Why doesn’t the fox eat the cat?
And now we know, finally, what the fox says…
So is this going to be a “fox fear” arc?
Cats are tougher than that. https://youtu.be/6Wj3el9Ovz4
Mature foxes weight approximately 12-15 lbs. Most cats are also around that weight. Cats also come with “murder mitts” aka clawed paws as standard equipment, so foxes leave them alone.
“Peekaboo, you idiot! When you said he was ‘a fox’ yesterday, we thought you meant a good-looking cat!”
A cat on the ground is worth three in the tree.
Wouldn’t an exotic name like Anton make him more appealing?
Oh come on guys, foxes are really just cat software running on dog hardware…
I always assumed my cats were on a first name basis with the local foxes. Of course, our gray foxes were no bigger than the cats, so not much threat.
One summer there was a gray fox in my neighborhood that used to follow me while I was walking my dogs (just through one part of the neighborhood). My cat would also follow me, and the first time I saw the fox I thought it was my cat, until I realized the cat was farther away! . (He followed us whether my cat was with us or not!) My male cat did not seem at all threatened by him, but they were the same size. My female was a little more intimidated, but everything intimidated her! Mind you, my dogs were 100 lbs each, so it always seemed strange to me that a fox would follow them!