I came in From walking rusty and he was acting up. I put rusty indoors and had a look around and found this little pest from next door. As I'm trying to rescue him, he's trying to eat me so i evicted it. Rusty ended up sulking because i didn't let him sort out the problem

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Comment by Laurel Nichols on April 13, 2019 at 4:44am

A cute fox! Lovely story too!

Comment by Paul Dodd on April 13, 2019 at 5:01am

Thanks laurel. I dont  suppose  it'll  be the last cub that makes its way into the garden.  I looked for it after rusty went made but couldn't  see it, Rusty was whingeing and whimpering at the the back door  for nearly an hour and I kept looking out for something  and then spotted it moving about and went out and found it with the light on my phone . I did spot one about half the size moving in the garage  area a few nights before with its mum probably  moving to a new den

Comment by Paul Dodd on April 13, 2019 at 1:59pm

Rusty had a big sulk because i wouldn't  let him into the garden.

Comment by Laurel Nichols on April 15, 2019 at 4:59pm


Comment by Paul Dodd on April 15, 2019 at 6:26pm

Thanks laurel. Foxes spend a lot of time moving around on top of walls and across shed roofs,  Rusty  can't  see anything on the shed roof from the ground in our small garden. So what he does is face the house and looks at the reflections  in the windows where he can see anything moving about above his head.


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