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Adorable Baby Fox Rescued From Fence In Crestwood

Crestwood Animal Control Officer Nancy Hunt is currently treating the fox for mange at the city's animal shelter in Whitecliff Park.

Nancy Hunt and her rescue
Nancy Hunt and her rescue
Several residents know that Crestwood Animal Control operates its own shelter and facilitates adoptions with domestic pets, but did you know they answer a variety of other animal-related calls?

Animal Control Officer Nancy Hunt has dealt with raccoons at the public pool, a stalking duck, even a loose squirrel inside the UPS store, according to one shelter volunteer.

On Tuesday Hunt was called to a Crestwood resident's home where a baby fox needed to be cut free from a chain link fence. The fox is staying at the Crestwood Animal Shelter while he is treated for mange.
Karlie Baker June 27, 2013 at 08:59 AM
Browns44, your was flagged as inappropriate, therefore it was removed. Perhaps you're better off finding a forum for fur lovers.
Michele T. Smith June 27, 2013 at 09:46 AM
Thank you Nancy for the good work you do for the City of Crestwood. It is much appreciated. What a cute little fox. Awww!
Mary Sue Pensel June 27, 2013 at 10:24 AM
Where in Crestwood was this baby found? Thanks for all you do.
Chris Court June 27, 2013 at 10:38 AM
Last year, I saw an adult red fox crossing Pardee Ln. I would imagine there is a fox den somewhere in Whitecliff park...

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