Animals | March 30, 2022 2:53 PM | hangbony
Here’s a story of Woody the fox and his devoted owner, Yaroslav. Woody was basically raised on a fur farm and was destined to be slaughtered, so he ended up on someone’s collar. Yaroslav appeared in 2015 and took him away from the location.
He didn’t go full vigilante, though, because operating a hair ranch is permitted in some parts of Russia.
But as soon as Yaroslav saw Woody, he knew he couldn’t let that happen.
He spoke with the proprietors of the hair ranch, who agreed to sell the fox to him on the condition that he pay them the price they anticipated for his fur.
During his first days with Yaroslav, Woody was hesitant and genuinely did not want to interact with anyone. The abrupt changes in his surroundings should have underlined the poor person.
However, after a week or two, Yaroslav and Woody discovered they shared a common language, and they began to become good friends.
Because foxes might spread infections, the fox was quarantined for the first month at Yaroslav’s house.
Yaroslav eventually built a one-of-a-kind kennel for Woody to spend his time outside. Woody, being the mischievous fox that he is, dug a lot of tunnels and ventured out every now and again.
However, Yaroslav is concerned that Woody will not be able to survive in the woods because he has not learned all of the necessary skills as a result of his development months spent on a fur ranch.
Woody is currently well-fed and content with his lot in life. He only consumes natural items such as beef, cottage cheese, fruits, and vegetables. The persimmon fruit is his favorite food.
It’s important to emphasize how unusual it is for a fox to have found happiness while being domesticated, given that they’re not precisely family pets in any way.
It’s not as simple as it appears, according to Yaroslav. He compares it to having a naughty kitty and a canine rolled into one. Regardless, Woody and the internet congratulate him for giving the fox a new lease on life.
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