Welcome to the page of Nickel-Cat Engine, or 'Nickel' for short.
FACT: In 1990, a subscription for 8 issues of the furry fanzine YARF cost $32 USD, or $68.37 accounting for inflation.
FACT: Each issue contained 10-12 full page black-and-white ink-only illustrations of furry characters, at a time when the quality and style of anthropomorphic art varied wildly.
FACT: If you didn't like what you saw, there was no recourse, save buying other furry fanzines.
FACT: By 2015, furry art website FurAffinity hosted in excess of 16 million furry art submissions, which users may view for free.
FACT: Nickel-Cat Engine uploads some of that furry art. This is where you can find it. Your vision is now augmented.