FurAffiks are a strange breed of Internet community that exist on the fringes of the internet, and are mostly comprised of people who love to share and discuss their furry fandom.
Theirs is a world of sharing and socializing and sharing and sharing.
They also happen to be a community of people whose fandom is so passionate that they’ve created a kind of virtual family.
Peter Framptons furAffiKs are the creators of the FurAffiliates site, the furry fandom, and the world of furry.
These groups are, in essence, the Internet’s unofficial equivalent of a family, with all the members’ fur being represented by their pets.
Peter and his family have an impressive collection of fur: dogs, cats, rabbits, cats and rabbits.
“I’m so excited to have my little sister,” Peter says, laughing.
“She’s my main feline.
I can’t imagine living without her.
I have a lot of her stuff.”
Peter’s family has been the source of many of the most popular furAffinity threads and photos on the site.
“A lot of people have come up to me and said, ‘I just saw you on your dog’s leash.’
I said, yeah, I’ve seen that one,” he says.
Peter’s collection of furs are all the rage on the furAffiliators site, and Peter has a special place in the hearts of his furry friends.
“They see me on the catwalks with my dog.
They’re really excited,” he explains.
“We’re all really passionate about this stuff.
We really have a good time together.”
The furAffiances family is made up of Peter, his wife, daughter, and her friend, Emily, who have all been members for quite some time.
Peter was once a member of the online furry community known as “FurryLovers” (which means “friends of cats” in the UK) but left because he was so passionate about the furry community.
“FurAffiKS are the closest thing to the true FurAffibs,” he told Wired Magazine.
“In fact, it’s the closest to us, and in the real world, it would be very difficult to live without us.”
When Peter got married to Emily, he realized that his wife would never have an active role in his furry life if he stayed away.
“If you’re an active member of any fandom, the closest you can get to an actual family member is your wife,” Peter explains.
He added that the real FurAffiance is an intimate, intimate, family-oriented, and social group that is a huge part of his identity.
“When I was younger, I was a very quiet, introverted person.
But I’ve grown up, I can talk and talk and I can be more open and open with people,” he tells Wired Magazine, and added that he’s found the best way to interact with his furry pals is through social media.
He said that when it comes to his fur AffiK, the community has evolved in ways that he could never have imagined.
“People have become so attached to my fur that they’re very invested in it, and there’s no doubt in my mind that they really like what they’re seeing,” he said.
“That’s really cool to me.
I don’t want them to see me as some sort of joke, but as a genuine, true, authentic, and genuine person.”
He believes that his furAffiaK family is more important to him than any other members of his family.
“It’s an incredibly special place for me to be,” he adds.
“My wife and daughter are the ones who I can go to, and they have an incredible amount of passion for it.”
Peter is not alone in his obsession with his fur.
A few years ago, the internet exploded with images of furaffiliates, and even a fur farm.
“One of the first photos of the real fur farm that I remember seeing was from the Fur Affiliates community,” he remembers.
“And that was on an old, crappy, computer,” he continues.
“There was a mouse there and a cat.
And that’s what I remember.
I remember that it looked like a big, green screen.
And it had this big green screen on it.
And I thought, ‘that’s my house!’
And then I remembered how this is a real, real farm, and I started to see pictures of that farm.
It’s like a family.”
FurAffiaks also have a large, dedicated following, and when the furaffilia subreddit was started, furaffiks were among the first members to contribute content to the subreddit.
“Within a couple of years, there were over 500,000 posts,”