Nonsense. Foxes can be very nasty, as anyone who lives in the country will tell you.
Other people who will confirm that are the couple in Hampstead who, in 2010, wondered into their baby daughters' bedroom to find them being mauled by a fox.
Unfortunately, since Labour's ban on foxhunting in 2005, which I have never agreed with, such attacks by foxes on humans are becoming more common as their numbers continue to spiral upwards.
LIke the smoking in pubs ban, it is one Labour policy which should be reversed.
City foxes are very tame. They see humans all the time all around them so they aren't afraid.
Yet more anti-human tripe.
When a fox wonders into someone's garden and tries to eat a three-year-old child, or when one wonders into two baby girls' bedroom and mauls them in their beds, then it is the FOX which is the problem, not the human.
And where do you think humans' natural habitat is? The seas and oceans? The sky? Mars?
No, it's land on Earth. We are not taking the fox's habitat. It's OUR habitat.
Edited by TheLastLazyGun, 26 January 2013 - 03:59 PM.