User has or can grow a prehensile tail adapted to be able to grasp or hold objects. Fully prehensile tails can be used to hold and manipulate objects, and in particular to aid arboreal creatures in finding and eating food in the trees.
Nightcrawler (Marvel Comics) using his tail for a non-combat purpose.
Capper Dapperpaws (My Little Pony series) can use his tail to not only grab things like fruit, but use it to throw paint all over a civilian into tricking him in being infected with a fake disease that Capper himself made up.
Buzz (Dino Squad)
Sauron (Marvel Comics)
Splinter (IDW's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014) using his prehensile tail to floors the Ninja Turtles.
Zidane Tribal (Final Fantasy IX/Dissidia)
Beat (Dragon Ball Heroes)
Note (Dragon Ball Heroes)
Froze (Dragon Ball Heroes)
Chilled (Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock)
Kevin 11 (Ben 10) possesses XLR8's prehensile tail.
Kevin 11,000 (Ben 10) possesses XLR8's tail.
Tail Terrier (DC Comics/Krypto the Superdog)
Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic the Hedgehog) using his tail to hold a toothpick.
Tangle the Lemur (IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Doc (The Land Before Time) is well skilled in using his tail
Luci (Disenchantment) has a prehensile tail.
Willosaurs (Spore E3 2005) have clawed grasping hands at the end of their tails, which are used to strike prey or hold objects.