The Furry Code Decoder

This is what your Furry Code spells (bookmarkable link):

My furry side

Furry species [FXGmp4rs]

Mythical creatures (other than centaurs and dragons): Gryphon, With magical powers, Polymorph (the given species is my normal form, but I can change shape), Equally comfortable on two or four legs. This furry is my role-playing game character, my guardian spirit or totem.


Nothing known.


Nothing known.

Dressing up

Nothing known.


Nothing known.

Mucking and mudding [M++]

I've got characters on several MU*s, and frequently get frustrated when commands don't work in RL.

Plush critters

Nothing known.

Realism vs tooniness [R]

No particular preference.

Transformation [T+++]

Definitely! (as long as I get to choose the species).

Writing [W]

I've written a story that somebody else has read.

Zines [Z-]

Not really interested.

Furry sex

Nothing known.

My human side

What I do in Real Life [RLRLCT*]

Unknown value RLCT*.

Age [a]

20-29 years.

Computers [cl+++]

Hey, if there was anything else to life, there'd be a newsgroup about it; I use Linux.

Doom, Quake, etc. [d++]

I've got pretty good at it; I can get through most levels easily; I've downloaded and played other WADs.

Education [e+]

Some tertiary education.

Real life furriness factor

Nothing known.

Housing [h++]

Living with one or more fellow furries.

Internet [i++]

I spend most of my spare time surfing the Web, and read any newsgroup that catches my interest.

Anime (Japanese animation) [j]

Seen it, might think about seeing it again some time.

Pets [p]

One pet of a fairly conventional type (cat, dog, etc).

Human sex [sm+]

Male, I've had real, live sex.

The Code of the Furries is a simple and compact way how to tell the others about your furry personality. It's similar in spirit to the Geek Code. The Furry Code consists of a series of letters, numbers and symbols, each describing you in some category. Sometimes, it's a little cryptic to the uninitiated, and here comes our little tool to help you.

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This decoder has been written by Anicka (Furry Code) and Martin (Furry Code) on the Christmas of 2006. If you have any bug reports or ideas on what could be improved, please tell us. You can also download the source code. There is also a Geek Code Decoder here.