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Random Favourites not the same as the death of a human. I'm speaking for ranch foxes, per say. Not more intelligent creatures like elephants or monkeys. 

There are a lot of issues going around right now regarding anti-fur people. Anti-fur people, let me explain to you why it is not morally wrong to kill a ranch fox.

Wait, let me establish that killing is a fact of life. Everyone has killed something in some way or another, no matter what age. Anything with a life can be killed, whether it be a bug (which we ALL know we have killed at one point in our lives), or a human being. If you squash a bug, you just murdered something--took away its life. Even though it doesn't have the brain capacity to understand that it's about to die--like foxes, which we kill, too.

Anti-fur people tend to over-dramatize the death of a ranch animal. Here's the thing: Animals like foxes don't realize they're about to die. Which makes the experience of its death--for it--not a scary thing. It's not going to panic, bow down on its furry knees, and beg for its life to be spared. It's not going to ask that you spare its friend in exchange for its own life.

If we were to ranch humans, on the other hand, for whatever reason, they would KNOW they're about to die because our brains are developed enough to know this. That's what makes it morally wrong to kill a human in whatever freak situation where they are about to die and are aware of who their killer is. It would be terrifying to a human to know they're about to die--they would be SCARED. 

Animals like foxes will never know that fear because they don't understand death, how death occurs, why it's going to happen, or even when it's going to happen.
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 Wild Red Fox - $40 - SOLD

Small wild red fox. Around 47 inches long. Can be seen here:…

Golden Sunrise Fox- $90

seen here (bottom):… Length: Around 62 inches.


Mutation Ranch Blue Fox - $180 TRADED

You’ll never see this color anywhere! Image here:… Length is around 49 inches, prime.


Ranch Silver fox - $300 SOLD

Prime ranch silver fox, similar to the one here:… 65 inches in length, no paws, but legs. Has face, ears and lower jaw, plus tail. Was a real fat fox with really thick fur similar to the blue fox.


Mountable Silver fox - $400 SOLD

Similar to the one here:… Except thicker and fatter. Measures 58 inches in length.


Mountable Pearl Fox #1 - $450 SOLD

Prime mountable pearl fox. 64 inches long, has a small nick in the left leg, but otherwise mountable.


Pearl fox #2  - $230 SOLD

Not mountable, but complete with all four legs, ears, lower jaw, tail. Dorsal cut, missing claws on all four paws. 60 inches long.


Moon Glow - $500 SOLD

Seen here:…

 66 inches in length. MOUNT AT YOUR OWN RISK—has thin lips and nose. 


Burgundy Fox - $400 - SOLD

This is a prime Gold quality male burgundy fox. Ears turned, lips split, et cetera. One of the monsters that my breeder raises, measuring at 71 inches and around 1 foot in width (not circumference). Recently tanned (a month ago).  MOUNT AT YOUR OWN RISK—has thin lips and thin nose.…


Sun Glow Fox - $300 SOLD

Similar to the fox in this picture:… Has really thick fur, bold colors, has a stub tail. Not mountable. 51 inches  long.

Arctic Marble Cross - $320 -  SOLD

Arctic Marble Cross fox, seen here… Has a bent face, no legs, no lower jaw. Nice bold orange markings despite what photo shows, and a lot more than many cross marbles have normally.

Piebald Coyote - $550 – SOLD

Seen here:…

Complete but not mountable. Has a LOT of white and a nice white face. 

 Remember,some people note me, so if it seems like it’s been sold after you commented to claim, it most likely has been. O: Open to trades of equal value (furs only, partial trades accepted).  FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, IF I GET A NOTE CLAIMING IT, SORRY, TOUGH LUCK. Payment plans accepted. The price of shipping is not included in the base price of the pelt.

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Minskin Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2015   Artisan Crafter
Thank you for the watch!
I guess I'll return it as well ~D
Braveheart-Taxidermy Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you kindly for the watch :)
UrbanSunset Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I got the pelt, it's lovely, thank you very much!
Aewendil Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014
Thanks for the watch!
Tobiis Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Do you know where I can get a nice mountable calico, or SunGlow pelt?

I was told you are the person to go to for this stuff. :iconmhmmplz:
PrimusGod Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
Oh my god, that icon. XD

Unfortunately, the main guy who sold calicos is now out of commission (aka he stopped selling). It's going to be extremely difficult to find a calico that's even mountable.

I'd suggest stalking Hide and Fur (despite their obnoxious prices, they sometimes put in odd pelts like a calico into their Miscellaneous or Mutation section of fox pelts) and Those two are your best bets for calico foxes, even if they aren't mountable (it's actually easier to find a legless one and buy some matching legs, than to find a complete pelt. xD). 

Also, if you're not interested in frozen carcasses, start getting interested in them, because that's often how calicos come and go. The seller isn't going to skin it most likely because it will always sell higher to a taxidermist who can do it themselves, so that it's mountable.

For a Sunglow, again, Hide and Fur and You don't have to look as hard for a frozen carcass, but more often than not that's how they're sold. Also keep an eye out on deviantART. A lot of people have marbles here, and sometimes I've seen some people selling mountable ones. 

And as always, eBay and etsy are fair game with mountable pelts, though I've never seen a mountable calico on either. A sunglow, yes. Never seen a frozen carcass for either fox on either site, though. 

Keep an eye out for this guy on eBay: His prices are retardedly high, but on very rare occasions he'll have mountable sun glows on hand. He also has a bunch of other nice colors to look at, though I don't recall seeing any calicos ever. 

I don't have either of those colors of foxes because my breeder does not breed Marbles or calicos. xD So I wouldn't be able to sell you it unless I went to a local auction or something. 
Tobiis Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Also thank you for all this info... All the infooo :iconallthethingsplz:
Tobiis Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm, that seems legit. 

Damn, it always comes back to hide and fur. :iconnooooplz:

I've got the sunglow now, but all I need now to be complete is a calico. I can not be complete with out it. I'll find one, has some nice pelts and I have an idea whom to message for one.

The breeder you have, who colorations do they breed? I am after a few others.
PrinceThallas-02 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014
haha why I wasn't watching you^^
your pelts are just stunning :)
FenrisMau Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Got that Moon Glow in. ;D
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