In February, a fox was taken to Humane Animal Rescue (HAR) because she was suffering from mange and needed some treatment. She had “a severe case of sarcoptic mange.” Because of her severe condition, she stayed with HAR for almost 100 days. Now that she recovered and is doing all better, HAR released her back into the wild where she belongs!
🦊 RELEASED! 🦊
We couldn’t be happier to report that after nearly 100 days in our care, we just released the mange fox! She required daily treatment by our team of licensed rehabbers, but was finally healthy enough to be returned to her natural habitat in Beaver County! (1/3) pic.twitter.com/6LHH2tlUKd
— Humane Animal Rescue (@HARSavesLives) May 5, 2020
Licensed rehabbers treated her every single day and gave her a special diet, but the rescuers are very happy to see her back in her natural habitat. That is the goal after all, wild animals are not pets and belong in the wild where they can live freely and follow their instincts.
In the video, the fox can be seen adorably looking back at her rescuers while still joyfully returning to the wild.
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