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Episodes – Fur What It's Worth

By Roo & Tugs

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Fur What It’s Worth is not your typical podcast. We serve to introduce and immerse both new furries, furs who have been around a while, and those who just might be curious into different facets of the furry fandom. Each show is a deep dive into a new topic, through the lens of the fandom, all with a twisted sense of humor. Give us a listen – we think you just might like it.

Customer Reviews

In-fur-ational Paw'dcast

As a newbie furry, I had a lot of questions. I found this podcast, and found everything I was hoping for. The group who does this are amazing, witty, and talented, with strong and kind hearts. I look forward to future podcasts, and now I can smile when I look at myself in the mirror and say, "I'm a furry".

Wonerful podcast!

I was searching for a new podcast on google one day and I stumbled across this wonderful creation. I was on edge about listening to it at furst but I was bored one night after a football game I had marched in and decided to give it a listen. Boy was I surprised! After the first one I just couldn't keep myself from listening to the others till 4:00 in the morning. The whole point is that this is a spectacular podcast and is really worth listening to, five out of five!

Good Though Too Quiet

I like your podcast, but there is one caveat. You're too quiet at times. Normally I need to turn my iMac volume up to 50% to hear you, and sometimes to 75% with iTunes maxed out. So I'm not sure if you guys are recording with mics that don't go any higher, have low settings, or just aren't talking into the mics loudly enough.

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  • Category: Philosophy
  • Language: English

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