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- 1.11.20 24 September
- During FurrySiesta, the Prime Minister Of Uganda asked several fursuiters on-stage at another event occurring at the same hotel.
- Bookshelf Bear is a Canadian distributor and seller of furry literature.
- Bookmarfs! is an online fandom-centric book club and was started in 2013.
- Poker Night is an animated comedy inspired by Cassius Coolidge's paintings of dogs playing poker.
- Sci-fi and anime fandom gets 'furry' is an article in The Daily Reveille which focuses on the Louisiana Furs.
- Stuffed Panda Studios is a mascot and fursuit studio in Missouri, USA.
- Those Who Wait, Looking at Stars is an ebook with anthropomorphic animals, written by Graveyard Greg.
- MiDFur, held annually in Melbourne, Australia, is the largest furry convention in the southern hemisphere.
- Prayer For Danny is a song by Hali that was inspired by Associated Student Bodies and first released in 2001.
- Cupcakes is a series of novellas that resulted from a collaboration between authors Kyell Gold, Rikoshi and foozzzball, and publisher FurPlanet, which began publication in 2010.
- "Armchair conchair" is a term coined by Uncle Kage, describing someone with little or no experience running conventions who has strong opinions about how they should be run.
- SouthernCross Gaming (SCG) is a furry gaming community on Steam founded in late 2010 by Rowedahelicon. While it primarily focuses on its Tf2 servers, it also maintains several others such as for Killing Floor, Minecraft, and Monday Night Combat.
- Byblos, originally named Masque, is a role-playing game site which caters to players of any form, whether furry, human, xeno, mythos, or so on. The site, which went fully live in January 2011 after a 2-year development and testing cycle, also hosts images, chat, private messages, and discussion forums.
- The Anthrocon Recruiting Song is written primarily by Steve Simmons during and about the first few Anthrocons he worked. The purpose was both to document some of the fun of working the convention and to induce new staffers to join the security crew.
- Bagheera is a black-toned Indian leopard (also known as a panther) character, first depicted in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book in 1894 and The Second Jungle Book in 1895.
- Housepets! Radio is a podcast for the webcomic Housepets! by Rick Griffin. It is co-hosted by voice actor David Cramer and artist Nick Crotser, who also created the webcomic Clan_Rikier.
- Aniu is a fictional character in Universal Studios' 1995 animated film Balto. She is a white wolf and Balto's mother. Although she makes two brief appearances in the original movie, she remains unidentified until the sequel, Balto II: Wolf Quest.
- Bitter Lake is an in-development live-action movie featuring characters in fursuit, scheduled to debut at Eurofurence 2011.
- The Furry Pound is a furry gaming community created by Hoshiko Usagi in 2008. Currently, the community hosts eight Team Fortress 2 servers, one Minecraft server and a Ventrilo server.
- Primal Rage is a fighting video game that features giant dinosaurs and apes who are revered as gods on a post-Apocalyptic Earth, where the level of technology for humanity had been reduced to the Stone Age.
- FurNation Magazine was an anthology published by FurNation that featured furry art, comics, and stories, and had a new issue released at every Anthrocon and Further Confusion convention.
- Bunny Suicide is a radio show hosted by various UK furs and is modeled after 2 Sense, featuring a Q&A panel and a section about current affairs in the world.
- The Society Of Anthropomorphics, otherwise known as SOAP, is a furry community at Virginia Tech that is unique in that it is also a Registered Student Organization (RSO) with the university.
- The Furry Broadcasting Corporation is a furry internet radio station that was implemented in 2005 during the stop in production of 2 Sense, though the FBC became largely defunct in late 2009.
- Justa Lotta Animals is a team of anthropomorphic animals that were featured in stories published by DC Comics and served as a parody of the Justice League of America in their pre-Crisis form.
- Fursuit bowling, an activity that involves people in fursuits attempting to bowl, is featured often at smaller conventions and there have been multiple bowl offs featured between Furries and Klingons.
- Club Flex, previously known as The Locker, is an adult establishment on Second Life that promotes furry bodybuilding and muscular bodies, though the club is open to everyone regardless.
- Radio Unifurse is a radio show run by Aerek, Alkora, Arren Jevleth, and The Sonic God, created in 2008, which airs for two hours on Sunday after the Funday Pawpet Show.
- Dylan Rinald is a furry artist that founded a Yahoo! group called the BootedFurries, which failed to garner significant attention, but became the inspiration for the later project, the BootedFurs, of which he is a moderator.
- The Kevin and Kell Role-Playing Game was written by Jamie Borg and Michael Hopcroft, illustrated by creator Bill Holbrook, and published by ComStar Media in 2005.
- Kia Motors released a commercial in 2009, and another in 2010, featuring anthropomorphic hamsters driving Kia vehicles and dancing to music.
- Gold Digger: The Time Raft is an American OAV series based on the "Time Raft" arc from the Gold Digger comic books series created by Fred Perry, which began creation in 1999 and is a compilation of the three separate parts made in the years since.
- BootedFurs is a community-driven web portal that cater to furs that are interested in boots and leather, ranging from those with a slight interest to those with a leather fetish.
- The Secret Life of Pokémon Breeders is a webcomic set in the Pokemon universe that features anthropomorphic characters that act as breeders of Pokémon.
- The 2005 Ursa Major Awards was held at the Radisson Suites Hotel in Huntsville, Alabama and occurred during the Rocket City FurMeet 2006.
- Claws and Paws is a newspaper office, which acts as a setting for a series of children's books, written by Malcolm Hall, that features a variety of anthropomorphic animals.
- WhoFurs is a podcast that is hosted by Fuzzwolf and Tealfox and revolves around the British television show Doctor Who.
- The 2002 Ursa Major Awards were given out at the final Confurence in 2003 and were also the last to be awarded and organized by the Confurence Group; Chris Sanders of Walt Disney Entertainment, half of the directing team behind "Lilo and Stitch" was there to receive the award for Best Anthropomorphic Motion Picture.
- The Dawn Chapel is a weekly webcomic that consists of multiple short stories 4-8 pages long that always feature animal characters in some manner.
- Naturally is a series of commercials from Orangina that features 3-D anthropomorphic animals in various acts that can be viewed as vaguely, though sometimes rather overtly, sexual.
- Foxcub Radio is a radio station hosted by FoxMajik that includes both furry programming and announcements from local California awareness groups on various subjects.
- The 2004 Ursa Major Awards were awarded and given out in the Wyndham Philadelphia Hotel at Anthrocon 2005.
- Murlocs are an amphibious race of fishmen featured in the World of Warcraft universe that are greatly reminiscent of H.P. Lovecraft's Deep Ones.
- Inkbunny is an online art site catering to the furry fandom, primarily used for the sale of high-resolution digital downloads and prints.
- The 2003 Ursa Major Awards were the first UMA ceremony to be performed after the last Confurence, to allow public nominations and voting, and to be held outside the United States.
- Souls RPG is a werewolf roleplaying forum established in 2001.
- Coney Dewclaw, a character from the webcomic Kevin and Kell, is a rabbit who acts carnivorously, causing great mayhem in the Dewclaw family.
- For the 2007 Ursa Major Awards, only D.C. Simpson, creator of Ozy and Millie, was available to personally receive her award among the winning nominees.
- 8-Bitch Fyve is a flash animation that acts as a parody of animations made by 8-Bit Theater.
- What The Fur 2010 had a theme of Pirates vs. Ninjas; the Guests of Honor were Max Black Rabbit and gNAW.
- The Furry Writers Guild acts as a conglomeration of information and links for high-level writers of furry fiction in the fandom.
- Higher Than the Stars is a song and music video that featured several fursuiters in it.
- Furboree is a furry camping convention that combines camping events and furry activities, along with a Dealer's Den.
- Taxidermy involves processes that are similar to when the skin of a chicken is removed prior to cooking.
- Shiuk is a furry artist who has created several comics for the furry magazine Softpaw since 2007.
- FA Rank is a ranking system based on the relative popularity of Fur Affinity users.
- Furry Canada Day is an annual furry meet consisting of walking through downtown Ottawa, with some attendees in fursuits.
- The Cat Came Back, a 1988 animated short film, was placed on Cartoon Network's 100 Greatest Cartoons of All Time list.
- Furnal Equinox 2011 is a proposed convention in Toronto, whose theme is planned to be "Wild Magic"; ZEN is to be a Guest of Honor.
- FWA 2008 expenses included $2761 for convention badges, $648 in PayPal fees, and $700 in tips.
- IndyFurCon (iFC), a furry convention chaired by Tora NightProwler, is planned for Indianapolis in 2010.
- A movie version of Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr. Fox is scheduled to be released in theaters in November 2009
- We Are Mongrels has been plugged as "Avenue Q meets Family Guy"
- FWA 2010 will have a "Carnaval" (Brazilian Carnival) theme
- State Farm produced a commercial with a squirrel mascot, hinting him to be a furry
- ConFurtiva plans to be Mexico's first ever furry convention
- IRC network EsperNet features a handful of furry-themed channels
- Small press organization Jarlidium Press has rescued a few fanzines, including The Dallas Brawl Update and North American Fur
- Xavious sporadically uploads videos of the Funday PawPet Show to YouTube
- Wolfie Fox made the biggest fully working Stargate network in Second Life
- Furnet, the largest furry IRC network, has almost 700 channels. Anthrochat, the next largest, has almost 150 channels.
- Loyalty and Liberty is an graphic novel about 18th century life and the American War of Independence, where people are illustrated as cats.
- Furry-Within is an adult furry community, created in late 2007, which runs competitions based around users submitting creative works.
- Skies Above MOO (previously Nexus of Souls MOO) was a roleplaying MOO with "gryphons, pegasi, dragons and rocs"
- The Encyclopaedia of Unusual Sex Practices is a reference book which contains an entry on "Anthropomorphic cartoons"
- The Cunning Little Vixen was a play/opera first performed in 1924 and was written by the Czech composer Leos Janacek.
- rec.arts.furry was proposed in early 2000 by Kay Shapero and Mitch Marmel as a moderated alternative to the newsgroup alt.fan.furry
- The Schweizer Stammtisch (Swiss Roundtable), a furmeet in the bars and pubs of Oerlikon in Zürich, Switzerland regularly has a turnout of over 20
- American Furry: Life, Liberty and the Fursuit of Happiness is an in-progress documentary on fursuit culture in America from Brooklyn-based filmmaker, Marianne Shaneen
- Hell Hath No Furries is an article by Jennifer Abel that appeared in the Hartford Advocate, in which she reported on her experiences as an undercover attendee at FurFright 2007
- Fursuit.de is a German-language wiki about the materials and methods involved in constructing fursuits
- Ritachan, a German-language imageboard for furries, takes its name from the fox Rita, a character in the Danish anthropomorphic cartoon franchise Jungledyret Hugo (in Wikipedia)
- Furry conventions arranged over $50,000 in donations to charity last year, and over $35,000 so far this year (updated at 4 September after MFM)
- Further Confusion 2008 has a clubhouse in Second Life featuring a pagoda with free t-shirts and steps illustrated with previous years' logos
- Argentine furry meetup UFACon has been held in Rosario as part of a comic convention since 2004
- 310 individuals (including 25 fursuiters) attended the first instance of FA: United
- Guiness World Records is reviewing a claim that the 353 fursuiters at the fursuit parade of Anthrocon 2007 may be a world record for Most Mascots in a Parade
- A new version of the 6-2-1 rule has been suggested by the Dorsai Irregulars, recommending 6 miles walked, 2 snacks and 1 nap per day
- The Bohemians is a furry web comic authored and drawn by Sophie Cabra inspired by the hit Broadway musical RENT
- Caring Critters is a mascot performing group for appearances at charity events, parades and other events
- Uncle Kage's name is actually an abbreviation of Kagemushi Goro, or the Samurai Cockroach, his selected fursona
- Fandom's Favorite Fursuit Fracas is a showcase tournament for fursuits run in a bracket tournament style and chosen through a voting process on LiveJournal. It was organized by Exile Huscoon and Rhett Foxcoon
- March of the Furries is an article from the Denver Westword newspaper, featuring a review of Rocky Mountain Fur Con, an interview with Uncle Kage, and other commentaries from various furries
- A new LAFF Bowling event has been started, in addition to the original one. This second event is organized and run by Rayven Wolffe and Blazger
- The winners of the 2006 Ursa Major Awards were announced at Califur 3.
- LAFF opened its annual summer softball season on May 19th with a Softbowl Extravaganza.
- Charlene of the Mousey Love Girls passed away of bone cancer on May 19, 2007, according to a post by Cigarskunk.
- Rainbow Ark is a LiveJournal community for gay Christians in the furry fandom.
- The Califur Train departs for Southern California each May with a group of Seattle and Vancouver area furries.
- StarrBucks, another property of Banner, was one of the locations closed down in the recent closing of The Lining on Tapestries.
- The convention United!, sponsored by Fur Affinity, is now open for registration.
- The stormtrooper often seen at California furry conventions is none other than furry veteran Ironbadger.
- Fur Weekend Camping & BBQ will be held May 4-6, 2007 this year in Gordonsville, Virginia.
- Furry Zine is an online zine available on LiveJournal whose main goal is to help raise women's awareness in the furry community.
- A new Underdog movie will be released in August 2007 based off the popular cartoon dog superhero, starring Jason Lee as his voice
- The Golden Lash is now under Ruhemaus' ownership
- Winter wolves are a species created by Chinook McMutton Z, based off of a creature in the AD&D Monster Manual
- Chuck Jones, the famous animation director responsible for Pepe Le Pew, created cartoons until his death in 2002; his last work was Thomas Timberwolf
- Soki Twopaw has launched a project on YouTube to extinguish what he sees as the public's stereotypical views on furry culture
- Ursa Major Awards opens March 10 for the 2006
- Katie Hofgard (Wolf Nymph/Shadow Wolf) will be the first guest of honor at All Fur Fun
- Cuprohastes painted the bunny character used in the IQ challenge hoax
- Vicki Fox is not only a popular webcomic character, but also the corporate mascot of Vicki Fox Productions Inc
- The Meekometer is a plushie unit of measurement used to calculate the relative size of a plush toy
- Ursa Major Awards are now open for the 2006
- T.H.E. Fox was an online comic first published in 1986 on Quantum Link
- Many fictional species draw from Egyptian mythology
- Pandaguy's Picnic is held in Washington, DC over the last week of September
- Bristled centers around the lives of three female roommates
- The Furry Cruise is an event where furries go on a cruise ship together. It takes place on an annual basis, the first one being in 2005.
- The Furry Music Foundation is a website dedicated to furry musicians, including its administrator Chama C. Fox, and has numerous songs available for download
- The Asylum is is an online Flash game by Martin Kittsteiner that takes place in a clinic specialising in the treatment of mentally disturbed plush toys
- Rage is a CCG published in 1995 by White Wolf featuring werewolf packs battling other packs, evil monsters and trying to save the world
- Nidhogg is an artist with interests in Norse Mythology who is working on a graphic novel
- Coffee Night is a furry coffee meet held every Tuesday in Brisbane, Australia
- Animagusurreal is a furry artist known for his psychedelic and surreal techniques
- Empires is a science-fiction story featuring anthropomorphic animals and debuted with Yarf in January 1990
- Packlands is a novel by Steven F. Scharff, published as installments in Rowrbrazzle
- Dingo is the technical administrator of Yerf
- The Furry is Life logo was created by Quadrupedal Jellybean
- Polska Strefa Furry is a forum for Polish furs
- ConClave is a science fiction and fantasy convention held in Michigan
- AlohaWolf made a cameo on the infamous CSI episode
- Rapid T. Rabbit was interviewed on The Daily Show
- Artist Ainsley Seago's uncle starred as an actor in Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Ailsa Berk, who played Amanaman in Return of the Jedi, is a regular at Further Confusion
- WikiFur features a list of media links related to the fandom
- You can chat with other Wikifurries on the #wikifur IRC channel
- Novel: Volle, by Kyell Gold
- Fanzine: South Fur Lands
- Comic Book: Usagi Yojimbo, by Stan Sakai
- Comic Strip: Faux Pas, by Robert and Margaret Carspecken
- Short Fiction: In His Own Country, by Kristin Fontaine
- Game: Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, by Sucker Punch Productions
- Other Literary Work: Tales of the Questor, Volume 1, by Ralph E. Hayes, Jr.
- Dramatic Short Work: Cake Dance aka "There She Is!! Step 2", by SamBakZa
- Motion Picture: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
- Published Illustration: Cybercat's cover painting for Transformations: A Forest Tales Story, by Bernard Doove
- The IQ Challenge was a LiveJournal meme created by Triggur and illustrated by Cuprohastes
- Mythagoras was a furry fanzine primarily edited by Watts Martin
- Dreams are user-created places in Furcadia
- GraphXPress has published Red Shetland, Equine the Uncivilized, Morphs and West Corner Of the Park
- The title and end theme to the Otter Island Radio Show was derived by Chama from Peter Howell's work at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
- The Ant and the Aardvark is one of the more memorable classic cartoons since The Pink Panther
- Sculpture is a growing form of furry art
- The Temple of Divinity is an Egyptian-themed role-playing area on Tapestries MUCK
- Oklacon was once known as the Festival of the Feral
- AnthroAsia is a community website for furs and anthros in the Asian region. (Added to April 20's list.)
- Banrai has created several fursuits, including Augenti, Kasan and Conch
- CritterConDiego was a mini furry con held in San Diego from 2000 to 2002 on the same weekends as Comic-Con International
- Lapism is a belief system in stories by Phil Geusz
- Gabriel Gentile is an anti-furry artist once expelled from the Burned Furs
- Chronicles of Sol is a science-fiction series following rogue dragoness Sol Fyres
- PlushMUCK was a PG-rated, invite-only MUCK, named after the local currency: plushies
- Xoxios-Lan fell upon Lemon Orange's knife ten times in one Macropod Madness shower scene
- Tavatiana is an anthropomorphic rabbit doe in Gene Catlow
- Kaze is the main character of Kaze: Ghost Warrior by Timothy Albee
- Fauxpaw Publications publishes both Fur Visions and Fur Plus
- The Bestiary is a set of playing cards featuring 54 species by 33 artists
- Cub Conclave is an island for babyfurs in Second Life
- Humans and aliens go to school together in Teenagers From Outer Space
- YiffyToys.de is the european distributor of Furrystyle's adult products
- We list conventions by attendance and furry discussion forums
- The Social Bunny is an imaginary friend who appears to lonely sims in The Sims 2
- The music video to Beautiful by Moby was performed entirely by fursuited characters
- Inverloch won the Web Cartoonist's Choice Award for Outstanding Fantasy Comic
- Tiger Paw is the chair of Furry Weekend Atlanta
- The DSV Nautica is a fictional starship led by Captain Neesah
- Yiffy Yaffle is Head of Security for The Forest
- とらんすふぁ (TRANSFUR) is a Japanese furry convention
- Outlanders were introduced by Simba's Pride, sequel to The Lion King
- Minerva Mink is a character in Animaniacs
- S'A'Alis began hosting FurryMUCK in October 1993
- A 32-foot inflatable McGruff is available for crime prevention events
- Exodus is a webcomic by Pepper using characters from Furcadia
- The Tail Underground is a Flash-based adult website by Ian R. Soulfox
- A Chakasa is a very chakat-like taur creature
- The Lion King Fan-Art Archive is the largest collection of Lion King fan artwork on the internet
- Helix is a robot character from Freefall
- Polfurs.org is a Polish furry community website
- Castle Horsetooth is a webcomic by Oren Otter and Eala Dubh, both formerly of the TSA
- Dragon's Eye Productions is the independent gaming company that created Furcadia and DragonSpires
- The F.I.A. was the theme of Eurofurence 8
- Faibanx is a MUCK inhabited mostly by users of Lava Dome Five
- Suicide For Hire is a webcomic by Rafael Medina about two high-school juniors and their lucrative business dealing death to self-pitying peers
- HerbstCon is a furry convention in Germany
- The Generic Adventurers is a one-shot seven-page comic by Chris Farrington
- Jazz The Rabbit ran Midwest FurFest's con suite from 2002-2005
- FurryPrints.com's motto is Putting Paws to Paper
- Blue Horizon is a story series by Ted and Eileen Blasingame, and Steve Carter
- PlayMouse is an archive for erotic furry art
- FDCMuck was a small MUCK created in November 1994
- The Wampus Cat is a cougar-like feline said to live in the Appalachian Mountains
- The Apathetic Furs was an idea for a joke group suggested by artist Brian O'Connell
- Alicia Retban is a small fennec that frequents FurryMUCK, Tapestries, and Furcadia
- Jalan is an inhabited extrasolar planet in the Felios system on Furscape MUCK
- The infamous Vixen Vending Machine made its first appearence on FurryMUCK in 1996
- Vanessa Aaaamory Pridgen (also known as Honah Lee) is a furry artist, illustrator and professional animator
- The Giants' Club is the main macrophile hangout on FurryMUCK
- There is no furry cabal
- The Furry Home at Squirrel Hill was a furry house founded (along with FurryMUCK) in late 1990 by Centaur, Ashtoreth, Drew Maxwell and Shaterri
- eurofurence is a family of freeware sans-serif fonts developed by unci for the first EuroFurence in 1995
- Many furry artists keep a sketchbook for trading and sharing sketches at furmeets and conventions
- Fangs of K'aath is a novel by Paul Kidd
- TSAT is a bimonthly online fanzine devoted to transformation stories
- The Yiffy Guide to Safer Sex is a PDF file containing sexually explicit art which explains safe sex to furries
- The Artist's Ambush is a weekly gathering on FurryMUCK where artists recieve a subject, then make an image inspired by or related to it
- Tes-Tui-H'ar is a German feline who started Eurofurence in 1995
- The Avatar Archive (also known as the Furry Art Archive) was an FTP site created by S'A'Alis as a continuation to Steven Stadnicki's Tezuka FTP server
- Side 7 is an art archive and artist's community that had its origin as a BBS in 1992
- The Bagel Cult are a sinister cult created by Kelvin the Lion and featured in 11 Will Die
- The Christian Furry Fellowship is an organization led by Oren Otter whose aims include improving the image of the fandom in the Christian community
- Furscape is a MUCK set 200 years from today, in a multi-planetary, hard SF universe
- Randy Fox & Cindy Fox are the main characters of the Faux Pas webcomic by Robert & Margaret Carspecken
- Free paws is a web page and Yahoo group dedicated to furry fans and lifestylers who enjoy being barepawed both in character and in real life
- ČeSFuR is a furry convention in the Czech Republic
- Foxglove was a female bat character appearing in a single episode of Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
- Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin is a epic story starring talking animals (dogs) created by Yoshihiro Takahashi
- The FurBQ is the largest informal, annual gathering of furs in the SoCalFurs region
- The March 1994 issue of Wired magazine featured Johnny Manhattan Meets the Furry Muckers, one of the first mainstream articles published about furries
- The Furkindred is a furry shared universe media property published by MU Press
- The Order of Potter was the "Internet's most pointless award," as described by its creator, former furry artist Eric Blumrich, recognizing the conspicuous merits of publications and individuals in two specifically distinct categories: funny animals and politics
- A talking animal is a non-anthropomorphic animal with human-like attributes, usually intelligence and speech
- The Michael-Scot McMurry Award for Conspicuous Integrity was an idea brought forth by Wolf Smith and then ZonieCon's chairman, Scott Malcomson on 10 April 2001, to honor the memory of the recently-deceased furry artist Michael-Scot McMurry
- SKORCH was the "semi-official fanzine of the Burned Fur movement"
- Yiff: The Card Game is a furry-themed card game, with cards showing furry characters, often nude, aroused and/or in some form of bondage, first demonstrated during Conifur Northwest 2003
- The Jack Lynch Mysteries are a series of six semi-furry hardboiled detective SF stories by Clint Warlick, five of which were published in Yarf! between 1991 and 1997
- Playfur was a website showing covers of a fictitious magazine based on the look of Playboy magazine, featuring pictures of nude or semi-nude furry females in suggestive poses
- PANDA-Z (created by Shuichi Oshida) is an alleged spoof of the popular anime Mazinger Z
- Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew is a DC Comics comic book property about a team of funny animal superheroes created by Roy Thomas and Scott Shaw! and published from 1982 to 1983
- The funny animal fandom is composed of individuals who enjoy the classic funny animals from the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics
- Nivlek is the star of a comic created by Kelvin the Lion catering to the voraphile and babyfur communities
- StarrBucks is a coffee house on Castro just north of The Lining in Tapestries
- Rapid T. Rabbit and Friends is a pawpet show broadcast on public-access television in New York since 1983 and regularly featured on the Funday PawPet Show
- Furry Fantasies was the first furry music CD ever produced, compiled by Cheetah in 1998 from music by nine artists
- Radio Furtopia is a SHOUTcast radio station run by the Furtopian community
- The Sabrina Online Radio Play is an audio drama based upon Sabrina Online by Eric W. Schwartz, adapted and produced by Mindy Mousie of Midnite Lilly Productions
- Rankin is the the barfing raccoon mascot of Crush! Yiff! Destroy!, created by Donotsue
- To floof is the impolite act of "fluffing" a furry character and/or fursuiter's fur
- The Raccoon's Bookshelf is a archive and small press for furry fiction run by Mike Regan
- Luskwood was the first widely known furry gathering area on Second Life, popular for its furry avatars
- Zonie was a furry comic strip by the late Michael-Scot McMurry, centering around the adventures of the a yellow-furred anthro coyote in a black vest and polka-dot bandana
- Nanami-chan (ななみちゃん, aka Little Nanami) is a mascot created by NHK to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their satellite service, BS
- Humans in fursuits is a term used to describe furry characters in a fictional setting who think, feel, and act much the same as a human would
- TR Wolf recently appeared on the Funday PawPet Show, where he gave an impressive command performance of Numa Numa.
- The Meekometer (also known as a Meeko Unit, or simply Meeko) is a plushie unit of measurement used to calculate the relative size of a plush toy. One meekometer is roughly equal to 0.5 metric metre, or 20 standard inches.
- Dook! is the recognizable vocalization smaller members of the Mustelidae family make, and was also the name that the ArtVark art archive went by during its development stages.
- Terry Knight (a.k.a Mayfurr) is an amateur furry artist and occasional writer residing in Wellington, New Zealand. His cartoon art has been published in several fanzines including Fur Visions, YARF!, and South Fur Lands
- The National Association of Furry Fans (N.A.F.F) was a semiserious proposal for a furry fandom recognized group that would have controlled and dispensed "legal" Furry ID cards/Badges
- The Altani are a species of alien vulpines from the Other Suns science fiction role-playing game
- Here Comes a Candle is an anthropomorphic graphic novel by Mary Hanson Roberts, originally appearing as a serial in Furrlough, later collected/reprinted as a single-volume trade paperback by Shanda Fantasy Arts.
- A SPH (Strategically Placed Hole) is a plushophile term for a modified hole or aperture added to a plushie toy for sexual purposes. Some fursuits have been known to have an "SPH" built into it for sexual or joke purposes, too.
- Chythar (RL Name Matthew Muench) is a long-time furry fan and electronic games programer, former significant other to furry artist Manawolf, who enjoys working on his Mustang and living in Los Angeles.
- A Pong is an often comical and/or embarrassing, written IRC post or paragraph that has an obvious, non-intended, freudian slip. This term originated on the Yiffnet #furry channel, and they were so popular, both innuendo and mirth, that Tet Solfire started collecting the best in Tet's Pong Database.