He's highly bipolar, showing a wide range of mood swings, in particular when dealing with something that gives him a strong emotional reaction. This renders him less of a team player and more of a rabid dictator, although he always has the newspaper's best intentions in mind. He genuinely cares about his profession, wanting to produce the best coverage in town, at any price, even going as far as resorting to questionable tactics in order to accomplish this.

While the relations to all his employees are at least somewhat strained thanks to his emotional instability, Bonkie is the one who gets the worst end of the stick. Partly because of his mild-mannered nature (ill-fitting to that of a journalist according to the chief) but also because Bonkie usually has to sacrifice his ethical principles in order to fulfill his duties. The chief makes sure to work our feline hard so he can blossom into the kind of reporter he wants to have in his employ.

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