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->''"Unleash the bunny squadron!"''
--> -- '''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}''' on ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''

Known in Japan as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kemonomimi "kemonomimi"]] (roughly translating as "animal ears", but [[GratuitousJapanese not so easy to spell]]), these are the most dramatically [[SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism anthropomorphized]] characters, who appear virtually human, but feature the added characteristics of an animal's [[UnusualEars ears]] and tail. A Little Bit Beastly is not furry, feathery, or scaly, and should still have human skin, a human face, a completely human nose, and a human skull and torso structure. Additional features like claws, [[HornedHumanoid horns]], AnimalEyes, CuteLittleFangs, or the special abilities and/or instincts of that animal, may also be present. In-universe, they display the same mannerisms (including the need to wear clothes) as humans, but are generally considered a distinct species in their own right (demons being common), due to the general {{Squick}} of [[InterspeciesRomance the alternative]]. Hair usually covers the sides of their heads at all times, [[TakeAThirdOption avoiding the dilemma]] of whether they should have two sets of ears or a creepy-looking lack of humanlike ears.

This can overlap with RubberForeheadAliens, depending on the setting; one of the most common (some would argue [[{{Cliche}} overused]]) ways to invent a fictional race or alien species is to take a non-hominid animal and [[IntelligentGerbil anthropomorphize it]] to an extreme, resulting in a virtually human character with a few animal traits (when it is not a BeastMan or PettingZooPerson). This is often {{Hand Wave}}d as either an [[ArtisticLicenseBiology "alternate evolutionary path"]], or descendants of a ServantRace created by [[LegoGenetics infusing humans with the abilities of animals]].

In myth, these traits are a common form of GlamourFailure for animalistic [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifters]] trying to disguise themselves as human, most famously {{Kitsune}}. In some depictions they will even [[PartialTransformation assume Little Bit Beastly forms on purpose]], as a way to have the greater utility and[=/=]or [[{{Glamour}} beauty]] of a human body [[MarkOfTheSupernatural without being mistaken for a "mere human" in the process]].

A midway point between this and PettingZooPeople is Borderline Little Bit Beastly. These have an animal-accented human face and body frame with the animal's ears, nose, tail (where applicable), markings, and covering. They have a mostly or nearly human-shaped head and little or no semblance of their species' muzzle. If they are a bird, they have the beak or bill respective to their species that is small regardless of their species on an otherwise human-shaped head. Please note that these types of characters are usually treated as PettingZooPeople, so any example of a Borderline LBB should go on that page.

Sometimes referred to as the "ten percent" variety of anthropomorphism, usually to differentiate fans of this type of character from UsefulNotes/FurryFandom. See also CuteMonsterGirl or BeastMan. Compare HalfHumanHybrid for an [[InterspeciesRomance actual hybrid]] between a human and another species.

See PettingZooPeople and especially FunnyAnimal and CivilizedAnimal for animal characters who retain larger shares of animal features, on the SlidingScaleOfAnthropomorphism. See BeastFolk for human characters who retain larger shares of animal features.

Examples do not have to be Little Bit Beastly by nature. They can be normal humans who [[BalefulPolymorph have been turned into]] Little Bit Beastly. See also: MarkOfTheSupernatural, MoeAnthropomorphism, OurMonstersAreDifferent, UnusualEars, WingedHumanoid. For costume ears, see AnimalEaredHeadband.

A SuperTrope to:
* CatGirl, one of the most popular types.
* FaunsAndSatyrs
* [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Mermaid]]
* PeacockGirl (when a character actually has one; simply wearing one would be FluffyFashionFeathers)

Not to be confused with tropes like BeePeople (which is about eusocial societies, not actual insectoids).


[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
[[AC:More than one type]]
* ''LightNovel/LogHorizon'': There are three "beast races" in the game ''Elder Tale'', corresponding to the FighterMageThief trio. Members of the [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Wolf Fang]] race are usually identical to humans, but manifest wolf ears and tails when they get worked up in battle (or at all times, if they so choose). [[LethalJokeCharacter Fox Tail]] characters naturally have fox ears and one or more tails, but can hide them magically. The [[InconsistentDub Werecats/Felinoids]] are instead full-blown PettingZooPeople, but ironically lack tails. All three races have a shared backstory as soldiers created in ancient times to fight monsters.
* The entire cast of ''Manga/DamekkoDoubutsu''.
* ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'':
** Aizawa Minto/Mew Mint, who is part Lorikeet.
** Fujiwara Zakuro/Mew Zakuro, who is part wolf.
** Hwang Bu-ling/Mew Pudding, a golden lion tamarin.
** Midorikawa Retasu/Mew Lettuce is a rare example of a porpoise-girl. Her cetecean features are limited to ribbonlike antennae coming out of her head, although she later turns into a mermaid. Like Ichigo (wildcat likened to domestic cats) and Zakuro (wolf given a few dog qualities), Retasu and her powers are ''mostly'' porpoise-related but sometimes reflect just plain fish, like how she can breathe underwater.
** Shirayuki Berii/Mew Berry of ''Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode'' is part cat girl, part bunny girl, and all CanonSue.
* Many of the people in ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime'' are either this or PettingZooPeople.
** Princess Sophie, Prince Auler, and Queen Elana of the Windmill Kingdom have floppy, dog-like UnusualEars. The king, meanwhile, is a PettingZooPerson Dog.
** Princess Lione, Prince Tio, and King Wohl from the Flame Kingdom are Lion-based cat folk.
** Princess Mirlo from the Waterdrop Kingdom has bear ears whereas her mother is very much a [[BearsAreBadNews bear]].
* According to Creator/StudioGainax, Viral from ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' is "a shark with feline genetics. If you pull out his teeth they grow back." He looks mostly human, except for catlike eyes and paws and shark's teeth.
** [[spoiler:Boota]] in his human form in the Multi-Dimensional Labryinth is a {{Bishonen}} with whiskers. His EvilCounterpart, [[spoiler:Guame]], however, has the humanoid form of a [[LizardFolk Lizard Man]].
** Cytomander is a peacock.
** Adiane has a scorpion tail.
* [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Ryo-okhi]] has three forms, ones as cat-rabbit, one as humanoid with cabbit-like feature, and the third is [[LivingShip a starship]]
* The characters of ''Anime/StrikeWitches'' take on the ears and tails of various animals when they use their magic. Most of them are various cats or dogs.
* ''VideoGame/{{Utawarerumono}}'' has almost the entire cast of them. Almost all characters have fluffy animal ears and tails, with the exception of the Onkamiyamukai, who are {{Winged Humanoid}}s. The types of ears and tails vary depending on race: most characters are shown with dog ears and tails, but there are others who take after cats or rabbits as well. The main character, Hakuoro, is viewed as the weirdo because he's an ordinary, tail-less human. Well, that and the mask permanently stuck to his face...
* In one chapter of ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro turns the animals in a zoo into animal-like humans with one of Kululu's [[TransformationRay crazy transformation guns]], the platoon hoping that they can then convince one of them to join forces with them.
* Lady Bat, the VillainousCrossdresser of ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch''. Guess what he is.
** The Black Beauty Sisters are anglerfish girls. [[spoiler: In fact, they actually ''are'' anglerfish, transformed into kemonomimi.]]
** Lanhua/Ranfa is a butterfly woman. Alala may be a dragonfly, but it's more likely that she's a fairy.
* One of the many "human" species in ''Manga/ACentaursLife'' are the "Long Ear" people, who are essentially this trope. [[CatGirl Cat people]] seems to be the most common variation, but there are others as well.
* Everyone in ''Anime/DogDays'' is a kemonomimi, save for the four humans. It goes to mention that everyone refers to themselves as humans.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'' - Cathy a.k.a. Cat-chan shows kemonomimi traits with cat ears, tail, and apparently can talk to cats and Dog-chan is able to talk to dogs and has cute floppy ear-like hair.
* ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'' includes the requisite {{Cat Girl}}s, wolf-men, a dog-man, and a race of WingedHumanoids. More exotic variants, such as a walrus-man, are sometimes seen in crowd shots.
* ''LightNovel/ProblemChildrenAreComingFromAnotherWorldArentThey'' has a number of different types, including the rabbit main character Kurousagi.
* One of the basic concepts behind ''Manga/PlusAnima''; the term "+Anima" applies to humans who can turn into this at will, almost always after witnessing the animal they're based on during a moment of life-threatening trauma (for example, a character became a fish +Anima after nearly drowning). Interestingly, this trope is also [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]]. +Anima are ''not'' easily accepted by normal folks, oftentimes being victims of [[FantasticRacism severe and disturbingly realistic prejudice]]. The main characters include, in order of appearance:
** Cooro, a crow +Anima.
** Husky, the aforementioned fish +Anima.
** Senri, a bear +Anima.
** Nana, a bat +Anima.
* ''Manga/GugureKokkurisan'':
** Kokkuri the {{kitsune}} usually appears as a human with fox ears and tail.
** Inugami the dog {{youkai}} gains a tail and ears only when in female form, for obvious reasons.
* ''Manga/PetshopOfHorrors'' is full of these. Count D runs a shady pet shop in LA's Chinatown and with the help of a little incense, his customers can see the pets they receive from him as animal people. In their human forms, the animals sometimes retain basic traits from their animal selves - a pair of horns or some ears, a scaly lizard tail, fangs, fish appear as merpeople, etc. Others appear totally human, but still have animal-like personalities.
* ''Anime/ShowByRock'' features a world of animal people called Myumons, who can switch between this and a less human FunnyAnimal form.
* The titular Nukos in ''Manga/NukoDuke'' are described as "cat-like hominidae that has evolved to be closer to humans than cats". They're basically tiny people (about the size of a fist) with cat ears and tails and has some feline characteristics.
* Cerberus of ''Manga/TodaysCerberus'' has a tail that behaves just like a dog's. Pulling on her tail can also be used to change which personality/head is the one in control of her body.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', female Minks in general tend to look more like humans with animal features than their male brethren, who are downright talking animals.
* [[CuteMonsterGirl Tsuyu Asui]] from ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' can basically do whatever a frog can, and her friend [[SnakePeople Habuko Mongoose]] has a snake head.
* ''Anime/KemonoFriends'' is set in a wildlife reserve-slash-amusement park where a substance called [[GreenRocks "Sandstar"]] has turned the animals into humanoids who are known as Friends. They have a few standard ''kemonomimi'' traits from their original forms but are otherwise humans, including wearing clothing that they didn't know was removable until the TokenHuman told them so during the HotSpringsEpisode. Additionally, the show only depicts land animals and birds [[spoiler:though the LastEpisodeNewCharacter -- [[TheUnseen heard but not seen]] -- is apparently a dolphin [[AllThereInTheManual according to the credits]].]]
** The old Nexon mobage and manga featured a few more marine mammals (dolphins, whales, seals, and a narwhal.)

[[AC: Cats]]
* In ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', Kyo will once in a while have cat ears to show his mood. Occasionally, this happens when he's put out about something, but usually it's just because he's mad. Like usual. It's not commented on or noticed by any of the characters, so it's purely an artistic and comedic effect.
** [[{{Keet}} Momiji]] also gets [[EverythingsBetterWithBunnies bunny ears]] on random occasion, and [[CuteMute Kisa]] gets tiger ears and a tail [[RuleOfCute just to look more adorable]].
* Archer of Red, a.k.a. [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Atalanta]], from ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha'' has the ears and tail of a lion, as well cat-like paws on her hands. They're apparently the after-effects of a curse that was put on her when she was alive.
* Anna and Uni Puma from ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'' are gynoids designed as cat girls sans tails.
* Leone from ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' turns into a lion-girl with her Imperial Arms' transformation, with the cat features becoming more distinguished the more power she uses.

* A minor character from the ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' anime and manga series is Kurama, an AncientAstronauts version of a Tengu (bird-goblin). Apparently, her species is divided into two 'halves'; one of them are humanoid crows the size of goblins, the other are, well, see the trope name. Also, she's the [[LastofHisKind last one of the second type]], and her duty (as she sees it) is to find a worthy guy to help her rebuild the population. Unfortunately for her, the only options in the series are [[CasanovaWannabe Ataru Moroboshi]], [[HandsomeLech Shuutaro]] [[SpoiledBrat Mendo]], and [[{{Bifauxnen}} Ryuunosuke]]. She's also technically a HalfHumanHybrid; one of her female ancestors (who was, herself, an example of this trope) married a famous samurai from Japan.
* The ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' manga reveals that Setsuna is half-[[strike:tengu]] Bird Clan, a variety of humanoid bird demon. This is implied in the last episode of the first anime (and downgraded to mere pactio transformation in the second), but never said outright in either anime. She sports an impressive set of white wings, which she can hide or shrink when not in use. Unfortunately, the Bird Clan considers white wings to be bad luck, and her half human lineage resulted in some self-depreciation.
** It's further revealed in the manga that she's an albino who dyes her hair and wears colored contacts to hide the fact, explaining the issues with her family. (Happens in real-world cultures.)
* The residents of Mt. Phoenix in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' who, along with the requisite [[WingedHumanoid wings]], also have talon-like hands and feet.

* Meirin and Tamamonomae in ''VisualNovel/YamiToBoushiToHonNoTabibito''. Some argue that these two are the same person, just placed in different worlds and times.
* Youko in ''LightNovel/{{Inukami}}''.
* Kuon from ''VideoGame/TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever'' is a fox demon.
* Chizuru from ''LightNovel/{{Kanokon}}''.
* Youko Kurama from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''. And a minor character, Koto the announcer girl.
* Kuugen from ''LightNovel/WagayaNoOinariSama'' Also a case of a GenderBender.
* Sakura, the 8-and-1/5 Kyuubi Fox in ''Manga/HyperPolice''.
* [[spoiler:Makoto]] in ''VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}'' is a magically shapeshifted fox who doesn't have the appearance of one so much as the behavior. Unfortunately, [[spoiler:she doesn't get as good a deal as kitsunes normally seem to and after spending a few weeks with Yuuichi her [[FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome intelligence plummets back into that of a fox's and her motor control deteriorates rapidly]] and ''then'' [[DownerEnding she dies]] without realizing she just got 'married.'[[note]]Even worse in the 18+ version of the game. What does Yuuichi do as she is about to disappear? Holder her hand and gently stroke her head? No, he has sex with her, because that's the right thing to do in that situation.[[/note]] In the anime it's not as bad, though.]]
* Tomoe from ''Manga/KamisamaKiss''.
* Lust, the personification of the sin itself, from ''Roleplay/WeAreOurAvatars'' is Part-fox. In fact, she vaguely looks like Ran Yakumo, according to a few visitors from Gensokyo.
* The titular character of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' [[SealedInsideAPersonShapedCan contains]] the [[{{Kitsune}} Nine-Tailed Fox]]; presumably as a result of this, he has fox-like whisker-marks on his cheeks.
* The title character of ''Manga/HanaTheFoxGirl'' is a white inari fox who can take on human form. When she does so, she has fox ears, a tail, and CuteLittleFangs.

[[AC:Wolves and Dogs]]
* Holo, a wolf spirit in ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf''.
* Liru, a werewolf in ''Anime/MagicalPokaan''.
* Certain Familiars and Guardian Beasts from ''[[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha]]'', such as Arf and Zafira.
* The titular [[HalfHumanHybrid half dog-demon]] of ''Manga/InuYasha'' looks like a human with dog-ears and fangs. His brother Sesshomaru (dog-demon) and TheRival Koga and his clan (wolf-demons) are full demons, but they look pretty human except for the tail and pointy ears. It is implied that this is only their disguise form; at least Sesshomaru is able to convert into his true form, a giant demon dog. Several other examples appear throughout the series, like Shippo (fox-demon), Myoga (flea-demon), the bat-demon clan and Jinenji (half ginormous bug-eyed horse thing-demon).
* Kotaro Inugami in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', same as Manga/InuYasha, and he likes to call himself a wolf.
* The Inukami in, well, ''LightNovel/{{Inukami}}'' Most of them hide their dog-like traits pretty well, though Tomohane's tail is quite clearly visible in human form.
* Ouka in ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//Legend of the Twilight]]''; her character class is "Werewolf".
* Nozomu from ''LightNovel/{{Kanokon}}''
* Elga, Luna and Rino, the dog-girls from ''Manga/{{Inumimi}}''.
* Dog hybrid chimera Dorochet from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''. Although the only canine trait we really get to see from him is an extreme sense of loyalty. That, and a fellow chimera jokes he lifts his leg to pee.
* In ''Anime/DogDays'', with the exception of Shinku (a regular human), Yuki (a fox), and Brioche (a wolf), everyone on the Biscotti side has dog features.
* Inugami from ''Manga/NurarihyonNoMago'' is a Dog Boy [[spoiler: and is naturally loyal to the death]]. While he constantly has his tongue out, he doesn't have dog ears, although his hair is spiky enough.
* Kiba Inuzuka of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' belongs to a ninja clan with dog-themed powers. As a result, his eyes have thin, animalistic pupils and he has fang-like incisors.

* Son Goku in ''Franchise/DragonBall'' doesn't have ears, but he has a monkey tail. This is a reference to [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest Sun Wukong the Monkey King]]. This later gets expanded to all Saiyans.
* Nano-Nano Pudding from ''Anime/GalaxyAngelRune'' and ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel II]]'', though an ArtificialHuman made of {{Nanomachines}}, has what is clearly a monkey tail. She seems to be an {{Expy}} of Bu-ling.
* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', Rinku (that kid with the yo-yos) meets a half-monkey girl during the makai tournament.
* Darius, a human-gorilla chimera from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' (nicknamed ''Donkey Kong'' by Ed, so go figure), has a less animalistic-appearance than the other chimera that Ed and the gang eventually travel with, as he barely gains any fur and he still keeps his face-shape (Though somewhat justified as humans and gorillas are in the same biological family).

[[AC:Rabbits, Rodents, and other small mammals]]
* Unagi, the loli-mascot of Popotan, is probably the only literal weaselgirl (hondo stoat, actually) in fiction!
* Delmo from ''Anime/CosplayComplex'', down to her size. She has [[CuteLittleFangs fangs]], though.
* ''Anime/GetsumenToHeikiMina'''s Rabbit Force, all of whom take on rabbit ears and a tail in their MagicalGirl form.
* Princess Milro of the Water Kingdom in ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime'' is a beaver, apparently.
* Vert from ''Anime/DogDays'' seems to be the only rabbit. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in the third season with the introduction of Leaf and an entire country of rabbit people.

* ''Milk Party'' -- A most disturbing h-manga oneshot. In this setting cows are PettingZooPeople with cow ears and tails. They are still treated like RealLife cows and are used to produce milk. When the main character inevitably does the deed with the new cow his mother bought he considers it bestiality but cannot bring himself to stop. The cow ends up giving birth to the main character's child, an adorable baby boy who greatly resembles him and has bull ears and a tail. The main character has to talk his mother out of taking the calf to a butcher shop! FridgeHorror sets in when you realize that people get beef in this setting by butchering "cows" that are visually indistinguishable from humans with added ears and tails.
* Similar to the above, ''Moo Moo Farm'' takes place in a world where cattle resemble human girls. The [[TwistEnding ending]] follows this line of thought to its logical conclusion- [[spoiler: the protagonist's mother, as well as every other human girl in that universe, resemble actual cows.]]
* In ''Manga/TwelveBeast'', Female Minotaurs tend to look like human women with horns and cow feet [[BizarreSexualDimorphism unlike their male counterparts,]] who tend to look like the standard version of a minotaur.

[[AC:Reptiles & Dragons]]
* Bido and Martel from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''. The first is a human and lizard hybrid chimera that looks like an ugly, weird little guy with a tail that can climb up walls. The second is a human and snake chimera, and that mostly translates as an extremely flexible hot girl.
* "Tamaki" from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' is a dragonfolk who is capable of transforming into an actual dragon. In humanoid form, she has thick horns and a thick tail, which according to WordOfGod means she [[GoingCommando can't wear panties]].
* Mink from ''Manga/DragonHalf'' has horns, a tail, and breaths fire.

[[AC:Sea Creatures]]
* Hoshigaki Kisame from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is a sharkman. Suigetsu and [[ShrinkingViolet Chojuro]] have elements of sharks as well. Fuguki, Samehada's owner before Kisame, is a puffer fish man. Though they and the other members (or aspiring members) of the 7 Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist might file their teeth intentionally, it seems they're not monsters but just weird looking people.
* Ika Musume from Manga/ShinryakuIkaMusume has many characteristics of a squid such as tentacles, spitting ink and fins but still looks largely human.

[[AC:Insects & Arachnids]]
* The Bugrom of ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld''. Oddly enough, while all the Bugrom are just giant insects, Queen Diva is entirely [[CuteMonsterGirl humanoid]] with a few insectoid characteristics.

[[folder:Card Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has the Aven race.
** The ''kitsune-bito'' a race of {{samurai}} and mystics, though they only look [[http://ww2.wizards.com/gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=76652 vaguely foxlike]].
** Another example: The ''[[http://ww2.wizards.com/gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=75403 orochi-bito]]'' race are ''four-armed'' snake-people with NonMammalMammaries. It's [[JustifiedTrope justified]] in that they're of supernatural origin.
** The Nantuko tribe in "Odyssey" and "Onslaught blocks" are basically sentient preying mantises.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The Shi'ar, in ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics, are supposed to be descended from birds. The only real sign of this is that [[HumanAliens they have feathers instead of hair]] and (sometimes) on their forearms. Although there are some "throwbacks" who are {{Winged Humanoid}}s, with long feathers on their forearms.
* The DC Universe has the winged Thanagarians, exemplified by ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and [[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Hawkgirl.]]
** This is a relatively recent retcon. The original Thanagarians from the 1960s were ordinary-looking humanoids; their police force wore artificial wings as part of their uniform. A later post-Crisis retcon (in the comic ''Hawkworld'') had the brown-feathered wings replaced by golden metallic ones that were more like bat wings, but were still part of a uniform. Eventually, one incarnation of Hawkman ended up with his own feathered wings. The concept of Thanagarians all having wings originated from the Justice League cartoon AFAIK.
* ''ComicBook/TheDemonMages'' takes place in a world where magic is still alive. As such, there are still basilisk-people and harpy-people walking around. Protagonist Ziggy is a fine example: she's essentially a woman with a large horn coming out of her forehead, and a scaly tail. Other examples exist, such as Saffron and her wing-like arms and bird-like legs.
* DC also has Beast Boy as mentioned in the cartoon examples below. However, his first appearance was actually as a member of the ComicBook/DoomPatrol, which never got it's own cartoon, nor was Beast Boy ever an active member of them in any of their cartoon appearances.
** Beast Boy doesn't really satisfy this trope ''in the comics'', as opposed to the cartoons, since the only unusual thing about him when in human form is that he's green. He has no animal characteristics or features until he transforms into an animal shape, when he fully becomes that animal in physical form -- except that the animal is green.
* ''Kingdom'' is about groups of dogs, genetically engineered to have a humanoid shape, fighting BigCreepyCrawlies. With the exception of Gene the Hackman, all the males are quite clearly dog-men; the females, on the other hand, just look like well-built human women with slight caninesque features.
* Creator/MarvelComics' ComicBook/SquirrelGirl is exactly what she sounds like. And she's also a KillerRabbit par excellence.
* Hepzibah of the Starjammers. She was originally portrayed with definite [[http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Starship/6618/images/hepzibah1.jpg skunk coloration]] but has since become a generic felinoid. Not so surprising, considering [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miss_Mam%27selle_Hepzibah who she was based on]]. Aaaand now she's an elf. At least, that's how she's drawn now.
* ComicBook/BetaRayBill (an equine-headed alien) from ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor''. It is worth noting that his InNameOnly appearance in the 90's Silver Surfer cartoon had him and his people looking even more horse-like, whereas his species in the comics have no horse features and are instead somewhat human, but with no noses or ears. Bill himself is genetically engineered to be a fearsome guardian for his people.
* Beast of the ComicBook/XMen, after he gained his blue fur, initially looked just a bit simian. He later took on cat-like features starting in Creator/GrantMorrison's ''New X-Men''.
* The currently in-development comic novel ''ComicBook/BecomingHuman'' has Samantha, who was [[HumanityEnsues transformed]] from a cat into a CatGirl. She was helped by local kind boy Ken, who is much [[MasculineGirlFeminineBoy weaker]] than Samantha.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* The cast of ''Comicbook/{{Rocky}}'' has animal heads, but are basically human otherwise.
* The winged Hawkmen and hairy Lion Men in ''ComicStrip/FlashGordon''.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11989539/1/Hakkōna Hakkōna]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12023508/1/Kaitō-Kokoro Kaitō Kokoro]]'', [[spoiler:Kiku's true form is that of a nekomataneko, a mix between human and nekomata. In other words, Kiku has a human body with cat ears and twin tails.]]
* There's a whole subgenre in Franchise/HarryPotter fanart, that concentrates mainly around Remus/Sirius pairing. Those fanartists depict both Remus and Sirius with dog/wolf ears, no matter the context.
* Several ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' fanfics will give frequently give the titular character fox ears, and often a varying number of fox tails.
* Most of the mammalian characters in the [[http://nocek.tumblr.com/tagged/petvengers Petvengers]] series of Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse fancomics look like chubby little humanoids with animal ears and tails. The birds are more like inverted PettingZooPeople, with human heads and slightly anthropomorphic bird bodies with taloned feet, wings, and FeatherFingers.
* After being turned into Human-Xenomorph hybrids in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8642208/10/Queen-of-the-Void Queen of the Void]]'', [[spoiler:Kirche and Tabitha]] have chitinous armor on their arms and legs ending in clawed hands and taloned feet, along with xenomorph tails.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Even though he is a puppet in the shape of a normal boy throughout most of the movie, Disney's Disney/{{Pinocchio}} looks like a puppet Little Bit Beastly when he [[BalefulPolymorph gains donkey ears and a donkey tail]] while visiting Pleasure Island. He loses the donkey ears and donkey tail when he turns into a real boy.
* The [[FanNickname Humane Six]] in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'' have pony ears (and wings, in the case of Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy and Twilight Sparkle) in promo artwork, and [[spoiler:during their MagicalGirl transformation at the climax of the movie.]] In the final battle of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'', the Dazzlings and [[SixthRanger Sunset Shimmer]] also get anthro-pony transformations. The dolls of ''Rainbow Rocks'' DJ Pon-3, Trixie, and other minor characters also have pony ears, although in animated form, they have normal human ears and do not undergo a transformation.
* Omar, the hero of ''WesternAnimation/RockAndRule'', looks quite a bit like a dog-man, though his actual species and those of his bandmates is [[CartoonCreature somewhat questionable]]. Some thing Angel is a mousegirl, judging by her very rounded ears. But she also has those trademark ginormous CatGirl eyes. Some think Omar is a rat. No-one knows what the drummer is.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Barf the Mog (half-man, half-dog) from ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}''. "I'm my own best friend!"
* Animala from the BMovie spoof ''Film/TheLostSkeletonOfCadavra'' (2004) and its sequel, ''The Lost Skeleton Returns Again''. Part woman, part four different forest animals. And she can dance hypnotically.
* All American film adaptations of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' have a [[CatGirl Panthera Woman]] that, unlike the other mutated animals on the island (always akin more to PettingZooPeople), is just a regular woman with some mildly feline traits like little fangs. The tradition started with the first adaptation: 1932's ''Film/IslandOfLostSouls'' with actress Kathleen Burke credited as "Panther Woman" (albeit other than her feline moves and [[FurBikini spotted dress]] there's no way to tell she's not human [[spoiler:until her claws show up]]), the 1977 adaptation has [[spoiler:a twist at the end of the movie, [[http://www.diseara.ro/images/filme/galerie/3166_11_1.jpg showing]] Barbara Carrera de-evolving]], the 1997 adaptation ''Film/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' has Creator/FairuzaBalk in the role of a gothic-looking cat girl with only very sharp canine teeth and slightly PointyEars to tell, apart from the expository dialogue.

%% * The [[WingedHumanoid Flock]] from the ''Literature/MaximumRide'' books.
* {{Kitsune}} make an appearance in Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[=SERRAted Edge=]'' series. They help build magical racecars.
* Literature/TheDraka create a species known as [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Ghouloon]] which is effectively a human-baboon hybrid with bits of other species thrown in.
* The Grik from Taylor Anderson's ''Literature/{{Destroyermen}}'' series whom WordOfGod says are evolved from raptors. Also, the Lemurians, who are described as "monkeycats".
* Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs came up with two for his Literature/{{Pellucidar}} series, the Snake people Horibs and the Mahar who are telepathic, parthenogenic Pterodactyls.
* The picture book ''Imogene's Antlers''.
* Creator/JackChalker's ''Literature/TheMoreauFactor'' showcases a vast array of PettingZooPeople, all created through [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetic experimentation]]
* The picture book ''I Wish That I Had Duck Feet''.
* Creator/MaryGentle's Katayans in ''Literature/RatsAndGargoyles'', who are essentially humans with long furry tufted tails.
* The kemos of the web-novel ''Literature/{{Domina}}'' vary on the scale, with some being full [[PettingZooPeople anthros]]. The [[AllThereInTheManual culture documents]] confirm that "kemo" is short for "kemonomimi;" all three of the founders were Japanese.
* Available via human augmentation in John Patrick Lowrie's sci-fi novel ''Dancing With Eternity''. Protagonist Mohandas has lizard scales, sexy sky captain Steel has catlike fur, Steel's assistant is a gorilla (unclear whether he's a human augmented into a gorilla, or a plain old gorilla, though), and one woman they meet is a PeacockGirl with peacock tattoos that fan into an actual peacock tail.
* Although never given a specific term, the half-dog half-humans of ''Literature/TheDogs'' are this: furry and canine below the waist with a plantigrade stance, padded feet and tail, [[CuteLittleFangs sharpened canine teeth]], [[UnusualEars pointed dog-like ears]] with [[spoiler:[[ExoticEquipment genitals to match]]]].

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Wolf from from the ABC mini series ''Series/TheTenthKingdom'' falls under this. While he attempts to hide his traits to blend in, he is shown to have a tail, fangs, claws, and yellow eyes. He also displays canine behaviors when he feels any emotion very strongly.
* Loquasto, from ''Series/KrodMandoonAndTheFlamingSwordOfFire'' is a Grobble, a race with pig ears and tail. He's the only example we've met so far it's unknown whether they are that universe's equivalent of [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orcs]] or not.
* Jim Breuer's Goat Boy character from ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''.
* The Groosalugg in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is an inversion. He hails from a demonic-looking people but his ancestors crossed with "cows" which is their term for their human slaves. For all intents and purposes, he looks 100% human, and one that Cordelia, who had been worrying for the entirety of the episode that she will have to have sex with a horrifying demon, finds incredibly attractive. However, he feels he is a monster for looking like one of the "cows", which of course does not matter to Cordelia who proclaims, "Hey, I'm ''all'' cow!"
* ''Series/BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury'' season 2 includes Hawk, a man from a race descended from birds. Nothing about him is birdlike except he has feathers instead of hair on the top of his head.
* The Zyumans in ''Series/DoubutsuSentaiZyuohger'' are normally PettingZooPeople, but their {{Transformation Trinket}}s grant them human disguises...while leaving their tails completely exposed. Not so bad for elephant-man Tusk, but shark-girl Sela is another matter entirely (and that's before bringing up the occasions where her dorsal fin pops up too)...
* ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' has an example of arachnide LittleBitBeastly in [[PoisonousPerson Stinger]]/Sasori Orange, who would pass for human in both appearance and behavior if he didn't have a scorpion tail. A more than [[OhCrap fully functionable]] scorpion tail. This is normal feature of Scorpius system inhabitants. In relation to the ''Zyuohger'' example above, he looks exactly like a scorpion Zyuman would with TransformationTrinket.
* In ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' a lot of the Wesen when they [[GameFace woge]] just have a few animal traits like pointy ears, fangs or fur like Fuchsbaus and Blutbat.
* ''Series/RedDwarf'' has Cat, whose species has evolved from ''felis domesticus'' into a humanoid form with just vestiges of feline traits, including fangs and apparently six nipples.

[[folder:Myths & Religion]]
* Some creatures from Myth/ClassicalMythology, like FaunsAndSatyrs.

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* Believe it or not, ''Series/TheBackyardigans'' (made of an all-FunnyAnimal cast) had Uniqua as a kemonomimi-ish werewolf on a Halloween special, which only compounded the controversy over her species.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'' included Ungors: mostly human except for hairy legs, somewhat distorted faces, and small horns. Of course there are larger and less human version such as gors and minotaurs
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has a plethora of reptilian humanoids, a few of which qualify as this:
** The snakelike Yuan-ti are just downright demonic. They are (in some versions) the descendants of humans who crossed their genes with those of snakes, and some of them still look almost exactly like humans and infiltrate human society accordingly. In most editions these are known as purebloods.
** There's the Half-dragon template for applying to almost ''anything'' corporeal and living, as well as the Draconic template, which is similar but less powerful.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'', people possesed by insect spirits can [[BodyHorror end up looking like this]].
* ''TabletopGame/MaidRPG'', naturally, your maid can be one of them. In fact, you can easily have embellishments coming from more than one animal.
* ''TabletopGame/GoldenSkyStories'', you play as a magical animal that can take various levels of human form, some falling into this category.
* In ''TabletopGame/HcSvntDracones'' Hemivectors are descendants of humans who underwent a "guided mutation" process that gave them animal traits as part of a treatment for radiation damage from a nuclear war. 700 years later they're the second most common "morphism" after PettingZooPeople Vectors whose ancestors came out of [=MarsCo=]'s gestation vats. Though there has been some interbreeding between the two.

* Rafiki in the theatrical version of ''Disney/TheLionKing''.
* The animals in the theatrical version of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
* Creator/CirqueDuSoleil's ''Amaluna'' has the tailed Amazon women (although they remove their tails and corsets for the gymnastics act), the anthropomorphic peacocks (not so much the show's actual [[PeacockGirl Peacock Goddess]]), the mermaids/water fairies, and Miranda's pet lizardman Cali.

* Being a franchise about [[CuteMonsterGirl attractive monster people]], ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' shows varying degrees of this trope. The most notable examples would be the werewolves, who don't seem to be able to transform between human and animal form, but instead look like humans with wolf ears, fangs, and typically dark skin.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has several examples of this, thanks to the nature of how many youkai are former animals turned into [[HybridMonster part monster]], and [[CuteMonsterGirl mostly anthropromorphised girls]]:
** Koakuma from ''Embodiment of Scarlet Devil'' has bat-style MercurysWings. Official manga (typically) show her with more common back-wings as well, in line with how doujin artists interpret her tiny battle sprite.
** While not actually a dog girl ''per se'', Sakuya Izayoi is sometimes shown with dog ears and a tail, keeping in line with her nickname "The Scarlet Devil's Dog".
** Being a vampire, Remilia Scarlet has bat wings. Her little sister Flandre, on the other hand, has weird, artificial-looking crystal wings. How or why she got those is a big source of EpilepticTrees discussions.
** Nine-tailed fox/{{kitsune}} Ran Yakumo. Even though her having nine tails (the highest number of tails a youkai fox can have, symbolizing their power; though also the weakest type of those with golden fur whereas the strongest have reverted back to four tails since FourIsDeath) would make her one of the most powerful creatures in Gensokyo, she is [[ButtMonkey little more than Yukari Yakumo's pet]] [[ChewToy and favorite whipping girl]]. Poor Ran. There is also Chen the CatGirl familiar of Ran and thus Yukari's familiar-familiar.
** Wriggle Nightbug from ''Imperishable Night'' is a (very tomboyish) firefly-girl. However, she doesn't glow in the dark, due to being a girl and all, as only male fireflies glow.
** Mystia Lorelei is a night sparrow youkai, and consequently sports a pair of stubby little wings and long claws. Oddly enough, she also has a pair of small furry ears, which sparrows aren't known to have.
** Keine Kamishirasawa is a were-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hakutaku hakutaku]]; most of the time she appears as an ordinary human, but when the moon is full her hair turns green and she sports a pair of horns and a tail.
** Reisen Udongein Inaba is a [[MoonRabbit lunar rabbit]], and Tewi Inaba a youkai rabbit. Though strangely, Reisen has buttons on the base of her ears, which has fueled tons of EpilepticTrees (including some people who speculate these are military rank markings).
** Aya Shameimaru is a crow tengu, usually drawn with black wings. Same for her rival Hatate Himekaidou. The crow tengu also have PointyEars.
** It is just fanon, but Tokiko may be a crested ibis youkai.
** Momiji Inubashiri from ''Mountain of Faith'', a white wolf tengu, is depicted with animal features in official doujins even though her official sprite is too small to tell whether or not she has them.
** Rin Kaenbyou from ''Subterranian Animism'' is a kasha, a CatGirl from hell who drags of corpses to be used as fuel (despite that job description however she's a very nice person). She's also a very rare exceptions to the ears-dilemma; instead of not adressing her human ears, or her not having human ears, she actually has both human ''and'' cat ears. Apparently, ZUN did that by accident, but as it's unique and interesting, the design remained.
** Utsuho Reiuji is a hell raven with requisite ''big'' black wings.
** The [[BossSubtitles Tiny, Tiny, Clever Commander]] of ''Undefined Fantastic Object'', Nazrin, is a mouse youkai. Her superior, Shou Toramaru the tiger youkai, averts this since she has no tiger traits aside from her tiger-patterned clothes and hair, but that hasn't stopped fanartists from often giving her LittleBitBeastly features anyway.
** Kyouko Kasodani is a ''[[http://www.safebooru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=602339 Yamabiko]]'', a youkai that is the cause and reason of echoes. What kind of animal it's supposed to be is [[CartoonCreature another matter]], though most assume it's supposed to be a dog.
** Mamizou Futatsuiwa is a {{tanuki}} with round ears and a poofy tail.
** Kagerou Imaizumi, a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]], has a wolf's ears and long claws.
** Like Reisen, Seiran and Ringo from ''Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom'' are [[MoonRabbit lunar rabbits]] with ears and tails (ZUN himself had to confirm the latter since their in-game sprites don't show the tails).
** Doremy Sweet is a baku (a tapir-based youkai that eats dreams) and has a cow-like tail.
** Sagume Kishin is an odd case; she's a goddess (and a lunarian) but has a single silver-coloured wing, while no other goddess/"human" lunarian has anything like this in ''Touhou''.
* ''VideoGame/BreathOfFire'' has them in ''every'' game of the franchise.
** The entire Wydian/Windian tribe from the ''Breath of Fire'' series, which sport wings in the first, second, and fourth games.
** In ''Breath of Fire IV'', there's a bit of Lineage Decay as well (it's implied the Wyndians could once do extended powered flight). Then again, in ''IV'' the Wyndians (and every other race on the planet) were specifically adopted by Endless and mutated based on the aspect of the god in question.
** ''Breath of Fire IV'' has an entire sub-race of the Grassrunner clan (which also includes wolf/dog people) as kitsune. Ursula and [[KarmaHoudini Yuna]] are the only two you run into to a great extent.
** Momo from ''Breath of Fire III''. Her ears resemble a rabbit, but according to [[WordOfGod Capcom]], she's a small part Grassrunner Clan (the same clan as Bow from ''Breath of Fire 2'', in which he's an anthropomorphic dog).
** Scias from ''Breath of Fire IV'' is also part of this. The Grassrunner clan is best known for their healing abilities (Bow is arguably the best healer in the second game, and Momo and Scias are both good auxiliary healers. In fact, most players of ''Breath of Fire III'' use Momo as their healer, despite the fact that main character Ryu has far better healing magics, usually because they prefer to save his AP for his dragon transformations).\\
Per [[WordOfGod Capcom]], Scias is actually from the same clan Ursula is from (no matter that Ursula is a Fox Person; perhaps it's a sub-race, or the result of a lot of intermarriage with humans).
** One of the few examples from ''Dragon Quarter'' is Cupid (a dog-person).
** Hortensia from ''Dragon Quarter''.
** ''Breath of Fire'' has monkeys, too. Most notable in ''II'' with the Highlander Clan, and per [[WordOfGod Capcom]] also in ''IV''.
** Bleu/Deis in ''I-III'' resembles a nagini (female naga) [[spoiler: and in III is revealed to be a PhysicalGod]].
** In ''IV'', Fou-lu and Deis (who are [[spoiler: both summoned dragon-gods]], and have horns and pointed ears as a sign of their status). There are also variants of this with the older Dragon Gods' avatars which get very bizarre very quickly...
** In ''Dragon Quarter'', technically Elyon would count as a version of this [[spoiler: due to merging with Odjn then breaking the link when he refused to open the way to the sky because he worried about endangering the underground enclave all of humanity was living in; he is left with stigmata of circuit-like lines on his face and horns, appearing very much like an Expy of Fou-lu in fact]].
** ''Breath of Fire'' has a tribe of fish men in the first game and frog men in the second.
** II and III infamously had an example of a ''plant'' Petting Zoo Person (Spar and Peco when he attacks).
* The ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series has a few:
** The Genomes from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' have monkey tails.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' introduced the Viera, a race of bunny-women.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'' adds the Gria, a race of dragon girls with the appropriate horns, wings, and tail.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' has the feline Mi'qote (Who have appropriate ears, tail, and in the case of the Sunseeker tribe, slitted pupils), along with the dragon-like Au Ra (Who have horns, draconic tails, and patches of scales on their bodies).
* ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'':
** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn Radiant Dawn]]'' have [[{{Animorphism}} shapeshifting]] races collectively called Laguz, with the The [[CatGirl Beast]], [[WingedHumanoid Bird]], and Wolf tribes retaining a few animal features in their humanoid forms.
** The Taguel from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' are rabbit-like, and are implied to be an offshoot of the Laguz. Panne (the first one you meet, and LastOfTheirKind) has fur on large portions of her body (most notably her lower torso - she's not wearing pants) and has ears she keeps curled around themselves with metal rings; one bit of dialogue from her notes that she pretends to have buckteeth because it makes humans more comfortable. Her KidFromTheFuture, Yarne, is more obviously lapine, having large bunny ears.
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' has the Kitsune and Wolfskin, who are (obviously) foxes and wolves respectively.
* Medli, Komali, and the rest of the Rito of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker''. Their wings are unique in that they protrude from their ''forearms'' instead of their backs (a little more anatomically believable), and have an appearance similar to the sleeves of a cloak when the Rito is not in flight. They also have beak-like noses and bird-like feet. This was changed for ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', where they are more straightforward BirdPeople instead.
* ''VideoGame/MischiefMakers'': Merco is clearly based on some kind of bird, Lunar is a wolf man and Tarus is based on a gorilla, although the resemblance is subtler than it is for the other Beastector members.
* The ''Franchise/ShiningSeries'' has various types.
* Two playable varieties in the later ''VideoGame/{{Wizardry}}'' games-the brutish Lizardmen, who are ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, and the acid-breathing Dracons, stated to be dragon-human hybrids.
* The Rattkin of the later ''VideoGame/{{Wizardry}}'' games started as a loose kingdom of thieves and spies run by mobsters, but managed to escape their birth planet when other races arrived and apparently have gone on to establish themselves as the local interstellar Mafia, complete with matching accents.
* ''VideoGame/MuramasaTheDemonBlade'' has two inari named Kongiku and Yuzuruha. They're actually foxes in human form and have fox ears, as well as pale white skin.
* Caster, from ''VideoGame/FateExtra'', due to her being a {{Kitsune}}. Lancer from ''Fate/Extra CCC'' has a dragon's horns and tail.
* Ahri the Nine-Tailed Fox, from ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', is a Kumiho (a Korean varient of the {{Kitsune}}).
** The Vastaya (magical shapeshifter race) in general can range between this (e.g. Ahri, Rakan, Xayah) and Petting Zoo people (Rengar, Wukong), with some capacity to shapeshift between those forms. One is even a mermaid (Nami).
*** Xayah and Rakan have a relatively unique take: namely, they're bird-people with bird feet, wing-like "capes", and feathers. They, Xayah particularly, use their magically enhanced feathers to fight.
* Rufus, also from ''VideoGame/JeanneDArc'', is an anthropomorphic dog who [[SpeechImpairedAnimal speaks like Scooby-Doo]]. His high physical stats and propensity to steamroll over enemies have led fans to nickname him "[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics Thunder Dog]] Rufus."
* Princess Fuse from ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' sports a pair of black dog ears, likely due to her connection with the Satome Canine Warriors.
* Konoha of ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart'' is a dog-girl {{ninja}}. Akane and Nazuna Inukawa are also dog-girls.
* [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Fenrich]] from ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 4| A Promise Unforgotten}}'' combines the PointyEars and {{Cute Little Fang}}s most demons have with a tail and a mane of WildHair, thus giving him a more lupine appearance.
* Arina from ''VideoGame/WakuWaku7'' has rabbit ears. Her friends, seen in her intro, all have animal ears of various kinds for some reason.
* Q-Bee in ''Vampire Saviour'' (the third entry in the ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' franchise) is a bee-woman. Note that she's actually a lot more inhuman [[http://orig00.deviantart.net/4643/f/2012/165/a/f/qbee_by_sotou-d4un8rl.jpg than she appears at a glance]]; the large pretty eyes set in her face are useless fakes used as a distraction and her ''actual'' eyes are the large compound clusters on top of her head next to her antennae (which is why her stance has her head hanging down "looking" at the ground, with the top of her head pointing towards her opponent). Oh and she also eats human souls.
* Bunny of ''VideoGame/BunnyMustDie'' happened to be your everyday [[PlayboyBunny bunny girl]] until she happened just a bit too close to a catular explosion, which gave her a pair of cat ears. Yes, she's both bunny and cat, [[BerserkButton much to her chagrin]]. Cat deaths of any kind in that world have a similar effect on their killers, but it doesn't work on those already affected.
-->'''Nuko du Maron a.k.a. Kitty:''' I curse you!
-->'''Bunny:''' I am already cursed!
* In ''VideoGame/RuneFactory4'', some of the characters who originally appear as monsters retain some of their bestial features when they assume humanoid form: Dylas, a unicorn, maintains his equine ears and tail and has hair that resembles a horse's mane; Leon, whose monster form looks similar to Anubis, has wolf-like ears and tail; and Amber, a butterfly monster, retains her wings and antennae.
* Almost the entire cast of ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' falls into this in some way or other. There are anthropomorphic snakes, birds, cats, monkeys, and ''teapots''.
* Makoto of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is a squirrel girl. [[ComicBook/SquirrelGirl No, not that one.]] Though she's [[SpannerInTheWorks almost as big a thorn in the side of evil]] as that one.
** A brief summary of all the PettingZooPeople in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is worth adding here, as well. They run the gamut from {{Funny Animal}}s to humans with the ears-and-tail conceits; in order from most to least beast-like, they are: [[FunnyAnimal Jubei]], the [[HiddenDepths world's strongest warrior]]; [[CatGirl the Kaka clan]], including [[CloudCuckooLander Taokaka]]; HalfHumanHybrid and MadScientist Kokonoe; and the aforementioned GenkiGirl Makoto. In the stage backgrounds one can also see one Falcon Man, a Canine Boy, and a Goat Person, and there are many other types out there, [[AllThereInTheManual or so we're told]], and they are, for the most part, the target of FantasticRacism.
*** Newcomer [[HandsomeLech Kagura Mutsuki]] has a special match intro where he's shown flirting with a random girl, and one of them is a real fox. [[{{Pun}} No, literally]]. The girl in question has a fox tail.
* The ''VideoGame/StarOcean'' games are filled with animalistic humanoids of the "alternate evolutionary path" school. These tend to vary from PettingZooPeople (a few background [=NPCs=], including frog and fish people) right up through this trope (menodixes like [[VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime Roger S. Huxley]] are raccoon-people, and [[WingedHumanoid featherfolk]] and [[CatGirl felinefolk]] have their own tropes). These will generally all be expounded upon at length by the game's [[EncyclopediaExposita dictionary]].
* The draenei in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' have a few vaguely goat/antelope-like traits; their feet are cloven hooves, and the females (and ''[[BizarreSexualDimorphism some]]'' of the males) have horns. However, although they have tails, those look (if anything) vaguely reptilian; and they also have a few more outright alien traits such as blue skin, catfish-whisker-like facial tendrils, and—on the males, anyway—Klingon foreheads.
* Sveta from ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn''. Most beastfolk can be identified immediately as cats, dogs, pigs, squirrels, wolves, etc., but Sveta is just... furry. She's actually [[CuteMonsterGirl pretty human-looking]] compared to other beastfolk. Tyrell calls her a "kitty-dog" at first sight, and her [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent beast form]] is generally wolfish. It's possible that she's meant to be at least part deer, though, since she's nicknamed "The White Deer".
** Her brother [[spoiler: King Volechek Czamaral]] also has unidentifiable animal features, albeit with more obvious fur and a pronounced muzzle.
** One [[WildMassGuessing theory]] that's been suggested is that their parents were beastfolk of different animal types and produced mongrel offspring.
* ''VideoGame/WildStar'' has the Aurin, an alien race who have a wide variety of ears--from bunny, to cat, to deer--but all share the same long, fluffy tails.
* ''VideoGame/{{Dandelion}}'' revolves around a girl finding two cats and three rabbits in a basket who later transform into [[CastFullOfPrettyBoys attractive men]] with cat or rabbit ears respectively.
* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, the [[CatFolk Khajiit]] race has 17 known sub-species, who range in appearance from house cats, through a number of cat-man variations, to full on giant tigers who can be ridden as steeds in battle. Of them, the Ohmes and Ohmes-raht sub-species have light fur and a tail, but are otherwise completely humanoid, so much so that they're often mistaken for [[OurElvesAreBetter Bosmer (Wood Elves)]]. In order to avoid being mistaken as one of the Bosmer, many Ohmes [[FacialMarkings tattoo their faces]] to resemble a feline-aspect. The Ohmes and Ohmes-Raht are the most common form seen outside of their home province of Elsweyr, taking advantage of other races' preference to their appearance to serve in positions of ambassadorship and trade. Ohmes-raht is in fact the sub-species seen in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsArena Arena]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]''.
* Nearly everyone in ''VideoGame/{{Wadanohara}}'' fits this trope. From shark boys to bunny girls, almost every character looks like a human with animal features like ears and a tail.
* The "[[http://www.clubpenguinwiki.info/wiki/Puffle_Creatures puffle creatures]]" in ''VideoGame/ClubPenguin'' are basically the resident RidiculouslyCuteCritter but with appendages of real-life animals. Players were able to tramsform into some kinds, and there are two kinds that can be kept as a pet.
* ''[[VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice 100% Orange Juice]]'': QP, Yuki, Aru, Marie Poppo and Tomomo all have at least ears of different animals. This is lampshaded by one Extra Scenario map called "Midnight = Kemonomimi" featuring QP, Yuki and Aru as your opponents.
* ''Cross Wiber: Cyber Combat Police'' for the UsefulNotes/PCEngine has a BossBattle with a pink bunny-eared girl in shining armor named Kazuko who summons pink bunnies.
* The Inklings, the player character race in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' and ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'', evolved from squid and are UglyCute cephalopod monsters for the first few years of their life. Once they reach adolescence, their skin tone turns fleshy and they become ApparentlyHumanMerfolk. They have the ability to [[VoluntaryShapeshifting morph]] into non-anthropomorphic squid to hide and swim at great speeds, and in their humanoid form they have AlienHair consisting of two tentacles hanging from their head. Males tend to do their head tentacles up in a "topknot," while females tend to let them hang as MegaTwintails. A few other races, like sea slugs, anemones, and the Octarians' "Octoling" variation, are also relatively humanoid in appearance, with most of their "animal" features showing up in place of their "hair".
* The text based porn game ''Corruption of Champions'' has various animal-morph items that change the human PlayerCharacter into whatever animal-morph the item is based on such as whisker fruits for cats, canine peppers for dogs, and Equinum for horse-morphs. Ingesting a few of these will give the [=PC=] into a animal-boy/girl (at least at first). Several NonstandardGameOver sequences can result if you ingest too much of any given item, where you undergo a permanent BalefulPolymorph.
* Crossbreed Priscilla from ''[[VideoGame/DarkSoulsI Dark Souls]]'' is half-dragon, half-''god''. The result is an [[StatuesqueStunner immensely tall]] (like 20-25 feet) WhiteHairedPrettyGirl either draped in a long white furry robe, or [[FurAsClothing covered with long white fur]], with a long fur-covered tail poking out the back and a small pattern of white scales or horns just above her eyes. She's surprisingly sweet-tempered (the only boss in the game you have to attack before she'll try to hurt you), but if you do challenge her then she'll use her SinisterScythe to show you ''why'' she was sealed away by the gods.
* Yumi Fukuzawa, from the Light Novel ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'', appears in the doujin FightingGame ''[[VideoGame/{{Maribato}} Maribato!]]'' as a playable character: Yumi's style consists in that she temporarily grows tanuki ears and a tail, which she uses to [[TailSlap slap opponents]]. And one of her supers has her spinning in mid-air while [[TurnsRed turning red]], and ram her opponent with a powerful tail slap. In a possible reference to ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'', she can also float in the air while waving her tail.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* The main cast of ''VisualNovel/EnchantedInTheMoonlight'' for the most part add just a few animal attributes to their human appearances when they transform into their ayakashi selves. [[{{Kitsune}} Miyabi]] and Kyouga have furry ears and tails, [[{{Tengu}} Chikage]] has feathered black wings, and Shinra has a small set of oni horns.
* Most of the characters in ''Nekopara'' are [[{{CatGirl}} catgirls]]. They look mostly human, aside from the ears and tails, but they're much closer to normal felines. They come in the same breeds, have similar lifespans, and experience heat cycles. They also seem to be a OneGenderRace. While catgirls can't breed with humans, some of them do form [[InterspeciesRomance romantic relationships]].[[note]]If they ''are'' a OneGenderRace and can't breed with humans, [[FridgeLogic don't ask us where catgirl kittens come from]].[[/note]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* [[http://humon.deviantart.com/art/It-starts-390214488 This]] webcomic by Creator/{{Humon}} features a "huldrekarl", a mythic being who has a fox tail. There are other ways in which this kind of creature is different from humans, but this one seems to lack the nasty temper of others of his kind - he's quite kind to the humans who caught him.
* Kit from ''Webcomic/FeyWinds'' was once a fox and turned human by a crazy witch. [[spoiler:At least until it's revealed she was actually transformed by Sylphe when Kit ate her after mistaking her for an egg. ItMakesSenseInContext.]]
* In ''Webcomic/AloneInACrowd'' the main character, Faith, is revealed to have been born with cat ears.
* ''Webcomic/TheOverture'':
** The Demi are an entire race of this. They generally resembling humans with minor modification to there ears, eyes, and sometimes tails.
** Sophie has the ears and spines of a porcupine as well as yellow eyes.
* Marena from ''Webcomic/KeychainOfCreation'' has a fox ears & tail. This isn't due to her being of a different race from humans, however, but is what is referred to in the world of ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' as a Tell, due to her being a Lunar Exalted with an fox Spirit Form.
* Kitsunefoxy in ''Webcomic/GaiGin''. [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight Nobody seems to notice.]]
* Cat girls Blue and Kate from ''Webcomic/{{Yosh}}'', as well as Fox girl Rieko who is also - through a series [[BackFromTheDead of events]] - made into a RobotGirl. AWizardDidIt. By accident.
* ''Webcomic/{{Strays}}'': Both main characters are werewolves that can also turn into full wolves.
* [[PlayfulHacker WiredWolf]] of ''Webcomic/{{Enjuhneer}}'' was established as a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent variant werewolf]] early on, but she permanently acquired a wolf's ears and tail after her PlotRelevantAgeUp.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': [[spoiler: When Jade Harley [[CameBackStrong ascends to the God Tiers]] after being killed by Courtyard Droll, she merges with Jadesprite, her once-deceased dreamself which was a sprite that had previously been prototyped with Jade's dog [[RealityWarper Becquerel]], and as such was itself already pretty much a furry. As a result, after ascending, Jade gained dog ears while otherwise looking completely normal. She has however taken on several canine quirks, such as hating the cat-borne Jaspersprite.]] This causes a lot of problems later [[spoiler:since the Condesce copied Tarvos' ability to mind control animals.]]
** After Aradia prototyped herself but before she entered a robot body, she was briefly a frog girl with little head bumps, webbed hands, and a habit of saying 'ribbit'.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' (who didn't see ''that'' coming?), one of Grace's ''four'' parents was a squirrel, and her [[ShapeShifterDefaultForm default form]] is a squirrel-human hybrid (save for the antennae).
** Then again, her default form is more like PettingZooPeople with a human-like face. She ''can'' morph at will to have only the ears, tails, etc. of a true kemonomimi through a PartialTransformation.
** Sarah may be getting a watch to transform her into a proper CatGirl because clothes over fur feels weird when she was in the PettingZooPeople cat girl form.
* The Urrt from the webcomic ''Webcomic/TheChallengesOfZona''.
* The gard are a race of deermen from ''Webcomic/WintersInLavelle''.
* In ''Webcomic/VanadysTalesOfAFallenGoddess'', wights are basically humanoid with PointyEars, CuteLittleFangs, claws and furry tails. Their animalistic traits are fairly generic with little hint as to what kind of animal they are based on -- though the claws and fangs do suggest some kind of carnivore.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Endstone}}'', the "higher animals" are Little Bit Beastly and interfertile with humans but still referred to as animal species and treated as such by humans; [[http://endstone.net/comic/issue-2-page-1/ Kyri is a deer, and everyone recognizes her as such from her ears]].
* In ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'', there is Walter ([[WingedHumanoid Bird]]), Tiren ([[CatGirl Cat]]), and Raque'falicoona ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Raccoon]]) for named characters. Dalmatian, bunny, and bear people have also been shown as background characters in the [[InsistentTerminology Elven]] Royal Court.
* The Numinous in ''Webcomic/BedlamGenesis''.
* Kat of ''Webcomic/SequentialArt'' who is... well... [[CaptainObvious part cat]]. Scarlett and her sisters are obviously half squirrel.
* The Phantasmagorians of ''Webcomic/EndOfInfinity'' all have varying levels of animal traits. Jasz, the protagonist, has droopy puppy ears, a fluffy tail, and sharp teeth and claws, while his pseudo-mentor Silver merely has a set of black wings.
* Sette from ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'' who has pointy teeth and a "mule's tale," which she insists looks more like a lion's.
* In ''Webcomic/APTComic'', this is essentially a requirement to be an [[AGodAmI Author]]. A few get away with just UnusualEars though.
* ''Webcomic/KarinDou4koma'' has several animal {{youkai}} with have human forms like this. For instance, Shizuki ({{kitsune}}) has fox ears/tail, while Catherine ([[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid bird/dog hybrid]]) has dog ears and wings.
* ''Webcomic/ThisIsTheWorstIdeaYouveEverHad'' has several characters of the "Beastman" race, who are nearly always cute.
* ''Webcomic/HeartCore'' has the Beastman species, a mortal people who lives in the realm of Nifleheim under constant fear of attacks from the demons of Asgard. you can tell them apart from their tails, ears and fangs, depending on the animal that they represent. They posses some strength, speed and lifespan above humans, but wile humans have evolved to a middleground between the present and the future in this setting, the beastment are still stuck in the middle/dark ages.
* In ''Webcomic/TheWolfAtWestonCourt'' Wolfmen have tails, fangs, and pointed ears but otherwise human features.
* Most of the characters in ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'' are basically looking like humans with rabbit ears. (The nose forms can vary from rabbit-like to human-like.)
* In ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare'', the soldiers of Cinnabar Army have lion-like tails and deer ears, underscoring the fact that they were created magically.
* In ''Webcomic/GoodbyeToHalos'', the Wilders are the most common race and make up most of the characters. They all have animal ears and tails.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}'', the Bestian race is made up with different animals characteristics. While they are a common race in the world, other races will often [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-7/ discriminate against them.]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* In ''Literature/{{Addergoole}}'', a significant portion of fae have a "true form" that is a little bit beastly, or a borderline case of PettingZooPeople
* [[MoeAnthropomorphism Moezilla]], unofficial mascot of the Firefox web browser.
* Seems to be a defining characteristic of Faunus in the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' universe. Characters from this race include Velvet Scarlatina (rabbit), Sun Wukong (monkey) and [[spoiler:Blake Belladonna (cat)]]. However, they seem to only have either animal ears or a tail, not both at the same time, and some have neither, with one character, Tukson, instead having [[WolverineClaws retractable claws]], and a large number of them during a White Fang recruitment drive in "Painting the Town" being {{Horned Humanoid}}s. Those with animal ears also have a second pair of human ears. Later volumes reveal that Faunus with reptilian and even arthropod characteristics exist. The civil rights of these kind of characters plays a significant part within the setting, including a militant activist group named the White Fang.
* Sooni, the AlphaBitch[=/=]RichBitch of ''Literature/TalesOfMu''.
* [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP-953.]] It's of great importance to her that she's Korean, and therefore technically a [[InsistentTerminology Kumiho]]; she has ''killed'' people who have [[BerserkButton called her a kitsune]].
* All "werewolves" [[spoiler: (who came about from the crossing of the Scientific world with the Magical world)]] in the 1 + 1/2 Nekutai doujinshiverse--[[spoiler: but only after their first transformation--get assorted wolf parts; anywhere from just the ears/tail/teeth combo (most common) to that plus UhOhEyes, stronger wolfish personality tendencies, and whatever else Tohai wants to throw in there (only if something weird happened; such as they became a werewolf unnaturally or something interrupted their transformation to/from werewolf, etc).]]
* ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse''
** White Owl, from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', is a winged "owl woman" with heightened senses, wings, and claws.
** The appropriately named superhero Fox
** Winter Wolf, a superhero.
** Rottweiler, a street-level crimefighter.
** Macaco-Aranha is a Brazilian superhero with "spider monkey" powers and a prehensile tail.
** March Hare, White Rabbit, and Silver Marten.
** Dragon, from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', can turn into a man-shaped firebreathing dragon. Lord Dragon, on the other hand, is a fire-breathing dragon who turns into a man. Taipan and Asp both have snake powers. Sebek has crocodile powers. Both the Serpent Squad and the Serpent Syndicate are entire teams of snake-powered villains.
** Hate is an unspecific bestial supervillain.
** Harrier has the same sort of vague animal look as well, as does Wild Spirit and Salvaje ("Feral" in Spanish). Render is animalistic, but leans toward the bear-like.
* In ''Literature/SavageDivinity'' Ancestral Beasts, and by extension their half beast children have ears, tails and other features of their heritage.
* As a joke, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic got himself a tail as a result of time travel at the end of his review of ''Film/TheRoom'' and only seems mildly shocked by it. The UsefulNotes/FurryFandom, who up until this point disliked him because of an earlier slam against them, suddenly changed their minds and were very pleased.
* All of the characters from ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'' are drawn in a very simplistic style (so that Weaver could post images fast enough to keep up with the players) and are told apart via a few animal traits (mostly UnusualEars) that they have. Ruby has rabbit ears (and her "fluffy white butt" is mentioned), Tom has cat ears (and CuteLittleFangs, but that isn't always apparent), Stitches has bear ears, Filbert has squirrel ears, and Bella has mouse ears.
* Several characters in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse are like this to varying degrees (with some being closer to BeastFolk), even without counting the several CatGirl, [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent Werefolk]], and ShapeShifting characters. Notable ones include Thuban, whose normal form is a dragonic one (though he can shift to a more conventional human form for brief periods); Lapine, who has rabbit ears and a fluffy tail (and [[AnimalStereotypes trouble controlling her libido]]); and Gadget, who appears as a humanoid squirrel.
* Starfish is an Australian strong-man with "starfish powers" of water-breathing, regeneration, and incredible strength.
* ''Bay12MonsterGirls'' and ''Bay12MonsterGirlsV2'' feature a lot of these.
* ''WebOriginal/{{Mortasheen}}'', as usual, does an odd version of this with one of its player races, [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/art/Mortasheen-Race-II-Sectilian-208173194 the Sectilians]], fusions of human and arthropod that end up looking like humans with insect parts glued on. There's also creatures called Arthropoids which are made via an evolution of the same process, but their human/arthropod fusion looks more... [[BodyHorror harmonious]]. WordOfGod says that they were meant to be based on the difference between the design of the creature from the original ''Film/TheFly1958'' and the Cronenberg [[Film/TheFly1986 1986 remake]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The crew of the Primate Avengers in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainSimianAndTheSpaceMonkeys'', as well as Rhesus-2 in part.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' - [[{{Animorphism}} Beast Boy]] deserves a mention here, between his UnusualEars and CuteLittleFangs -- and the fact that he is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Though there isn't anything that ties him to any one definite animal, except for the fact that he gained his powers from being bitten by a green monkey.
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' also features Beast Boy, but gives him a more simian appearance. It's implied that this is just his personal preference, though, since at one point we see him shift back to a green version of his pre-empowered appearance.
* Several villains in ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' have animal body parts; for example, Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb have buffalo horns and walrus tusks, respectively. The show's creator, Mr. Warburton, later revealed that they were part of an AbortedArc.
** AntiVillain Professor Triple-Extra-Large has a different animal trait in every appearance; this is even a holdover from his original appearance in Mr Warburton's ''Kenny and the Chimp'' short, where he had a crab-claw arm.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': The girls shown in pin-up magazines.
* Meg Griffin from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' is repeatedly given animal traits, showing that she was born with a tail that resembles a lion's, is hinted at having 4 nipples, and had her father even admit that for the first couple of years of her life he thought she was a housecat.