The chatloup is a monster with the face of a cat, the body of a wolf, and the serrated horns of an antelope. It was also called a “calopus”, “catwolf,” or “catalope” [Dennys 153]. It doesn’t seem to have a default posture; the illustration shows a chatloup passant, based on the canting crest of Cathorne, 1553 [Gwynn-Jones 76].
Leona Bones bears: Quarterly purpure and sable, a chatloup rampant blowing a straight trumpet and in chief two pairs of two swords in saltire argent.
Volu-Ingibiorg bears: Azure, a chatloup salient and a dexter tierce Or.
Ysoria de Brai bears as a badge: A chatloup rampant argent.