Jodi is a very cunning yet troubled person. She was left at the steps of a Catholic Orphanage as a baby and taken in by the nuns. Growing up, out of all the children, she was the only one the potential adopters never took notice in. Doubled with the bullying for the isolation, her childhood was often lonely and she only a very, very small amount of friends. To stave away the alienation, she kept comfort in her studies, helping her pass high school and college early.
But with no parental guidance and attention seeking, she soon joined a gang and worked as a sort of money and supplies manager. Later on, she fell in love with the leader, a rabbit named Rodney. Rod never really had an interest in her, but only kept her around because she was the only girl who would put up with him.
One day, when walking to the grocery store. a person called out to her. She turned around to see a see an old friend of hers. Her name was Creek, a wolf who was a childhood friend that she hadn't seen for much time.
After spending time with her, something clicked in Jodi. She didn't have to be in the gang, she already had someone who cared for her.
Into the night, as Rodney came home drunk once again, she gave him the hard news. The news of her breaking off previous ties with the gang.
Rodney didn't take it too well, and Jodi ended up in the hospital.
But, after she woke up, the doctor gave her shocking news.
She was pregnant.
Of course, she was shocked, but after Creek calmed her down, she decided to keep the child. After how many lives she has taken, she thought it was fair to give life back.
Now, she is bunking with Creek and can be found doing the taxes, sleeping in odd places, and eating a scrambled eggs,ranch, and pancake sandwich (The pancakes being the bread).