Is 30 Too Old to Be Furry?
Hello Papa Bear,
My name is Kreed and I'm a 29 year old husky living in southern Louisiana. I've been in the fandom since pre-teens and have pretty much grown up with it and love it more than anything.
Now my problem is, I'm going to be turning 30 in October. I'm no longer going to be known as a young fur but a grey-muzzle now, ironically my beard is infact greying. My only problem is that the vast majority of the fandom are younger furs, and want nothing to do with an "oldie" like me, trust me I've tried befriending some.
So my question is if there's still a place for a greymuzzle like me in this fandom full of younger furs? Or should I hang up my sona and say thanks for the good run?
Borks and wags,
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OMG yes! There is a place for you in the fandom and always will be! Are you on Facebook? If so, please join the Greymuzzle group there that I administer. We are 1,686 members and growing, with furries aged 30 to 74 (and no age limit on the higher end, of course).
In this bear's opinion, greymuzzles are hardcore furries. Yes, the majority of furries are in their teens and twenties, but many of those furries drop out of the fandom when they "get too old for childish stuff" and mutate into mundanes (how sad). Hardcore furries are furries for life with no limit because they are furries in their hearts and the only way one can change that is through invasive surgery ;-3
Do not hang up your fursona. Don't make me come over there and spank you, bad boy. Stay furry!
8/18/2020 12:24:36 pm
I think you're too old if you're over 40 and I'm 32 I feel like I'm too old for this anyways but I post comics for young teens and kids young adults too.
8/19/2020 12:09:53 pm
You are never too old to be a furry.
1/8/2022 08:13:06 am
Considering that there are even 40 and 50 years old or over greymuzzles around the community, and people that wands around the community From the 90's you are still young.
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