The real-life version of the Fox and the Hound, brought to you by the good people at Wildlife A&E rescue organization.
An interspecies friendship is a bond that is formed between animals of different species. An atypical phenomenon in biology, numerous cases have been reported among wild and domesticated animals and documented with photography and video.
The aim of Wildlife A&E is to ensure that no sick animal is put to sleep unless it has been given the chance to survive, and to provide adequate care and treatment to achieve this. They also aim to do whatever they can to educate people to appreciate the animals that exist in the British countryside and encourage everyone to do what they can to preserve them.
Debbie Johnson (owner and operator of Wildlife A&E) has worked with sick and orphaned animals for over a decade. While her two daughters were keepers at the British Wildlife Centre she would often be asked to care for orphans that had been handed in at the centre by the public.
As The British Wildlife Centre is primarily an education centre and not set up to be a rescue centre, they did not have the facilities or the time to look after these babies. Debbie’s nursing background and love of animals made her a natural for the role.(Source)