Some people see wild animals as companions, while others regard them as adversaries. The world is still divided between those who have enough sweetness to help our fellow forest and jungle animals, and those who are unconcerned about the state in which these extraordinary creatures occasionally find themselves, believing that they are violent beasts who do not require our respect and care.
Mike Trowler, a decent Englishman, belongs to the first category of individuals; he has adopted hundreds of abandoned foxes and other needy creatures in the wild, rescuing them and bringing them to his home to be carefully cared for.
Mike releases the miserable tiny creatures to the forest to continue their normal way of existence after they have completely recovered.
One Internet user exclaimed, “What Mr. Trowler does is exceptional; we need many more like him.”
Surely, there would be less suffering in the animal world if many more individuals operated in such a disinterested manner with small creatures.
Trowler has had to keep several little foxes in the midst of his rescue operations. A few years ago, this retired English engineer met a vulpine named Cropper, who would become his partner for the next six years.
Cropper settled very quickly with Mike, sleeping peacefully inside the home, resting securely on his shoulders, and even taking on walks with him like two best friends.
She now lives with Jack, who also happens to be her best friend. She bathes him and blow-dries his hair slowly; they spend the afternoons in his living room listening to music, watching TV, and resting in one other’s arms.
Some people may say that foxes are wild, violent creatures that are unsafe to live with; nevertheless, Trowler understands the nature of wild animals very well; he knows that they are different, but not in a bad way; rather, they are interesting, remarkable, and full of sweetness.