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A Tired Baby Fennec Fox Making Cute Sounds

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  1. @Emanuelmartins69:

    yes, depending on where you live, you need a license, that’s all πŸ™‚
    they’re also expensive, but not more so than a fancy purebred puppy.

  2. @Tarasque018 i dunno, he looks pretty happy in their home. all domesticated animals „belonged in the wild“ at one point but were raised around humans as pets. its just what we do

  3. @Tarasque018 Fennec foxes are also domesticated as of recently. They end up hunted down or starved off. And the desert is full of scarce food. These fennecs aren’t exactly everywhere, so there needs to be a repopulation sometime, and they’re better off at a home than on the wild, where they survive the most because they don’t find the necessary food today as they did years ago.

  4. All animals were „exotic“ animals at some stage. Humans have already ruined the natural distribution of most animals, so why should it matter?

  5. I swear, fennec foxes are like 1/3 dog 1/3 cat/ and 1/3 lemur.
    Why? Their squeaking and yelling is somewhat similar to lemur behavior.
    The cat-like agility and body frame design is not to question.
    Yet, most physical and behavioral traits are doglike.

    It’s the perfect animal πŸ™‚

  6. @ktrany55 That’s actually a common misconception. There is no fox lineage in chihuahuas; it’s physically impossible. They do have a proud lineage in Mexico, though, and are related to the hairless dogs of Central and South America, which are pretty awesome too.

  7. @FearfulFloof You’d probably have to look it up on where to get one–but they’re expensive and you’ll have to do a lot of research on the fox before getting one. And I heard some places you have to have a license. ^^; Hope this helps a little bit.

  8. I don’t know which part is the cutest: when he tries to ‚talk‘ but it ends up a yawn because he is so tired…or „say hello the ladies“ when he stretches out and poses for the camera. „Helloooo ladies.“ Priceless.

  9. Ever since I’ve seen these videos of Fennec foxes, I’ve been wanting one myself! Do you know of a good breeder or somewhere where I can go and see these guys? I want to get professional advice to see if I would be able to handle having a fox. <3

  10. @SilverZeo88 Fennec foxes come from the desert biome, so they’re adapted to high temperatures. Granted, in a house you can’t provide such temperatures, but it’s comforting for them to have their own heat rock. It’s not life threatening if they don’t have the desert’s heat, but it is comforting for them. I don’t actually own one, so I’m not entirely sure on facts, but I’d imagine it’s like how sugargliders enjoy heating rocks, too. Sugargliders love nothing more than snuggling up with warmth.

  11. @cintay1 yes they’re originally from the wild, but that doesnt mean he’s miserable. did u see how comfortable he looked, and everytime she stopped petting him he looked at her like ‚dont stop!‘. i know people are just trying to stick up for animal freedom, but sometimes they dont mind. its not like he’s in a cage on display all the time. he’s got a home, and a family who care about him. much different than the zoo or something like that. i think he’s fine.

  12. @lordmat666 They are very often kept as pets, as Scout here has. I would imagine such small and speedy foxes such as these would be quite difficult to catch! You might be able to get one if they are legal in your country/area!

  13. I LOVE THOSE EARS, when I move I’m gonna be looking into getting to know more about these little guys, I want one as a pet, but I feel it’d be irresponsible to get one without knowing first off how to properly care for it.

  14. Scout is absolutely adorable! Please keep posting videos. It’s great to get to watch him until I can have one of my own!

  15. Scout is absolutely adorable! Please keep posting videos. It’s great to get to watch him until I can have one of my own!

  16. I love fennec foxes! I love how their ears are bigger than their actual body =:) I love Scout’s rock, it probably reminds him of his hot desert hometown!

  17. I love fennec foxes! I love how their ears are bigger than their actual body =:) I love Scout’s rock, it probably reminds him of his hot desert hometown!

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