Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Man In London Finds Wild Fox Lounging On His Rooftop.

He offered Mr. Fox some food, and it worked!

The fox jumped right up and made his way to Tom's outstretched hand. He enjoyed a delicious snack, gave his thanks to Tom, and the fox began his journey to another place.

Oddly enough, the fox that visited Tom isn't the only fox that's mingling with humans!

It seems that plenty of foxes like to call the streets of London their home. During the 1930s, when humans began taking over their territory, foxes began to move into the city.

Oddly enough, the fox that visited Tom isn't the only fox that's mingling with humans!

They're known as urban foxes and people regularly have interactions with them.

They don't harm anyone at all. They just want to be able to enjoy a relaxing day just like anyone else!

They're known as urban foxes and people regularly have interactions with them.

Some of them have been seen visiting their favorite spots quite frequently!

It would not be a bad thing to have a fox come to visit you every day. What would you do if you had a foxy friend sleeping in your garden?

Some of them have been seen visiting their favorite spots quite frequently!

Source: BBC

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