This is one happy fox

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+8 1. Awax commented 8 years ago

Foxy lady :P

if it's female :)
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+6 2. zxoxz commented 8 years ago

The link is a real good info site on owning a fox
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+8 3. UofMichFan commented 8 years ago

@4ubZer0 Are you high? There was nothing fearful about that, it was just happy.
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-15 4. fixento2 commented 8 years ago

I'm amazed by people who want to own wild animals other than orphaned. They have absolutely no respect for wildlife. With the number and variety of pets available why would you own a wild animal other then if you have real identity problems and need attention from others.
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+15 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

Yay, it's Mozilla I.R.L.! <3
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+10 6. whiteshiro commented 8 years ago

Let me make this clear, that in this video the animal is in a center for foxes that have been either hurt or are sick.
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+3 7. Thanny commented 8 years ago

#4 Every domesticated animal species on the planet came from a wild ancestor. Obviously. Can you think of any cogent reason why we should prevent new domestication, on any scale, for any animal which isn't endangered in the wild?
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-4 8. ughlah commented 8 years ago

Foxes aren't dogs. If a dogs tail was in that position #(removed comment) would have been right. A dog wouldn't wave its tail if he was in fear, though.
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0 9. bountyhunter53 commented 8 years ago

That vid is deemed worth of being used for a FireFox ad LOL!
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+3 10. chuchesaku commented 8 years ago

#8 your argument is bad
and you should feel bad.

Ever saw a scared fox? I don't think you did.
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-3 11. ughlah commented 8 years ago

I have no clue, what you want to tell me, Chuchesaku.

And yes, I have seen scared foxes. Lowered head and fleeing after a second.
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+2 12. Boody commented 8 years ago

i wanttttttttttttt onnnnnnnnnnnne :'(
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0 13. herial commented 8 years ago

#5 it's not burning! FAKE :P
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+1 14. TooRealToKill commented 8 years ago

Nature is beautiful!
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+2 15. fixento2 commented 8 years ago

#4 yes, off the top of my head three that I can think of: giant pythons, anacondas and boa constrictors in the Florida Everglades and other exotic pets [wildlife] that loving owners have released into the wild. Most die because they don't know or remember how to survive in the wild after they stop being cute pets.

The votes prove my point and it would be better if people would adopt a domesticated animal in need of a home.
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0 16. MilicaHzs commented 8 years ago

Ooo, simply adorable! Cuter than a baby! I wanna pet her, she reminds me of my dog! <3 <3 <3 <3