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   Undertoad  Tuesday Jul 10 12:57 PM

July 10, 2007: Sneaking fox

"From Wunderground, a grey fox sneaking up on squirrels in the bird feeder," says xoB.

What. A. Beaut. And how amazing to see this beast's hinders practically operating separately from its forward half. I've seen many household cats working on outdoor prey, and it's fascinating; they prepare all their energy for the pounce, and at the last minute their pupils open wide... it's practically frightening. And I've seen household dogs getting angry, but it's nothing at all like this. Wild.

Shawnee123  Tuesday Jul 10 01:26 PM

That's a beautiful creature.

Spexxvet  Tuesday Jul 10 02:56 PM

He looks sly and clever at the same time.

Shawnee123  Tuesday Jul 10 03:13 PM

He's quick, he's brown, and he's about to jump over the lazy dog.

DanaC  Tuesday Jul 10 03:43 PM

@Shawnee lol.

I love foxes. I remember when I was little I read an Enid Blyton book in which one of the characters adopts a fox cub. I always, always wanted a fox for a pet after reading that :P

odie number seven  Tuesday Jul 10 03:46 PM

He is beautiful! He'd go great with my brown shoes.


xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jul 10 03:52 PM

Tasty, too.

jester  Tuesday Jul 10 04:38 PM

you'd eat fox?

or is this a double meaning?

spudcon  Tuesday Jul 10 05:06 PM

I remember something about a guy wearing a fox hat...

Shawnee123  Tuesday Jul 10 05:07 PM

Foxy Brown, baby!

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jul 10 05:55 PM

Originally Posted by jester View Post
you'd eat fox?

or is this a double meaning?
I've eaten a few foxes in my day... sweet young things they were, too.
I prefer red to grey, but at my age, you take what you can get.

Nikolai  Tuesday Jul 10 08:01 PM

THat fox isnt sneaking its doing bloody yoga come on look at that typical "wind in the Trees" position

DanaC  Tuesday Jul 10 08:08 PM


bluecuracao  Tuesday Jul 10 08:12 PM

Is that the pose that follows downward-facing fox?

Nikolai  Tuesday Jul 10 08:13 PM

What he really doing is limbering up before he goes hunting, so he can, instead of killing his prey amaze them with his flexibilty until they a lulled into a state of fox hypnosis, thus he can catch his prey without all the running involved

Gravdigr  Wednesday Jul 11 03:48 AM

I wonder where ol' Brer Bear & Brer Rabbit are? "Oh, whatever you do, pleeeeeeease don't throw me in dat briar patch!"

Coign  Wednesday Jul 11 12:57 PM

I do not think he is sneaking so much as he has been runn over by a couple of cars.

Speaking of which, my parents had a gray fox and cubs living in their culvert next to their house. Gray foxes are also the only dog known to climb trees as a natural behavior.

xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Jul 11 04:15 PM

They behave more like cats than dogs. Maybe they're ghey dogs.

Shawnee123  Wednesday Jul 11 04:30 PM

Sneaking Fox, Hidden Dragon

DanaC  Wednesday Jul 11 06:19 PM

lol Shawnee

Spexxvet  Wednesday Jul 11 06:28 PM

Originally Posted by DanaC View Post
lol Shawnee
yeah - out loud!

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