Pattern Recognition

by Dhamaka

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about 5:30am, Monday before last I found this little guy helping himself to my rubbish

Caine says:

Aww. Poor little guy. His tail is much too thin. Ace shots, D. It just makes me a bit sad.

12th Jun 2007, 18:21

Dhamaka says:

me too Caine, me too

12th Jun 2007, 18:37

OJ says:

He's not early, he's late....

And I agree. Poor thing does look very thin.

12th Jun 2007, 19:00

paintist says:

catfood, they love catfood, I would feed him....

12th Jun 2007, 19:01

Dhamaka says:

OJ - he was at the rubbish bag within minutes of me putting it out

Paintist - Mum feeds him and his friends already

12th Jun 2007, 20:22

Dhamaka says:

those barks can be heart rending

.. any chance of some shots?

12th Jun 2007, 20:30

ukmari says:

He does not look bad. Foxes near our house are really dirty and hair is falling out. Looks like they have some kind of disease.

12th Jun 2007, 20:39

Dhamaka says:

He doesn't look unhealthy, you're right
But he looks so undernourished

12th Jun 2007, 20:41

minkey says:

probably can be quite tame as well unfortunately for him/her
but you are right he probably doesn't get all the food he could get

12th Jun 2007, 20:48

Sprocket says:

Looks a bit skinny, but there's no obvious signs of mange. Could be a parent and so all his/her food is currently being passed straight on to the cubs.

12th Jun 2007, 22:11

BaggieBoy says:

Relation of FF?

12th Jun 2007, 22:28

Dhamaka says:

BaggieBoy - you tell me...
095 - thank you!
Hotdog - yes. Just underfed
Minkey - very tame, it came forward when I called
Sprocket - I hope so

13th Jun 2007, 07:33

Viv says:

go with the parent theory

13th Jun 2007, 14:13

Dhamaka says:

It makes me feel better to do so, Viv

13th Jun 2007, 23:41

MaggieD says:

Have very mixed feelings about urban foxes .... but when we had a vixen and her litter at the bottom of our garden, my heart just melted .....

14th Jun 2007, 19:04

Dhamaka says:

I have mixed feelings too, but really don't like to think the animals suffer

14th Jun 2007, 20:26

alicat9 says:

it's a springwatch phenomenon! lovely to see so many people photographing wildlife :) Good catch

17th Jun 2007, 13:03

oh my gosh, dhamaka i would be spending all my grocery money on him. the poor dear. thank you for making everyone aware. maybe he needs help healing.ohh i have to scroll down, poor little guy.

23rd Jun 2007, 19:01

Dhamaka says:

He's not that fat but he (or she) isn't that unhealthy and he/she sure knows how to get to the rubbish

24th Jun 2007, 02:47