When the Fox Project rescued a terribly hurt and ill fox that was found on the side of the road, no one might have predicted that it would lead to a gorgeous friendship in between the fox and a retired designer named Mike Trowler.
The red fox named Cropper obviously had actually been wounded by a canine and also had contracted toxoplasmosis, a serious infection. He was sick and weak and had actually collapsed on the side of the road in Turnbridge Wells, England. The Fox Project identified that the copper colored fox would certainly never ever be able to return to the wild so they started to look for somebody who might care for the animal.
It’s not easy to find an appropriate home for a wild animal so it would certainly take a special person to take care of the injured fox. They met Mike, who had experience taking care of orphaned and injured foxes, and had experience rehabilitating them. He was the best person to look after Cropper and the willing heart to do so.
He took Cropper into his home and nursed him back to health. The fluffy fox soon started feeling much better and both became inseparable. The pair went on walks, snuggled, took naps, and shared lots of hugs and kisses. Cropper also suched as to ride about on Mike’s shoulders.
Cropper made himself at home with Mike and his various other animals. They would certainly usually play with the cats and steal food from the canine’s dish. He became an important part of the family and fluffy friend until he sadly passed away 7 years later.
Shortly after, Mike took in anther fox that needed a caring house. Not everyone is equipped to look after wildlife and it should be left to individuals with training and the capacity to handle the job so we are very grateful for caring people like Mike who take on the huge responsibility.