Connor Goodwolf

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Connor Goodwolf, formerly known as Insane Kangaroo (née David Leroy Ross Jr., born in California, USA), is a furry fan and fursuiter who lives in various places around the United States, mostly centered around Columbus, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and San Francisco, California.


Connor Goodwolf was born in California, where he lived for several years, enjoying fishing for catfish and visiting ocean beaches, until his move with his family to east Tennessee around 1993. In Tennessee he enjoyed the colorful people[clarify] of the Great Smoky Mountains, helping out with his communities, and being involved in after-school programs. In June of 2005, he moved to Alaska, where he worked as a Information technology specialist in Homer, Alaska.

After being laid off in March 2010, he moved to Pennsylvania in July 2010 for his next job, driving approximately 4300 miles along the Alaska Highway, then through Canada and the US border until reaching his destination.

Open carry[edit]

He is an advocate of the right of open carry; exercising his constitutionally-protected right to visibly bear firearms. In the past, he had encounters with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police regarding the practice.[1] Working with the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board, a memo was distributed to all Pittsburgh Police precincts on open carry.[2]

Fandom involvement[edit]

Goodwolf's involvement in the furry fandom varies from area to area. He is a maintainer of the Fursuit Livejournal community where he helps with the everyday duties and management when the need arises. When possible he also hosts fursuit bowling events in the greater Pittsburgh area.

He runs and attends local furmeets.

K9 Sentry[edit]

Goodwolf maintains the K9 Sentry webpage and Facebook and Twitter accounts.

K9 Sentry scours mainly the furry community's main sites and social media services[3] for signs of malfeasance regarding those furries[4] involved in criminal activities of sexual (sex child abuse, zoophilia, bestiality, etc) or violent type (cruelty to animals et al).

The site maintains several help services and directories[5] to keep track of the convicted furs in the fandom and keeps abreast of past and present cases by posting the latest on the K9 Sentry site, its social media accounts, and on the furry wiki, Wikifur.

Furmeet organizer[edit]

After spending time in Ohio, the decision to set up a group and organization due to the interest of others in the area resulted in the Columbus Furmeets and Furries group.

Current meets ordered chronologically:

  • Select Furry meets organized in Ohio - 2017, present
  • Outdoor, geocaching, bicycling meets in Ohio - 2013, present
  • Bowling in Columbus, Ohio - 2014 - 2017
  • Pokemon Go meets in Columbus, Ohio - 2016, present

Past events, ordered chronologically:

Group organizer[edit]

He organizes and runs various groups of common interest:


Convention and event attendances[edit]

(*) Membership revoked


Anthrocon 2010[edit]

AC's ban notice to David Ross

On January 22, 2010, Goodwolf's membership from Anthrocon was revoked by staff after being arrested for carrying a weapon in the Pittsburgh International Airport.[2] He only carried the firearm outside of the Westin hotel and the convention center.[2]

In a brief letter, Anthrocon chairman and CEO Dr. Samuel Conway suggested that if "the area was so dangerous as to require a firearm", it would be best not to come:

Connor Goodwolf
You have repeatedly insisted that the area in which Anthrocon's convention takes place is sufficiently dangerous that it is necessary to carry a firearm for protection. If that is indeed the case, then we feel it is wisest you not attend so that you need not be exposed to unnecessary danger.[2]
Connor Goodwolf

The response from Connor Goodwolf was as follows:

Connor Goodwolf
I was banned because I'm an open carrier. Kage even mentions the fact in his email stating it's not I chose to arm myself, but because the way I carry. I WAS NOT IN VIOLATION OF ANTHROCON RULES.[6]
Connor Goodwolf

When asked about the decision to revoke Goodwolf's membership, a representative for the convention stated that Anthrocon "reserves the right to deny membership to any individuals who prove disruptive to convention operations, cause unwarranted discomfort to or jeopardize the health and safety of themselves or other attendees, or adversely affects Anthrocon's relationship with its guests, its venues or the public."[2]


On January 27, 2011, Connor Goodwolf launched Do Not Hug ("The unofficial don't hug me bro murrsuit database"), a publicly viewable listing of fursuiters who engaged in sexual activities while in costume. He defended the creation of the site, and intended purpose, by stating that:

Connor Goodwolf
[...] the general populous does not want to hug a cum-encrusted fursuit for many reasons, including the suit being a health risk.[7]
Connor Goodwolf

There were expressed concerns that the site could be used maliciously to violate privacy and ruin reputations.[8][9]

In addition to gathering information from profiles on sites such as Fur Affinity and XTube, he solicited users to submit additional names, information, photos, and videos directly to the site. Any submissions had to include evidence of sexual activity in the form of photographs and/or videos before being added to the database.

Posting to the site was done anonymously (no e-mail address or other identifying information was required) and without the need for express consent from the fursuiter. On the day the site was launched, explicit photos of fursuit users[clarify] were included in the listing, but were removed the next day.

The site went offline between March and September of 2011.[10]


After several DMCA takedown requests were sent to Fur Affinity administration concerning artists creating fan art of the mascot,[citation needed] Connor Goodwolf decided to look closer at to see if there were any copyright infringements or other unlawful works on the site.

He emailed's service provider after coming across works he believed were in violation of US code 18 USC § 1466A ("Obscene visual representations of the sexual abuse of children"). After receiving a copy of the email sent to their provider, Arcturus posted a topic to the forums with concerns of the future of[11].

Arcturus closed, leaving a message on the home page stating that "the doors are closed".[citation needed] Shortly afterward ownership of the site was transferred to Varka and relaunched under new management.

Cub art[edit]

Connor Goodwolf has expressed people to contact United States' Senators in regards to making explicit cub-related furry art illegal.[12]

Inkbunny and SoFurry[edit]

In November 2010, Fur Affinity lost its payment processor, AlertPay, after they informed FA that cub pornography was against the site's terms of service.[13]

Goodwolf theorized that a member of SoFurry or Inkbunny might have been responsible for the change, and proceeded to report them in turn to AlertPay:

Connor Goodwolf
I reported SoFurry and Inkbunny to AlertPay to make sure all sites which hit in case one of the people who ran the sites were the ones who started the initial complaint about FurAffinity. If one is going to get hit out of some troll, then all of the sites will burn. So the person who started the original complaint will not be smiling anymore.[14]
Connor Goodwolf

AlertPay had already informed the two sites that they were terminating their services prior to FA's public announcement. Nevertheless, his actions were roundly criticized and he was subsequently banned [15] from furrydrama_2:

Connor Goodwolf
Just because someone reported AlertPay does NOT give you the right to go all Internet vigilante on behalf of FA. They can handle their own shit. What you've done is quite possibly the lowest, shittiest, underhanded, vindictively stupid thing I've seen anyone do to another web site.[16]
Connor Goodwolf


  1. Summary Appeal Docket # CP-02-SA-0001853-2009 (PDF). Retrieved August 28, 2014.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Anthrocon bans fur over open carry article by GreenReaper on Flayrah. Posted February 13, 2010. Retrieved February 14 2010.
  3. protect communities page on's on website. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  4. Offender map page on's website. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  5. Registered Sex Offenders page on's website. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  6. Stand up for civil rights, get banned from Anthrocon Livejournal post by   insane_kangaroo. Posted February 12, 2010. Retrieved 2010 April 11.
  7. Insane Kangaroo announces “unofficial don’t hug me bro murrsuit database" article on the Furry News Network. Posted January 27, 2011. Retrieved ?.
  8. Insane Kangaroo announces "unofficial don't hug me bro murrsuit database" article by Higgs Raccoon on Flayrah. Posted January 26, 2011. Retrieved ?.
  9. Warning to fursuiters post by Ainoko on the Fur Affinity Forums. Posted January 27, 2011. Retrieved ?.
  10. archive on the Internet wayback Machine. Retrieved April 8, 2013.
  11. Possible Site Troubles post by Arcturus (screenshot) on Photobucket. Retrieved ?.
  12. Cub porn - What to do? Legislate Livejournal post by Connor Goodwolf. Posted November 28 2010. Retrieved ?.
  13. Fur Affinity loses AlertPay account, bans cub porn article by GreenReaper on Flayrah. Posted November 24 2010. Retrieved ?.
  14. Comment to AlertPay drops Inkbunny by Insane Kangaroo on   furrydrama_2. Posted November 25, 2010. Retrieved ?. (members only)
  15. Rule Addition post by Teahound on furrydrama_2. Posted November 26, 2010. Retrieved ?. (members only)
  16. Comment to AlertPay drops Inkbunny by Teahound on furrydrama_2. Posted November 26, 2010. Retrieved ?. (members only)

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