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WelshFurs is the name given to all furries living in Wales in the United Kingdom, though the term is mostly applied to those in Cardiff.

SouthWalesFurs meets have been running monthly since around 2006 and have seen numbers grow ever since. As of June 2015, the SouthWalesFurs - extending from Monmouthshire to Pembrokeshire and up into the South Wales Valleys - sees over 50 regular attendees and over 200 members within the Facebook group.

NorthWalesFurs (LlandudnoFurs) established themselves as a community in 2013 and have become successful, especially with the NorthernFurs.

There are also a small group of furs who regularly gather for casual meets in Bangor.


  • SouthWalesFurs: Meets are held every first Saturday of the month, meeting from 11am to midday at Cardiff Central train station and from midday onwards at Bar Icon on Charles Street, Cardiff, as base camp. All furry bits and pieces welcome – con badges, partials, collars, etc. The bar is fursuiting friendly and includes an upstairs area which is able to be reserved for security of belongings and changing privacy.
  • LlandudnoFurs: LlandudnoFur meets are held every two to three months. For specific dates, it is best to look into the NorthWalesFurs Facebook group or Twitter. Each meet is themed. Meeting at midday at Llandudno train station, before venturing over to the venue of Mostyn Art Gallery. From midday to 5pm with a fursuiting walk at 1pm. Optional meal at Wetherspoons following the meet. There are artists trading, games tables, general games and activities related to the specific meet’s theme. An art raffle is held at £2 a ticket to cover expenses for venue hire.

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