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    Is it safe to go in my back garden now? Will the fox attack me? How can I get it to leave my garden?

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    (Original post by samzy21)
    Is it safe to go in my back garden now? Will the fox attack me? How can I get it to leave my garden?

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    Are you kidding, the fox is far more scared of you than you are of it. If you go in your garden it will **** itself and run a mile, not attack you.


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    Probably won't attack you providing you don't aggravate it.

    I think the UK has different laws on how you can get rid of it depending if you live in an urban or rural area.

    Unless you live in the country and legally own a gun, it's probably easiest to find where's it entering your garden from and barricade it one night when it's out.
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    (Original post by samzy21)
    Is it safe to go in my back garden now? Will the fox attack me? How can I get it to leave my garden?

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    Same thing happen to us.
    The council does not get involved with foxes but the RSPCA does.
    They set a trap and caught it and release it to the wild
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    Get it down to low HP then throw a pokeball.
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Befriend it
    Take a selfie with it.
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    (Original post by samzy21)
    Is it safe to go in my back garden now? Will the fox attack me? How can I get it to leave my garden?

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    we also have a fox in our garden : we actually get along quite fine. The fox is no longer afraid of us

    One fox is no problem : problems start with a couple of foxes
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    call the rspca for advice, I doubt the fox will do anything to you except hide/run unless you aggravate it
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    Whatever you do, please don't kill it.

    Last night, I saw a fox on the road at 3 am and I attempted to wake it up thinking it was asleep... Until I saw blood pouring out of its mouth. What a horrific thing to experience.
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    Where I live, I see at least 9 foxes a day. I've grown quite fond of them now.
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    (Original post by mercuryman)
    Where I live, I see at least 9 foxes a day. I've grown quite fond of them now.
    Same, there's so many foxes on my street and they casually appear day and night. Some of them just stand casually on top of the cars. They're so cute. *-*
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    Same, there's so many foxes on my street and they casually appear day and night. Some of them just stand casually on top of the cars. They're so cute. *-*
    SAME, lol. We have seagulls, pigeons, crows and foxes on my road.
    My mum tries to feed all of them food, they wait for her every morning.

    And lol, once I was jogging on my road, then suddenly a huge fox jumped out of someone's front garden and was running with me for a few seconds. I felt like jon snow ngl.
 
 
 
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