The answer is a pup-mother i believe. That's what I've been taught.
Or a She-Wolf ~K1thia
A female fox is called a vixen. The plural is vixens.
Male foxes are known as dogs, tods or reynards, females as vixens, and young as cubs, pups, or kits.
The mother Arctic Fox stays with its young, protecting them from predator's while the father Arctic Fox goes out to find food for the cubs and the mother. They continue this until they cub is old enough to leave the den.
The fox is called Tod and the hound is called Copper.
A masculine fox is called a dog fox.
A male fox is called a dog, regnard or tod, a female fox is called a vixen, and a baby fox is called a kit, cub, or pup. A male fox is called a dog or reynard.
A fox's tail is called a brush.A brush
You call a female fox a vixen.a female fox is called a vixen, a male is called a fox
Fox McCloud is called Star Fox because he is a fox, and not a coyote.
A male fox is called a dog, regnard or tod, a female fox is called a vixen, and a baby fox is called a kit, cub, or pup.
No it is called The fox and the grapes.
The fox is called "le renard" in French. That masculine noun fits any fox or male foxes. A female fox would be called "une renarde". The young fox is "un renardeau" (masc.)