Good Furry Award
The winner receives a cash prize and a crystal trophy; three honorable mentions also receive trophies. Anyone in the furry community is eligible for the prize without regard to age, sex, gender, race, religion, or nationality, with the exception of the administrator and anyone else who might assist the administrator.
In 2022, Grubbs added a new category: The Lifetime Achievement Award. The award goes to a furry who has been active in the fandom for at least 25 years and has made outstanding contributions that have profoundly impacted the fandom. Unlike the main Good Furry Award, the Lifetime Achievement Award is selected by a committee and not by popular vote.
The winner of the first award was Tony Barrett (Dogbomb), who won posthumously (the prize was sent to his brother and the money was donated to the ALS Foundation in his name), and honorable mentions were Aleshka Alejandra, Noelle White (Wyld), and Matt VanNest.
The third ever winner of the award was Cassidy Civet (CassidyTheCivet), becoming the second trans winner in a row, as well as the first winner to have previously written to the column Grubbs runs. She was also the first Person of color (POC) furry to win, as well as the first Canadian and the youngest winner.
- Good Furry Awards official homepage