One day, George the ginger cat returned home from a walk to find an uninvited guest had taken over his bed.
“As I went downstairs and across the kitchen to the bathroom, I took a photo twice because from the kitchen window I could see a giant pair of ears,” said George’s owner Meloney Blayze, 47.
“I thought, ‘hmm, that’s not the cat’s ears,’ and I turned on the light to see what was on the cat’s bed – and it was a red fox.”
Meloney woke up at 4 a.m. to take George out to the garden, and it looks like the wild animal snuck in after she went to bed.
When she returned in the morning, she found that the wild fox was lying comfortably on Georges’ bed.
Although the cat tried to scare the fox away by hissing, the fox refused to budge until Meloney lifted the bed and flipped it out the window.
“He was so tame, he didn’t want to leave,” he began, “acting like another family member who has been there for years and is confused as to what all the fuss was about.”
“I looked at him, and he looked at me. He wasn’t scared of me at all,” recalls the cat’s owner, Meloney Blayze.