Fur that is wavy or curly.
Fur textured with a slight wave to it, like wavy hair
A texture similar to wool.
Fur thats stiff and comes to a point, gives a jagged appearence.
Fur that has curls and waves to it, it's very thick and usually pushes against the body to create an "overlapping" effect.
Fur that grows straight down with no texture
The longest this can go is all the way down to the top of a kemata's shoulders.
Any kematas with hair length that does not follow the descriptor above was accepted prior to these notations!
Foxy ears with the tips slightly drooping downward, either off to the outer sides or at the front of each ear.
One ear up, one ear down! The fold of the ear can be partial or fully folded over. The upright ear can have a slight curve or sit perfectly straight!
The standard ears on Kematas. Large and wide ears that stand about a head and a half tall. Kematas can turn their ears forward and back while observing their surroundings.
a split tail that goes 4/5ths down the tail and still hold a Y shape with a deeper cut
A Split tail that curls over itself
Twin Tails that curl over the body