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UK Were and Fur Meets

Southend Were and Fur Meet, 27-30 August 1999

Somewhere round about 9 Weres and Furs attended this meeting, organised by myself and held in my hometown of Southend-on-Sea, in the South of the UK.  The main aim of this meet was to provide an opportunity for my parents to find out and get to know the group of people that have become my friends over the previous year or so, and for this reason, the attendance numbers had to be restricted somewhat.  Needless to say the meet was a great success, from both the points of view of everyone having a good time and also from the effect it had on my parents.

The little thumbnails below all point to the full-sized pictures.  Sadly, no report of this meet has yet been written, so if you were there, you are more than welcome to submit something to me.

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Solulo and Polenth try on their usual "hide from the camera" trick as they refuse to show their faces from behind Starfury (on the left) and Sci respectively.

The group relaxing.  Stormrider tries, and fails, to look innocent together with his Virgin (fortunately, only the cola...), Ruin sews her fursuit behind Starfury and his fox, while Lomax, Chik'ki and Sci take advantage of Solulo lying on the floor...

...by bombarding her with all manner of plushies, tails and anything else vaguely furry that was lying about.

And who was it who maintained that foxes didn't have one-tracked minds??  The one in the corner obviously has nothing but Yiff-on-the-brain as he pokes his muzzle in on Sci and Polenth having a perfectly innocent lye-down together...
Ruin shows off and models the wolf fursuit she was working on at the time, which is now nearing completion.  At the time, only one paw had been made, and the head and tail were lacking.  Still, a pretty impressive piece of work.


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