Soatok Dreamseeker

Furry, Dhole (Cuon Alpinus), Pundit, Programmer

Fursona Sticker Switcher

If you…

  • Don't have a fursuit
  • Don't have a FaceRig model
  • DO have your own Telegram stickers (or character stills)

…and want to stream on Twitch or YouTube as your fursona, you'll definitely want to check out the Fursona Sticker Switcher.

Get the Latest Fursona Sticker Switcher Release here

What is Fursona Sticker Switcher?

Fursona Sticker Switcher is a cross-platform Desktop app, written in Electron, that aims to give furries another possible way to stream as their fursonas.

Fursona Sticker Switcher screenshot

What Does the Fursona Sticker Switcher Do?

If allows you to define one Image Source in OBS Studio or StreamLabs OBS, and swap out the image by clicking on the desired replacement image (or tapping on it, if you have a touchscreen device.)

Can I see it in Action?

Sure thing!

You can also watch this video on Twitch.

What features does it have?

  • As of version 0.3.0, the Fursona Sticker Switcher supports importing your sticker packs from Telegram. This depends on the server located at, which is running an instance of tstickers-api.
  • You can drag and drop files from your operating system's file browser into the app, and it will add them as images.
  • You can drag and drop stickers to rearrange them.

There are many more planned in future releases.

How much does it cost?

$0. Totally free.

Furthermore, the software is open source and available under the very permissive ISC license, so you're also free to download and revise the software to suit your own purposes.

If you'd like to contribute financially to this and other projects, please remember that it's not compulsory.

That said, Soatok has both PayPal and Patreon.

Alternatively, if you're interested in the development of this and other software, you can always tune into Soatok's Twitch channel, where he usually streams his development of furry software projects.

Why have "Fursona" in the name?

Because furries improve everything!

It's totally possible that this software will be useful outside of the furry fandom.

Should that happen, I want it to be unapologetically furry so anyone who says to their audience, "Oh, I use $software_name" has to admit to using something developed by and for furries.