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Foxes

 

It is not unusual to see fox kits on their own playing for long periods of time while their parents are off foraging and hunting.  Keep a healthy distance from them and watch them.  If they are full of energy, playing, leaping and in short, acting like normal, they do not need any intervention. 

 

Even if only one parent is around, they will continue to provide care for the kits.   You should only intervene if you see visible and obvious signs of weakness, illness, or injury to them and are certain that both parents are dead.

 

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