A cute, furry tail! The fur texture can be fluffy, wispy, curly, poofy, or however you'd like--or they can be hairless! Generally, fur tails can be shaped to look like just about any mamallian animal, but the length of the fur should be consistent across the entire tail length (ex. fur tails cannot be short with a longer tuft at the tip--that would make it an impish tail instead).
(Merged traits: fluffy fur tail, wispy tail)
*Note: if a soosh has no tail, it is considered a fur tail!
The tail, rather than being "natural," is an inanimate object instead. If the object is a food, this trait is sometimes referred to as "edible tail;" if the object is a plant, it may be referred to as a "floral tail." Object tails generally function as the object should (for example, a plant tail could wither and grow flowers/fruit).
The object itself can theoretically be anything, however, if the object is living in some way (this includes artificial intelligence), the tail should be classified as a sentient tail instead.
(Merged traits: edible tail, floral tail)
Mythical - Dragonsoosh trait
AKA serpentine tail (name changed to avoid confusion!). Dragon tails are essentially more exaggerated versions of impish tails. They are much thicker (especially at the base of the tail--it should be about as thick as the soosh's body) and may be scaled without requiring the scales trait. Dragon tails taper towards the end of the tail, and (like impish tails) end in either a shaped tip or tuft of fur, unless stacked with a trait that changes the tail tip.
This trait can be stacked ONLY with object tail, chimera tail, and sentient tail (stacking traits apply to dragon tail tip only--ex. for a tail that is tipped with flowers or feathers). This trait cannot be stacked with any other tail trait.
Mythical - Kitsoosh trait
Multiple tails are just that! Soosh with this trait can have 2-9 tails (at least 2 are shown at all times, but any more than that can be hidden at will).