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DaiCymru, also known as Dai (born August 12, 1996), is an amateur photographer from Wales, UK. As of September 2016, he is an undergraduate student attending the University of Kent, studying for a BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations, with a year of study in Japan. In September 2016, he completed a 3-month training program to acquire a Private Pilot Licence, in Brno, Czech Republic. DaiCymru has been active in the furry community for two years, having found the FurAffinity website through artwork posted on deviantArt in May 2014.

Outside of the fandom, Dai enjoys travelling, and is an active cyclist. Alongside his academic studies, he volunteers for a number of charitable organisations, including his local community library, and numerous societies within the University of Kent student union, as well as for the student union itself. He speaks two languages, English and Welsh, fluently, and has limited competency in German, Czech, and Japanese.


DaiCymru has attended Furnal Equinox in Toronto, Canada, twice, both in 2015 and in 2016, registering as a volunteer in the latter convention. He will also be attending EAST convention in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, and hopes to appear at a number of European conventions, as well as a convention in Japan during his year of study.


DaiCymru's fursona is a German Shepherd[1] who serves in the Royal Air Force, with the rank of Flight Lieutenant. He usually pilots an English Electric Lightning, though he can be found at the controls of a wide range of aircraft from various different times.

Dai's initial inspiration for his fursona was based on a character that had previously been used in works of creative writing, and stems from his hope to work as a commercial airline pilot, as well as from his general interests in aviation, physics, and history.


  1. DaiCymru's profile on Fur Affinity. Retrieved April 23, 2016.

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