We have already talked about the importance of a team having a mascot in part one and two but there are still more that are used. The most common ones are common for a reason and the mascots show what is great about that team in many instances. Choosing a mascot is not taken lightly and most teams take great pride in theirs.
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Cougars: The cougar is also known by nearly 40 other names! They are a large cat that preys on unsuspecting passerby’s. The great thing about the cougar is that they are very quiet and move with ease in their own environment. They can get from place to place and you may not even notice them. They use their coloring as a way to camouflage themselves from prying eyes. They are a solitary creature for most of their life and will cover a large area in search of a place to live and feed. They are always a predator that is patient and will wait for the perfect moment to attack. That is what makes them a great choice for a team. The team that is able to stay in the game and wait for the right moment to make their move would do great with a cougar as a mascot.
Pioneers: If you are looking for a mascot that is shows many great aspects with one of the best attributes being perseverance than a pioneer is the one for you. The pioneer is known for really two main aspects. One is the fact that faced with a battle they are sure to try and carry on to the very bitter end. They also are the ones that are innovative and can adapt to what is around them. They can take what they have and make changes to make their life and surroundings work for them. This is a great mascot for a team that is always trying their best and can change when needed.
Warriors: The name warrior actually says it all. A warrior is a fighter that is found in the front lines. They are able to fight on their own but also as a team when necessary. The warrior has been prepped and train to fight! They are a great option for a team that wants to show off their skills that have been honed in with practice and training.
Wildcats: You might not think that a wildcat is really a great option but they are. The wildcat is an ancestor of the domestic cat and are found in regions all over the world. They are a survivor that has the agility to get where they need to go. They are quick and feisty which is why they are a great option as a mascot for any team.
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