Foxes are small, dog-like animals of the forest and lake. There are two kinds of foxes : the Gray fox, which can sometimes climb trees, and the Red fox, which is more common and pictured here. The Red fox is ginger or red-brown, with a white tail-tip, white underside, and black or dark brown legs. The Gray fox has splashes of ginger and white, but is mostly gray-brown and smaller than the Red fox. They eat cats, fresh-kill, Twoleg and kittypet foods, plant matter, and bugs. They often compete with badgers and birds-of-prey for food. They enjoy the pine swamps and deciduous forest, but can be found in the other territories as well. They have amber or orange eyes, sharp teeth and claws. A picture of the Gray fox can be seen under New Pictures.