The Felixis(plural felixia; Drakine felrau; Latin name Fera Domare) is a small, fox-like animal native to Euthora and commonly used as a pet.
The Felixis is slightly larger than the average housecat and resembles a cross between a rabbit and a fox. It has long ears and a flowing tail, as well as a vaguely almond-shaped head and four legs that unless inspected closely appear to not have toes. Its eyes are large, ovoid, and luminous. Its fur is silky and may occasionally contain markings or be certain colors depending on the breed. Felixia are highly flexible, like a cat, and able to bend and twist in midair and squeeze into any space through which it can fit its head.