What is a fact about foxes?
There is an interesting fact about foxes. Foxes eat various plants besides eating meat. Some of the they eat plants include apples and blackberries.
If these foxes are actually humans who would like to think they're anthropomorphic foxes, or furries, humans may kill them, but not eat them. That would be cannibalism, for in fact these are nothing but sexually confused teenagers. If these foxes are in fact real foxes, a human could eat one of he felt like it, although it's not a common act.
Foxes are classified by species, not breeds. Dogs and cats have breeds. There are 12 species of true foxes (red fox, fennec, etc.) and about 13 other species that are commonly included as foxes even though they differ considerably from true foxes. The gray fox is an example. It looks like a fox but is more cat-like in behavior and structure.