Fox Freed From Floor

Builders renovating an office at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, England, were surprised to find a fox head jutting through a hole in the floor. The fox had apparently tried to wiggle into the room from below and became stuck.

RSPCA animal welfare officer Kate Wright, who freed the animal, said: "I just had these big eyes staring at me."

She added: "Here was this fox's head poking out of a floor and he was so jammed he couldn't move.

"I actually think he had quite an embarrassed expression on his face."

After the RSPCA arrived, the builders pried up a section of the floor and freed the fox, which was caged, taken away, and released. Link -via Arbroath

(Image credit: RSPCA)

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