The rescue mission was captured on camera and features Mr Cowell, who runs the Wildlife Aid Foundation in Leatherhead, Surrey, travelling to the cub’s location in his car.

He notes that the young fox is unable to go forwards or backwards in its current position and that it has been stuck around 40 minutes so in desperate need of being set free.

Upon arrival, Mr Cowell gloves up and immediately begins tending to the fox.

The cub is clearly distressed however and spits at the wildlife expert’s incoming hand before making a lunge at it with its mouth open.

Remaining calm, Mr Cowell distracts the fox with a stick – taking its attention away from his hand – as he goes to pick it up.

Choosing an appropriate location, the wildlife expert sends the fox on its way and tells it to go back to its mother.


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