Welcome to Desert Furries
I am DJ Spring Rain your host of Desert furries. Our Radio stream is known as Club Otterpops which is the same name as our SecondLife Venue. Which is broadcast live from our headquarters in Roswell, New Mexico.
To serve the furry community of the Southwestern United States that is primarily focused on furries that live in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. We are here to plan and coordinate events, that include conventions, furmeets, pizza parties, community garage sales, fundraisers, game nights, pot lucks, transportation, stage our own art shows, and furry theater. And also provide support to our furry community.
Furmeets and Events
We are going to coordinate with the furs in El Paso and Las Cruces to get the info about all of our meets and try to get them on the calendar.
Club Otterpops on Second Life
Welcome to Club Otterpops relaxation spot, A club themed with underwater, with a in-club pool. Furs and humans are welcome! We have Dance poles, DJs, strippers, escorts, hot tubs, and more.
We are broadcasting at 128 kbps stereo at 44.1 khz with a capacity of 100 listeners. Encoded with the LameMp3 codec.
04/28/2014 - Fo.cx had been running continuously for 8 years and have begun to fail, so i have decided to move to host gator, which is very affordable. A few months ago I had aquired land in Sunweaver space, me and my group have worked really hard and it should be ready to open this Saturday hope to see you here. It is called Club Left Fur Dead, which sort of ironic with my desert theme for my group. Links shall come back online really soon.
09/25/2013 - The D-Link network switch i had been using suddenly died, so i had to replace it with a spare a TRENDnet 8 port switch. Apparently the new one may be better quality as it has a metal shell, the other was mostly plastic. Station was down due to that failure.
09/21/2013 - I have reactivated webring and added a few more ringtones, found on our music page. Iam gonna try to get more involved in the furry community in El Paso and Las Cruces and try to become an actual non-profit organization.
07/07/2013 - Our first Furry Invasion event was successful with 4 people attending. We had a pizza party the first night and attended the festivities and had a cookout with chicken legs and burgers. though they were here for Friday and Saturday, things went very smoothly. Regularly scheduled events will go on.