I almost stepped on this gray fox in my set this morning before I realized I even caught anything. Here is the picture of how it was laying. Sorry for the blurry picture. It was stiff when I got there and not warm at all. The trap held the foot nicely with absolutely zero damage to the animal. However, the only blood I could find was a spot about the size of a pencil's eraser on the lower belly. At first I was holding my breath to find it all torn to pieces underneath by a coyote but I see no sings of this. As you can see there was a catch circle so the fox was alive for some time. I only ever caught a dead fox one other time and I think it froze to death a few years back in a cold, high wind hurricane and that was obviously not the case last night. Any insight would be appreciated.