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An example of a nekomimi character

Kemono refers to characters with animal features, such as ears, tails or claws. The most common form of kemono character is probably the catgirl, or nekomimi. Though the distinction can be difficult to quantify, kemono and furry are considered different genres, the easiest distinction being that kemono characters do not have fur (save for on the animal portions of their bodies.) Kemono characters are given a wider social acceptance than furry characters.

Examples of kemono characters are

  • Felecia (Darkstalkers)
  • Pink (Dragon Pink)
  • InuYasha (InuYasha)
  • Shippo (InuYasha)
  • The bunny from Dream Colored Bunny

Common Kemono subtypes
Cat Girl
Dog Girl
Fox Girl
Bunny Girl

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