Foxy visitor this morning……. (1 Viewer)

Jenben

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We have one that comes up the path to our house but it only seems to come in the garden in the winter .
 

makems

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We have one that visits us occasionally. I have seen it twice late at night when returning home from a gig. I know when it has been because it always seems to shit on our front lawn (a dog-owning owner who I speak to frequently when he passes tells me it is fox shit - I wouldn’t know the difference)
 
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AndyPK

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You certainly would if your dog rolled in it…..! o_O o_O o_O

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Lenny HB

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We live next to a field and have them in the garden most days, don't cause us any problems but they have eaten a few of our chickens in the past.
My mate not so lucky he has town foxes in his garden twice they have chewed through the rear lighting loom on his Motorhome last time they chomped through all 13 cables, muggings here repaired it both times.
 
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Been there, done that!! (y) (y)

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lynnian

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We live in a large estate and regularly get 5 or 6 foxes on a regular basis . Got a couple of video's of them fighting asserting there dominance. Funny watching how the submissive one reacts.
Also have a badger visiting. Put the camera out to see if we had hedgehogs but not found one yet just the odd rat .

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Iv'e had my laying hens wiped out a few times over the years. A local garden centre sells eggs, he had a fox problem, he used to wait for them coming at night and shot a few. He got grief from his fox loving neighbours, he found out they were feeding them cat food to encourage them as he was trying to protect his hens. He said the teeth the shot foxes had were so bad and old that had it not been for the cat food they would have died as they couldn't feed them selves. They would wipe him out and only take one bird as they do, I hate the bloody things.
 
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They are a complete pain they used to live in a den under next doors summer house until last week when they became homeless, they make such a mess in the garden digging up bulbs and messing everywhere and in the summer they sunbathe on my garage roof until the see me. I live next to a forest of 6000 acres why don't they live there
 

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