1 of my stories involves a pride. But not just any old lion pride. No, my story involves a pride with 3 different big cat species. I don't know if I should put character histories here or whether that would make it better for Writers but here I go.
Duma, the cheetah
Duma was 1 of a litter of 4 cheetah cubs. He was the odd one of the bunch. He had a nomadic lioness that he spent more and more time with as he got older. Once he was 2 years old, he set off to find a male lion to partner with.
Anapumua Moto, the male lion
Anapumua Moto was born in a regular lion pride. Duma secretly watched him without any lions knowing he was there. Once he was 2 years old, he ran for his life. This is when Duma partnered with him. Despite the cheetah chirp being very different from a lion roar, they understand each other.
Bella, the leopard
Bella has encountered lions lots of times but only once has it ended in friendship. That just happened to be with Anapumua Moto. She is very willing to help, even tackling a zebra to help her lion friend. At first Duma was scared but Duma became friends with her too.
Nala, the nomadic lioness
Nala is the nomadic lioness that Duma remembers being with as a cub. It is also the first nomadic lioness that joins Anapumua Moto's pride.
Kanya, the pregnant, nomadic lioness
Kanya is the second lioness to join Anapumua Moto's pride. She also happens to be Nala's lioness friend. But Kanya never told Nala that she was pregnant and now she is visibly pregnant.
So anyway, is a pride like this with 2 lionesses, 1 male lion, 1 cheetah for spotting enemies and prey, and 1 leopard to help when prey is scarce, plausible for my story or is there something in the character histories that would prevent this from happening?