Which Fluffpaws Character Are You?

Are you career driven and focused? A free spirit who lives each moment to the fullest? A fashion-focused diva with makeovers on the brain? Or maybe you’re a rebellious rockstar with the hair and attitude to match? The only way to know for sure is to take the quiz.

We created the Fluffpaws coloring book to help celebrate the release of our newest domain extension—.FAMILY—and offer a playful and whimsical introduction to new domain extensions for anyone interested in learning more. And now we’re giving everyone the opportunity to join the Fluffpaws .FAMILY with a series of 10 questions that will help determine whether you’re Mom, Dad, Aunt Owl, Raccoon, Cat, Opossum, or Princess Guppy.

Of course, learning which character you’re most like is only the beginning. Each personality requires a unique complementary domain profile and we put together some suggestions based on your results. If you’re ambitious and career-driven like Mom, for example, you might want to look into the professional string of domain extensions. If you’re easily bored and prefer to dabble in a little of this and a little of that, like Cat, you might prefer a complementary domain profile. Whatever your personality type and interests, with hundreds of new domain extensions on the market, you’re guaranteed to find something that suits your interests and needs.

A quiz without multiple possible outcomes wouldn’t be any fun, and registering a domain name without the freedom of choice and expression is exactly the same—though perhaps with fewer GIFs.

After you’ve downloaded, printed, and colored in your coloring book, don’t forget to share your drawings on social media using #Fluffpaws.

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