After the local bowling meet last night, I arrived back on my campus around five in the morning and I sure as heck wasn't going to drag my fursuits back in the building- I had just barely managed to stay awake on the ride home.
So I left them in my car overnight. I have two suits sitting in a plastic bucket in the back of my fursuit van
, with the heads sitting on the back seating looking out the windows.
I've heard horror stories of glue melting and things falling apart- it's currently a chilly 55 F and sunny. I have the windows all rolled up, but I don't think it's going to get warm enough to melt anything. Especially considering my dorm room is regularly 80+ degrees!
I actually plan to start leaving my suits out in the car on a regular basis, simply because there's no room in my dorm room. For now, temperature isn't a factor, but are there any other issues I should consider when leaving my stuff in an unattended vehicle for long periods of time? I would think vandalism would be a factor, but I don't see why it would be any different with fursuits in the car; the windows are tinted and it's still on a college campus.
As much as I dislike my last suit, I'd hate to see something happen to it due to a silly oversight. Any suggestions?