Wildlife center takes delivery of litter of seven cubs found dumped next to a clothing bin

A litter of adorable baby foxes are being looked after they were discovered abandoned in a cardboard box in a car park in Pennsylvania.

The newborn cubs were discovered by a woman passing the car park, who noticed the box sitting next to a clothing donation bin.

When she peeped inside she saw seven baby foxes – thought to be only 10 days old – sitting together. The cubs were taken to the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Educational Center in Stroudsbury, where they are now being cared for.

Katherine Uhler, director of the center, said the little creatures - five males and two females - were healthy but dehydrated when they arrived. She said: ‘They came in at about six ounces each. ‘There are five males, also known as dogs, and two girls known as vixens.

‘We bottle feed them until they are a little bigger, then they'll start feeding out of the bowl.‘When they're finished feeding out of the bowl then we'll start feeding them what they eat in the wild which is meat, and some vegetables and fruits.’ The pack will be returned back to the wild in July.


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