Two men in Russia rescued a wild red fox that had gotten its head stuck in a jar. Even though foxes usually have a reputation for being solitary creatures, the fox that had gotten stuck did not hesitate to walk up to the two people for help. One of the men took hold of the jar and gently pulled the fox’s head out by the scruff of its neck to release it. Once out of the jar, the fox fled back into the woods.
According to Huffington Post, this little creature is not the first to get into this type of predicament, nor will he be the last. Animals have been getting stuck in (and injured by) human litter in increasing numbers recently, and it is up to us to cut back on litter and make sure our garbage is properly recycled or disposed of.
Of course saving the animal from the jar was the right thing to do, but if you ever find a sick, abandoned, or injured fox, you should probably call in ASPCA, animal control, or other local authorities. For help, visit: