Meet Jenifer Rutter, who enjoys nothing more than gazing out her window. She has, however, had a remarkable visitor since February.
An unruly young fox frequents her garden and enjoys relaxing on Rutter’s window sill. The fox visited them frequently and brought up Jenifer. The young folks watch for her from the windows of their rooms.
Living next to a wild fox wouldn’t worry Rutter, especially considering how courteous the lady is. Rutter observed, “She looks, by all accounts, to be quite sweet and delicate.”
Notwithstanding the trash she leaves in my yard, she is allowed to go off the sidewalk so that others may pass. Even sometimes, the fox will leave Little gifts in his yard.
I have a bag of rotting limes, a group of chicken drumsticks, a single hotdog, and a small toy car. Bread appears to be a favorite.
Before last week, when Rutter’s cat Dodo chose to meet a new friend, no one had ever seen the wild fox. As the fox approached the window, Dodo was in the workspace with her mother.
The brave kitten seized the opportunity to interact with the fox in the wild. Dodo was perched on my knee as I pulled out the fox, Jenifer recalled.
“I began recording as she walked up to the window and stood out. I had never witnessed them communicate, so watching them imitate one another was heartwarming.