Delightful interaction between two rescued animals; fox and cat

Two rescued animals: check out how much they like each other:

Macavity the mystery cat in the video came down out of the Kouga mountains to the lonely little cottage where we were taking a working holiday.  No human habitation for miles – Heaven knows how she got there.  Never have we seen such poor condition in an animal – she was literally starving.  Her backbone jutted out like a shark’s fin.  Her ear was torn and bleeding.  She was living on grasshoppers!

My partner Bev and I ran a wildlife rehab centre in the Kalahari for seven years and we cannot turn away from any animal in distress.  So we adopted her, fed her up, had her spayed and just look how content she is now.  Macavity rules the roost.  She gives the bat-eared fox a whack when the grooming gets toooo much.

Chris Mercer


7 Comments on “Delightful interaction between two rescued animals; fox and cat”

  1. Alvin Khanna says:

    Thanks for legitimately using permissible grammar. Almost all sites were absolute gibberish. Breathtaking website & writing skills. You my friend have Talent! I just StumbledUpon this. Not bad. I’ll give it a thumbs up.

  2. cannedlion says:

    Thanks glad you like it. We’ll keep posting little wildlife stories to it every week.

  3. Have you ever considered about adding a little bit more than just your articles? I mean, what you say is valuable and all. However think of if you added some great graphics or videos to give your posts more, “pop”! Your content is excellent but with pics and videos, this site could certainly be one of the best in its niche. Very good blog!

    • cannedlion says:

      Thanks for your comments. Yes, quite right and we have much unique wildlife video footage from our rehab days. We plan to use this material more as we get more comfortable working on the Internet.

  4. Virginia Greenwood-Warner says:

    Wonderful site! Just loved the kit and the fox!!!! Thank you for saving the kit – she is beautiful now!

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