When exporting to Cura, it will be scaled at about 1mm, which I'm sure is not what most of you want. For reference, uniform scale to 1750% for a an approx 2cm tall figurine.
A little basic Pomeranian figurine I made for a terrarium. The soles of its feet are flat, so it stands quite well at any scale. Unless you plan on building custom supports, I suggest printing it upside down with automatic supports (Cura) to ensure the facial features are distinguishable. My printer is extremely basic, so mine came out not so great, but I'm sure those of you with more experience can manage much better results.
30% for <3cm, otherwise doesn't matter
This lil baby definitely needs some supports and works best if printed upside down (to preserve details in the face). Feel free to add custom supports, as I found Cura's automated ones to be difficult to remove (when printing on a small scale) and detracts quite a bit from the overall quality of the pom poof.