Rescued baby fox loves taking naps with his bunny toy
For an orphaned animal, life in the wild is more than complicated. Chances of survival are extremely tinny and only a miracle could turn the things around. Fortunately, for this baby fox the help came just in time.
Puggle was only a couple of weeks old when a family in London found him in their garden. He was so confused and scared. The rescuers immediately reached the National Fox Welfare Society (NFWS) and the little one was took in.
“When Puggle first came in he would often, like many of the cubs on the bottle, would just fall asleep in your hands after having his meal,” the NFWS told The Dodo. “So it was just a case of eat and sleep, every four hours.”
Being all alone, without a mom to comfort and love, the life was anything but easy for Puggle. But, thankfully, it didn’t took too long until the adorable baby fox found a friend – a plush bunny toy. And of course, everyone’s heart got melted when they first spotted the rescue fox cuddling with his newest buddy. He just loves snuggling with his favorite toy. In fact, the two even sleep together, so inseparable they became.
“Puggle has a love hate relationship with it,” the NFWS told Bored Panda. “When he is tired, he loves to snuggle up to the rabbit, but after eating and full of play, he likes to shake the rabbit and throw it around.”
Thanks to those kind people, the orphan baby fox is now healthy and he soon will be “integrated with other cubs his own age and size, in preparation for his eventual release back to the wild,” according to the NFWS. But until that day comes, the cute little one enjoys his days at the facility.