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Suggest some unique animals to be my fursona?

CaitlinSnowLeopard

Well-Known Member
From your description:
*Shy/antisocial
*Goofy around people you trust
*Can be moody
*Lazy

This may be boring if you want a unique species, but that personality sounds very much like a cat.
And if an ordinary housecat is a bit too pedestrian, you can always choose a unique breed like a Sphynx (I've seen very few Sphynx characters) or a wild species like a Pallas cat or Sand cat!

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TowerHaunt

Feraligatr
TONS! Lemur, Koalas, Pandas, Tanuki, Pokemon make great fursonas when you find one that really speaks to you. Chinchillas make a good suit.
 

Punk_M0nitor

Resident Edgelord
Emerald tree boa is the first thing I thought of, but that's if you're interested in reptiles. They make great pets but can be temperamental and have a very nasty bite as far as nonvenomous snakes go.
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If you want a mammal, I might suggest a striped hyena (also called an aardwolf because they're insectivores).
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The_biscuits_532

Sneaky rainforest kitty
Emerald tree boa is the first thing I thought of, but that's if you're interested in reptiles. They make great pets but can be temperamental and have a very nasty bite as far as nonvenomous snakes go.
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If you want a mammal, I might suggest a striped hyena (also called an aardwolf because they're insectivores).
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Just a note:

Aardwolves and Striped Hyenas do look very similar, but are distinct species.

Striped Hyenas (Hyaena Hyaena) live across North Africa and The Middle East, and are scavengers

Aardwolves (Proteles Cristata) live in Southern Africa, and are small, nocturnal Insectivores.
 
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