And apparently they're not wrong. BuzzFeed News has obtained an email that a marketing agency working with Disney sent to the furry Meetup group Furlife, encouraging furries to post photos of themselves in fursuits to Twitter and Instagram with the movie hashtag, even offering posters or movie swag to those who do. If you are interested start posting the photos today and email me at xxxxxx alliedim. The pictures of the members of your group all looking like animals are incredible and align perfectly with the film. You can take new photos of each other and share these new photos online using the hashtags Zootopia and ZooU. They just want to have a good time, and just like any other underrepresented group, when a movie that seems to appeal to them comes around, they're excited. It might seem like furries are just so twisted that they've adopted an innocent children's movie for their own sick gratification.
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Proof Disney Is Actually Marketing "Zootopia" To Furries
But as much as they might joke among themselves for being deviants, furries are Some of their Meetup groups are planning group outings to the movie on opening night, and the reality is whatever kids happen to be there will get a kick out of it, and it's not like they're going to be ruthlessly cranking off in the theatre. Furries have been speculating that Disney's latest animated movie, Zootopia , is tailor-made for them.