Frequently Asked Questions

What is FurryMap?

FurryMap is a free service that allows you to add your location on a map.

Can I register?

Yes, you can manage your social networks and change your location as many times as you want.

How can I add myself to the map?

Registering and filling in the form that you will find in your profile.

Remember to fill in both the location and at least one social network since, as it will indicate in the email, it is necessary for manual verification.

I have lost or do not remember the password

It is possible that you have not yet registered, register and then you can link your registration with your map account.

If not, go to Forgot password? to reset your password.

I don't want to give my position on the map, is that possible?

Yes, it is only mandatory to select the country, the other data of your position can be selected only if you want to give that information.

How can I change my location or any other information?

In your profile are all the data.

Can I be removed from the list?

Yes, the button to exit the map appears in your profile, this does not delete your account, you will continue to have your account the same except that you will not appear on the map.

How can I delete my account?

Send an E-mail to FurryMap, a moderator will indicate the steps to follow.

I want to help. What can I do to improve the website?

If you have ideas or suggestions, or you see a bug you can report it to FurryMap.

You can help with the translations, correcting the current ones that are made with Google Translator, or adding another language that is not there.

Correct the position and name of the populations and add missing ls.

Correct the maps, the blue selection that indicates the countries and so on.

What is a "Furry"?

"The furry genre is based on the idea of fantasy animal characters, rather than any one type of fiction. Any title in any form of media can be considered relative to the furry genre simply by having a fantasy animal character in it. Such characters are most often seen in cartoons, comics, science fiction, allegorical novels, Gothic horror movies, commercials and video games." Wikifur