The origin of this relationship.
About 200 years after the first fox/mouse relationships were formed, foxes started to get similar yiffy desires towards
other rodent females (predominately rabbits). In addition, female rabbits are usually quite fertile and very promiscuous
and they didn't really care whatever type of male yiffed them (in fact, the rabbit fems always considered the male foxes were
Why they cross-breed
The main reason why M Foxes and F Rabbits cross-breed is because they enjoy the feeling of yiff. Like
all canine males, M Foxes have a knot (which is usually small enough to successfully tie a rabbit fem without hurting her)
and have a higher body temperature than mousettes. Rabbit fems are very tight (especially young ones), they
are anatomically designed to hold a male inside them for long periods of time. There are also some rabbit fems with
vixen characteristics and their vaginal walls combine the natural rabbit tightness with the strength of a vixen.
Some M Fox/F Rabbit relationships are also formed on the basis of family planning, Rabbit fems usually have
larger litters than most vixens.
What they offer each other
M Fox: Canine Knot (ability to tie the rabbit fem, especially if she has vixen characteristics. Warmer and thicker
F Rabbit: High fertility and extreme receptivity, female rabbits can usually take a lot of semen in her womb.
Unlike Earth, foxes do not eat (or intentionally harm) rabbits. Their natural instinct to pounce on and kill rabbits
has been converted to a natural yiff instinct. There is little danger for a rabbit fem in a yiffy relationship
with a male fox.
End of Act 8...For a sample of a M Fox/F Rabbit yiffy relationship, please see Act 8b.
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