Anthropomorphic cat girl

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Anthropomorphic cat girl

Back Home Up Next A catgirl wearing sailor fuku. A catgirl is a woman or girl with cat ears and a cat tail, but an otherwise human body; they are found semi-commonly in anime and manga either as a form of cosplay or actual body parts, as well as in a few video games Dark Cloud, for example. Catgirls wishing to look especially cute will wear over-sized mittens and shoes that look like paws.

Anthropomorphic cat girl

Fans unfamiliar with the Japanese obsession with cuteness kawaii sometimes point out catgirls act more like kittens than grown cats, who can be aloof and surly. Most catgirls are typically not considered furry because they resemble humans with cat-like embellishments rather than being an anthropomorphic cat.

This is similar to the phenomenon of becoming chibi and is mostly a stylistic quirk from manga artists. Sometimes characters do not actually feature cat-like ears or such an accessory but their hair sticks out and resembles cat ears. Characters in anime and manga may momentarily develop a catlike mouth. This is usually used to emphasize mischievous thoughts or comments by a character. Rebellious boys are more often compared to dogs InuYasha being a popular example or wolves.

The "lone-wolf" characterization is very common for brooding, aggressive, socially isolated males, while comparisons to dogs usually refer to adorably rebellious but ultimately harmless boys.

Anthropomorphic cat girl

However, in certain anime and manga series, such as Loveless, a boy may be compared to a cat in a similar way catgirls are. In those occasions, they are sometimes referred to as catbois or catboys. Understandably, Bishounen catboys are typically associated with shoujo and yaoi. Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter series is sometimes depicted as a catgirl in Japanese doujinshi due to her accident with the Polyjuice Potion in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, in which she temporarily took on many characteristics of a cat. In some circles, catgirl is a disparaging term for a stereotypical hyperactive and obnoxious fangirl, who might wear cat ears as an accessory while at conventions.

Amy Diamondstar from Exodus - Furry Rebellion! Amy is some kind of pink-furred cat. Calico Ashigari from Exodus - Furry Rebellion!. Captain Amelia from Treasure Planet. Foxxy's ears are only part of her hat, but her tail actually seems to be Anthropomorphic cat girl of her body. Foxy Malone from Exodus - Furry Rebellion!.

Unlike most catgirls, Dr. Manx does not have a tail or if she does, it was never shown on the program.

Anthropomorphic cat girl

Natsuki from Hyper Police who is a nekomusume Nei and Fal a. There is some dispute that the "Nei-type" or "Numan" is not a catgirl because they lack tails.

Anthropomorphic cat girl

Neko a staff member and the species Kera'sha from the book series Dragon Tamers, appearing from the second book onwards. Cats, made by MultiMedia Free content and software. Back Home Up Next.

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Anthropomorphic Cat Girl