Congratulations to the winners and all our worthy nominees. Remember: All nominees (including those who were honorable mentions in the past) can be nominated again next year. So, keep that in mind for 2022!
(with permission from Kitwana Lion)
Kitwana Lion proudly shows off their honorable mention.
Aberguine: Aberguine is a YouTuber (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyly7pcoKC-Nz2SC07NywKQ) who specializes in studying and analyzing how furries are portrayed in mainstream media, from news reports to films and television. Her goal is to not just look at an episode and say "HA HA THAT'S CRINGE!" but to study how acceptance of the furry fandom has changed through the years and how it can be improved. She recently came back from a long hiatus and has not lost any of the spark that has made her channel so great to watch. She goes out of her way to study WHY furry representation in the media is important, going as far as to cite actual data to support her theories and thesis. She is also fair in her analysis and objective. Even if the representation is positive she will point out some key flaws in the overall presentation. Why this matters is because while many of us don't take furry that seriously and would brush off mainstream media coverage as normies being silly, the work Aberguine puts into her videos shows that there is a lot to the furry fandom than just the suits but that there is a whole world watching us and we can both laugh at it while also learning how teach others how the furry fandom works.
Adler the Eagle: Adler is a furry animator who's been a wonderful contributor to the furry fandom, both for his animations, his upbeat energy, and his generosity. In fact, he's one of the few furries that led me into being an active part of the fandom. Last year, he opened his Patreon-only server to the public temporarily in the beginning of the COVID pandemic, so furries can talk with each other & hang out while they're stuck at home. His generosity can also be seen through his charity work in 2020. One of them was in the middle of the year for the Advancement Project, an organization fighting for equal rights for BIPOC, where he & Blazen played Banjo-Kazooie and 100%’d the game (https://youtu.be/ukiaY58Zcpg). The other is his annual charity event with Blazen & his friends every New Year's Eve called Flappy New Year, raising money for Give Kids the World (https://youtu.be/eSxDTMTs1l8), a charity in Central Florida that provides cost-free vacations to critically ill children & their families. Adler strives to make good & wholesome content anyone can enjoy, but he’s also not afraid to put a spotlight on important topics such as LGBTQ pride (he & Blazen are gay) or getting through life during the COVID pandemic (https://youtu.be/SZ6NmVGDWAo), along with being open about his own mental health. Adler’s probably one of the most wholesome birds in the furry fandom, and overall, a very fun & cool dude to be around with. For many folks, his animations, weekly Roller Coaster Tycoon streams, and other various content, provide relief from the craziness that's going on in the world right now. His wholesome and charismatic personality makes Adler live up to his motto, to "Help Someone Smile Today". All of this is why I think Adler deserves this award, because he's not only a good furry but also a good bird.
Aleshka Alejandra (note: this is the third year in a row Aleshka has been nominated): Aleshka is an amazing person. I’ve know her for quite a while and she’s always doing her best in the furry community. She runs pages that donate to natural disaster and animal rescue/ funding. She will always go out of her way to give back to the community in abundance. She is an amazing soul and I know tons of people who have been positively influenced by her. I can’t think of anyone better to be nominated for the Good Furry Award!
Brett "Chise": Chise has been working constantly for months at Moderna to work on the COVID vaccine. She spends much of her free time posting information about the disease and vaccine as it comes out, determined to keep the pubic informed. She also takes time out of her day to any questions or concerns people ask in response to her posts about the virus. She is also starting BIPOC run furcon that is due to have its first convention in 2022!
Brett "Chise" (second nomination): Chise, in short, is a hard working, upbeat, person. She has a heart of gold. She enjoys her work and is clearly passionate about what she does. She's dedicating her time developing a COVID 19 vaccine, and spreading good awareness about the vaccine, the virus. And true facts in its regards in a easy to read format. She's also passionate about fighting for equal rights for BIPOC. If you look through her twitter, you will see what I mean. She was also very kind and humble to my first ever furry convention, MFF2015. And let me be her handler.
Casey Explosion: Casey Explosion is a Twitch streamer and activist/organizer who has devoted much of her time to charity work and giving space and spotlight to other people around her, lifiting other people up. She has consistently been attempting to create a safe space for LGBT+ people and has been speaking out even in difficult times. She has been an ambassador for tolerance, support and as a visibly furry, she has consistently demonstrated the very best qualities of the furry community.
Cassidy Civet: Cassidy has been a major force for good, whether it be in her Youtube/TikTok videos where she explains the fandom to people and haters, often catching them off guard with how calm and well spoken she is, to her appearance in the biggest music competition on Earth back in May 2020; the Eurovision Song Contest. Where she became the first furry, in full fursuit no less, to appear in the contest's 60+ year history, which set the internet into a frenzy to which she replied to every single Tweet to arise from the appearance and documented it in a Youtube video. And she was memed 3 times in 2020, as well, for her aforementioned Eurovision appearance, the "Testicles" incident at TFF in February, and a photo of her going viral on Reddit in December. I think she should be given this award in a year where most of the fandom's larger contributions have been a lot smaller and quieter for being so positive, and helping to improve the fandom's image through art and understanding. Not to mention she's a fantastic musician! She worked her butt off to get her album out so she could tour all the furcons and live her dream, but then the pandemic started just a week after she released the album. She had a stroke and a car accident in 2019, so she was really counting on 2020 to be her year, and even though it didn't come out the way we all hoped it would, she still came out of it with plenty to show for it. She's on the come-up, I swear! The fandom needs more POC content creators as well, and she's been one of the most prominent as of late. Currently she's been on the online convention circuit, playing concerts for all the cons with her webcam and piano, she's not quite in the VR stuff just yet with her 10-year-old laptop, but she's doing her best! So there, those are my reasons why Cassidy Civet should receive the good furry award for 2020. And take it from me, I'm her brother! She's been working hard. And I'm not the most active in furry stuff, but she makes me want to be. She doesn't know I'm doing this either. Saw it on Twitter and knew I had to submit her.
Cassidy Civet (2nd nomination): Cassidy The Civet is one of the fastest rising stars in the Furry community. Her debut album "Double Take" (one of my favourite albums of 2020) was released just a month before the coronavirus pandemic. Despite these hurdles, she's done her part to keep the fandom alive during these times, including performing at various online conventions. She's also done her part to expand the fandom, using her YouTube channel to explain the fandom to outsiders, as well as being "memed" 3 separate times in 2020 (involving Eurovision, TFF and Reddit, respectively).
Cassidy Civet (3rd nomination): Personally, Cassidy has been an amazing friend and a huge inspiration to me. She's unbelievably sweet, kind, caring, funny, and pretty dang attractive in my humble opinion. Their songs are always beautiful, be it a moving, emotional piece or just some good Lofi beats. And when you get down to it, she's just a very down to earth fur despite her fame. Heck, if I wasn't in the Fandom and I met them? I'd think they were just some normal, non popular, cool gal. All In all, Cassidy is a good furry because she encapsulates the best parts of the Fandom. Kindness, compassion, talent, but most of all, she's humble, you wouldn't know she's THE Cassidy Civet from just hanging out, and that's what makes her special.
Courtney "Nuka" Plante(Nuka won an honorable mention last year): Dr. Courtney "Nuka" Plante is one of the key researchers of the IARP/Furscience research team. Their in-depth research of the fandom has allowed furries and normies alike to gain a deeper, more accurate understanding of the fandom, which has helped to dispel a number of lingering myths and misconceptions. The fandom's public reputation has noticeably improved over the past decade in no small part thanks to the Furscience team's efforts.
Culturally F'd (group): Culturally F'd is an educational channel that seeks to explore the history of the furry fandom from the past to present day through thesis, video essays, interviews and analysis of modern day video and how it plays a role in the presence of the furry fandom. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLM2s914zA_O2S6II_BCWw. While many would not see Furry as something to take seriously, Culturally F'd does a wonderful job of reminding us that as silly as furry may be it has a lot of roots and history in the evolution of our collective society and how furry media (both mainstream and independent) has played a mayor role in how we grow as furries, artists, writers and more. While they don't upload videos often when they do it's always of high quality with great effort put into their scripts and presentation. With the fandom growing every day, it is important to have a source of education that can help those understand why furry is the way it is now.
Deo Taz Devil: Deo helps keep Nazis out of the fandom, and helps others understand how and why to keep Nazis out of the fandom.
Dixie Lioness: On December 18, on what is meant to be a season of family and unity, the Farris Family, known for being part of Velocity Sloth Family who would warmly welcome con attendees, lost Don Harris due to COVID-19. Dixie Lioness (https://twitter.com/dixielioness), along with the help of Boozy Badger, teamed up with many others to create a Fundraiser Page for the Farris family to help pay for the funeral costs (https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-velocity-sloth-mom-and-family.) Within days, the team had gathered double the original amount, sending Velocity Sloth's mom and the Farris a message of hope in a very tragic time. Dixie, Boozy and many like them proved that the furry fandom may be about a common love of anthro characters and stories, but deep down there is an incredibly giving heart of gold. Prior, Dixie worked with several charities at cons events, tallying up the end results from all major charities alongside Thabo Meerkat in his channel and raised money on her own for other channels, all while being a proud lion mama. Dixie is proof that when furries unite towards either the betterment of one individual or one whole group it creates a bright beacon of hope and happiness.
Hila Hila Bear: Hila Hila goes out if his way to sum up all of the week's news through his YouTube series "Woke52" in which he reminds furries about the real world news that impacts us positively and negatively. Being a furry POC creator he also highlights stories that include other furs of color contributing their news and talents.
Hunter Fusky (note: Hunter won an honorable mention last year): This person has done so much for my city and community. Last year during the pandemic he volunteered at the local food bank to make sure the homeless and those in need had a meal on their plate. He tends to keep to himself and he keeps telling everyone he becomes friends with “the only thing that matters is making others happy”. I could go on and on and on listing all the things he has done for everyone he has met. He has made a reputation in our community and is loved by everyone. You will never see him without a smile on his face. He truly is a good person and will not stop until the world is a happier place.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 2): Hunter is one of the kindest sweetest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. I have known him my whole life and he has done nothing but give his heart out to the community. He stands for making anyone and everyone happy. Though we haven’t talked in a few years I’ve seen all he has done for the furry community and the city he lives in. He is one person you would want to be by your side when you are sad or need a friend. He has been doing art for others and pays out of his pocket to send it out. He never ask for anything out of greed and is always looking to find ways to cheer everyone up.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 3): Hunter tries hard to make sure everyone he meets has a smile on their face; even in these hard times. He is a loyal friend and person. He is kind and caring and would do anything to help fellow friends and furries. As examples he gives car rides to friends without hesitation, and without want of re-payment. He simply does so just to be thoughtful. He strives for and mostly achieves his lifelong goal of making everyone around him laugh, smile and cheerful. Many times in the past I myself have felt sad and down. But I know if there is one person to cheer me up it would be Hunter Fusky; and I'd never hesitate to call on him with anything I needed help with, even if it was just for a good smile and laugh with a kind and caring person.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 4): Honestly if you haven’t read Hunter’s nominations last year or know anything about him, he is the sweetest, kindest soul you’ll ever meet. He’s raised money for walk to cure ALS, built houses for charity, and has even volunteered to put out raging wildfires in Pocatello Idaho. Last year in 2020, he helped raise money to help find a cure for the coronavirus. He’s currently working on trying to make the fandom a better place by making art for those who can’t afford it. He paints their fursonas on rocks and pays out of his pocket to ship them out. Hunter is one of the purest souls you’ll ever meet. He does all he can to cheer up anyone and everyone who is having a bad day. He created a new breed of furry to help make others smile. It’s a cross between an axolotl and a llama. He calls it a axollama. Its main goal is to cheer everyone up who is sad or in need of a friend.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 5): If you haven’t heard of or met Hunter, I suggest that you take a moment to read about him or get to know him. I’ve been friends with him for a few years now, and I’m surprised of how dedicated he is to make others happy and how dedicated he is to help out the community. He’s done everything from working at a homeless shelter to working at a retirement center and helping those in need. Hunter is the most absolute kindest soul I’ve ever met. He even has plans for if he ever passed away that he’d get a tombstone that would bring joy to everyone that sees it. His life quote is, “The happiest moment of my life is making others smile.” Hunter helped me through good and bad times and is always there to help me whenever I need him there.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 6): I've always led an existence of having to be aggressive to even get the most basic respect from anyone, and as a result when I first met Fusky, I could tell he had a way bigger heart than I ever did as he never got aggressive and kept a smile on his face and brought a smile to mine every time we talked. He's a positive presence and an amazing listener, makes me laugh all the time, and he's such a great friend in general I can't even begin to describe how incredible he is. I despise the way positive people like him get taken advantage of, a good heart like his should be preserved for eternity. (That's why I recorded his brainwaves to code into a robot Fusky on the off chance we lose his amazing soul too soon). ALSO HE GIVES GREAT SNUGGLES.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 7): Hunter is a caring and loving partner and without him I'd be lost. He's amazing; his personality has the power to raise the sun in the night and raise the moon when the times right. He's amazing and I wouldn't change anything about this amazing cutie.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 8): Hunter is one of the generous and heart felt furries I know. I met Hunter on vr chat recently and he’s gone through hell and back just to make people happy. He’s been beaten and tattered mentally and still finds a way to make everyone smile and keep a smile on his face. I’ve never met anyone with a heart as pure as his. He tells everyone around him that the most important thing in the universe is their happiness. But truthfully he deserves to be happy more then anyone else.
Hunter Fusky (nomination 9): Hunter is one of the most kind-hearted people I know. He has no YouTube or any popular channels and dosen't like to be recognized in the fandom. He’d rather you be happy than receive praise from anyone. He’s helped people and is always there to help when needed. Hunter is the bestest and definitely deserves to win this year.
James Blackfox: James has been there for me and all the furs in our area. He works his fingers to the bone to make the community a better place for everyone. He’ll take a bullet for his friends and the furry community. James honestly deserves this for all he’s done to help others.
Joseph "Tax Badger" Watts-Holmes: They offer free tax consultation and offer preparation for a largely furry base. This is big, as furries are big players in the rising arena of online self-employment and the gig economy (artist commissions, fursuits, etc.) and are making careers earlier than have been done in the past, so having dedicated tax assistance from somebody in the fandom is an invaluable service.
Kathleen Gerbasi: Dr. Kathleen Gerbasi is one of the principle researchers and founders of the Furscience/IARP research team. The team's scientific exploration of the fandom has served to dispel myths about the fandom and help furries and non-furries alike to understand the fandom at a deeper level. The fandom's public reputation has noticeably improved over the past decade in no small part thanks to the Furscience team's efforts.
Kitwana Lion: Kitwana Lion is a bright beacon of positivity and the possibility of overcoming your personal struggles to achieve happiness for others. He was the Guest of Honor at Anthro Northwest 2019 alongside Kijani Lion through the theme of "Growth Beyond Self" where he represented the belief that anyone can make a difference in the world. Kitwana does a lot of public fursuiting with the purpose of making children smile and through COVID teach people about the importance of health and safety. He also has a channel where he reviews toys in a manner that is appealing for toy collectors as well as children. Kitwana Lion is a passionate man whose love of furry extends beyond just donning a lion suit and running around being silly but reminding us that furry can also be a catalyst of happiness for many people, including children.
LockworkOrange: She is very kind, retires several of her bases as free and lets people make money from them. I used several of her free bases when I was broke to make adopts and earned enough money to get by. I told her this on Twitter and she was super thrilled to hear that people are making money off her bases. She has an ill mother that she cares for 24/7 and I'm sure the $500 would help her out a lot.
Lwolfeh: He is a very smart, kind and generous individual who in their spare time lets others use his VR system to raise money for different charities. He has also helped me and others in the past from losing ourselves and falling into a dark place.
Matt VanNest (note: Matt was also nominated last year): I want to nominate my friend Matt because of all the work he does for the service dog community while also helping dogs who come by his vet clinic. Matt has helped so many others who needed service dogs, myself included, with training, resources, finding potential service dogs to start the training, finding vets, good healthy foods, etc. He also has put in a LOT of work at vet clinics, helping to save hundreds of dogs, cats, and other animals lives. He doesn’t let the world get him down and is always sharing photos and videos of his own service dog, Oakland, that makes everyone’s day every time.
Monkey-Scientist: Fantastic writer and good person. Always nice to people online and respectful. A person who always goes above and beyond being nice to others. Will always lend an ear to others who need it. He creates hundreds of stories online with a transformation or body-swap theme, and uses them to introduce unique or fun scenarios.
MrAmp: I wish to nominate MrAMP for the Good Furry Award. He has ben a kind and generous soul that has helped out quite a bit on several Discord servers for the Kemono Cafe and other webcomic hosting sites along with showing new folks how to better use social media.
Neon Woof: Neon Woof has such an overwhelmingly positive energy in his Twitch streams and has a very wholesome and welcoming community to go with it. Since he's gay, I've learned a lot about the LGBTQ+ community. His art, energy, positivity, welcoming community and youth truly show and highlight the great things about the furry fandom. I full-heartedly believe that he is an example what a true furry is and should be like.
Noelle White (Wyld): (Note: this is Wyld's third year for being nominated) Wyld hosts the Arvada Tails furmeet in Arvada, CO. Wyld made the difficult-but-ethical choice to put meets on hold due to covid, and has continued to release cheerful, inspirational suiting videos to keep people's spirits up. Pre-pandemic, Wyld has been a conscientious and caring meet organizer whose leadership has helped to make the Colorado fur community stronger and healthier.
Paco Panda: Paco Panda works very hard in not just creating beautiful art but inspiring art that reflects the simplicity and beauty of life through both his original characters and someone else's characters, with his original comic Art and Biro being about how the power of friendship can help people come out of their shell. Paco is always working his hardest to make people happy, successfully being part of Latin America's largest furry convention, Confuror, and being the host of the furry podcast Viernes Furry where they go beyond the furry fandom and discuss everything from pop culture to deeper topics like life and death, youth, memories and more. He's more than just a guy with a cute fursuit that does cute art, he is a guy that represents everything great about life through beautiful art.
Paco Panda (2nd nomination): Paco is not only a good artist, he is a good PERSON!! He is generous with his artwork, a pleasure to be around, cares DEEPLY about his friends. He inspires, encourages, loves, and always willing to lend an ear to those with troubles. It has been my pleasure to know him personally for four years, and hope to remain his friend for the rest of my life.
Paco Panda (3rd nomination): His art work shows a much better part of the fandom for being wholesome and clean also from the many artist I have met with a larger following he was nice and caring to the people who follow him.
Pepper Coyote: He's an inspiration to many though his music. Over the years he has produced fantastic and beautiful music detailing the many joys and sorrows of life, both in and out of the fandom. He is one of the most kind, friendly, funny, and joy-filled people I have ever met, and no matter what, you never see him without a smile on his face. Not to mention he and his band (Foxes and Peppers) have done multiple charity events, showing how kind the people in our fandom can be. For me personally, he is one of the best people in my life. They have brought an immeasurable amount of happiness and inspiration into my life, both though this amazing music and his great personality. He is the perfect example of why this fandom is one of the greatest group of people in the world, and I hope to share the love and joy he has gave me for the rest of my life.
Pocari Roo: I believe that Pocari Roo has earned my nomination for the Good Furry Award this year because she is an unwavering force of positivity in the fandom. Whether it be through her Twitch streams, YouTube streams, YouTube discussion videos, or even attending cons (pre-Covid, that is), she has inspired many people around the world, myself included, to try out the fandom for themselves. Pocari's content is always SFW, and she is considerate toward her audience. She really seems to care about all of us very much, and despite the fact that she has a busy life, she still manages to make content that everyone can enjoy.
Rhyner: Rhyner absolutely deserves to be up for the Good Furry Award. His work with the What’s The Fuzz Podcast highlighting the issues that face Furries of Color this previous year is absolutely admirable. He already has over twenty episodes (all of which are amazing) and on top of this, he writes posts on his blog that focus on helping give solid advice to furries in a variety of situations. When you hear the words “be the change you wish to see in the world” I can’t think of a person who does that more than Rhyner. He is absolutely deserving of this award.
RustyDustyFox:Rusty has contributed in such a positive way to the community. Not only is she a very kind-hearted person in general, but she also runs the Best Bois group on VRChat/Discord, one of the longest-running VRChat groups in existence. She is an artist as well and plays a large part in making and retexturing the Best Boi models. The Best Bois are quite a large group with 1,981 members to date and provide comfort, friendship, and belonging to all the furs in the group, including myself. To learn more about this group, please visit their website at https://bestbois.com/index.html . They are also featured in one of Pocari Roo's videos here: https://youtu.be/Rz1yFfy9h8w .
Scarlette Mejia: I met Scarlette through a furry group. She's a fursuit maker and lives with several chronic conditions that affect her daily life. Despite that, she has dedicated to create wonderful works for everyone to enjoy. She does charity suits once a year and helps those who have been previously scammed out of fursuit sales, sometimes even doing free raffles for those who would love to have a suit, or fursuit parts but can't afford it, to give them a little joy in their life. Even though she goes through a lot and can struggle frequently, she's always up to help those near her, and not let her conditions take her down.
SeiRruf Wilde: The owner of the AnthroDex social media platform. Tries his best to manage the site, along with others, and ensure a drama and toxicity-free zone, especially with the existence of furry Twitter.
Shelley McCaw: Shelley is a tireless organiser of fan meets, camps, parties and get togethers. She looks after a great many young furry fans,and looks after the wellfare of so many in the local community. An eager voluteer at conventions, spending her own funds to help out with panels and activities. An inspiring lady!
Sriracha Charizard: Sriracha is kind to everyone and makes them feel at home. I needed to talk and he gave me the time of day. He also is good at standing his ground, and is a good role model.
Thabo Meerkat:Thabo works hard in delivering positive news within the furry fandom, highlighting charities, members of the fandom making a difference not just in the fandom but in the world and reminds us that for all the drama the fandom can create and the ills of the world being front-lined every day, there are great people in the world accomplishing wonderful things that make a difference and now more than ever, we need a reminder that sometimes in darkest the light shines brightest, Thabo being one of them.
Trip E Collie:Trip E Collie was a good friend of Tony “Dogbomb” Barrett (winner of the 2019 award), and helped carry on Dogbomb legacy by organizing Team Tony for The ALS Association’s “Walk To End ALS” each November. With Trip’s help, the team have raised thousands of dollars for ALS research and to find a cure. Trip is a great guy and he even ran The 2020 LA Marathon in his memory. Trip goes the extra mile to keep the memory of a Dogbomb Alive.
VinceWuff: Vince is always willing to help people regardless of if he knows them or not. He has done a lot of charity streams and keeps doing them. He's a Twitch streamer and a Junior High teacher, but also an incredible person and a very dear friend of mine. He's very sociable and enjoys chatting with people, even just to say "Hey. I believe in you!". He brightens people's day in every way he can!
Vinci: I think Vinci is a good furry because hes always in a good mood and actively shows kindness to those around him and he's always trying to be the cutest bean he can possibly be at all times on his twitch streams he also has definitely helped me through some hard times he's just a good and nice furry all around hehe.
Waggery Costumes (group): Waggery Costumes is a fursuit builder founded and run by Wild Acai, who employs several non-furry employees to assist him in the construction process. Acai is one of the kindest, most accepting individuals I've ever come across, both in the Fandom and outside of it. While I believe Acai deserves the award himself, I can't help but consider that all of Waggery deserves it for the amount of love and care they put into each suit. How these non-furry employees are able to overlook the "weirdness" furries are often labeled with and take so much pride in their work, even to the point of hugging each head after it's finished. They seemingly develop a connection with everything they build. Acai learned what it was like to really experience the gift of getting a fursuit made with this much love, and he translates that into each piece of work he puts out, not to mention the amount of new processes and technologies he employs throughout. I learned all of this when I commissioned him. After he and some customers found out about my underlying health, they insisted I get moved up in the queue to get my suit sooner. Throughout the process I learned a lot about him, and how much this community means to him, how much it changed him. And the whole experience, including meeting him in person, receiving the suit, meeting the team and everything else, was a truly life changing experience for me. It's so much more than just a Fursuit to them. A video on the creation and everything can be found at: youtube.com/watch?v=r_uJAE6z3xA&t=1794s.
Xavier Fox:Xavier has been giving back to the community in a big way, by donating to charity and giving away fursuits, including to some other people who have made an impact on the community.
Xusho Wolf (2nd nomination): Xusho Wolf (https://twitter.com/XushoWolf) is a great example of how one can thrive through life despite experiencing a lifelong disability. Despite being a deaf furry whose videos have no audio and streams feature little to no audio even when playing video games, Xusho's energy and positivity create an aura of energy that brings out the best in people. And it's all because he is 100% himself, whether he is a space-loving wolf or a silly Cabbit. He recently reached over 50K subscribers on YouTube, and he feels humbled by it because once more he doesn't do a lot of audio or commentary besides his own personality. He reminds all of us that we all have the power to be someone that can create a positive impact on someone's life if we follow our hearts and let our natural light shine through. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2daoPVVfQPi3pjtmZDhWZQ