Animal-like character unless fake, which implies trying to act tough
A dream of fur on a live animal signifies love, warmth, and happiness. See the entries relating to each individual animal for more details. Wearing a new, well-tailored fur coat indicates financial success, while a shabby, worn-out fur coat indicates financial reversals.
Vision: Seeing a fur coat: even good habits are not always properly appreciated by others. Wearing a fur coat: other people’s efforts and hard work might give you a big win or good profits. Lying on a fur: your life right now is very comfortable; you don’t need to work very hard. Receiving a fur coat as a gift: you will soon either marry for money or start a new business relationship.
Depth Psychology: See Animals, Mink.
Wearing a fur coat in the winter in a dream means benefits and profits, for cold in a dream signifies poverty.
If it is in the summer, then it means benefits accompanied with a sickness,distress and trouble. Sable, squirrel or tiger’s fur in a dream represents an iniquitous and an unfair person. Sable’s fur in a dream also means dominion, ungodliness and wickedness. It is also said that squirrel’s fur in a dream signifies pride, ostentation, a high rank or beauty, though without any religious or moral concerns. Wearing a fur coat inside-out in a dream means showingone’s wealth and being excessively ostentatious. Mending or repairing a piece of fur in a dream means suffering from an unexpected illness. Fox fur in a dream represents an insidious, crafty and a deceitful person. Sheep’s skin in a dream represents a noble, strong and an unassailable person. (Also see Furrier)
Symbolizes nature and femininity (anima), desire to cuddle. See Furs.
A dream featuring fur represents prosperity and good luck in money matters.
The dream may also be symbolic of your animalistic and instinctual nature.
Dreams of fur represent comfort, shelter from the cold, security, being taken care of and pampered. Fur also symbolizes a desire for extravagance, wealth and status.
(see Animals, Carcass, Hair)
Shamanically, a representation of an animal spirit with which you wish to connect.
A disguise or ruse used to fool a perceived enemy, or one that helps you better integrate with new surroundings.
Either attempting to internalize the positive attributes and characteristics of the creature featured, or presently bearing the negative traits of that animal.
If the fur in the dream is standing on end, this is a visual metaphor for having your “fur up” over a situation, or perceiving danger therein.