The story of how Fur Con is making a comeback, according to an article on The Huffington Post, was the creation of an animator who was in love with the fur-based art form, and a small group of artists who felt like they were missing out on something amazing.
As one writer put it, “If it was up to me, I’d be a furry myself.”
The story of Fur Con and how it is making an impact has been reported in multiple publications, and many of the articles focused on the success of the convention in 2015.
Some of those stories even have a direct connection to the convention itself.
In the first year of FurCon, FurCon.com ran a story titled “The Fur Con That Never Was.”
It was written by the website’s founder, and it detailed the success FurCon had in 2015 and how that success helped FurCon’s growth and its continued growth as an event.
The story was picked up by The Huffington and others in the news media.
The Huffington article mentioned the Fur Con event, but it did not say who started the story.
The author of the article, Matt Schott, has since said that the Huffington Post was behind the story and that he was not the first to post it.
The Huffington Post did not respond to our request for comment.
Schott did not immediately respond to a request for further comment.
In addition to the Huffington post, the story was shared by The Daily Beast, which said that Schott is the creator of the story, and he also wrote about the success.
The Daily Beast did not address why it picked up the story from FurCon and not from the site itself.
Schot told the Daily Beast that he wrote the article for a few reasons.
One of those reasons was to make a statement about the future of furry art.
He said he has always had a soft spot for the furry community, and for the first time in a while, he felt like he was seeing something that he wanted to share.
He did not want to just say that it was happening, and not really know why he was saying that.
He wanted to show it.
He said that he decided to write the story because of the success it had in the past year, and the way that it’s been growing in the last few years.
He has not only seen it grow but he’s also seen it get bigger.
He also said he wants to continue to bring his own experiences to the furry scene, and also share what he has learned.
Schotte said he did not know how to tell the story well enough to do it in a way that would not be seen by his readers, but that he did it anyway.
“I thought it would be funny if I did it as a story, but I really thought it’d be interesting if people could just see the furry art that I create as the story I tell,” he said.
The article has been shared more than 100,000 times on Facebook.
It has been reposted more than 20,000 time on Tumblr, which Schott said he uses to share his stories.
Schots blog was not immediately available to us.