Porfirio is a Honduran fox involved with the Fox Junta and is the leader of the Honduran faction.
He has navy blue fur with a white underbelly but unlike most Honduran generals what stands out about him is that unlike a lot of Latin American generals he has a light blue face which is not particularly common in any Latin American generals except those who are Argentine. In his first appearance he is a normal fox but in his return in the Anthro Saga he wears a white shirt, dark blue trousers, a dark blue tie and a dark blue jacket with dark sunglasses.
Like other leaders both inside the Fox Junta and out Porfirio is described as being the standard military commander and though he expects discipline from his faction he is also seen as being a lot more lax than the much more stricter Veselin who also describes him as being on the same level as his (Veselin) Macedonian counterpart Ljube. Evidently he is also someone who can handle sophisticated weaponry and someone who is very, very alert, his disciplined side also comes in with his soldiers tending not to take prisoners and like Wilhelm he does not participate in torture. Instead he lets his generals do so but more commonly it is his troops that participate in torture.
Alongside other allies his faction is notorious for torture especially with the treatment given to most prisoners of war some of them being females, he also allows Miguel's wife Rosa take part in torture which she seriously enjoys. Porfirio is also someone who has close relations with "bad" animals such as terrorists and those involved in organized crime, as he is part of a Spanish speaking country he is also close to Italian and Spanish allies but also to Todor and the Bulgarian faction. He enjoys war but after the war between the Fox Junta and their allies and the Animalian Junta and their allies is over he is utterly relieved and enjoys his time after the Junta because he can have a long rest. Rosa also says she doesn't blame him for wanting to have a rest because "seeing explosions and gunfire all day long can drive a general mad."