A lady had purchased Loki from a breeder as a pet, and discovered that she could not legally keep him once she moved to Idaho. She obviously cared for him. She gave him up reluctantly, quizzing us about how we cared for animals, leaving, coming back to ask more questions, then calling several times later asking after his welfare.
Loki arrived in her arms along with a huge red stuffed dog, several stuffed animals and a squeaky bee. We were startled by his strange coloring. He was mottled black and white with enormous ears that were spotted in black and white. He had black rimmed eyes and a white face; black markings around the bottom of the tip of his nose like a mustache, and a black and white body. Definitely not a wild fox. But definitely a fox.
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