In a frozen meadow in Aosta Valley, Italy, a
pair of red foxes stand up, face off, and bare their teeth - a vulpine
way of greeting both friend and foe. ‘Fox-trots’ behaviour, like this
one, become more common during the mating season.
I was out last night on a clear, star studded evening, crunching softly over frosty filigree covering the meadow. I had heard a call by the waterfall and had gone to investigate. It was a Silver kirin, and I was busy trying to tempt it over when I happened to look around to see a wonderful sight.
Slowly, over the drynach mountains behind me, the moon crept out from behind some silvery clouds. Within a cloudy breath the frozen meadow was filled with magical moonlight and I truly believed I was in another world. Completely silently I saw a white glow treading softly across the horizon, golden hooves placing themselves delicately in the frost.
It was a white and gold Frost Kirin. The rarest you can find.
I held my breath and my heart thudded as this beautiful creature walked in front of me. The Silver kirin by the waterfall called again, and the Gold kirin turned it’s head, then started to walk my way!
I managed to catch both the Silver and Gold kirins by tempting them with some fresh summer meadow hay and have tamed them down. I’m now offering them to you as an extremely rare and special offer for your home. Kirins make excellent pets, and although Frost kirins bring a slight chill to the air they are exceedingly beautiful.