Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Fox And Hedgehog Meet Every Night To Have Dinner Together.

Ever-Expanding Family

Ever-Expanding Family

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She initially wanted to bring one creature home, she wound up with two Dachshunds. She named them Hans and Bruno. Oh, and she also adopted a cat named Libby. Now Goacher’s family was complete, but she had no idea that others would join her family. Then again, they didn’t give her much of a choice since Goacher would never turn her back on an animal.

Something’s Wrong

Something’s Wrong

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When winter inched closer last November, Goacher realized that Hans, Bruno, and Libby’s bowls were empty all the time. They were eating a lot, but they weren’t gaining weight. This worried her. Were they all sick? She was anxious. She had done her best to look after them and yet, something was obviously wrong. Then she realized what was wrong.

Uninvited Guest

Uninvited Guest

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One night in December, Goacher heard a strange noise in the garden, while she was sipping her tea. She decided to take a look through the window. Her pets did the same. She was immediately shocked. There was a teen fox sniffing the bowels for food. She immediately rushed to grab her camera, but the fox was gone by the time she came back. Then, Goacher realized what she could do to get the fox to come back.

Extra Food

Extra Food

In the weeks that followed, Goacher left some more food out. Then, she sat by the window with her tea cup, and waited for the fox to return. He finally did, and he brought company. Four foxes started visiting her and they were very hungry. They continued to pass by after winter was over. This gave Goacher the chance to take tons of photos. Then one night, another animal dropped by, but this one made her heart sink into her chest.

Vicious Animals?

Vicious Animals?

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Goacher was horrified. She watched helplessly as the tiny creature walked from behind a bush. The foxes turned and stared at the animal. “Don’t hurt him,” she said to herself. Foxes had the reputation of being vicious, but she had learned that this wasn’t true. The foxes were totally cool with Hans, Bruno, and Libby. But would they show the poor, defenseless hedgehog the same courtesy?

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