Furries cuddle up and show their Atlanta Pride

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Step aside drag queens and dancing queens, hot gay dads, LGBT cops, strippers and protesters. Furries want to show their Pride, too. And celebrate they did during Sunday's parade and around the festival in Piedmont Park.

From mascots to cartoon characters, brand reps and more, the fur-covered, loveable and cuddly creatures made their gay play for Pride weekend.

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