Triple Homicide at Fullerton Home Leaves Furry Community Stunned

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Victims Christopher Yost and Jennifer Goodwill Yost, left, and Arthur William Boucher are shown in family photos released Sept. 25, 2016.

The killing of three people at an Orange County home last weekend has stunned the tight-knit furry community.

Both the suspects and the victims in the Fullerton slaying had ties to the subculture, which unites people through an affection for animals with human-like qualities.

Some in the furry “fandom,” as the community is often called, admire movies, comics and other art featuring human-like animals. Others don costumes for conventions, bowling and similar social events with other furries.

In a post on Dogpatch Press, an online news site for furries, one person writing under the moniker Patch O’Furr said the killings posed an unprecedented strain.

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