There are some amazing stories that we witness in movies that, it seems, aren’t that far off from reality. Like the well-known Disney work The Fox and the Hound, which was recently brought to life by the companionship of a saved fox and a cute bulldog.
This amazing tale began when Pauline Ashanolla, a 28-year-old resident of the Isle of Wight in England, saved a two-week-old fox in April.
A couple had found the little, abandoned puppy, and when they were unable to find a shelter where she could remain, they got in touch with Pauline.
Pauline was the ideal candidate for the role since she is a woman who is widely recognized for her love of helping animals in need. When she heard about her experience, she made the decision to look after her little daughter and take the required steps to help her recover from her health issues.
Pauline was so determined to help the little fox that she left her dream profession as an animal groomer to devote herself to her on a full-time basis. She gave the fox the name Marley.
He progressively regained his health and matured into a stunning animal with the passage of time and a great deal of effort.
Pauline’s bulldog Ernie, who would later serve as the second protagonist of a heartwarming bond, also resides in her home.
Despite their differences, a great bond developed between these two creatures despite the long and grueling journey.
According to Pauline, The Kennedy News and Media:
When we found Marley, she was in such horrible state and covered with ticks and flies. They were everywhere, even in her ears. She was vomiting enormous worms that were longer than she was. If she had been discovered only 15 minutes later, she most certainly would have passed away.
Pauline gave Marley very rigorous and particular attention for the first six weeks, until she was totally healthy.