It's not about the differences, but about finding the similarities. Squirrel starts off by noticing only how Fox and he are not alike, but progresses towards thinking otherwise as Fox continuously gives examples to the contrary. Due to how it is written, the feel starts off as rather negative, only gradually changing into a more positive emotion through Fox's persistence. Highlighting their differences is the red used for Fox, and the purple for Squirrel, yet similarities in their design also get pointed out later.
Into this mix comes Rat, who is incapable of seeing past their outward dissimilarities. Fox too addresses this, pointing out their common interests, needs, and feelings.
Rather than focusing on how people come to hate others, the author shows how people become friends. Commonalities exist between individuals, cultures, and even species, it just requires an open mind and heart to find these out.
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