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Furocity returns from three-week hiatus

Edited as of Sat 29 Sep 2012 - 21:22
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Furry community website Furocity is back after an extended hiatus.

The site was offline for most of the month, with no uploads during 5–24 September.

No explanation was given for its suspension, leading to posts on Inkbunny and SoFurry. The resumption came a few days after an attempt to contact site admin Gavin Daemonshyai.


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Quality website administration right here! Dragoneer couldn't have picked a better candidate for co-owner of FA!

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He isn't anymore after his account was hacked into I believe.

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Still shows up as "administrator" on his account page and I heard that he was removed from the staff page by request because people were "bothering" him.

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