I meditated to find my spirit animal a while back, and I have a few questions about what my animal is or means?
It is pure white, and the hind legs are big and more rabbit like. The main part of the body is coated in white fur. The head is long, and very sleek (like a wolf and rabbit head combined), with long rabbit ears. It has a thicker coat of fur around the neck and travels down the chest, and has the body of a wolf. It also has two tails. It's eyes are red, and it says it has no name, nor does it want a name from what I understand.
I have not come across such animal anywhere and the best thing I feel you can do to find out its meaning and symbology is to meditate.
In this way name and meaning will be revealed to you.Alternatively,you may ask your spirit helper he can be of help too.
Spirit animals usually aren't outward manifestations or other spirits or guides(though guides can be animals) they are animal representations of yourselves that we can use to better understand ourselves and work with ourselves on a spiritual level.
Kind of reminds me of something like a nine-tailed fox or otherwise just a kitsune, or similar.
It sounds slightly of Japanese origin, mostly because of the multiple tail thing. Demons can have red ruby eyes as well. Could it be perhaps your conciousness has pooled from various things you've seen? Sometimes our peceptions aren't so accurate and it's not always, like what the other poster on here has said, another spirit contacting you but most likely just a way for yourself to relate/integrate information/etc. Dreams work in a similar matter: exploring anxieties and what we truly think without much noise there to muddle the thoughts truly currently plaging our mind.
I had once a lucid dream of a gray, rather tall(like a horse), multi-tailed fox/wolf like creature? Didn't really see much of details except that I was riding on it in a forest and I could control it at some point because it became lucid. That was 6 years ago though, and didn't really know how to analyze symbolism and so on as I do now, and the meaning is now lost to what situation it may have been for at that time.