Kiwi Fox, often shortened to simply Kiwi (real name Kyle Jones; born December 25, 1985), is a fursuiter and YouTuber who lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He was previously from Westminster, Maryland before moving in with roommates Majira Strawberry and Frankie x in the Pittsburgh area. Afterwards he moved to Akron, Ohio.
- Kiwi 1.0 - The Kiwi 1.0 fursuit was designed by Kiwi himself. He was often seen wearing a bandanna around his neck.
- Kiwi 2.0 - During Denfur 2018 Kiwi received a surprise new fursuit head organized by his friends. Kiwi 2.0 was designed by fursuit maker JesseFrosst. The design maintained the same color scheme, a more toony style, poofier hairstyle, and a furline neck.
- Tarou - Kiwi often suits as and voices Tarou (the younger brother of Majira Strawberry) in videos produced by Majira as well as at conventions. Tarou has also featured on Kiwi's YouTube channel such as on April Fools' Day 2018. Tarou is owned by Majira Strawberry.
Kiwi has been part of the furry fandom since 2003 and his YouTube account dates back to June of 2006. The oldest viewable content on Kiwi's channel dates back to November 2016 featuring a one minute sketch of Rick and Morty and a charmeleon fursuiter.
Like most furry YouTubers, Kiwi makes content of an informative nature to the furry fandom as well as occasional short skits. He states in his YouTube's About Page that he "enjoys making content that brightens anyone's day." He also does livestreams often at least once a week. His livestreams have since mainly moved over to his Twitch channel.
Kiwi Fox Fan Club Art, by ArtworkTee
- Kiwi's profile on Twitter. Retrieved December 18, 2019.
- Texas Furry Fiesta - Guests of Honor. Retrieved September 9, 2019.
- KIWI 2.0 FURSUIT UNBOXING on YouTube. Retrieved December 18, 2019.
- Welcome to Tarou's New Channel! (April 1st Edition) on YouTube. Retrieved December 18, 2019.
- Rick & Morty discover Pokémon on YouTube. Retrieved December 18, 2018.
- Kiwi's About Page on YouTube. Retrieved May 8, 2020.
- Kiwi's profile on Twitter. Retrieved May 8, 2020.