I love your blog... Ever since I began obsessing over foxes, searching for pictures of them has been terrible... I can't scroll through five images without there being a dead one, or the skin of the fox... Google just doesn't filter shit. It makes me pissed off, and sad, and losing hope for humanity when I'm just trying to look for cute innocent fox faces :( So how do you find your fox pictures?
I would definitely recommend using Flickr to look at straight fox photos! That’s where I post the majority of my fox photos from, when they’re not reblogs.
Theres a hole in our decking out back and a big table that's leant up against a wall making a sort of hidey hole and in Summer we realised that a fox had taken up residence. We weren't sure what to do but we thought it was best to leave it be. One day I was lying on the sofa and I looked over and the fox was just stood there watching me. Like an idiot I nodded at it. It flicked an ear and then went back inside it's den. When it got colder at Winter, it moved on.
That’s so cool! We had a fox living under our deck during the summer one time, my dad hated it, but of course I thought it was awesome :)
A couple years ago my family moved to Colorado and i was out behind the houses one day and i ran into a mama fox with two little babies. I just sat there and watched her carry her pups away. It was really amazing! (:
How precious!!! I’m super jealous! I hope to see some kits one day, even if it’s in captivity! Baby versions of the things you like just always seem to be cuter for some reason!
Foxes aren't common in my country :( but I love foxes!
Oh no I’m sorry :( hopefully one day you’ll get to travel to a country that does have them and you’ll get to see one! Seeing a life lister in the wild is such an indescribable experience, especially if it takes years to see it (I got my eye on you, golden eagle)
my fox story isn't a very nice one unfortunately. I grew up on something of a farm, we raised our own chickens and turkeys and things for eating. One year, after we built a new turkey coop, a fox was able to enter it. He only ate (most of) one turkey, but killed every single one. That is the difference between a fox and a dog or coyote. I don't think it's a bad thing (except for then we couldn't eat the birds). It just shows their level of cunning.
Yeaaahhhh it’s unfortunately why foxes are often considered pests, or why my family hasn’t seriously invested in backyard hens, because of the foxes. I’m really sorry that happened :(
When I was younger we had this big dirt hill in our back field and for years a fox family made a home in it. One time I was sitting on our porch when the mother fox was dragging a deer back to the den and the three kits were jumping on it and running around her, excited for the delicious meal they were certain they would receive. As they made it to the den they all crawled inside but there was one who hadn't gone in yet and a hawk swooped down and tried to get him but he got low and scurry insid
First, damn, it was dragging a deer? Must’ve been a fawn or not too much left of the deer. But that still sounds crazy!! A hawk trying to get them?! Definitely an awesome wildlife moment!
I'm not the anon that sent you the first story. A couple weeks before i moved, a fox started hanging out in my neighborhood. My street dead-ends into a small patch of woods. The first time i heard him or her out was late one night and i heard him call. I had never heard a fox irl before but i knew what one sounded like and i couldn't believe my ears! The second night i got a peek at him and it's a silver fox! I can't wait until i visit my home, i really hope he or she is still there.
Ahhh a silver fox in the wild?!? Man am I seriously jealous. Fox calls are creepy though, right? Sounds like a demon noise…coming from an adorable beast.
One summer I was sitting with my friend by the beach at night, and a fox showed up. It came towards us and it licked my boot.. and went away. It's been maybe 7 years or so now, and I still see a fox by that beach on summer nights, not sure if it's the same one though:)
Wow, this really are some impressive experiences. I don’t recommend getting close to wild animals, but it’s always great when people have positive experiences with them!
While you're asking for fox stories... :) When I was 7 or so, my mom and I were at a playground at a provincial park when a fox came out of the woods, wandered around a bit, sniffed my mom's toes (she was wearing sandals sand was worried it would bite her toes off) and left. I was surprised at how big it was--I thought it was a dog at first! I was a little scared at the time, but I just stayed still and let it go about its foxy business, and afterward I was sort of obsessed with foxes.
Wow, that really does sound like a phenomenal experience. Anyone else could be lucky to have such a close and mysterious experience with an animal!
Hey! Hey you! Yeah, you. You know who has a pretty freaking fantastic blog? That's right! You do! All the adorable, fancy foxes are awesome! And it's not called fuck yeah fox -friends- for nothing. All the other things–costumes, movie gif sets, wolves and other animals, news articles, etc.–are great to see! Keep up the fancy blogging!
Awwww thank you!!! This just warmed my heart! :)))