Cataroo

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Cataroo, also known as Rachel Cawley (nee Tucker), is a former furry artist and fursuiter. She is married to fellow fur Topfox, and lives in Pennsylvania, USA, where they have Great Danes as kids.

Cataroo and Topfox were featured in the article "Creature Comforts", which ran in the October 1997 (UK edition) of Marie Claire magazine.

Artwork[edit]

Cataroo would often sell her furry erotica artwork, frequently featuring realistic lupines and equines, on auction online sites such as Furbid, and produced the C-Arouse-L series of prints in the 1990s, which featured erotic poses of a wide variety of male species of animals. She was a member of Gallery and has had artwork published in YARF! and AnthropoMORPHINE.[1] She devotes her artwork primarily to logo design, advertisement, and website artwork primarily focused on the business of dog ownership She also takes cartoony & noncartoony polymer clay commissions through her page on Facebook.

Conventions[edit]

Cataroo was a guest of honor at Califur 0. She and John Cawley produced the souvenir programme book for ConFurence 8, and were FurDance Coordinators at ConFurence 9 and 10.

References[edit]

  1. AnthropoMORPHINE #5 on Lazy Fox Studios. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
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