42 here. No immortality, no magical life span, and not an ancillary character. Do I win a prize or just the fact that I'm in the 99th percentile for age (and age induced depression)?
You don't see many senior furries for more or less the same reason you don't see seniors with pink mohawks listening to Flogging Molly.
Eh, it probably is just the general demographic of those who take interest in it. Which is most likely comprised of mostly, teens to people in their early to mid-twenties, though I have seen older folks have older fursonas as well.
sad to hear that but by your discription you have an interesting character have you uploaded any stories?
they do, i wonder if at a certain age your body says to itself "your living far too long, im gonna make you smell of piss so no one will talk to you"
I think that being aware that we are mortal is essential in order to feel love and empathy. The body is fairly resilient but frail all the same, and realizing the simple fact that you may not always have a special someone in your life will make you treasure them more than you thought possible....they're depressing reminders of our own mortality...
No, no... we wolves run in packs.