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marko November 13th, 2013 09:03 AM

After Being Rescued, a Sweet Fox Shows Her Saviors Amazing Gratitude
 
Busting with sweet cuteness!

[url]http://www.godvine.com/After-Being-Rescued-a-Sweet-Fox-Shows-Her-Saviors-Amazing-Gratitude-4129.html[/url]

Goldfields November 13th, 2013 09:13 AM

Gorgeous! :) Must ask our friend Aaron about the pet foxes they had, how tame they were.

hazelrunpack November 13th, 2013 10:34 AM

Holy catz! Who would have ever thought they'd wag their tail like that at a human! :lovestruck: Too cute!! I wonder if they were able to release her into the wild, though--looks like she's pretty comfy around humans now. Not a good thing if they want to release her...

rottysrule November 13th, 2013 08:52 PM

sadly the fox can't be returned into the wild... find another video and it had more details on the fox.. but she soo cute. I have watched shows on animal planet or the other animal channel out there on tv and a guy has a fox and its friendly
"This is Dawn, one of the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary's 6 resident foxes that cannot be returned to the wild. The majority of animals we get in is injured wildlife that is aimed to be returned into the wild, however, Dawn was a young fox that was took into a dog rescue centre as the member of public that found her thought she was a dog! When they realised they bought her into us but it was too late, because she was too tame and this meant that she wouldn't be able to look after herself in the wild. Dawn is not a pet, and we do not recommend any fox or wild animal as a pet."

ownedbycats November 18th, 2013 10:01 AM

She does look sweet, I wonder if she was a pet at one time. That is not a typical wild animal reaction to humans. You are more likely to get bit than licked. I really don't like them putting their hand in her mouth. It's one thing with a dog you've raised and trained, another thing entirely with a (wild?) animal.


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