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- How they are sold, how they are used, why people buy them...? These are the questions I have after reading this article. Unfortunately answers to these questions will probably be original research or even speculation... which I just can't on an online encyclopedia. Oh well, it would be nice if we can get an artist to illustrate an example of adoptable sheet they are usually sold in, but only if under a suitable license (though some adoptables are sold individually). There was also a push from fursuit makers to call artist-designed, ready-to-wear fursuits "fursuit adoptables" (instead of "premades" as they are often called now), and some fursuit makers offer artist-designed character costumes, but custom fit to the customer - in fact, some Japanese fursuit makers take commissions exclusively in this way. --Kakurady (talk) 18:43, 10 April 2018 (EDT)