General: kemonomimi mode

When characters who don't normally have any animal-like features (such as ears or a tail) are depicted with animal ears, tail, and/or a little fur.

This can also include characters who are canonically animal-like, but are depicted with a different set of animal features (post #194136, for example).

Note, however, that this does not include characters who can modally become animal-like, such as Inu Sakuya or the Strike Witches.

Also not to be confused with fake animal ears.

When there are more animal-like features like a snout or full fur use furrification instead.

See also

Updated by DMSchmidt 6 months ago