Posted October 05, 2018 03:00:00The furry community has become a huge part of our society, and it’s hard not to be a part of it, but there’s a certain amount of pride that comes with being a part.
I was fortunate enough to witness some of the most amazing things in the world of fursuit and furry fandom at this year’s World FurFest, and I was struck by how much fun and passion this community has for animals.
I met some of my closest friends while I was there, and the amount of camaraderie was undeniable.
There were people who’d spent the better part of their lives being a furry, and there were people I’d never met, but I could definitely relate to their stories.
I got to meet a lot of really cool furry friends.
The furry fandom is very diverse and has grown from a very small group of people to a big community of people.
For a long time, it was just me and my friends.
But after I moved to Australia, I was able to meet some of these amazing people and I’ve never looked back.
At the same time, I feel very fortunate to be able to give back to my community, and to be involved in a way that is so inspiring and enjoyable for me.
This year, I’ve been travelling with my friends from the US, and we’ve been seeing a lot more of furries from the UK and Ireland.
While the UK fandom is more popular, there’s still a lot going on in Australia, and some of that is down to my being a member of this small group.
Furries are a really big part of the Australian culture and I’d love to see them continue to grow and expand in Australia.
My friends from around the world have all been amazing to me, and they are inspiring to me as a person.
I hope to be an inspiration to more people in the future and I’m looking forward to the future!
I’ll be visiting the UK again in the coming months and I want to see more of the UK furries and their wonderful friends!
Read more about furries in this article: A video of the first furry convention in the UK