Before things went to hell in a handbasket, correspondent Amy Hoggart interviewed a group of people (remember those?) who pride themselves on maintaining a hopeful and welcoming community, no matter the circumstances.Furries get a bad rap for being weirdos, but this segment shows that they embody mutual respect and inclusiveness in the way they run their community, demonstrating that one can find virtue in the strangest places. As I promised, "ha, ha, only serious."
*As far as I can tell, this is only the second time I've mentioned furries on this blog. The first was when I wondered if K-Dog was a furry for linking to a drawing of a sexy anthropomorphic animal (a lab rat?) in a response to me. That was five years ago.