HDutcher at enfield.org
Tue Aug 28 15:08:44 PDT 2012
A follow up to my earlier post about Furries.
I have had a number of posts back to me wondering what could possibly be the problem. So here are our issues.
Their faces are covered, thus how do you identify the Furry if you need to?
Some other patrons are quite disturbed by them and what does that mean for a welcoming place? Yes, even for Furries.
Most importantly, some children are fascinated by them, last night one child took one of their "paws", just like they would at Disney World, without hesitation and was lead away by them, thankfully still in the library and our staff happened to observe it and kept an eye on them.
The safety personnel in our town are looking in to how to address it. I just wanted to see how others were dealing with it, because it does have to be dealt with. Despite how humorous it may seem on the surface.
E-TV Station Manager
Enfield Public Library
104 Middle Rd.
Enfield, CT 06082
hdutcher at enfield.org
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