This disney paper toy is the Nala, the deuteragonist of The Lion King and The Lion King II: Simba's Pride and a minor character in The Lion King 1½, created by Disney Family. Nala is Simba's best friend and later his queen, the daughter of Sarafina, the mother of Kopa and Kiara, and the mother-in-law of Kovu.
As a cub, Nala is a bit sassy, spunky, and just as curious, mischievous and ready to get in trouble as Simba is. She is firm about her ideas and beliefs, refusing to let Simba take full credit for her idea to get rid of Zazu.
This carries into her adulthood, where Nala has turned into a sharp-tongued and fearless adult lioness. She fights Simba into submission and isn't afraid to re-inforce to Simba that he is the rightful king no matter how much he denies it, or to tell Scar that they don't believe he's the rightful king, despite being at a lower rank at the time.
She has been known to press Simba's buttons, blatantly replying, "At least one of us does," to when Simba tells her, "You're starting to sound like my father."
In The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, Nala is much more relaxed and laid-back, seeming to be much less over-protective over her daughter Kiara than Simba is.
Nala is a tawny pelted lioness with teal eyes. Her frame is fit, a must for that of a huntress, and sleek, as said by her official synopsis. Her official synopsis also shows her eyes as a clear and indisputable blue, likely because the picture was altered to Disney's liking therefore confirming her eyes were blue and not green.
She has light-colored eyeshades as both a cub and adult. Her paws are colorless, and her tail tuft is a rich, mildly brown. Overall, she closely resembles her mother Sarafina.