Cute Overload :D
Except for that snow part.
Arctic Fox in Churchill, Canada. Photo by Jules Cox, via Daily Mail.
Okay, I’d call in sick tomorrow to look at this all day if I weren’t already DED from the extreme over-the-top QTE.
Aaaww. Poor thing. I hope he’s ok.
This winter in the US is what the Arctic fox is designed to survive all the time. They are quite well designed for the weather. They have ultrafloofy super-dense fur that the snow sits on top of and teeny tiny ears to prevent heat escape. Their equatorial opposite would be a fennec fox.
All righty then…..;
let’s have a nice round of applause for the Designer!!! Woot! Woot!!
I was going to say, “Bring that puppy to me immediately, I have lots of wool blankets and warm milk.” But I guess if you can’t handle snow in the Arctic, you wouldn’t live there. I’ve seen pictures of wolves and bears sleeping in snow, the structure of their dense fur and blood circulation compensate for the extreme cold. (But give me an electric blanket anytime!!)
My old chow used to look like a larger version of that fox. She loved sleeping in the snow.
Yes, we had a sweet chow mix who was happiest when she was sleeping with a coat of ice and snow on her fur. Silly girl!
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those are so gorgeous. Like ermines.
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