Vulpes, or commonly known as foxes, are distant cousins to the common canis family, and have similar characteristics of both canis and felis in their physique and body form. However, they tend to have a more prideful, cunning, irregular, and deceptive attitude, a much different position than the felis. They're often found with dozens of different fur patterns and colors, and are usually found within the Florja culture, straying away from more strict, civilized life. Though deceptive to strangers, they're extremely family orientated, and usually mate for life. Some of the highest respected families of many trade posts and enriched cities are that of vulpes.