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Oh! Also! [Oct. 15th, 2007|02:43 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
I saw three (count them!) foxes on Saturday night. (Apart from all the h0t
chixxorz at the party obv.) One was accross the road from hoshuteki's house, the other was on the walk back to Peckham Rye
and the third was on Peckham Rye while I was waiting for a bus back to
town. For half an hour, because the bus times at that time of night are 03,
29, 33 and 59 minutes past the hour. TSK. Who planned that then? The foxes
were really bold though - I'm used to foxes legging it as soon as they see
a person, but these were happy to stop and stare me out. They ran off as
soon as I pulled my phone out to take a picture though, so they're as
publicity shy as ever.
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[User Picture]From: hoshuteki
2007-10-15 01:49 pm (UTC)
Yeah I see a lot of the foxes. They also leave litter in the garden for us, which is thoughtful, but I'd rather they didn't.
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[User Picture]From: obsessive_katy
2007-10-15 01:51 pm (UTC)

Brave foxes.

My Gran reports that she found a fox cub curled up asleep on her doormat (in Southampton) a couple of weeks ago. More than happy to stay there contentedly as she watched it.

xx
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[User Picture]From: eyekiller
2007-10-15 02:41 pm (UTC)
the foxes out the back just stare at you until you get bored and go away. The know no fear these days. Except the one that lives near Oscar who is afeared of Oscar. Oscar has fox bites all the time. I bet he catches mange. Anyway, he doesn't chase them unless the run away, if they just stay he just sits and looks at them.
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[User Picture]From: monkeyssk8
2007-10-15 03:11 pm (UTC)
You looked like a kid when you saw that fox! I was happy to see your expression!
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