That is a good point.
Speaking of Tygra's bloodline I wonder if he is a bastard son or if he a stepson of Claudius.
It might be interesting if they get deeper into the concept of "breeding true."
It seems like all the nobles or important members of society can be directly identified by a breed of great cat. Tigers, lions, cheetahs, etc. But the average citizen, even those in the underbelly of society, they seem to be "mutts" for a lack of a better word. The domestic cats that have been interbred for so long that they've lost much of their breed distinctiveness.
Maybe Tygra comes from a family that was all killed and Lion-O's pops took him in. Or maybe his family was a rival bloodline that was eliminated by Lion-O's dad, and in a moment of mercy, took Tygra in as an baby.
Maybe that's putting too sophisticated a spin on a show meant to be enjoyed by kids and adults. But it would be interesting to see if there's some intent there by the writers.