A youthful fox’s private life was uncovered to a lady when she watched what he got up to in her nursery. The fox relocated to Jen’s patio last March, a lot to her enjoyment. Furthermore, this week, he seemed to have another companion… a sweetheart.
Jen lives in England and said the foxes like their nursery most likely on the grounds that all the neighboring properties have pooches and felines. “Luckily (or shockingly as I need a feline!) we have not one or the other,” said Jen. “Nearby has three felines, and there are various colossal mutts in neighboring nurseries as well!
There’s a monster Rottweiler nearby, two German shepherds on the opposite side, Staffordshire terriers to one side. We’re the main house without pooches so they likely have a sense of security!” Jen has seen the youthful male fox develop. “He’s a youthful fox as we’ve seen him develop. He turns out most days and sunbathes. Our nursery is around 200 ft long and encased.
We leave the base of the nursery wild. As there’s a lake down there as well, we get a considerable amount of untamed life around and he inhabits the part of the bargain. Ideally they’ll have a cave there!”The female companion can be distinguished from the male as she has a slightly narrower face and smaller ears from her new beau.
Jen said that the foxes like to play together and as she works from home she was able to take photos of the pair playing together.
“I work from home and keep a camera on the windowsill in my office as he comes out most days, sometimes he comes quite close to the house.