Birdnuts Registered User
#16

snipe02 said:
he could have been hand reared and have no real fear of humans or domestic pets



He's behaviour would suggest it allright - he was a very healthy well fed fox, so he's behaviour had nothing to do with him being starving and/or rabies etc. I wonder did he escape from that lad featured the current Channel 4 show about urban foxes

dodderangler Registered User
#17

Longranger said:
Brave my arse! Brazen is more like it. If he comes that close to you then he'll come a lot closer to your chickens, ducks, pups, maybe even your house. Just plug the fcuker.....simples.......

What ya mean pups a fox wouldn't take a pup would it? Never heard of a fox takin a pup

Longranger Registered User
#18

It happened a mate of mine a couple of years ago. Came through an open kitchen door and grabbed two four week old terrier pups out of the basket! luckily he saw it happen as he walked in at the right time. The fox dropped them and ran,but didn't make the end of the garden as both mammy and daddy were there at the time I know if was stupid to leave the door open but,who would expect that to happen. The brush is hanging in the dog run as a reminder to this day.....

good logs... Registered User
#19

i did not look at all the video, why did he not just let dog out...

djflawless Registered User
#20

cheeky ba*tard even took the time off to piss!!!!ohhhh i could just imagine the mossy knockin the sense out of him!!!!

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Longranger Registered User
#21

djflawless said:
cheeky ba*tard even took the time off to piss!!!!ohhhh i could just imagine the mossy knockin the sense out of him!!!!


That's for sure dj, I'd love to show him the business end of the ould maverick!

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