A deformed rectum is the least of your issues if a tiger gets his entire paw inside you.
This is not an isolated incident. It seems Tony the Tiger is the Blue Wiggle of the furry community, because he gets sexual propositions on social media all the damn time, from people who think his animal bod is just grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat. Having the physical build of Dwayne Johnson and the voice of James Earl Jones really gets people going. It doesn't help that the red handkerchief he always wears is apparently a secret code for fisting, hence the above request (and more detailed ones we won't be showing here).
Good news for furries, though: Chester Cheetah is 100 percent DTF.
Chester Cheetah / Twitter
"My customers clearly don't care what they eat, so why should I?"
But Tony the Tiger has it easy compared to the characters of a newer property, Zootopia. A critically-acclaimed film about a society of anthropomorphic animals seems like a dream for furries the world over -- and nobody knew this better than Disney itself, which reached out directly to furry communities to market the film. Either they were unaware of how much fanmade porn would come out of this (the answer is so, so much), or they figured it was an acceptable loss.
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Don't forget the most important hashtag of all: #TW
Others have noticed that the film contains elements that seem to be appealing directly to adult furries. They remarked on elements such as the characters' shapeliness, the fact that one of the main characters is a fox (a highly popular fursona), and the end credits, in which a sexy gazelle played by Shakira dances with a bunch of Tony the Tiger knockoffs who are clearly ready for business.
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True story: Shakira requested that her hips continue to never lie in the film.
This scene is a teaser for the sequel, Zootopia 2: Yiff Harder.
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