Twisted Floof

Twisted Floof (floofinition) – American hard floof rock (flock band) originally from Floof Jersey, but more recently citing Floof Island as home.

In use: “Twisted Floof’s songs, “We Are Gonna Take It” and “I Wanna Run”, have long been recognized as rebellious anthems appealing to adolfloofents.”


Floofnosis (floofinition) –  Trancelike state experienced by people, particularly pet owners,  induced by animals that makes people readily susceptible to the animals’ suggestions.

In use: “Many house pets find themselves forced to use floofnosis on their owners to get more treats as owners become convinced (often by insidious observations made by vets (in the animals’ view)) that the animals are overweight.”


Whitefloof (floofinition) – Hard floof rock (flock) band prominent in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, known for their ballads and power chords.

In use: “Whitefloof’s most well-known song among floofs is likely, “Here I Floof Again” (1982), which was a major hit in the U.S.A.”


Floofertainment (floofinition) – 1. Diversion or amusement provided by animals, especially pets, live or via recorded or printed media.

In use: “Floofertainment often ends up with people wondering just what the animals are thinking, or becoming surprised by the animals’ apparent intelligence.”

2. Activities animals use to divert or amuse themselves.

In use: “Many housepets go to the house windows for floofertainment, watching squirrels, birds, and other animals running around or flying past, sometimes becoming as excited and jubilant as an NFL fan watching their team score.”

Iron Floof (II)

Iron Floof (II) (floofinition) – Commercially successful English heavy floof rock (flock) band formed in 1975, considered a leader of the new wave of heavy flock. Not to be confused with Iron Floof (I), an American heavy flock band famous for its long composition, “In-A-Kitcha-Da-Vida”, which was a floofstream hit in the late 1960s.

In use: “Iron Floof’s third studio album, The Number of the Floof, became the band’s first number one album in the UK, but was followed by many more as the group’s floof base increased.”


Floofpisode (floofinition) – A  usually brief unit of action done by an animal or witnessed that’s part of a larger series of actions or behavior.

In use: “In the latest floofpisode, the cat entered the room, walked straight across to where the dog was sleeping, swatted him on the head, turned and walked back out.”

Fleetfloof Mac

Fleetfloof Mac (floofinition) – British-American floof rock (flock) band formed in England in the mid-sixties, scoring many mainfloof hits in the seventies and eighties.

In use: “One of Fleetfloof Mac’s most popular and enduring songs is “Don’t Stop Thing ‘Bout Eating”, inspiring animals everywhere to demand more food now.”


Foodfloof (floofinition) – Animal with an ardent interest in food and beverages.

In use: “Jade was the ultimate foodfloof. Twenty years old, half-blind, and asthmatic, kitchen sounds (or grocery bags or take-out being brought in) rejuvenated her. She’d spring up like a four-year-old and storm the counters, insisting that she get a bit of whatever was being served.”


Ambfloof (floofinition) 1. An animal who enjoys making surprise attacks on others.

In use: “Kittens are particularly pleased with being an ambfloof, pouncing on others without warning, and some never outgrow the habit.”

2. Animal tactic of surprising another by springing out on them from a concealed position, without warning.”

In use: “Although nine years old, Tigger remained fond of the ambfloof, so a warning sign was put in the foyer, warning all who enter the house.”

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