In a recent video released with the permission of the Wildlife Relief Foundation, this was demonstrated by a group of volunteers and rescue workers and a young kitten, who was stuck in a football net with claws on the field. Initially, the young fox tried to save himself by chewing on the ropes - but proved to be sterile as the ropes were too thick to be chewed. Fortunately, the staff of the Wildlife Aid Foundation came on time to help the little guy.
The little fox cub initially felt that the human hands were strange and tried to escape and struggle more. Staff square cutter - carefully worked their way but the fox had been well mixed. The ropes were small foxes - especially the neck area.
The little fox was looking anxiously around him waiting for his saviors to get rid of the ropes. While rescuers calmed their claws, they had to calm down and keep the fox steady.
The fox was successfully got out, and the little fox returned to his mother!
The mission of the Animal Organization is to save, rehabilitate and re-liberate animals that face such situations.
the lucky fox cub was freed to back to nature, You did a great job rescueres thank you
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