Kim was woken up by the sound of her daughter calling for her. She immediately rushed downstairs and what she saw in the kitchen sent shivers down her spine.
A wild fox was sleeping on top of their microwave!
Although a fox might not be the most dangerous wild animal, it has a strong bite and can easily injure a human.
But it was clear that this fox was used to people and their homes as it appeared to be relaxed and calm. So how did it get inside Kim’s home?
When Kim saw the fox, the first thought that came to her mind was, what if the fox was hungry? Unfortunately, she didn’t have anything in her house that would satisfy her appetite.
This thought scared her, and she decided to try and wake the fox up before it was too late.
Kim started making loud noises from the corner of the kitchen, hoping that the animal would wake up and leave their house.
But the fox didn’t seem to mind the noise and kept sleeping. This was when the worried mom decided to call for help.
Kim called the RSCPA, and they sent a unit to help her out. RSCPA is the largest animal rescue organization in the UK, and she made the right decision by contacting them.
She couldn’t deal with the fox alone, and it couldn’t stay in her house any longer.
The RSCPA team was surprised to see that the animal wasn’t aggressive with Kim and her daughter.
It was sleeping on top of the microwave, completely unaware of the presence of the animal rescue volunteers.
No one could figure out how the fox got into Kim’s house.
Did they forget to close the door or window? Or did Kim’s children let her in?
Kim figured she must’ve forgotten to lock the front door because all her windows were closed.
The RSCPA team carefully lifted the fox up and took it to the vet. They wanted to ensure the animal wasn’t sick before releasing it into the wild.
The animal wasn’t too happy about being put in a cage. However, the volunteers made sure the cage was comfortable, and they left lots of food inside.
The animal rescuers then rushed the fox to a local vet clinic to have it checked out.
Fortunately, the fox was healthy and didn’t suffer any injuries. After receiving the good news, the volunteers decided it was time to release the animal back into the wild.
Although the fox initially scared Kim and her daughter, they quickly grew to like her.
Kim and her daughter made sure the fox got all the medical treatment it needed and all the food she could ever eat.
Now, it was time to release the animal back into the wild.
The fox was reunited with her family in the woods. This story reminds us of another fox who snuck into someone’s house.
This fox snuck into a man’s house and jumped into the cat’s bed.
As you can see in this picture, the cat wasn’t happy with the fox occupying his bed, and he attempted to fight her.
However, the fox didn’t want any trouble, and she decided to run away.
Animal experts claim that the reason why foxes visit people’s houses is to search for food.
This is why they usually occupy the kitchen and not the bedroom.
Finding a wild animal at home can be scary, but not all animals will hurt you. The fox Kim found in her house was friendly and calm. She was probably just hungry, and that’s why she entered the house.
How would you react if you saw a wild animal in your home?