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This doesn't seem particularly furry to me. The wolf is just an apparation representing something? -- Sine 21:12, 7 June 2007 (UTC)

Judging by what the wikipedia article says about the book... While it does have a sort of therian-like sound to it, I agree that perhaps it's not notable enough to be documented here. --Banrai | talk (06/07/07) 21.26 (UTC)
The wolf is a consistent motif through the book, and makes specific appearances as a wolf (though much of what takes place in the book is only dubiously physically taking place). The novels category is, as the category page states, for novels of relevance to the furry fandom, not simply for literary works that are mainstream furry in the modern fandom sense, much as with wikifur as a whole, as I understand it --Furthling

Forgot that the rollback function doesn't allow leaving a edit summary / comment as using the edit tab does; sorry about that. I've restored the appropriate template, which is used by regular editors, and thus flagged this article as one to be further discussed. Any discussion about the general wording or use of a template can more appropriately go on the talk page of the template, or in the Forum. -- Sine 06:25, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

Agreed. And use of that template has no coherent much less legitimate basis in policy, and does not belong on any article until it does. (EDIT: in it's present form, I mean.) --Furthling 22:30, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

Article update #1 (April 17 2009)[edit]

Updating the entry's appropriateness status. Keep or delete? - Spirou 03:17, 18 April 2009 (UTC)

Tentative Delete Apparently there's a wolf in it, but symbolic, not what we could call a furry. Correct me if I'm wrong. --Rat 06:37, 18 April 2009 (UTC)