Thursday, September 29, 2011

Red Fox..recovering!

God made all the creatures and gave them our love and our fear,
To give sign, we and they are His children, one family here.
- Robert Browning -

From our local wildlife rescue, AWARE
This red fox came into AWARE's wildlife center 2 weeks ago with severe mange, fleas, and poor body condition. A kind person saw this fox on home video surveillance for a few weeks before cleverly trapping it. It is getting better, and not imprinted with humans, so should be able to go back to wildlife here in Georgia.
Mom Bobbie adding..Please keep your cats inside!
They are in so much danger with wild animals (where else can they go?), roaming dogs and traffic.
We have two little surprises to show you tomorrow. Today they are resting from spay and those nasty old shots, but we hope to have a couple of pictures tomorrow!
Please foster if you have a lot of room in your heart and a little room in your home.
~ Mom Bobbie


  1. We hope the little fox does well

  2. We are glad that that kind person trapped the little fox so he can get better!

  3. Bless his little heart. I sure hope he continues to improve and makes a full recovery.

  4. Awwwww me and Charlie are so happy this gorgeous fox is being cared for and looked after! Yay!!

    We so agree about keeping kitties and pets inside at night. It keeps contact with wild life to a minimum and avoids other accidents too.

    We look forward to tomorrow for the two little surprises!!

    Yay for fostering too!! Take care

  5. Good to know that that fox got to the right family to catch him and then the right place to treat him...We saw a fox like that in our yard once and felt sad...

  6. Bless his wee soul, I wrote a post yesterday myself about our animal siblings, glad I am not the only one concerned for the pain millions are dealing with.

    Sending much love and healing to the precious little fox, may his life be long, safe and happy.

  7. That's so great that they are able to help the fox without a human imprint! I hope he has many more years out in the wild.

  8. That fox is beautiful, and I'm so glad he is on the mend.

  9. We hope that fox gets well soon so it can go back to the wild!


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