Zephyr tails have a windswept, feathery quality but no actual feathers. They are in fact made entirely of strands of fur. The supporting tail limb is usually held upright, causing a pronounced arc and elegant fall of fur that sometimes brings to mind the shape of a rooster's tail.
- Zephyrs often sport additional streamers of fur that flare stylishly from the base of the tail.
- This is not a feathered tail. The fur is just prone to separating into sections that can arc in feather-like ways.