A wild animal had probably bitten the fox baby, who was around a month old, on the neck and had been separated from his family. Luckily, the little fox puppy quickly gained confidence in his rescuers and was fed replacement milk. In the next video you can see how cute Fratz is getting better and better. With newspapers, dog bowls, cat litter boxes, a cardboard box and cuddly toys, the Ouimettes made it really comfortable for the baby fox and after three days it has recovered significantly.
The first excursion in the garden after the rescue still intimidates the mini fox. But he is happy to be fed and even petted. After five days, the sweet button is much more lively, talkative and hungry - a really good sign! Unfortunately, wild foxes cannot be kept as pets, so it is time to say goodbye. The little fox comes to a wildlife station, where it can grow big and strong and eventually be released into the wild.