Aquired from :lilmissdoeeyes: this squirrel has the most vibrant colors I have ever seen on one of these rodents. The deep rusts are most pronounced on the throat patch and rear feet, accented by the graphite gray and white fur. I've handled plenty of grays and red fox squirrels, but this one beats them all out of the water softness wise.
Fully mountable, he's complete with all claws, whiskers, ears, and genitalia.
As with all of my pelts, I collect various color variations of different breeds not for the collectors value, but for the educational and artistic value. While pictures can be great aids, nothing has helped me greater with fur colors/patterning than a pelt seen in life, of which then I can translate later into a costume.
If you wish to leave hateful comments and demonstrations that you have not read any of m actual intentions or how this fox came to be/its future uses, it will only be ignored. Why? I have no time to give to such topics that only waste time. If you are inquisitive and wish to present your thoughts in a modest and mature manner, I always enjoy an insightful conversation. If you do not wish to conduct yourself in a respectable manner, we have no reason for conversation so please take your words elsewhere as they will fall upon deaf ears.