Fox is just what I've been called since I was like 10, probably on the count of how much trouble I could get in and then be cute to fox my way out of it. Whatever the reason I don't exactly know but people are drawn to certain animals. Why they pick that animal is one of those questions that are better left at a question, because it really doesn't matter. no offense OP =^_^=
Avians: Usually sociable but weird. Foxes: Foxes tend to vary. Wolves: Usually a little bit silly and loners. More like you'd expect coyotes to be. Coyotes: Spiritual, usually with a mischievous/perverted nature. Equines: Calmer than most other furries. More patient and gentle, but take a while to warm up to others. Domestic Cats: They vary, but they are usually a bit selfish and stubborn. Tigers: Masculine and domineering. Usually masculine even if female. Cheetahs: Cheetahs are a little conceited and apparence focused. Kangaroos: Usually motherly even if male. Loving and friendly. Dogs: Very good friends. Most don't tend to take sides. Dolphins/Whales: Fun-loving and silly. A bit perverted. Western Dragons: Quirky and moody. Wise and benevolent one minute, burning down villages the next. Eastern Dragons: Calmer and more benevolent than western dragons. Usually weaker inside and more sensitive. Kitsunes: Flirtatious and playful. Sense of humor. Reptiles: Usually pretty nice, fairly quiet people, based on the alligators I have met. Not entirely comfortable socially. Raccoons: Silly and cute, but can also have a "bitchy" side. Squirrels: Bouncy, energetic, and playful.