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So I started a series of illustration for funsies where I consider the real-life logistic of one having some extra legs and stuff, and I thought I'd share it with you. If you have more questions about taur life, feel free to ask them, I might add a section about it in the series!
Well, I certainly got quite the chuckle out of this, especially for that poor dog taur and him adjusting to his new life. This is quite the interesting read and would like to see more of it. I am curious though, is there any mental changes in taurs because of the new limb additions?
You know, I just now thought of two benefits of having extra limbs.
First, having extra limbs can easily give that person an edge in those stair climbing competition that is all the rage in Californai nowadays.
Second, having an extended back allows for that person to give pony...dog...animal rides to little kids, a sure fire way to rent yourself out for money.
I'm really hoping I worded that one right to not give the illusion of something else.