I have a few thoughts:
First, I read a news story about a lady-fox who lives in Germany. Here is an actual photo of the fox I'm talking about:
Second, another news story caught my eye recently. I can't remember it word-for-word, but the headline was something along the lines of:
When I first laid eyes on this fox I was pretty impressed by how sly she looks. She's pulling a pretty crafty expression as if she is about to execute a very tricky plan. She is truly living up to everything cartoons have trained me to expect from foxes, concealing only her concern for the poor and complicated relationship with her natural enemies. I was even more impressed when I learned that this fox has been stealing shoes from the nearby German Village of Föhren... and nothing else, just shoes. For some reason, this one sneaky fox stole 118 shoes, which were eventually located crammed into her den. This confirms that everything I ever read in the Redwall series is true.
I loved the presentation of this news, as if it was begging the reader to make this response:
I wasn't all that interested in actually reading either story, but I appreciate how great they sound in both tempo and rhyme when read in order. I can only hope that the child mentioned in both headlines is the same person, and that these events took place immediately after one another.