Short and rounded ears, similar to a tiger's ears.
Like normal folded ears except they are smaller!
Long ears that drape past the chest and are rounded at the tips, similar to lop rabbit ears.
Ears that are noticeably longer and thinner than Foxy ears. Generally very fluffy at the base.
A thin and long tail with a heavy weight.
Two long tails that are usually longer than body length of an average Kemata. In some cases, they can even grow up to twice the body length! The fur on the tails gracefully flows around in parts.
Similar to the Goldfish Fan tail, this single tail has three long, flowing tail tips that all connect near the base.
A long and fluffy tail that is at least five times the size of the body length.
A single fox-like tail that is about the same size as the Kemata's body length.
Multiple large foxy tails. A Kemata with this trait may sport between 3 up to 5 individual tails.
A single, thick tail with 5 tips that fan out in the shape of a star.
A thin tail that has a devilish spade-shaped tip. This tail type may have up to 5 spade segments, whose edges can slightly vary in shape and texture.
Small sized and Dual Formation only. A set of two horns in the shape of a crescent moon. The horns can be facing in any direction, however must be completely symmetrical.
Horns shaped like stars, they aren't tall (about as tall as nub horns) but they are flat and star-shaped.
Pupils of any shape other than the normal circular shape.