Things That Are Fluffy

Welcome to our list of things that are fluffy!

In this list, we’ve included fluffy, shaggy and furry things ranging from furniture, foods, animals and more. Generally “fluffiness” refers to a texture which is soft and airy; something that is pliable to the touch and puffs back up when released.

Here’s a visual list of things that are fluffy:

Hopefully that visual list of fluffy things was useful! Here’s a longer and more descriptive list of things that are fluffy:

  • Sheep: These are mammals with an incredibly fluffy exterior.
  • Lamb: Baby sheep with soft, fluffy coats.
  • Pomeranian: A type of small dog with a long, fluffy coat.
  • Cotton Candy: A type of spun sugar that resembles cotton and is very soft and fluffy.
  • Clouds: A mass of visible water droplets that is famous for looking soft and fluffy.
  • Papillon: A type of small dog with long fur. Looks similar to a pomeranian, but has longer ear fur and different colouring.
  • Shih Tzu: Small-medium sized dogs with soft, fluffy fur.
  • Poodle: A dog breed known for its curly fur.
  • Bath Bubbles: Frothy bubbles that result from the mixing of water and bodywash.
  • Dishwashing Foam: The soft bubbles that comes from mixing water and dishwashing liquid.
  • Toothpaste Foam: The minty foam from mixing water with toothpaste.
  • Pekingese: A breed of small dog with very long, soft fur.
  • Plush/Soft Toy: These are toys which have a soft outer and stuffing. Their soft, fluffy texture is used for comfort.
  • Cotton Wool: Small pieces of cottony material that is used is cosmetics.
  • Japanese Spitz: A Japanese breed of dog with long, white fur. Featured in many social media videos.
  • Pom-pom (clothing): These are large, decorative tufts that come in many shapes, sizes and colours.
  • Old English Sheepdog: A large breed of dog with long, fluffy fur that is commonly white and grey.
  • Norfolk Terrier: A small, British breed of dog. Has medium-length fur and is the smallest of the working terriers.
  • Affenpinscher: Also known as the Monkey Terrier. A small breed of dog with black, thin, fluffy fur.
  • Cairn Terrier: One of the earliest working dogs. A small dog with soft, fluffy fur.
  • Bolognese Dog: A small type of dog with soft, curly fur. Popular as a companion animal.
  • Squirrel: A small mammal with a large (relative to its size), bushy tail. Famous for collecting nuts and acorns.
  • Possum: Small-medium sized marsupials with soft fur and long tails.
  • Lucas Terrier: A small breed of dog with shaggy, fluffy fur.
  • Somali Cat: A breed of long-haired African cat.
  • Ferret: A type of polecat in the same family as the weasel. A small mammal with very soft fur and a long body.
  • Hamster: Small rodents that are popular as house pets. They have soft bodies and soft fur and look like a mix between mice and guinea pigs.
  • Lhasa Apso: A small Tibetan dog breed with long fur.
  • Exotic Shorthair: A breed of cat which is a short-haired version of the Persian cat.
  • Ragdoll Cat: A fluffy cat with blue eyes and a soft white and brown colouring.
  • Mal-Shi: Also known as MalShih and Maltzy. A breed of dog which is a cross between a Maltese and Shih Tzu. A small, fluffy breed of dog.
  • Birman: A domestic cat breed with long hair and a mostly cream-coloured coat.
  • Brown Bear: Often known as “grizzly bears”. One of the largest bears, with a shaggy brown coat.
  • Shichon: Also known as Zuchon or Teddy Bear. A hybrid breed of dog from Bichon Frise and Shish-Tzus.
  • Maine Coon: The largest domesticated cat breed. A type of cat with long, fluffy fur. Native to Maine, which it is named after.
  • British Shorthair: A pedigree domestic of cat witha short, dense coat.
  • Maltese: A small dog with long, soft fur. Commonly white, sometimes with patches of cream.
  • Collie: A breed of dog used for herding. Medium-sized with medium to long fur – with patches of white and black colouring.
  • Malamute: A large dog breed with thick, fluffy fur. Originally bred for their strength and endurance, and ideally suited to cold climates.
  • Keeshond: A medium-sized dog breed with extremely dense, fluffy fur (a two-layer coat) which is usually grey, white and black.
  • Havanese: A small breed of dog with extremely long hair. Also known as “Havana Silk Dogs” with a sturdy body curious personality.
  • Shetland Sheepdog: Also known as the Sheltie. A type of herding dog which is medium-large sized, with a long, fluffy collar of hair. Commonly black, tan and white in colour.
  • Newfoundland: A large breed of working dog that is usually black, brown or black and white. Has a shaggy coat.
  • Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier: A large terrier from Ireland. Has a soft, silky, wavy coat that is usually cream/tan-coloured.
  • Great Pyrenees: Also known as the Pyrenean Mountain Dog. A large breed of dog that is used to guard livestock.
  • Barbet: A medium-sized water dog. Has curly black fur and is a water dog.
  • Cockapoo: A breed that is a mix between Cocker Spaniels and Poodles. Generally medium-sized and easy to train. Their appearance can vary a lot, but their fur is generally curly and on the longish side.
  • Bernese Mountain Dog: A large dog with black, brown and white colouring.
  • Bearded Collie: A breed of herding dog with very long fur. Generally black and white in colour and is a popular choice for families.
  • Samoyed: A large breed of herding dog with thick, fluffy white coats. Popular as companion animals due to their white fur.
  • Duckling: Baby ducks are covered in a soft, fluffy yellow down.
  • Chow Chow: A large Chinese breed of dog with a densely-packed coat. Usually tan, cream, white and light brown in colour.
  • Yorkshire Terrier: A small dog breed with very long hair. A popular companion and show dog, commonly with black and brown colouring.
  • Persian Cat: A long-haired, fluffy cat with a short muzzle and white coat. Also known as the “Shiraz cat”.
  • Alpaca: A type of camelid that are commonly confused with llamas. They have dense, fluffy coats and are popular with tourists because of their expressive faces.
  • Llama: Commonly confused with alpacas. Have long, shaggy coats and are farmed for their wool.
  • Baby Seal: Baby seals are covered in a thick, fluffy down all over their bodies.
  • Sable: A small species of carnivorous mammal that is unethically farmed for their fur.
  • Sloth: Hairy mammals that are famous for their slow-movements.
  • Polar Bear: Shaggy white bears that live in icy, polar climates and are carnivorous.
  • Black Bear: This can refer to either the American black bear or the Asian black bear. Both types of bear are mostly black and have thick, shaggy fur (the Asian black bear more so than the American).
  • Chinchilla: A type of large rodent with large ears, a fluffy grey body and a long, soft tail. Known and loved for being particularly round.
  • Skunk: A black and white mammal that is famed for its terrible smell.
  • Mink: A semiaquatic mammal that is unethically farmed for its soft fur (used in fashion as well as the beauty and arts industry for coats, clothing, eyelashes and paintbrushes).
  • Panda: Also known as the giant panda or panda bear. A large bear known for its distinctive black and white colouring and for eating bamboo.
  • Frosting: A type of decorative topping most commonly used on cakes and other baked goods. Most frosting is light, sugary and fluffy.
  • Tree Kangaroo: A type of medium-sized marsupial that lives in trees. They live in tropical rainforests and have brown and cream-coloured fur.
  • Orangutan: A species of great ape native to Indonesia and Malaysia. They have long, shaggy, reddish-brown fur and are known for their curiosity and playfulness.
  • Fox: A small omnivorous mammal with pointed, triangular ears and reddish fur. Known for hunting hens/chickens, and are unethically hunted for sport using dogs and horses.
  • American Eskimo: A dog with long, fluffy fur that is a popular companion dog.
  • Arctic Fox: Also known as the white fox, polar fox and snow fox. A species of fox with white fur that lives in icy, arctic climates.
  • Wombat: Short, stout marsupials with short brown fur. Known for their placid nature, cuteness, and cube-shaped poo.
  • Koala: Also known as koala bears (although they are not bears). A smallish grey marsupial with tufty ears. Now considered functionally extinct after the Australian bushfires thanks to the Morrison government.
  • Quokka: A small brown marsupial that is generally found on Rottnest Island. Known for their friendly, peaceful nature.
  • Bilby: Also known as rabbit-bandicoots (although they are not either). Small marsupials that are associated with Easter in Australia.
  • Japanese Pancake: A type of pancake that originated from Japan that is extremely fluffy and cake-like.
  • Pancake:  Also known as hotcake, griddlecake or flapjacks. A thin, flat cake that is cooked in a pan rather than being baked in the oven. Commonly eaten as a breakfast food.
  • Red Panda: A smallish mammal that looks like a red racoon. Has a long, thick tail, reddish-brown fur and black legs. Also known as the lesser panda or red bear cat.
  • Sugar Glider: A nocturnal marsupial with a preference for sugary foods and the ability to glide through the air using the webbing between its front and back legs.
  • Guinea Pig: A type of rodent with a log-shaped body and small legs. Popular as a pet as they are small, cute, don’t take up much room or resources, and are quiet.
  • Baby Penguin: Baby penguins are covered in fluffy down (which is usually grey).
  • Siberian Cat: A domestic cat native to Russia. Medium to large in size, with thick, dense fur.
  • Raccoon: A mammal with a “masked”face, a striped tail and grey body. Known for rummaging through and stealing from bins.
  • Angora Rabbit: A breed of domestic rabbit which is bred and unethically farmed for its long white fur.
  • Wolf: Also known as the grey wolf. A large canine with grey colouring and a long, bushy tail.
  • Tawny Frogmouth: A type of nocturnal bird native to Australia. Has a large head and looks like a small owl with fluffy grey feathers.
  • Earmuffs: Warm, soft pads that are designed to cover and trap heat around a person’s ears.
  • Faux Fur: Fake fur that is generally made of acrylic polymers.
  • Beanie: A sort of cap which is worn to keep a person’s head warm. Usually knitted, and can come with thermal insulation on the inside or double layers.
  • Norwegian Forest Cat: A type of domestic cat which has thick, fluffy fur to help it survive in a cold climate.
  • Baby Chick: Baby chickens are covered in soft yellow down before growing feathers.
  • Silkie Hen: A type of chicken known and named for their very fluffy feathers, which is satin-like in feel.
  • Bichon Frise: A small breed of dog with fuzzy white fur.
  • Baby Bird: Baby birds are commonly covered in a soft downy fluff before growing feathers.
  • Ragamuffin (cat): A breed of domestic cat which is a type of Ragdoll cat. Has long, thick, fluffy fur.
  • Himalayan (cat): Also known as the Himalayan Persian and Colourpoint Persian. A type of long-haired cat which is similar to Persian cats.
  • Munchkin: Also known as a sausage cat. A cat breed with soft fur and very short legs.
  • Highland Cow: A Scottish breed of cow with long handlebar horns and long, woolly coats.
  • Eevee: A species of Pokemon that has long ears, brown fur and a thick woolly “ruff” around its neck.
  • Scarf: Scarves are long, thin articles of clothing used to keep our necks and chests warm during periods of cold.
  • Mittens: Winterwear that is similar to gloves, but with a single pocket for the entire hand, rather than sleeves for each finger.
  • Gloves: Winterwear for our hands to keep our hands and fingers warm and protected.
  • Konjac Sponge: A type of very soft sponge used for facial massage and gentle exfoliation.
  • Bed Socks: A thicker, softer sock than average, used to keep feet warm at nighttime (generally only worn at home rather than out in public).
  • Vulpix: A Pokemon with reddish fur and multiple fluffy tails.
  • Ninetales: The evolved version of the Pokemon Vulpix. Looks like a white wolf with nine large fluffy tails.
  • Manx (cat): Manx can also be spelled Manks. A type of cat with a stubby tail and striped fur.
  • Turkish Angora (cat): A domestic cat with very long white fur.
  • Scottish Fold: A domestic cat with ears that fold down over the head. Has very dense fur.
  • Venonat: A type of Pokemon which looks like a ball of densely-packed purple fur.
  • Holland Lop: A domestic rabbit with long ears and soft fur.
  • American Fuzzy Lop: A breed of rabbit which is similar in appearance to the Holland Lop, but with longer fur.
  • Mexican Cottontail: A type of rabbit with a very soft, tufty tail.
  • American Curl: A breed of cat with ears that curl gently backwards. Has longish fur which is commonly striped.
  • Numbat: A small marsupial native to Western Australia. Known for its striped fur.
  • Russian Blue: A breed of domestic cat which comes in shades of grey. Has short, dense fur that stands out from the body rather than laying flat.
  • Mankey: A Pokemon that looks similar to an extremely fluffy monkey.
  • Primeape: The Pokemon that evolves from Mankey.
  • Cashmere Lop: A rabbit with long, thick fur.
  • Flaaffy: A Pokemon that looks like a very fluffy sheep.
  • Mareep: The sheep-looking Pokemon that evolves from Flaaffy.  
  • Minccino: A small grey Pokemon that resembles a rodent with large ears and a long, furry tail.
  • Polar Fleece: A soft fabric used to trap heat. Commonly used in jackets, jumpers and thermal wear.
  • Yarn: A bundle of thick, soft thread which is used in textile work like knitting, crochet, weaving or embroidery.
  • Sweater: A soft piece of winterwear that is worn over shirts and tops to keep us warm.
  • Earflap Hat: A type of hat that has flaps extending over the ears and a fluffy interior lining.
  • Cardigan: A knitted piece of clothing which is similar to a sweater but has a row of buttons down the front.
  • Terrycloth: Also known as terry cotton, terry towel, terry or towelling. A woven fabric with many loops of thread, which is able to absorb a lot of water.
  • Japanese Cheesecake: A type of cheesecake that is very fluffy, soft, and has a wobbly texture.
  • Cheesecake: A layered dessert that consists of a firm biscuit base, a cheese-based centre and some sort of sweet topping (berries, syrup, jelly or cream).
  • American Bobtail: A breed of cat with a stubby tail and fluffy striped fur.
  • Lillipup: A Pokemon that looks like a puppy with an extremely fluffy face.
  • Growlithe: A Pokemon which resembles a small tiger with fluffy patches on its chest and head.
  • Sloth Bear: A large bear which feeds on termites, fruit and ants. Has shaggy black fur.
  • Marshmallows: A type of sweet with a puffy, gelatinous texture.
  • Mousse (dessert): A French dessert that translates to “foam”. A soft, cream-like sweet with a light and airy texture.
  • Mousse (hair): A hair care product used to style and add texture to hair.
  • Arcanine: The evolved version of Growlithe. Has furry ruffs on its legs, around its neck and on top of its head – looks like a mix between a tiger and a lion.
  • Jumpluff:  A small, round Pokemon that resembles an excited blueberry with cotton puffs in each hand and one atop its head.
  • Whipped Cream: A fluffy, airy cream that is added as a mildly sweet topping to desserts, cakes and drinks.
  • Clotted Cream: Also known as scalded, clouted, Devonshire or Cornish cream. A cream that is thicker and heavier than whipped cream, and less sweet.
  • Mashed Potatoes: A potato dish that is made by mashing cooked potatoes and sometimes adding butter, milk and condiments. Usually eaten as a side dish.
  • Loukoumades: Also known as luqma. A type of sweet pastry made of deep fried dough which is soaked in syrup or honey and can be coated with sugar, cinnamon, melted chocolate and other ingredients.
  • Cloud Dessert: Cloud desserts are a mix between cheesecakes and meringues.
  • Chiffon Cake: A type of sponge cake which is very soft, light and airy.
  • Sponge Cake: A light and airy type of cake, typically served with jam, cream and berries.
  • Genoise Cake: A type of sponge cake which is more moist than a typical sponge.
  • Angel Food Cake: A type of sponge cake which is made without egg yolks, butter and oil.
  • Victoria Sponge Cake:  Also known as the Victoria sandwich cake. Consists of a layer of jam and cream sandwiched between two vanilla cakes.
  • Devil’s Food Cake: A layer of jam and cream sandwiched between two rich chocolate cake layers.
  • Swiss Roll: Also known as jelly roll, roll cake, cream roll or swiss log. A sheet of sponge cake rolled into a log shape around some cream, jam, or icing.
  • Birthday Cake: A cake traditionally eaten as part of someone’s birthday celebrations. Birthday cakes can be many shapes, sizes and flavours, but are most often vanilla, chocolate or strawberry with icing and sprinkles.
  • Marshmallow Pie: An open dessert pie that uses fluffy marshmallows as the filling.
  • Grasshopper Pie: A variant of marshmallow pie where the marshmallow filling is flavoured and coloured with mint, and the crumb crust is chocolate flavoured.
  • Cream Pie: An open dessert pie with a thick filling of custard or cream. Can come in many flavours like vanilla, lemon, peanut butter, coconut and chocolate.
  • Banana Cream Pie: A flavour variant of cream pie.
  • Bavarian Pie: This is a dessert pie made with Bavarian cream.
  • Bavarian Cream: A custard-like dessert made of milk thickened with eggs, gelatin and whipped cream.
  • Oatmeal/Porridge: A dish commonly eaten as a breakfast food. Can be eaten cold or heated with milk and other fillings and toppings (usually sweet).
  • Parfait: A type of frozen dessert where a custard-like puree is served in layers of cream, fruit and syrup.
  • Muffins: A baked good which is similar to a cupcake, but larger, denser and usually marketed as healthier.
  • Cupcakes: A small cake served in a patty pan.
  • Rice Pudding: A mildly sweet dessert made from cooked rice, water or milk and sweet preserved fruits and spices.
  • Cream Puff: Also known as a profiterole. A ball of French choux pastry filled with cream or custard.
  • Powder Puff (makeup): A soft, fluffy pad used to apply powder to the face or blend out makeup.
  • Meringue: A French dessert made mostly of whipped egg whites and sugar.
  • Trifle: A sweet layered dessert made with fruit, sponge fingers, wine, cream and custard.
  • Pavlova: A cake with a meringue base topped with fruit and whipped cream.
  • Key Lime Pie: An open dessert pie make of lime juice, condensed milk and pie crust.
  • Gnocchi: A type of pasta which consists of small pillows of potato.
  • Cinnamon Rolls: Also known as a cinnamon bun, cinnamon swirl, cinnamon Danish or cinnamon snail. A sweet pastry bun topped with icing, cinnamon and sultanas or raisins.
  • Smores: A common campfire food/dessert. Consists of a graham cracker topped with melted marshmallow and chocolate.
  • Aero (chocolate): A chocolate bar made of airy, bubbly chocolate.
  • Snowy Owl: A large owl with primarily white feathers.
  • Red Uakari: Also known as the bald uakari. A small monkey with a red face, bald head, short tail and fluffy fur.
  • Mangalitsa (Pig): Also known as the Mangalica or Mangalitza. A breed of domestic pig with longer than average bristles, giving it a fluffy appearance. 
  • Siberian Husky: A medium-large dog breed with a long, fluffy tail and a furry double coat.
  • Omelette: A dish made primarily from beaten eggs with spices, herbs and condiments.
  • Dinner Rolls: Soft white bread rolls.
  • Doughnuts: A type of deep-fried pastry which is typically crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside.
  • White Rice: White rice (when cooked) is generally soft and fluffy.
  • Churros: A deep-fried pastry snack in the form of a long stick which can be bent in to different shapes, filled with sauce or syrup, and covered with sugar, cinammon or chocolate.
  • Croissant: A flaky French pastry with many layers.
  • Puff Pastry: A flaky pastry made of laminated dough that puffs up when heated.
  • Flaky Pastry: Also known as blitz pastry or rough puff. A light, thin pastry that is crispy after cooking.
  • Towel: A material made of many small loops of thread that can collect and absorb water.
  • House Slippers: Warm, soft slippers worn around the house to keep the floors clean and our feet warm.
  • Bean Bag: A casual piece of furniture consisting of a bag filled with many polystyrene beads.
  • Hoodie: A type of jumper with a hood and usually a large pocket in the front for both hands.
  • Snood: A closed loop worn around the neck to keep warm.
  • Onesie: A soft, fluffy outfit that has a button-down front.
  • Santa Hat: Santa hats have a white fluffy brim.
  • Brioche: A type of very rich French bread, almost similar to a pastry.
  • Melon Pan: A Japanese bread in the shape of a fluffy bun with a crisp melon topping.
  • White Bread: Bread made from wheat flour where the bran and germ have been taken away.
  • Mantou: A type of soft Asian bun which is usually steamed or deep-fried.
  • Focaccia: An Italian herbed white bread.
  • Coffee Foam: The foam layer on top of coffee after the milk has been frothed. Usually holds some sort of design or decoration created by swirling the milk a particular way or shaping the foam.
  • Beer Foam:  Also known as head or collar. The froth on top of beer which consists of many small gas bubbles.
  • Rug: A thick piece of woven fabric used to add colour and texture to a room, keep a floor warm or provide a soft covering.
  • Blanket: A large, soft cloth used to keep our bodies warm.
  • Throw:  A type of small blanket, used for comfort more than warmth.
  • Pillow: A soft sleeping aid that supports the head and neck during rest.
  • Cushion:  Similar to a pillow, but more for decorative purposes than for actual support of the body. Tends to be firmer and smaller than a pillow, and have more textured exteriors.
  • Bathrobe: a soft robe made of terrycloth to keep warm and absorb water after a shower.
  • Snow: Falling snow and loosely packed snow is very soft to the touch.
  • Fountain Grasses: Ornamental grasses that are grown for decoration. They usually have very long stalks and fluffy tips.
  • Lamb’s Ears (plant): Also known as woolly hedgenettle. A plant with soft, furry leaves (almost velvety to the touch).
  • Dusty Miller: A species of plant in the sunflower family. Popular as an ornamental plant and has soft, velvety leaves.

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