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Here is a character guide to the characters in Fur-Piled, by Leo Manga. This is a work in progress, so any contributions are appreciated. Beware of spoilers!!

Arthur Husky
A 19-year old gay dog and is mostly the focus of the comic. He and Saetto eventually get together.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 2.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Car calls him "Marfy Dog."
  • All There in the Manual: His first name being Arthur is only shown in his bio on the Lion Dog Works page, as is his age.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Husky has a very dirty mind at times.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: He breaks the fourth wall to give the reader some exposition on his thoughts and life.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Played with. Husky is very obvious with his feeling for Saetto, but he can't actually express them to him.
  • Dating Service Disaster: One of Husky's ex's was an online relationship. Neither Ian nor Andy knew about it and it did end in disaster.
  • Dark Secret: His relationship with Car. Ian and Andy only knew because they picked him up afterwards, and Rose and Louis knew because he told them while drink. Other than that, not even Saetto knew.
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  • A Dog Named "Dog": A Husky Named Husky: Well.. he IS a husky.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: No one ever calls Husky by his first name.
  • Keet: He's hyperactive and fun. He also suffers from ADD so it's a bit justified.
  • The Leader: He's the main focus of the story, and without him, the group falls out of contact for a bit.
  • Mistaken for Cheating: Saetto accuses him of cheating and walks out after he sees Husky being kissed by Car.
  • Out of Focus: He slides towards a bit as his friends pick up more of the plot.
  • Straight Gay: In stark contrast to Andy's Camp Gay, Husky is rather normal and doesn't have any stereotypical gay attitudes.


A gay man of an undefined species(though, according to Leo Manga, he is a Familiar), and is Husky's Love Interest and eventual boyfriend.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

Andy Mark
A 21-year old flamboyant, stereotypical gay fox, and is one of Husky's best friends. Late in the series he gets together with Indigo.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The chapter "Boys Who Like Boys" focuses on his backstory, while the first act of "Ripchord" and "All These Things That I've Done" focus on his relationship with Indigo.
  • All Gays Are Promiscuous
  • All There in the Manual: Andy's last name "Mark" and his age of 21 are only found in his bio.
  • Break the Cutie: After a terrible one-night stand, he had a complete breakdown, and threw away most of his clothing. However, this is what led him to meet Indigo.
  • Camp Gay: The personification on this trope.
  • Club Kid
  • Coming-Out Story: His family reacted badly at first, but accepted him soon after, even stating it was kinda obvious. Micheal, his Parental Substitute, due to his family not being around, accepted him from the get-go.
  • Deuteragonist: Shares this role with Ian, fittingly enough.
  • Drag Queen: For a Halloween party, Andy dressed slightly in drag. Also, as a child, he used to dress in his mother's clothes.
  • Handsome Lech
  • The Lancer: He offsets Husky's faithfulness by being a huge player.
  • Must Have Caffeine: According to Indigo, he goes through four while staring at the LGBT Center.
  • Really Gets Around: He does want to find his Prince Charming, but isn't willing to wait up for him. He wants to have fun!
  • Those Two Guys: At first, with Ian. Lampshaded by Rose later on.
  • What Have I Become?: Andy goes through this after what happens in the Break the Cutie above.

Ian Yote
A 21-year old Butch Lesbian dyke and is also one of Husky's best friends. She and Tanya get together some time after meeting one another.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

Husky and co.'s waitress at the Denny's they end up at every Sunday morning, and is a lesbian herself. She is together with her childhood friend Louis.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The chapters "I've Got a Woman" and "Met Virgina" focus on her relationship with Louis, while "Don't Tell Me" is her and Louis's interactions with Ojiisan.
  • Beta Couple: Her and Louis have the least amount of drama in their relationship.
  • The Chick: She's the Team Mom and The Heart of the group after all.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Her and Louis have known each other since they were young and have since become lovers.
  • Closer to Earth: She's a lot more grounded than most of her friends.
  • Covert Pervert: She's usually just snarky and caring, but she's the one asking Husky how big Saetto's dong is when no one else did. She later pulls this on Indigo and Andy as well.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Of the main cast, she does the most of the snarking.
  • Family of Choice: Rose states that this is how she feels the group is, a family.
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Hot-Blooded: She gets worked up pretty easily.
  • Team Mom: Of all the characters, Rose is the one that worries the most about the others, and is the one who pushes Husky to find out where Ian and Andy are later in the story. This is only amplified when she ends up buying the Denny's that the cast always goes to.
  • Tritagonist: After the main three, Rose gets a lot of focus on her as well.

A know-it-all lesbian rabbit who is Rose's girlfriend.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The chapters "I've Got a Woman" and "Meet Virgina" focus on her relationship with Rose, while "Don't Tell Me" is her and Rose's interactions with Ojiisan.
  • Beta Couple: Her and Rose have the fewest drama of all the main couples.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Her and Rose have been friends since they were young, and are now a couple.
  • Closer to Earth: Like Rose, she's a lot more grounded than most of her friends, possibly even more-so than Rose, as she provides advice to the latter when she was planning on buying the restaurant.
  • Dumb Blond: Subverted, as she's actually described as a "know-it-all".
  • Insufferable Genius: Sometimes she comes off as this.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: If she actually told the gang that Car, Husky's ex, was coming home, then maybe they could've avoided some hurt.
  • Out of Focus: Of all the characters introduced by Husky on the third page, she has the least amount of focus given to her, only appearing in chapters where she and Rose are the main focus.
  • Pretty in Mink
  • Satellite Character / Satellite Love Interest: She is mostly seen with Rose, and rarely interacts with the other characters. Only once, while questioning Husky about his night with Saetto, and again at the end. Which is a tad bit strange, considering she's a member of Husky's friend circle.
  • The Smart Guy: She's referred to as a "know-it-all" and is often willing to give advice to Rose and her friends.

Chris is a "hetero-flexbile," according to Husky, panda and his roommate. He likes to name his appliances. He has a long distance relationship with a girl named Lila.

First introduced on Intro Pg. 3.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The second act of "Ripchord" focuses on him and his long-distance girlfriend Lila, while "Chiquitta" and "Centrifuge" focuses on him talking about their break-up with Husky and Ojiisan, respectively.
  • Berserk Button: Don't punch his fridge, he'll get pretty damned pissed.
  • Big Beautiful Man: According to his girlfriend. After they break-up, however, Chris thinks he'll hit the gym. Played with because he's not really TOO big.
  • The Big Guy: In contrast to Saetto, he's big because of his body.
  • Camp Straight: Despite being pretty damn straight, he pulls some big drama-queen acts.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: After his break-up with Lila.
  • Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: Ian believes he thinks like that, though, he's never actually seen reacting like this.
  • High-School Sweethearts: With Chris.
  • I Call It "Vera": Not weapons, rather, his TV and Fridge.
  • Out of Focus: In the beginning of the story, he wasn't put in the spotlight too much, this changed as the story progressed. He deliberately evoked this in "Roxane," not wanting to get into the drama. Though he is still affected from it as Saetto did punch his refrigerator in.
  • Pandaingtothe Audience: Well... He's a panda!
  • Fag Stag: Out of the main cast, he's the only straight man.

A lioness, her real name is Natasha, she is Ian's girlfriend, and is a fellow Butch Lesbian. Dislikes "girly-girls", to an extent.

First introduced on Love of the Loveless Pg. 74.

Indigo Blue
Indigo is a tiger that works in a coffee shop across the street from the LGBT Center. He is Andy's boyfriend.

First introduced on World Spins Madly On Pg. 269.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The first act of "Ripchord" and "All These Things That I've Done" focus on him and Andy.
  • Birds of a Feather: The reason he fell for Andy.
  • Cats Are Mean: Like Tanya above, subverted. He's a total sweetheart.
  • The Generic Guy: Indigo states that, in his youth, he was just an everyday, American boy from Suburbia, Wisconsin, and that he got most of his personality during his stay in LA.
  • Last Het Romance: He tried dating girls for a while, but he realized he only did it because they reminded him of his deceased mother.
  • Meaningful Name: Indigo is a shade of blue. His stripes are blue.
  • Parental Abandonment: His mother passed away in high school, and his father died not long after, leaving him alone.
  • Satellite Character / Satellite Love Interest: He doesn't get to interact with most of the cast other than Andy until the very end. He knows of the gang in a similar fashion to Tanya.
  • Stalker with a Crush: He admitted to stalking Andy on Facebook, although he's not weird and creepy.
  • Wild Take: A minor one when Rose asks Andy about his dick size.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His strips are blue.

A Cool Old Guy that appears at just the right times and places to give characters advice.

First introduced on Boys Who Like Boys Pg. 54.

Car Hayne
A gay hyena and is Husky's ex-boyfriend.

First introduced on Scream Pg. 109.


Chris's ex-girlfriend. They have a long distance relationship and have been dating since high school.


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