Foxes of Hoenn

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eshu-the-vixen:

And for now the last rescue you can meet with is Smirre. 

She is the same age like Eshu, just got a year old and one very sweet and friendly unique vixen. The one who flatten her ears, wags her tail and happy pee when you enter her enclosure and welcoming you with big joy and excitement. She tho not really allows human interaction only a bit but still welcomes you with excited vocals, tail wags and actually happ for the human company.

She was found by a family as young all alone no trail of siblings nor parents so the family took her in for a while. The unique thing is this family did not know about foxes so she was kept outside with low fence with their dog in the garden and she not escaped, she was open and pretty social vixen. As the family was quite normal they knew they just cant risk her life and they looked for her a more safe place to be and they personally asked the shelter to help her giving a safe and nice home. 

She was mothered up by Cleo and ever since they share the same enclosure and pretty happy there together. Like mother and daugther. )

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eshu-the-vixen:

Another of our rescue, namely Cleo.

She turned 2 years old now, a very calm and relaxed vixen who is pretty open with humans even though she not let people touch her. It took me 4 months to win her trust and sometimes she allows me to pet her a bit or scratch at the neck. I visiting her ever since she got in as a young baby with her two brothers who were extremly shy and always kept hidden from humans.

She and her siblings separated since her enclosure is close to visitors and many human can surround it, and it stressed her brothers who got to a less visited enclosure of their own to avoid stress situation.

Cleo is well known of be that motherly fox. She always mothers up the orphan kits and handle them as her own, protects them and even more vocalizing with them. She is open and comes very close to humans but one rule; no touch. If you keep you can observe her very close she not minds. She has soft weakspot on hanging things from clothes, and rings on finger. :D

Her story luckily nothing depressing, she and her brothers were left alone, mother was possibly killed as she never returned. Their den was found and all three of them got to us in the right time before starve to death. Neither of them suffered trauma from it, they live happy and content now.

redmalefox:

Vos (Vulpes vulpes) by Dennis_Smit on Flickr.

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redmalefox:

Vos (Vulpes vulpes) by Dennis_Smit on Flickr.

beautiful-wildlife:

Eye to Eye with a Red Fox by Jessica Kirste

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beautiful-wildlife:

Eye to Eye with a Red Fox by Jessica Kirste

redmalefox:

FOX (VULPES VULPES by Gary K. Mann on Flickr.

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redmalefox:

FOX (VULPES VULPES by Gary K. Mann on Flickr.

chewbeca23:

Foxes and bunnies aren’t the best mix, but gawd foxes are too cute :3  #foxes #bunnies #chewbeca23

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chewbeca23:

Foxes and bunnies aren’t the best mix, but gawd foxes are too cute :3 
#foxes #bunnies #chewbeca23

I AM THE NIGHT

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I AM THE NIGHT

mysteriousvegetable:

Urban fox on Christmas patrol by skipnclick

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mysteriousvegetable:

Urban fox on Christmas patrol by skipnclick

mysteriousvegetable:

Red Fox by Mr. Chris Nauman

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mysteriousvegetable:

Red Fox by Mr. Chris Nauman

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