The newest member to our family, Pimenta, comes from a small feral colony living around a nearby school (only six cats, max). She doesn't resemble the other cats at all, and was the only nonadult. Even so she seems a good example of brazilian street cats, with her lanky and leggy build, notable agility for such a young kitten, and lack of fear of humans (wary, but not afraid).
It's so interesting how Pantera and Pimenta differ: both generic brazilian kitties, but Pimenta is built like a basketball player vs Pantera's rugby build. Pimenta is a classic pouncer at playtime, while Pantera is a chaser with a much more aggressive playing style. Pantera's behavior is best described as predatory: she doesn't think about much outside of hunting and patrolling her turf- she's only aggressive with prey and intruders on her turf but is otherwise quite laid back. Pimenta spends most of her time- when not playing- practicing her "puss in boots" look to charm us humans into giving her food (Pantera rejects nearly all human food).