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LupineFox, occasionally Lupine for short, LupineFox Paz in Second Life,[1] (Kenneth C. Fenske) is a fursuiter who lives in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA.[2]


In real life LupineFox owned a small software company he founded as well as a DIY solar kit company. His hobbies include history, antiques, home repair, woodworking and disc golf. LupineFox created the FURsvp (formerly online event manager, but has since[when?] passed it on to SkippyFox.

Fandom involvement[edit]

LupineFox has been involved in the furry fandom since 2005. He held monthly (or so) furmeets in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA. LupineFox hosted the New Years Furry Ball in 2007 as a follow up to smaller New Years' parties in previous years, leading it in two subsequent years as it grew from a two-suite party to a more comprehensive event. He was a Furfright hospitality staff member from 2009-2011 and usually volunteers unofficially at the Anthrocon art show.

LupineFox frequents Second Life as LupineFox Paz, where he runs a business selling scripted cigarettes and related items.


LupineFox's fursona is a fox with bluish-purple hair, typically wearing sleek sunglasses and smoking a cigarette.


Main article: 2016/2017 child abuse arrests

On Friday, January 27, 2017, LupineFox was arrested as part of a legal case involving multiple other members of the furry fandom.[2]

On January 12, 2018, LupineFox was found not guilty of all criminal charges by a jury after two hours of deliberations.[3] During the four-day trial, his attorney compared the prosecution witnesses' testimony to "a train wreck", arguing that LupineFox could not have taken off a fox fursuit that its maker testified as being made in 2015, six years after the alleged rape.[4] David R. Parker (RebelWolf) had testified for the prosecution, claiming that his own guilt had prevented him from going to the police.


  1. LupineFox's profile on LiveJournal. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Milford man charged with 2009 child rape" - article on The Intelligencer. Dated January 27, 2017. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
  3. Milford “furry” child rape suspect found not guilty - James O’Malley, Bucks County Courier Times. Dated January 12, 2018. Retrieved ?.
  4. Quakertown Man Found ‘Not Guilty’ In Bucks County Rape Case - Jim Melwert, CBS Philly. Dated January 12, 2018. Retrieved ?.

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