Feral Candy Fursuits
Quality fursuit design and creation. We bring your beloved babies to life!
Commissions Currently Closed!
Feral Candy Fursuits is a US-based team of two fursuit makers that started making suits together in their free time in 2017. After a few years of making suits together for fun, we decided to come together as a business and established Feral Candy Fursuits in 2020.
Kiba Sanders is the 'brain' of Feral Candy. He is the head specialist in the creation of Feral Candy's fursuits, creates all of our headbases and patterns, and does the detail work on all of Feral Candy's creations. He does most of the art for Feral Candy.
Beck Liberatore, also known online as Sprink or What the Beck?!, is the 'hands' of Feral Candy. They assist with the assembly of all of Feral Candy's creations, and are the main social media manager and organizer of the company. They also do their own crochet artwork outside of Feral Candy.
Fulgur - October 2021
Full Partial with Wings
Moonstone - September 2021
Koi - August 2021
Pictures of Koi Coming Soon
Shizuka - June 2021
Plantigrade Fullsuit minus Head
Model is smaller than client
Ookami - May 2021
Digitigrade Bodysuit, Floor-dragger Tail, and Feetpaws
Model is smaller than client
Kiba - 2019
Sprink - 2019
Digitigrade Fullsuit minus Head
Miscellaneous Fursuit Projects and Fursuit Parts
Props and Accessories
More Images Coming Soon!
We love to be able to attend and vend at different conventions throughout the year! On this page you'll find our convention schedule for the year, as well as past conventions we have attended, sold at, or delivered a suit at!
Thank you for an amazing MFF 2021!
2021 Convention List
Midwest FurFest 2021
Tentative Upcoming Conventions
Interested in seeing us at your local convention? Let us know where it is and we'll see if we can add it to our roster!
Furry Weekend Atlanta 2022
Harvest Moon Howl Fest 2022
Here is a list of conventions we have been to or stopped by for a delivery in the past! Maybe you've seen us around!
Join the Feral Candy Family!
Here at Feral Candy, we work on a variety of projects including fursuit heads, partials, fullsuits, parts, and plushies! We absolutely love to bring characters to life, either as a cute wearable fursuit or an adorable snuggle-able plushie. We are always excited to work with characters of all kinds of species, with people of all kinds of body types and needs, and ideas of all kinds to make something truly special for each and every person we work with.
Feral Candy Fursuits is not taking on any custom commission work at this time. We are currently making premade fursuits for sale online and at different conventions that we attend! Check out our social media if you want to see what we have available! We may take commission work again in the future, and if we do dates will be announced on our social media.
These are the starting rates for our suits as of winter 2021! Only extremely simple characters or designs, or artistic liberty designs, will cost exactly the base price; most others will be a bit above the base rate. We do not take commissions at this time so we do not offer quotes, but if you want to purchase a premade from us or save up for some time in the future when we may take commissions again this is a good place to start!
Heads starting at $1000
Partials starting at $1500
Fullsuits starting at $2800
Please be aware if you work with us or purchase anything from us, you are agreeing to our Terms of Service.
Thank you so much for your interest in our work!
How to Wash Your Fursuit
To increase the longevity of your fursuit, it is recommended that you hand wash all parts of your fursuit. Soak the fursuit in cold water to get it completely wet, then lightly wash with a gentle soap by hand. Be sure to rinse the soap out of your fursuit thoroughly.
To dry your fursuit, lay it out near a strong fan and let it air-dry. Do NOT use any heated air (such as a clothes dryer, hair dryer, or heater) to dry your fursuit, as heat damages the fur fibers of faux fur. Stuffed parts of your fursuit such as handpaws, feetpaws, tails, or digitigrade padding will take longer to dry. Ensure that you completely wash and dry your fursuit before storing it to prevent the growth of any bacteria or mold on still-wet pieces.
If you need a quicker way to wash your fursuit, all of our fursuit parts except our heads are fully machine washable! We always recommend hand washing if you can just as it can help some with the longevity of your fursuit, but your handpaws, feetpaws, bodysuit, and most tails can be washed in a front-loading washing machine on a normal setting with cold water. It is not recommended to wash your fursuit head in a washing machine at all! Fursuit heads are hand-wash only.
For bodysuits, be mindful about hanging a completely wet bodysuit up to dry. Fur gets very heavy when wet, and hanging a soaking bodysuit can cause the faux fur backing to stretch in the long run, which will cause your bodysuit to wear quicker and not fit as well. Lay your bodysuit out to dry near a strong fan first, then it can be hung up again when it is dry or mostly dry.
To keep your fursuit looking as cute and fluffy as possible, it's recommended to brush your suit very frequently throughout the drying process. This can also help to get excess moisture out of the fur, which helps speed up the drying of your fursuit!
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to email us! We are also available via DM on all our social media sites. We will get back to you as soon as possible! Our inbox is always open for any questions, concerns, or comments you may have!