Myuri are sapient wild felines with prehensile tails who live in colonies of 10-25 in the upper branches of trees deep in the forests.
Tropical Myuri are about twice the size of an average housecat, with short to medium length reddish fur striped in dark brown or dark red and reddish-gold eyes. They tend to prefer deciduous forests and rainforests. They live in regions within 30 degrees north or south of the equator.
Artic Myuri are slightly larger than the average housecat, with extremely light blue eyes and medium to long fur in white or a very light blue-gray, with light gray or blue-gray stripes on white and white stripes on blue-gray. Some isolated regions have spotted individuals in the same colors as striped varieties, but genetic testing has revealed them to be the same species. They live in coniferous forests more than 45 degrees north and south of the equator, and generally further north than that. Rarely, they will live in alpine environments on extremely tall mountains further south, generally in the same snow caves as Alpine Yawurenyi. It is unknown how they may have travelled there.