WikiFur:Today's featured article/August 28, 2005
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Astolpho is both a babyfur illustrator and a fictional character created by rootdown. He is most frequently depicted as a humanoid lion cub wearing a collar with an oversized jinglebell and a diaper, though is also occasionally represented as an adult lion wearing carousel riding gear. He multiplies when he comes in contact with water, dies when exposed to direct sunlight, and should never, ever be fed after midnight. Astolpho's name is taken from the poem Orlando Furioso, by Renaissance writer Ludovico Ariosto.