Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Playful Foxes Recreate 2016’s Most Controversial Christmas Advert.

As cities begin to grow, they rapidly encroach in the natural habitats of animals. For some animals, they move further into the countryside, while others simply choose to stay put and live alongside the hustle and bustle humans have made in the once quiet and lush areas.

In England for example, it is very common for residents to see foxes roaming through their backyards looking for water, food, or a place to lounge around. While most people have grown accustomed to seeing these woodland creatures others find them to be pests.

According to the Mammal Research Unite from the University of Bristol, there are 33,000 urban foxes. Their curiosity and brazen personalities have prompted the Brits to have their cameras ready to document whatever new predicament these beautiful creatures get into next.

Dora Nightingale loves the friendly visits she receives from the foxes in her area.

Dora Nightingale loves the friendly visits she receives from the foxes in her area.

Mercury Press

She loves filming and photographing all of their shenanigans in her home in Worthing in West Sussex.

She loves filming and photographing all of their shenanigans in her home in Worthing in West Sussex.

Mercury Press

The 52-year-old has named her regular guests; Fudge, Faith, and Freyr.

The 52-year-old has named her regular guests; Fudge, Faith, and Freyr.

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She caught the two animals having a blast on the patio chair and using it as a trampoline.

She caught the two animals having a blast on the patio chair and using it as a trampoline.

Mercury Press

Nightingale could not help but draw comparison's to the latest Christmas advert by John Lewis.

Nightingale could not help but draw comparison's to the latest Christmas advert by John Lewis.

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