Does your fursona have a phone? Google has free, personal furry numbers for you.
by Patch O'Furr
Want to set up a fur meet, or check out a new friend you found there? But are you worried about stranger danger, or crank calls full of murrs and panting?
Give them a furry number. If you have a google account (and your paws can dial phones), you can get a new number within minutes that rings through to your regular phone. It’s useful for all kinds of reasons, including protecting your fursona with a memorable personal code.
Google buys blocks of available numbers to use. Once one is picked, it’s no longer available. If you see a good one, grab it! Sorry, the best one ever is mine, and it’s secret! But while I was looking, I found a few other tasty ones to share for you:
There’s a lot of numbers with FURRY in them. You can find ones with PAWS and more. Try species like TIGER or WOLF or DRAGON. I checked 61-WOOF numbers up to 61-WOOF-5719. (There’s a lot more.)
Search tip: In the middle of Google Voice signup, you can put in words or numbers to see a list of what’s available. Search parts of the results you like at phonespell.org. It can help you find extra words to match and get 246-HOT-YIFF or whatever. Then you too can find the coolest number to call your fursona, and purr or bark with your friends.