London’s Urban Foxes on the Increase

There are now upwards of 18 urban foxes per square kilometer in London! Although not as many as Bournemouth that boasts 23 per square kilometer.

Not everyone is keen on these stealthy auburn animals; with infrequent but shocking reports in the news of foxes harming BIN LIDS. More likely, you’ll know they’ve been around when you find your rubbish strewn half way down the road and a few RICHARD THE THIRDS┬ápeppering your front yard.

Fortunately they seem to leave the BALLS OF FAT and CHERRY HOGS alone, and since they can’t tolerate other foxes in their patch they self-regulate their population.

Aw, who could hate such cute animals?

Two foxes nuzzling each other

Humane fox deterrents are available to buy but, since they love eating rats and other nasties, perhaps keep your bin locked and NIGEL MANSELL the pest control bloke!