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The 'typical' multifurry has multiple tails, although this is far from universal. Some multifurs have two heads, and others multiple pairs of arms.
Some species are automatically excluded, because of their regular features.
- Insects are naturally multilimbed.
- Taurs are not multifurry in themselves, as they are considered the conjoinment of two (or more) semi-autonomous body structures rather than the further conjoinment of single limbs or body parts. Hextaurs, however, are.
- Doubled torsos are multifurry and are not to be mistaken with actual taurs, as they feature a replica of the character's own torso below the original one, and not a replica of a quadruped animal's torso. Bartholomew J. Sutter was a double-torso multifur.
- Kitsune with multiple tails are by definition multifurry.
- Cerberus (three headed dogs) are also, by definition, multifurry.
Artists who regularly create multifurry art
- Kelly "STrRedWolf" Price -- STrRedWolf also has a webcomic, Stalag '99, which often shows multifurries as part of a few dedicated species. He also claims to have started the multifurry craze.
- Andrew "KT" Mutchler
- Adrian "AraKaraath" Maus
- Bartholomew J. Sutter
Examples of multifurry characters
- Kaleb the Dog is Siberian husky taur who has four arms and blue/white fur with green highlights.
- Chip Fox is a red fox who sometimes has four arms.
- Juniper the Skunktaur is a skunktaur with four arms.
Did you know? The logo of the Italian petrol company Agip is a six-legged dog breathing fire.