Autumn the Squirrel
I think it would be more important to find common interests other than being a furry. Having only one thing in common isn't going to work out well in the long run. When people answered my ads on furry sites, we never had much and common and really, we never even made it as far as being friends because our interests were just too different there was nothing that could really click between us.
Sure, but, as stated in my initial post, the furry community presents itself as being as inclusive as possible which leads to a lot of its members having facts about them that make them undesirable to most. Mental disabilities, for example, is something that two members of the furry community are more likely to have in common than if one of them were to just jump on Plenty of Fish, and two people with mental disabilities are more likely to have a successful relationship as they can have the patience to deal with something like autism due to personal experience. If you're considered undesirable to your average Joe or Jane on the street then there's something about you that is more likely to be accepted by furries.