News:Fur Affinity changes paws

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October 18, 2007
Fender, now under new ownership

Furry art gallery Fur Affinity announced a change in ownership this Wednesday, with founder and original site coder Alkora Husky selling the site to its lead administrator, The Dragoneer (also known as Preyfar).[1]

"Today, Alkora and I came to an agreement and inked the deal. We have officially transferred ownership of Fur Affinity to me," The Dragoneer remarked on his FurAffinity journal today, announcing the sale of the site. "It's been a long road, and Alkora and I have weathered quite a lot together side by side, and will continue to do so well into the future."[2]

Site founder Alkora replied on his own journal, saying "I am confident in [Dragoneer's] ability to manage FA. He has proven himself to be an invaluable asset to the website and the FA community." Alkora cited pursuit of college studies and other commitments as reasons to sell the site, mentioning that he "will still be around here."[3]

As reported on WikiFur News, Fur Affinity was previously disrupted by ownership disputes between the two individuals. Though the details of the current transaction are not known, Alkora had previously valued the site at $8,000.


  1. FurAffinity Index - accessed October 17, 2007
  2. The Dragoneer's Fur Affinity journal - accessed October 17, 2007
  3. Alkora's Fur Affinity journal - accessed October 17, 2007