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Episode 7-16
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Intraspecies Relationships
***Mouse Couples*** 

Thanks to their high fertility and their ability to cross-breed with almost any species (when they do, they prefer foxes most of all), mice make up about 1/5 of Vulpes' total population
 
Relationship Traits
 
Emotional
 
How male and female mice usually meet: In some cases, a male mouse will feel attraction towards a mousette at a young age, that is if one or both hasn't been discovered by or is already in love with a fox.  When young mice get together for an emotional relationship, it almost always turns into a yiffy relationship (and it usually happens pretty fast).  There are also some cases where male mice and/or mousettes are primarily interested in reproducing, these mice are very easy to attract and even easier to convince to yiff (driven by the instincts of their four-legged cousins).
 
Developing a meaningful relationship: For those mouse couples who prefer to get to know each other before yiffing, they will usually start dating in high school.  These couples will more than likely wait to yiff until they are out of high school since they have high fertility.  It is harder to keep a male mouse from yiffing with a mousette, since whenever a male mouse meets a mousette (or any female for that matter) he has a very strong urge to yiff with the mousette.
 
Special Emotional Traits: There are a couple of traits that male and female mice use to show their emotions to a potential mate.

1. Tail Wrap: Where mice wrap their long and flexible tails around each other's, usually during yiff.
 
2. Hot Tail (Fire Mousettes only): The heat generated by a fire mousette during yiff causes the ball at the end of her tail causes it to glow like fire and become extremely hot (too hot to touch).
 
3. Crystal Tail (Arctic Mice only): Whenever a male (or female) arctic mouse yiffs the crystal at the end of their tail changes color from light blue, to pink, and then again to red when the individual is close to orgasm.
 
Physical
 
Mating Season: None (Although mice usually prefer to yiff during the Spring and early Summer)
 
Male mouse reproductive characteristics: Aside from the fact that male mice produce a thick secretion that they put inside a female after inseminating her.  This bonds to the female's vaginal walls and quickly hardens creating a block, preventing any other males from trying to inseminate the same mousette (if any others even yiff with the mousette)
 
Mousette reproductive characteristics: Mousettes with vixen DNA have canine-like reproductive characteristics...otherwise there is nothing else to say here.
 
The yiffy experience: In most cases, a male mouse will yiff a mousette from on top or from behind.  Sometimes the yiffy experience can involve several rapid yiff sessions each followed by a short and potent orgasm.  Other mouse couples (usually older ones with lots of yiff experience) have one slow yiff session, resulting in a longer orgasm at the end.
 
Reproductive
 
Male Mice
 
> Typical sperm count per yiffy encounter: 2 to 4 billion
> Typical "batting average"*: about 40%
> Average time needed for recovery between yiffy encounters: Usually less than 30 minutes
> Average age of reaching sexual maturity: 12
> Average age of first sexual encounter*: 17
 
Mousettes
 
> Average number of egg cells released during yiff (if any): 8-14
> Average litter size: 6-12
> Maximum litter size: 20-25 (only applies to mouse couples)
> Typical number of litters a mousette will give birth to in her lifetime: 1 to 3
> Gestation: About 4 weeks
> Average age of reaching sexual maturity: 11
> Average age of first sexual encounter*: 18
 
Parental Roles
 
In most cases, Male mice and mousettes will raise their children together (unless one or both individuals are just interested in reproducing).
 
Typical Male Mouse Parental Role: Male mice usually have an equal part in nurturing the emotional states of their children as the mousette does.
 
Typical Mousette Parental Role: In addition to the traditional maternal roles, mousettes nurture the emotional state of their children.
 
Overall: Most mouse couples are fairly close together and have large families together.  Despite the fact that an average mouse couple has anywhere from 20-30 children during their reproductive lifetime, mice experience few (if any) financial problems.
 
Overall strength of relationship (on a 0-10 scale*): 8.5
 
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*: Batting average = approximate amount of sperm cells that make it to a female's fallopian tubes while still having a chance to fertilize any available egg cells.
*: Remember, on Vulpes, Vulpines are considered adults at 16.  High school age teens that have not yet reached official adulthood are allowed to yiff as long as the parents of both individuals consent and the couple uses contraception (it is required by law that all 14 and 15 year olds that do yiff between each other to use contraception)
*: Using this scale 0 = Impossible (Male and Female too hostile to be together), 5 = Average, 10 = Inseperable (Male and Female are extremely close and wouldn't want to be apart for any reason...not even death).