On the side of a highway, a red fox named Cropper was discovered and saved at Turnbridge Wells in England by The Fox Project. The rescue couldn’t let him return to the wild because he was badly wounded and ill (toxoplasmosis).
They had only two decisions for that reason: put him down or find him a home. However, searching for a wild animal’s home was very hard. All stuck until a retired engineer, Mike Trowler, appeared.
Mike said the fox conduct impressed him and spent his time dealing with them. Mike took Cropper home for this purpose and nursed him back to health. He also helps and fosters orphaned fox cubs in addition to taking care of wounded foxes until they can return to the wild.
During his moment at his new house, Mike’s patience, love and determination cared for Cropper and became a member of Mike’s family. He often robbed food from the dog’s platform, played with the cats, and enjoyed curling with Mike.
The two created an unlikely friendship rapidly and their incredible tale will be shown in the video below.