Foxes of the Fruited Plain

Also read about Birds, Snails, Owls and Bees.

Golden Fox
Rarely see more than a twinkle. Every paw print is leafed with gold, which made them highly sought after for a time. Can be trapped with a sincere smile as bait – so you have to trick both a person and a fox. Very hard to do. However, this fox whithers to coal in captivity.

Lollipop Fox
The sweetest thing that will ever nip you when you’re not looking. Has a very large, round head, which is where its name comes from. Does a lot of thinking in that head. You better hope it thinks you’re okay.

Faux Pas
Only shows up when unwanted. Makes things socially uncomfortable. Might just be an awkward mistake.

Plum Fox
Burrows into plums, spits out the pit, and makes it home. Has a royal purple coat. Very sweet when ripe.

Foxtail
Generally thought to be a plant for some reason. They burrow into the ground but leave their tail sticking out (or, I guess, plant themselves if you still insist on thinking of them as vegetative). Please don’t pick their tails. If you do, they will dig into the earth never to be seen again out of horrifying embarrassment.

Out Fox
Hunts foolishness. A fool hunter. Don’t even think about trying to get the best of this fox because, well, you see.

Painted Fox
Paints itself differently every day. Mastery takes constant work. Truly the Van Gogh of the vulpine world. Leaves a colorful mess everywhere it goes.

Drawn by Fire_Lord_Sauron.

Whiskers
A creature composed entirely of whiskers. Very sensitive in every way. How do we know it’s a fox? An uneducated guess. It feels like a fox.

Pond Fox
A swim in this fox is highly recommended. Besides the obvious medicinal benefits, a nice relaxing soak will leave you reinvigorated and foxier than ever. Side effects include the handsomest whiskers you’ll ever grow and a not too unpleasant musk.

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