I was at one of my taxidermist clients yesterday, picking up the weekly load of deer heads and got a nice present. He presented me with a bag of about half a dozen little heads in it. he informed me that he had been saving all the skulls from his small full body mounts and this was a bag of bobcats and foxes. Well this particular client is a brother fireman from across the river, so naturally he thought I may have a use for them so he gave them to me. The really sweet thing is he has a bunch more "somewhere around here." So I set about this evening at the station, cleaning all these little heads. I ended up with 2 foxes, 3 bobcats and a very old raccoon. So here's the thing, of all the stuff brought to me over the years, this is a first. Never done a coon, bobcat or a fox. They are all so dang cute and tiny! I know a lot of you guys have done these little guys before but this is my first time. Now looking at the meat and taking in consideration these are little carnivores (and the bobcat looks kinda like a tiny, squished black bear skull) I am guessing these guys are going to be heavy with grease. Am I correct on this?