Floofstile (floofinition) – Gate of animals blocking the way, allowing only one other animal or person at a time to pass through.

In use: “The cats and dogs enjoyed setting up a floofstile on the stairs to the second floor, making Mary weave back and forth around them as she went up and down.”


Chairfloof (floofinition) – The presiding animal of a meeting, organization, committee, or event; the motherfloof who’s in charge (MFWIC).

In use: “She may have been the smallest animal, a mere nine-pound cat among a pack of dogs, but she’d become the chairfloof; they followed her lead.”


Floofvitate (floofinition) – 1. To move under an animal’s influence.

In use: “Coerced by a three-cat weave around her cats and ankles, Beckie ended up floofvitating to the feeding station to refill their kibble bowl for what seemed like the third time that day.”

2. Animals’ predilection to move toward items.

In use: “As surely as animals floofvitate to sunshine for naps, cats often floofvitate to objects on shelves that they can knock off.”


Floofsmanship (floofinition) – Conduct, such as fairness, respect for one’s opponent, and graciousness in winning or losing, becoming to one animal playing or socializing with another.

In use: “Older humans (and humans) often learn that young animals like kittens and puppies don’t follow the rules of floofsmanship.”


Floofnostic (floofinition) – An animal who doesn’t believe or disbelieve what a person said, but remains doubtful and ambivalent about it.

In use: “The cat and dog each were floofnostic when their human said, “It’s cold and wet outside. You won’t like it.” They each insisted on going out, but then immediately wanted back in.”


Infloofception (floofinition) – An animal’s action or behavior that prevents a person from continuing to a destination or completing a task.

In use: “Many people working from home during the pandemic experience infloofceptions as their pets floofspire to play, be fed, or sleep on top of laptops.”


Floofolous (floofinition) – An animal whose demeanor or activities lacks in seriousness.

In use: “Watching videos of pandas rolling around, the impression emerges that they’re even more floofolous than kittens, puppies, and baby goats.”

Floof fart

Floof fart (floofinition) 1. Moment or incidence when an animal (especially a pet) forgets what it was doing and does something else.

In use: “The cat raised her rear leg to wash herself, but had a floof fart and began washing her face instead.”

2. Term for when a person plans to do something for an animal but forgets.”

In use: “Jill was about to feed her cats (because it was time and they were so reminding her), but had a floof fart and sat down to doomscroll for news about Trump’s defeat, forcing her felines into more drastic behavior to get their promised meal.”

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