The concept of a planet with several anthropomorphic sapient species (furries, if you will) is immensely popular. But would it actually make sense in the first place?
I am aware of the issue of "Carnivore Confusion" (the question of what would they eat besides each other) but that is not what this is necessarily about. This question pertains specifically to the possibility of how one could place possibly up to hundreds of sapient furry species on one planet without it being a ecological and evolutionary disaster.
Would there be an absolute limit to how many sapient species you could have? Would there be several versions of the same animal (rabbits, for example) based on area? Would they drive each other to extinction until one or two species are left?