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* ''WesternAnimation/OneHundredAndOneDalmatiansTheSeries'': Cruella sometimes wears her ferret, Scorch, around her neck like a boa.

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* Apparently Ragdolls are so docile, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmfMoVqxeVg they make fine scarves.]]
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* ''Film/GhostbustersII'' has a freaky scene where the evil slime terrorizes New York, and one poor lady in a fur coat steps into the slime and has the coat come alive, turning into a pack of pissed-off minks.

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* ''Film/GhostbustersII'' has a freaky scene where the evil slime terrorizes New York, and one poor lady in a fur coat steps into the slime and has the [[RaisingTheSteaks coat come alive, reanimate]], turning into a pack of pissed-off minks.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'': The goddess Kazutal is usually depicted wearing a live jaguar like a shawl.
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' went through loads of character designs in its DevelopmentHell, one even giving Elsa a [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/elsa_in_ermine.jpg coat of live ermines]].

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Frozen|2013}}'' went through loads of character designs in its DevelopmentHell, one even giving Elsa a [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/elsa_in_ermine.jpg coat of live ermines]].



* Nanny Ogg takes her cat Greebo to the opera in ''Discworld/{{Maskerade}}'', and wears him around her neck. Someone later comments that her fur stole is eating someone's food in another seat.

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* Nanny Ogg takes her cat Greebo to the opera in ''Discworld/{{Maskerade}}'', ''Literature/{{Maskerade}}'', and wears him around her neck. Someone later comments that her fur stole is eating someone's food in another seat.



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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'' cartoon ''Fox Pop'' (1942), a fox overhears a radio announcement that fox furs are fashionable that season. The fox immediately imagines a woman wearing him, wrapped (alive) around her neck.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'' cartoon ''Fox Pop'' "Fox Pop" (1942), a fox overhears a radio announcement that fox furs are fashionable that season. The fox immediately imagines a woman wearing him, wrapped (alive) around her neck.


* In a set of ''WebComic/TwoKinds'' spinoff comics, a half-dragon girl wears her half-brother as living clothes

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* In a set of ''WebComic/TwoKinds'' spinoff comics, a half-dragon girl wears her half-brother as living clothes clothes.

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* In a set of ''WebComic/TwoKinds'' spinoff comics, a half-dragon girl wears her half-brother as living clothes

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* ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'': One of the minor characters, Ted Viking, wears a talking fox scarf named Foxy around his neck.


** In an episode, Usagi uses the Disguise Pen to put herself in fancy clothes for sneaking in a posh reception... and she wears a disgruntled Luna around her neck as a fur stole.
** In the opening sequence for the ''S'' movie, Minako tries on several outfits in a retail shop. The last one is a super-revealing dress topped with a full length fur coat, and she's also wearing a fastidiated Artemis as a stole.

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** In an episode, episode of the anime, Usagi uses the Disguise Pen to put herself in fancy clothes for sneaking in a posh reception... and she wears a disgruntled Luna around her neck as a fur stole.
** In the opening sequence for the ''S'' movie, Minako tries on several outfits in a retail shop. The last one is a super-revealing dress topped with a full length full-length fur coat, and she's also wearing a fastidiated Artemis as a stole.



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A SisterTrope to ItsFakeFurItsFine (in averting the implications of real fur), FeatherBoaConstrictor (wearing a snake similarly), GardenGarment (wearing plants that avoid withering), HeadPet.

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A SisterTrope to ItsFakeFurItsFine (in averting the implications of real fur), FeatherBoaConstrictor (wearing a snake similarly), GardenGarment (wearing plants that avoid withering), HeadPet.
HeadPet, ParrotPetPosition, and RightHandCat.


* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' went through loads of character designs in its DevelopmentHell, one even giving Elsa a [[http://bemusedlybespectacled.tumblr.com/post/69772064494/visual-development-work-for-frozen-part-2 coat of live ermines]].

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' went through loads of character designs in its DevelopmentHell, one even giving Elsa a [[http://bemusedlybespectacled.tumblr.com/post/69772064494/visual-development-work-for-frozen-part-2 [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/elsa_in_ermine.jpg coat of live ermines]].


* A number of trainers show such costumes made of ferrets, often with a fox collar. Just search for "ferret coat" on YouTube.

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* A number of trainers show such costumes made of ferrets, often with a fox collar. Just search for "ferret coat" on YouTube.Website/YouTube.



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* Patricia Roland of the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' games wears a coat of her pet foxes, who then come loose and help her in some tasks. The silver fox on her neck even acts as an ExpressiveAccessory.

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* Prison warden Patricia Roland of the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' games from ''[[VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth Ace Attorney Investigations 2]]'' wears a coat of live silver fox around her pet neck which acts as an ExpressiveAccessory. [[spoiler:Her VillainousBreakdown reveals that her large "fur coat" is also composed entirely of live foxes, who then come loose and help all simultaneously decide to jump off her in some tasks. The silver fox on her neck even acts as an ExpressiveAccessory.body at once]].


->''Beatrice Bright is for animal rights--\\

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->''Beatrice ->''"Beatrice Bright is for animal rights--\\



The fox that she wears is still'' alive.

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The fox that she wears is still'' alive.''"''


* In an episode of ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'', the teenage girl Charlene gets a stole which is a real mink-like creature. The stole is very snooty and starts telling her which friends are not high-class enough to be friends of "theirs". In the end Charlene decides some fashions just aren't worth it.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'', the teenage girl Charlene gets a stole which is a real mink-like creature. The stole is very snooty and [[ToxicFriendInfluence starts telling her which friends are not high-class enough to be friends of "theirs"."theirs"]]. In the end Charlene decides some fashions just aren't worth it.

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