Does anyone have any inspiration for a newbie writer and furry?
Inspiration is a crutch and a bad excuse more than it is something necessary to produce work. Decide what you want to write, then sit down and write it, a little bit each day. You'll end up producing higher quality content AND more of it, than if you'd just sat around waiting for inspiration to strike.
I used to commute by local train like 45 minutes each way daily. I spent most of these commutes (sometimes I might not find a seat so I couldn't pull up my laptop, sometimes I was just dead tired so I'd nap instead, sometimes my classmate who took the same train wouldn't take a hint and let me write in peace...) writing, and ended up being more prolific than I've been during any other non-NaNoWriMo period of my life. Most of it was taking existing characters and throwing them into situations, and very little of it was more than disembodied scenes, but that's all I had ambition to produce at the time, so I pulled off what I meant to. Some days were easier than others, but getting your brain used to writing daily will actually reduce the likelihood and severity of any writer's block striking you.