Most of the relationships on Vulpes are between two individuals of the same species, although in some cases (like dogs
and cats) they can be of different breeds. Most of the species on Vulpes have unique physical traits that are designed
to be used with their own kind. These characteristics are specifically designed to enhance the reproductive potential
during yiff. Each of the following acts will discuss the individual relationship in three separate parts...Emotional,
Physical, and Reproductive.
Emotional: How the couple enters and develops a non-yiffy relationship, and other examples.
Physical: How the
couples unique reproductive traits work and what they are.
Reproductive: How couples have their children, the typical parental roles of the mother and father, statistics about
litter size, gestation, etc.
As I did with the Interspecies Relationships section, I will also provide an example of a yiffy relationship with each
act, these will be on the CX-Files group.