|Gypsy_Dildo_Factory - 2019-06-27 |
It's like 15% longer than an average house cat and 20% shorter than an average Maine Coon cat (that which overlaps the size range for Red Foxes.)
Foxes are catty-looking for a caniform, from the other direction. This cat does not have long legs or any proportions and features skewing very fox-like. They are really laying this on thick, almost about to have tried a foreshortening trick if they didn't include other photos.
"[the cat has] 'very wide' ears, short whiskers and 'highly developed' canine teeth [...] 'very dark' hind legs and a russet stomach.
"It's their size and their tail that earned them the name 'cat-fox' across the island,' says Benedetti."
"BUT CAT-FOXES aren't the first animal ‘MASH-UP’ to Make Headlines This Year. At the end of May 2019, a creature deemed as a raccoon-dog made headlines [...]"