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Tracy
Tracy
Character Information
Gender Female
Species Lioness
Family Sarmoti (ex-boyfriend)
Age Unknown
Production Information
Voiced
by
Jennifer Coolidge

Tracy is a character in Father of the Pride. She only appeared in "And the Revolution Continues," in which she dated Sarmoti and bonded with Hunter.

BiographyEdit

Tracy is a woman who dated Sarmoti for some time before she realized he did not want to compromise and tried to break up with and leave him until he made up a story of Larry and Kate abandoning Hunter and that Sarmoti had begun raising him ever since. Tracy believes him and decides to stay with him and not pressure him for compromise since she loves kids and thinks that Sarmoti does care for other people after all.

A few days after that, Sarmoti, Hunter, and Tracy return to the bar where Kate, who was casually walking by, sees Tracy with Hunter sitting her lap and confronts her about it, when Tracy learns that Kate is Hunter's mother. She proceeds to insult her while Sarmoti discreetly flees.

It is unknown what happened to Tracy after that, though it can be assumed that she broke up with Sarmoti after learning the truth.

PersonalityEdit

Tracy is friendly, caring, giving, thoughtful, and unafraid of speaking her mind. She can also be somewhat of an air-head (such as when Sarmoti told her he is called "Good Luck Charlie" and a surprised Tracy says she thought his name was Sarmoti).

AppearanceEdit

Tracy is a lioness with light brown fur with white around the feet and a light pink / red nose. She has a skinny, yet curvy, figure.

At one point, she was seen wearing a necklace with a purple crystal on it.

TriviaEdit

  • Tracy bears a striking resemblance to Ginger and Lily.

GalleryEdit

Coming soon!

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