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Anime (アニメ) is a western[1] term standing for animation originating from Japan.

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Anime featuring furry characters

Specific furry characters in anime

  • Aisha Clan Clan (Ctarl Ctarl, Alien-Humanoid cat person) - Outlaw Star (1998)
  • Babbit (bat) - Kodocha
  • Bagi (human/lion hybrid) - Daishizen no Maju Bagi (1984)
  • Baron (anthropomorphic cat) - The Cat Returns (2002)
  • Bokko (alien bunny) - Amazing Three (1965)
  • Buuringo (pig alien species) - Super Pig (1994)
  • Filia ul Copt (golden dragon) - Slayers Try (1996)
  • Hachimon (raccoon/tanuki) - InuYasha (2000)
  • Kiba (wolf-were) - Wolf's Rain (2003)
  • Kogenta (White Tiger) - Onmyou Taisenki (2004)
  • Macha (cat-like NPC) - .hack//SIGN (2002)
  • Merle (catgirl) - Vision of Escaflowne (1996)
  • Marco Paggot pig - Porco Rosso (1992)
  • Milky Pai (bunnygirl) - Idol Fighter Su-Chi-Pai (1996)
  • Naobi (panther-like humanoid) - .hack//ROOTS (2006)
  • Nyanta (werecat swashbuckler) - Log Horizon (2013)
  • Oolong (shapeshifting pig) - Dragonball (1984)
  • Ouka (werewolf) - .hack//Legend of the Twilight (2002)
  • Puar (levitating shapeshifting cat-like being) - Dragonball (1984)
  • Renamon (vulpine Digimon) - Digimon Tamers (2001)
  • Riiya (werewolf pup) - Akazukin Chacha (1994)
  • Sonic (hedgehog) - Sonic X (1986)
  • Tabby (tabby catgirl) - .hack//ROOTS (2006)
  • Tony Tony Chopper (enchanted reindeer) - OnePiece (1999)
  • Totoro (catlike forest spirit) - My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
  • Tails (Two Tailed Fox) - Sonic The Hedgehog Movie (1998)
  • Kyuubi no Yoku (Nine-tailed fox) - Naruto (ongoing)
  • Pikachu - Pokemon

References

  1. In Japanese, the word "anime" isn't a special term and simply means "animation".

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