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He who fox-like got his rank, Is wolf-like in his office. -- Vasily Zhukovsky
No use, no use!' said the King. 'She runs so fearfully quick. You might as well try to catch a Bandersnatch! But I'll make a memorandum about her, if you like-she's a dear good creature,' he repeated softly to himself, as he opened his memorandum-book. 'Do you spell "creature" with a double "e"? -- Lewis Carroll
The Fox knowes much, but more he that catcheth him. -- George Herbert
He's like a demented ferret up a wee drainpipe. -- Bill Mclaren
misbegotten cockwaffle. -- Kevin Hearne
Hissy, hissy, little snakey, Slither on the floor, You be good to Morfin Or he'll nail you to the door. -- J.k. Rowling
A sly old fish, too cunning for the hook. -- George Crabbe
Stubborn, snarly male. -- Anne Bishop
A little roving, solitary thing. -- Charlotte Bronte
You weaselly short-dicked elk-fucker. -- Ian Tregillis
Egg-sucking son of a porcupine! -- Diana Gabaldon
The fox knows many tricks; the hedgehog one good one. -- Archilochos
The fox has many tricks. The hedgehog has but one, but that is the best of all. -- Archilochos
beaver drools in my underwear. -- Helena Hunting
Hamsters. We have other names for them; rats, weasels, rodents, but with their fine, golden fur, round faces and whiskers, what they most look like are hamsters. -- Craig Alanson
A killer with the manners of a rabbit - this is the most dangerous kind. -- Frank Herbert
With Weasel and Arisa at his side, anything was possible. Anything. -- Hilari Bell
Twitchy little ferret, aren't you, Malfoy? -- J.k. Rowling
Ser Cleos looked like a weasel, fought like a goose, and had the courage of an especially brave ewe. -- George R R Martin
intellectual hare -- Wallace Stegner
What does the fox say?
Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding! -- Ylvis
This is a fierce bad rabbit;
look at his savage whiskers,
and his claws and his turned-up tail. -- Beatrix Potter
Hee that hath a Fox for his mate, hath neede of a net at his girdle. -- George Herbert
Chadwickius frenemus, -- Heather Vogel Frederick
I'll be damned if I act like a mouse, you overgrown tomcat. -- J.c. Daniels
He was a dandy with on eear cocked, a gleam on his claw and a glint in his eye. He sauntered through the market square elegant and tattered, admired and cursed: a highwayman, a gentleman thief. His name was Taggle, for the three kittens had been Raggle, Taggle, and Bone. -- Erin Bow
pocket lizard licker. -- Anonymous
Yes, I'm a mouse. Squeak, squeak. Now shoo-shoo back to your little bug friends, said Rirped, picking up a hunk of dried beef. He tore a off a piece with his teeth and noticed Boots hadn't moved. He pulled back his lips to reveal a row of jagged teeth and gave her a sharp hiss. -- Suzanne Collins
Less squeaky, more sneaky. -- Nicole Weber
I'm a beast, I am, and a Badger what's more. We don't change. We hold on. -- C.s. Lewis
Hairy Mammal whaddya want -- Allen Ginsberg
Squirrel as in squirrel squirrel? -- Rick Riordan
He that pursues two hares at once, does not catch one and lets the other go. -- Benjamin Franklin
Thou art a cat, and a rat, and a coward. -- Miguel De Cervantes
Were you hare when I was fox? -- Tim Buckley
His name was Reepicheep and he was a gay and martial mouse. He wore a tiny little rapier at his side and twirled his long whiskers as if they were a moustache. -- C.s. Lewis
Thou ominous and fearful owl of death. -- William Shakespeare
Sharp and mild, dull and keen, well known and strange, dirty and clean, where both the fool and wise are seen: All this am I, have ever been, - in me dove, snake and swine convene! -- Friedrich Nietzsche
Cat: a pygmy lion who loves mice, hates dogs, and patronizes human beings. -- Oliver Herford
What a mouse he is made by conversation,' " Ezri recited. " 'Scorns gods, dares battle, and flinches from a maid's rebuke! Merest laugh from merest girl is like a dagger felt, and like a dagger, makes a lodging of his breast. Turns blood to milkwater and courage to faint memory.' -- Scott Lynch
If you deal with a fox, think of his tricks. -- Jean De La Fontaine
Snatched away like socks glommed off the sale table at Wal-Mart, dog treat snapped up by an eager German Sheppard, mouse picked off the lawn by a swooping owl. -- Dennis Vickers
Those props are as cunning as a bag o' weasels. -- Bill Mclaren
The Deer don't dineWhen a Wolf's about,And the PorcupineSticks his quill-points out. -- Arthur Guiterman
Sheep with a nasty side. -- Cyril Connolly
Some animals are cunning and evil-disposed, as the fox; others, as the dog, are fierce, friendly, and fawning. Some are gentle and easily tamed, as the elephant; some are susceptible of shame, and watchful, as the goose. Some are jealous and fond of ornament, as the peacock. -- Aristotle.
As he crept down the stairs, it occurred to him that as a weasel, she could've saved herself and left him to die. Again.
But when the time came, she didn't. Again. -- Cynthia Hand
Rank, rump-fed harpy. -- Penny Reid
pony, mashed potato, alligator, watusi, twist, jerk. -- A.v. Club
Hair and hole, horn and teeth - hedgehog, walrus, ape, Josef Breuer. He -- Irvin D. Yalom
It is a blind goose that cometh to the fox's sermon. -- John Lyly
Foxhunting ... the unspeakable pursuing the inedible. -- Oscar Wilde
It's a bold mouse that nestles in the catts eare. -- George Herbert
The pig says oink. -- Rick Riordan
A perspicacious lad, Mr. McLean. A perspicacious swine, indeed. -- Pat Conroy
Go on, try weasel, try squirrel; it tastes like chicken, it tastes just like chicken! If it tastes just like chicken, why don't you gimme some damn chicken? -- Bobcat Goldthwait
no one can catch the mother-effing fox -- John Green
A squirrel, Ratatosk, lives in the branches of the world-tree. It takes gossip and messages from Nidhogg, the dread corpse-eater, to the eagle and back again. The squirrel tells lies to both of them, and takes joy in provoking anger. -- Neil Gaiman
Before you attack the porcupine, think of its quills! -- Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Wolves never look more funny than when they have lost the scent and scrabble to find it again: they hop in the air; they run in circles, they plow up the ground with their noses ... -- Clarissa Pinkola Estes
A chemical weevil," said Jesper, "But Wylan still hasn't named it. My vote is for the Wyvil."
"That's terrible," said Wylan.
"It's brilliant," Jesper winked. "Just like you. -- Leigh Bardugo
I fink it is a femuw. A femuw of a winowcowus ... A a-stinct winocowus. -- Elizabeth Peters
O you virtuous owle,
The wise Minerva's only fowle. -- Philip Sidney
A man who whinnies with noisy laughter, surpasses all the animals in vulgarity. -- Friedrich Nietzsche
A rat is a pig is a dog is a boy. -- Ingrid Newkirk
A rogue is a roundabout fool. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A werewolf. He said the word like he was learning a foreign language and wanted to get the accent right. -- Tielle St. Clare
To steale the Hog, and give the feet for almes.
[To steal the hog, and give the feet to alms.] -- George Herbert
Mouseburger: unpretty, unspecial, unformed. -- Lena Dunham
To a coward, a kitten is a fierce lion. -- Matshona Dhliwayo
Thou frothy tickle-brained hedge-pig! -- William Shakespeare
My God! Who is this creature? It considers itself human. -- Saul Bellow
Therefore, it is necessary to be a fox to discover the snares and a lion to terrify the wolves -- Niccolo Machiavelli
Squirrel! I've told you not to share your cheek nuts with humans. They don't appreciate it as much as other squirrels! -- Trevor H. Cooley
He's our rodent control officer. He doesn't catch mice, he just terrifies them. -- Lilian Jackson Braun
Animal is animal. -- Lailah Gifty Akita
It had need to bee
A wylie mouse that should breed in the cat's care. -- John Heywood
A shoat squealing under a fence just attracts the fox, when it should be trying to run. -- Robert Jordan
From ragbag, stumblebum, peripatetic lout
To bonfire of catnip that burns itself out
Bristled sack of hiss & claws
Cinched at the maw
-- B.j. Ward
Squirrelpaw!" Brambleclaw's -- Erin Hunter
Spring, and break thy backbone! Why don't ye spring, I say, all of ye - spring! Quohog! spring, thou chap with the red whiskers; spring there, Scotch-cap; spring, thou -- Herman Melville
Buckler, a lean hack, and a greyhound for coursing. An olla -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Years later, I learned an English word for the creature that Assef was, a word for which a good Farsi equivalent does not exist: sociopath. -- Khaled Hosseini
Quill: An instrument of torture yielded by a goose and commonly weilded by as ass. -- Ambrose Bierce
Oh, this beast? It's ... perspicacious loris. 'Perspicacious' meaning 'wise or canny'."
"Get stuffed," Bovril said, then giggled.
"And it insults people," Telsa said. "How peculiar. -- Scott Westerfeld
Where has he gone, my meadow mouse,
My thumb of a child that nuzzled in my palm?
To run under the hawk's wing,
Under the eye of the great owl watching from the elm-tree,
To live by courtesy of the shrike, the snake, the tom-cat.
(from "The Meadow Mouse") -- Theodore Roethke
A cat without a tail. -- Virginia Woolf
Snakes and bastards! -- M.c. Beaton
So that's a fox?' Firepaw whispered. 'What an ugly muzzle!'
'You can say that again!' agreed Graypaw.
'I was following one of those when we first . . . met,' whispered Firepaw.
'More likely it was following you, you idiot!' hissed Graypaw. -- Erin Hunter
I dub thee Toadsticker," I said. "Slayer of miscreants, opener of packages, occasional carver of baked turkeys. Let all men hear, and know mild caution." I swear the steel flickered. -- Frank Tuttle
I hear a sudden cry of pain! There is a rabbit in a snare. -- James Stephens
LOST 2 Irish Hellhounds. Very black, like bear. Huge, like bear. Answer to Alvin and Mohammed. Like to eat everything. Like bear! REWARD! -- Christopher Moore
I'm a...an otaku faery. -- Julie Kagawa
Stop thinking about Michael," Tuck orders.
"He was cute."
"So is a hairy ferret but I wouldn't want to date one. [ ... ] -- Simone Elkeles
The Englishman foxtrots as he fox-hunts, with all his being, through thickets, through ditches, over hedges, through chiffons, through waiters, over saxophones, to the victorious finish; and who goes home depends on how many the ambulance will accommodate. -- Edna St. Vincent Millay
...a leering, sneering obscene little harpy... -- Virginia Woolf
It's a cat. Boy, you couldn't slip anything past me tonight. -- Kim Harrison
Shake paws, count your claws, You steal mine, I'll borrow yours. Watch my whiskers, check both ears. Robber foxes have no fears. -- Brian Jacques
Cat: a soft indestructible automaton provided by nature to be kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle. -- Ambrose Bierce
With foxes we must play the fox. -- Thomas Fuller