Black and silver fox
Photo by Christopher Ives

Gypsum

Feisty Gypsum somehow came out as a silver fox from two red parents, stubborn, curious, life is always a fascinating discovery. She is also an instigator of squabbles over food, status, and attention from our caretakers.

Fox Facts from the National Wildlife Federation: Red foxes mate in winter. Right after mating, a female builds a den. Pups are born brown or gray, usually turning red within about a month. Both parents take care of their offspring until the next fall, when the young foxes set out on their own.

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