Name: Kate (later renamed Kate Dearly)
Age: about 2yrs (14/15)
Breed: purebred Dalmatian
Biological Parents: Speck (father--a liver-spotted Dalmatian) and Dapple (mother--a black-spotted Dalmatian)
Adopted Parents: Pongo and Perdita
Other Family: adopted sister of Pongo and Perdita's 99 puppies(has no biological siblings)
Mate: too young
Crush: none (and as of right now, no one has a crush on her--no, I'm not accepting requests for an official crush for her)
Children: too young
Features: brown eyes; pink collar with a hot pink bow on the side; a black blaze on her forehead
Personality: charming, sweet, kind, caring, loyal
Likes: being around her family, helping out, taking long walks
Dislikes: rudeness, bullies, being alone for too long
Due to unknown reasons, Kate's parents died when she was a puppy, and since then she's been traveling through the streets and countryside of London--possibly to fill in the emptiness she feels from losing her parents. One day, she came across the Dearly farm and met Pongo, Perdita and their family. She became a fast acquantance, though she never explained where she came from nor why she was wondering around.
Awhile after that, Pongo and Perdita spotted Kate running off somewhere, crying. They ran after her, and asked her what was wrong, and after building up enough breath to say something, Kate finally replied with "My parents." At first, misunderstanding what she meant, Pongo and Perdita looked around for her parents, thinking they had hurt her, however, Kate explained that they had died and she was crying because she missed them.
Since then, Kate became a lot closer to the Pongos and hung out with them for longer periods of time. While helping Perdita, Kate accidentally called her "Mom," and since then Kate asked if she could call Pongo and Perdita her new parents. She has officially been their adopted daughter ever since.
As the only teenager, Kate sometimes feels a little out of place among her family, but she's always grateful to have them, and she's a wonderful puppy-sitter to her younger brothers and sisters.