posted on Jun, 22 2013 @ 05:38 AM
That fox knew he/she had been outfoxed by the tasty peanut butter jar and would die without the submission of vulnerable help. The unfortunate thing
had probably worn itself and its neck ragged trying to get out of the jar, not to mention the heat without water factor. When it turned around it
probably thought, "Wow, I wish they had some food or water too! Nope? Gotta go find water and food not in a jar. Later!... and THANKS!". I bet when
it got to the water it said, "Fuggin ay".
We have a lot of fox in our area. They are always skulking in the back forty trying to come up at night to get at the neighbors chickens. The
other night at about one in the morning a lost fox was out back walking in circles crying for a mother or mates. It made a hell of a racket. You could
tell it was making a big circle by the carry of its cry. We see some pretty big foxes out back. They are desperate for the chickens so one has to take
pretty careful and clever approaches to keep the birds safe. I can often here the fox at night trying to get past the constructed barrier to the
chicken coupe. Yet if we were to trap them and relocate them they might either find there way back or more would be sure to follow as I'm not clear
on their territorial behavior.
Can anyone say if their nomads without me googleing it?
Just the chance to get close to one like that was a hell of an experience for any human. I'm glad they had it on video.
No one should kill anything they aren't going to eat if they can help it any other way. I deer hunt for food but I have relocated more turtles
than I can count to local ponds. I often wonder how the hell they get so far way from a water source sometimes. Gotta be a slow walk... Make it a
great day people.