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Species that go well together?

Trogdor_24

New Member
I don't think it really matters......usually depends on compatibility in my opinion :p. Here's a thought: Wolves and Foxes. I think they might go well together, but then again, it usually depends on compatibility :p.
 

Monster.

The future Mrs. Schmuck
There's one person I know of that actually changed her fursona after she started dating some guy who has a wolf fursona. I think she claimed that she changed her fursona to a husky/wolf because she "felt like she had the wrong species of fursona to begin with" and then claims changing will also "help her improve on her drawings of canines". I don't think it matters what species someone is; I think it's just stupid when people change to be more "compatible" as a couple. Hell, I've seen a Musk Ox and a Fox together.
 

flamedarkfire

New Member
I'm a fox dating a cat/skunk hybrid. I tend to think that furs of the same taxonomic family go well together, my current relationship notwithstanding.
 

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how about ferrets and kangaroos?
they're both made out of springs
 

RayO_ElGatubelo

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I'm a fox dating a cat/skunk hybrid. I tend to think that furs of the same taxonomic family go well together, my current relationship notwithstanding.

I've seen the opposite. Dogs and cats go really well together. I'm dating a fox, and I know a lioness/leopardess who's dating a wolf.

Recently a wolf I know started dating a lion and it's going really well.
 

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bats and dragons???
bunnies and avians???
 

RogueSareth

Glitter Eater
I'm going mostly with the human dating a human thing
but just to play along my fursona is a cabbit and if my boyfriend had a fursona it would most definitely be a husky
 

RayO_ElGatubelo

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Cross breeding entirely different species doesn't make sense and is a stupid derpy concept.

I agree with you. This whole concept of different species having offspring sounds like a Ken Ham faux pas.

However, just because they can't have cubs doesn't mean they can't make love.
 
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ferrets and rats?
meat slinkies
no
ferrets are slinkies but rats are more like hot wheels or rc cars
have you ever tried to put a slinky on an rc car?
it doesn't work
 

Gavrill

ladies~
no
ferrets are slinkies but rats are more like hot wheels or rc cars
have you ever tried to put a slinky on an rc car?
it doesn't work
oh okay
so ferrets are a useless toy that never works and rats are awesome
got it
 

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oh okay
so ferrets are a useless toy that never works and rats are awesome
got it
no
ferrets are a fun toy that breaks way too easily and can never be fixed
 

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wait, are you saying you got a slinky to work?
I'm calling bullshit.
it's not rocket surgery
you put it on a step
you lift up about a third of it
and then you bend it forward and drop that third on the step below it
 

Digitalpotato

Rants like a Gryphon
Lessee just about every species out there. :B
 

LupineLove

It's a TRAP!
Well, I am a wolf and I'm dating a Monitor Lizard...So, Idk if species has anything to do with it.
 

Kayze

Member
I personally label someone as 'special needs' when they need/think of their partner as their fursona IRL. I don't mean playful word play or some role reversal, but actually imagining your partner as their fursona. It's insulting and insane.

As a serious reply, specie selection are generally influenced from a person's personality. Though since each person depicts a species having different characteristics, it isn't a solid rule of thumb but close enough. But this is why there's a common pairing, cause the personality line up.
 
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