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Through The Glass A Fox Meets A Kitten

Jennifer Rutter loves animals via the windows of her London home on a regular basis, but she has had a special visitor since February.

Every day, a brave little fox hangs out in Jennifer’s yard and likes sunbathing on her windowsill; she couldn’t be happier with her delightful guest.

The woman is unconcerned about having a wild fox as a neighbor, especially because it is a very friendly and quiet animal. In addition, as a show of thanks, he frequently drops a few gifts outside Jennifer’s window.

Jennifer explained to The Dodo:

“I see that virtually every day, and she’s one of our neighborhood’s favorites. From their rooms’ windows, the children look after her.

Jennifer narrates:

‘She appears to be quite kind and nice.’ Apart from the garbage she leaves in my yard, [she] gets off the sidewalk to allow others to pass, and she’s quite welcome! It has provided me with several ‘gifts.’ I had a bag of rotting lemons, a bunch of chicken thighs, a solitary sausage, and a small toy car; bread seemed to be a popular choice.

However, no one had ever interacted with the wild animal before, sσ when Rutter’s cat, Dodo, decided to make a new buddy, he didn’t think twice about approaching the curious fox.

Dodo was in the home office with his mother when the fox reappeared at the window. Sσ, without a second’s hesitation, the daring cat jumped at the chance to play with the wild fox.

Jennifer recalls:

“I was on my knees with Dodo, pointing to the fox. She leaped into the window, attracting the fox’s attention, and I began shooting. I’d never seen them connect before, and seeing them reflect on each other was quite poignant.”

Dodo fiddled with the window, issued small squeaks of greeting, and then cheerfully resumed to business, while the attentive fox observed. Jennifer is excited to see what gifts the fox will bring at their next encounter, and the woman and Dodo look forward to future visits from the fox.

Jennifer concluded by saying:

“I didn’t think the fox was a threat; he appeared interested and playful.” It seemed as though Dodo had interrupted her and she was compassionately attending to the tiny cat.