Meet The Foxes
"Our mission is to improve the lives of domestic foxes. To educate, to promote good ownership practices, to prevent the displacement of foxes, and to provide homes for foxes in need."
Meet Thystle! Thystle is a Red Fox. She was born March-17-2017. She was born on a furfarm in Iowa, where she was destined to be killed for her fur. Luckily for her, her mother rejected her which allowed her to be saved, by Saveafox. We later adopted her, and she has lived with us ever since.
Thystle enjoys going on walks and exploring new places. She’s very sweet and outgoing, eager to meet nearly anyone. Her favorite toys are holey roller balls and squeaky toys, her favorite food is chicken!
Rowyn is a more “hands off” fox and while he enjoys being around people, he prefers you to look and not touch. I am lucky to have him groom me on occasion and he allows the occasional nose boops.
Rowyns favorite food is rabbit and his favorite toys are tennis balls and squeaky toys!
🌈 Spring 2021 to 11-1-2021
Hoshi has crossed the rainbow bridge he was sponsored by Lexi L.
He came into my life this spring as a surrendered fox. He had several homes already at 8 weeks old. I promised him, I was his forever home and we were. I gave him the very best life I could and he gave me the most special and strongest bond a fox could give.
Hoshi left paw prints on my heart, and the hearts of thousands of his online followers. The incarnation of chaos. The craziest little fox I have ever met.
Hoshi will forever leave a paw print on my heart and I hope he does all of yours too.
Hoshi was a “pearl cross” colored fox
Myobu & Floki
Meet Myobu and Floki! Myobu and Floki were both taken in as surrenders from a fox breeder here in Oklahoma. They are choosing to take a more educational direction with their facility, rather than breeding and selling pets mainly, so chose to downsize how many animals they had. Myobu and Floki are also senior foxes, born around spring 2014, so they are ready to retire! They will spend the rest of their lives pampered in our care. Floki has been spayed, so no more babies for them! Myobu is a “white marble” and Floki is a “silver marble”. Both of them are Red Foxes.
Meet Jasmine! We have very little info on Jazzy foxes past! We took her in as a transfer from another animal rescue. She was born spring 2021. While she is full grown she’s a mini fox, and only about half the size of the other adult foxes! She is a “platinum” colored Red Fox.
Meet Alacade. Alacade was a surrendered pet fox. While is family loved him a lot, they unfortunately lived in a place that was illegal to keep foxes. We aren’t 100% sure what his color is, but he looks closest to a “pearl” colored red fox. We believe he may also have the “fire factor” gene or even may possibly be a “moon glow”. It’s hard to say what this unique boy is. All we know is he is cute! He’s a very sweet friendly boy, who loves his stuffed monkey toy. He was born in spring of 2021.
Meet Swiper! Swiper is a “cinnamon” colored red Fox. He was born March 24 2021. He was a surrendered pet fox. And he’s a TRIPOD! Swiper was in an accident before coming to us and had to have one of his legs removed. But not to worry! He gets along just as well as any other fox. His family loved him very much, and made the difficult decision to surrender him to ensure that he would be safe and happy in our care.
Meet Luca! Luca is a “cinnamon marble” colored red fox. He was born spring of 2021. Luca was a pet fox, who after being purchased was confiscated from his family because they lived in an illegal city. After being confiscated he went to live with a wildlife rehabber. Later down the road the rehabber decided it was in Lucas best interest to transfer him into our care so he could have more space and be with other foxes!
🌈 spring 2018 to August 25 2022
- Sasha has crossed the rainbow bridge she was sponsored by Kim L.
Meet Sasha! Sasha was born about Spring 2018 or so. She is a “Pearl cross” colored Red Fox. She was taken in by another rescue in 2020 and adopted locally. She was surrendered due to her not getting along with the other female fox she lived with. It was her and the other foxes best interest to be separated. This is super common! Female foxes often do not get along unless raised together. We hope to be able to pair her with Swiper once she settles in! They are currently neighbors and getting along well!