“Look at that floozy,” murmured a gray fox as a gaudily dressed raccoon made her entrance. Billowing between her ears were agave leaves, Devil’s Claws, Cane Beardgrass, Hackberries, Apache Plumes, and ribbons of snakeskins. She waved a coordinating fan and scarf. Bejeweled with the legs and elytra of June Beetles, she had first eaten their creamy insides. “She definitely over-accessorized,” agreed another fox.
[Excerpt from the book “The Wild Hat”]