Video Granny wakes up to find cute fox cubs playing on her porch

When you live in a wooded area, the chances are better for some lovely encounters with wildlife. But even so, it’s hard to spot those shy, elusive creatures, such as foxes.

But only if they don’t decide to make your porch their own playground, as happened with this grandma from Illinois.

Watch the video at the end.


Recently, a series of photos of some adorable fox babies have gone viral on social media. All after the woman’s grandson shared them on Reddit. According to his account – Vechrotex, on Reddit – on a sunny spring morning, a little fox decided to visit his grandma.

Since the woman was overjoyed to see the fur invader outside her home and the child knew he was indeed welcome the next day, he also invited his brother. Since then, the two cubs have been constantly coming to their favorite playground. But even though the cubs were on their own, the grandma soon realized that their mom was watching them a few yards from the bushes.

Vechrotex explained: “Here in Illinois, we see red foxes in the woods, we see them a lot, and it’s not a big deal.” One day, my grandmother saw a baby red fox and took a picture of it. She shared the picture with me and I thought it was so cute I decided to post it. I’m so glad I was able to make so many people happy! “


Vechrotex won everyone’s hearts thanks to his lovely post. In return, people show their gratitude in the loveliest ways. “Some people have all the luck. The baby fox is super adorable,” said user Shendrad. While another added: “All grandma needs now is a neighbor with a bloodhound puppy and we’ve made a great movie.”


In case you don’t know, this isn’t the first time some cute fluffy balls have invaded someone’s porch. Seven adorable lynx babies visited an Alaskan boy.

These cute little buddies have turned the man’s porch into their playground. “I started to snap away,” the man said. “I thought,” Wow! It’s incredible luck. This is great! They are very cute. It was cute-tactic! “Let’s have a look at:


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