* Sabrina, from the [[FurryComic furry webcomic]] ''WebComic/SabrinaOnline'', [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] this by revealing that Sabrina is actually a BarefootCartoonAnimal, and her ostensibly naked lower body is in fact covered with stretch-pants that match her skunk fur pattern. Her roommate, Amy, borrows some when she puts on weight during pregnancy.
** Prior to the creation of the comic, Amy (who at the time was the creator's main character) was depicted wearing only a skirt. Yes, she had breasts, but they were somewhat vaguely defined and noticeably fuzzy, suggesting the traditional "they don't need clothes because the fur covers it" explanation.
** This also occurred later on with Sabrina's boyfriend, who was [[http://sabrina-online.com/strips/SabOnline226.GIF a bit shocked]] to find that Sabrina was buying underwear.
** This gets turned UpToEleven in a short animation featuring Amy jogging to her job... while forgetting something.
* Ozy from ''WebComic/OzyAndMillie'' generally wears a vest and a top hat, but no pants. Ms. Sokowitz and Avery [[spoiler:and eventually Llewellyn]] have outfits that lack pants as well. Millie and Felicia do not wear shirts, and Millie has plenty of scenes entirely unclothed.
** This is something of an odd example--it regularly draws comment, suggesting that Ozy and Avery is ''expected'' to wear pants, yet nobody ever treats it as if his exceptional nudity is a ''problem.'' Other characters his age also go around without a full complement of clothing with no comment. As is usually the case with this trope, calling attention to the fact is mostly based on the RuleOfFunny.
* Max and Cecil from ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}'' usually go naked, but for a water fight, they wear trunks. This is lampshaded in [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/75 this strip]]:
-->'''Cecil:''' "Omigosh! He's right! I feel so dirty!"
* There were advertisements for ''WebComic/CtrlAltDel'' shirts with Zeke, resident robot, exclaiming that "Wearing a shirt only draws attention to my complete lack of pants!"
* The Fartmutant from Powerjeff, while not an animal, follows this trope. The shirt seems arbitrary seeing as how he spent the first few issues completely naked (but still PG) [[http://www.drunkduck.com/Powerjeff/]]
* Maybe the characters aren't actually animals, but no one in [[http://www.flyingmanandfriends.com Flying Man and Friends]] wears anything. At all.
* ''TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' repeatedly lampshades the fact that [[CuteMonsterGirl Molly]]'s fur lets her get away with nudity. Her [[CloningBlues sister]] Galatea prefers to wear clothing, though.
* ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' has half-dressed squirrel girls for the most part, once they're reminded that they don't need to be the InnocentFanServiceGirl squad. Kat and Pip are both fully clothed (unusual for a penguin).
* ''KevinAndKell'' usually avoids this for mammals and insects; they're expected to be fully dressed. Birds tend to be nude, although a 'bridesmaid dress' worn at an avian wedding looked more like a bird costume.
* Some of the anthropomorphic animal characters in ''ExterminatusNow'' are fully dressed up in trousers or skirts, shirts, ties, shoes, boots, coats or trenchcoats, while others wear ''only'' a trenchcoat, or only a hat, or a sash plus boots and nothing else. At one point, one of the (pants-wearing) characters even comments on his (pantless) colleague's lack of trousers, who tells him to get lost. Of course, most of the characters have fur, or if they're turtles or mantis-people they lack outward sexual characteristics anyway. Clothing seem to be pretty much optional and just a fashion statement. No-one seems to be ''completely'' undressed, however.
* Bob and other characters in ''{{Horndog}}''.
* In ''{{Fite}}'', most of the characters are fully clothed (except for a few understandable {{Walking Shirtless Scene}}s), but the Mutali Chief wears only a vest. None of the other Mutali wear any clothes or even walk upright, placing them lower on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism than everyone else.
* Ever noticed this isn't applied to ''everyone'' in the same story? Hence "[[WesternAnimation/DuckTales DrunkTales]]" parody by Caldwell Tanner.
* Horatio Porque from ''Frog Raccoon Strawberry'' never wears pants, and when Strawberry puts on any kind of clothing, it is usually over her frog costume.
* Like real lizards, the LizardFolk in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' have everything sheathed internally and thus don't require clothes.
-->"I don't need your standard-issue loincloth, I've been walking around without pants this entire time! It's called a genital sheath, look it up. Hey, while you're at it, look up '[[ExoticEquipment hemipenes]]', because [[CurseCutShort you can suck BOTH of my--"]]
* Female dragons from [[http://www.drunkduck.com/Dragon_City Dragon City]] have all their naughty bits under their tails, so they normally run around naked, but when Erin joined the Dragoness Scouts, she and the other dragonesses had to wear green vests...and only green vests. Erin makes a comment that wearing the vest makes her feel naked.
** Male dragons only wear shorts most of the time.
* Kimbo from ''1930 Nightmare Theatre'' is a textbook example, usually wearing only a shirt and nothing else. However, it's both lampshaded and subverted in [[http://dummcomics.com/2009/12/18/kimbos-special-purpose/ this strip]]. (NSFW) Also, him and the other [[FunnyAnimal funny animals]] in the comic can apparently sport [[SuddenAnatomy Sudden Genitalia]] when needed, and it's lampshaded more than once.
* Very few characters in ''Webcomic/ThePackrat'' are fully clothed, even most of the females and [[TheCameo cameo]] celebrities aren't.
* Maryweather from ''Webcomic/DandyAndCompany'' wears a shirt, despite the strip's other furry characters being {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s.
* {{Lampshaded}} in [[http://derpiboo.ru/147019 this]] WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic interview comic; in one panel Trixie is apparently admiring Cloud Swarmer's... uh... he is a stallion (The comic is worksafe, though).
* {{Lampshaded}} in WebComic/CommanderKitty, when FullyDressedCartoonAnimal Nin Wah realizes yet ''another'' [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2010/05/09/freaky-things/ thing she doesn't like about CK's crew]].
* In ''Webcomic/ThreeJaguars'', Artist wears overalls and nothing else. Then Business Manager wears nothing but fur, and Marketer is fully clad.
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