Feathered ears that have been trimmed short.
Feathered ears that fold forward, always looking alert.
Avili ears with flaired out feathering.
Standard feathered ears. This is by far the most common ear type found on avilli
Pointed ears are any small ears that come to a point. They can have small tufts of fur at the base of the ear!
Flop ears are ears that droop and can go as low as the chin line of the voxi.
Cub ears are small rounded ears, usually pointed back.
Puff ears are always small, rounded puffballs. The intensity of the puff is up to you!
Longer then nub horns, these horns curve slightly and end in a point.
Tiny little nub horns. They can end in a point, or be small and round.
A small tight curl on the horns! Looks almost like a snail's shell.
Small horns that curl forward and end in a point, ready to strike.
Short horns that forks and ends in two to three points.
Small diamond shaped horns that can point in any direction.
This avilli doesn't have horns!