Foxes are part of the Canidae family, which means they're related to wolves, jackals, and dogs.
Like the cat, the fox is most active after the sun goes down. In fact, it has vertically oriented pupils that allow it to see in dim light. It even hunts in a similar manner to a cat, by stalking and pouncing on its prey.
Like a guided missile, the fox harnesses the earth's magnetic field to hunt.