My current weaving project is a scarf that includes a fur-type yarn called "Baby Monkey" in the warp. Baby Monkey is exceptionally soft and entirely faux fur.
Normally, when I include a fur type yarn in the warp, the furriness is suppressed in the weaving. For this scarf, I've been raising a the nap of the fabric by inserting a knitting needle into the web and gently pulling some of the fur out.
It's a bit time consuming, but is giving me a faux fir fabric on one side. On the other side, the structure of the fabric, including a pink railroad track yarn shows up clearly.