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By Fox-N-Wolf   |   
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No, he is not alive. No, I did not kill him, nor did I buy him to be killed. I have high respects for all animals, dead and alive. I simply appreciate the beauty of bringing them back to life in the future through taxidermy rather then letting them rot in the ground. Taxidermy lets them be loved and appreciated even after their death :3 I respect your opinion, so please respect mine.

Disclaimer taken from :icongalianogangster:

Todd was mounted by :iconfoxycreations:
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Date Taken
Dec 24, 2011, 2:11:11 AM
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maryssoftmounts's avatar
Just adorable!
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I think taxidermy is creative and artistic when the animal is already dead and wasn't killed but, I must ask, you don't think it's scary or... grotesque? And what exactly IS the taxidermy process that you do? I don't mean to offend you. Just, curious. :3 Also, are you apart of the fursona/furry (not the perverted ones) fandom?
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I can honestly say I don't know first had. I do not personally do taxidermy, I just buy the finish work (: Although I have been quite curious. It also would depend on several things. Some taxidermists skin, tan, and mount while others just buy the pelts after they have already been skin and tanned. The skinning part is what I would have to say would be grotesque.

And to answer your final question, I do admire anthro artwork and the like. I also do have a fursona of my own. She is on my other account (:
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Oh, okay. Thanks a bunch! <3
Fox-N-Wolf's avatar
No problem (:
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Poor Foxy, but I understand your point. ^-^
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