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(Daily Mail)   The Fox And The Hound real life version. Sadie the dog and Anuska the fox have become great friends. With the most awwww inspiring pictures you will see all day   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 68
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2012-02-28 09:33:04 AM  

Pribar: yea they are cute now but look what happens when they grow up and discover Farks politics tab:




Derp.
 
2012-02-28 09:34:35 AM  

Neondistraction: HailRobonia: Thanks a lot, gay marriage.

I know! Next thing you know they're going to let people marry robots.


Yay!
 
2012-02-28 09:34:40 AM  
Normally mortal enemies, these two canines form a bond or a pack of some sort.
 
2012-02-28 09:35:42 AM  

HailRobonia: Thanks a lot, gay marriage.


Speaking of gay marriage, did anyone notice the link to the story about a gay Marine kissing his boyfriend after returning from deployment?
 
2012-02-28 10:01:23 AM  

Arxane: everyone dies at the end.


***** SPOILER ALERT *****
 
2012-02-28 10:21:46 AM  

stevetherobot: HailRobonia: Thanks a lot, gay marriage.

Speaking of gay marriage, did anyone notice the link to the story about a gay Marine kissing his boyfriend after returning from deployment?


He was a fox as well.
 
2012-02-28 10:25:51 AM  
doglover:
Well, okay, but those are $6000. You can get a kit fox for much less than that. But they're only manageable because they're tiny.


Kits are always cheaper, but as usual you may end up with a few extra parts that aren't shown anywhere in the manual.
 
2012-02-28 10:30:49 AM  
gunshowcomic.com
 
HSA
2012-02-28 11:09:19 AM  
Faked story, Sadie the dog changes bodies in the pictures. Possible to change collars, but how does Sadie change fur markings?
 
2012-02-28 11:50:52 AM  

HSA: Faked story, Sadie the dog changes bodies in the pictures. Possible to change collars, but how does Sadie change fur markings?


I had to go back and look. Sure enough, the dog's tail is all white in the last picture.

Also...
i.dailymail.co.uk

Did they brand an "S" into Sadie's ear so they can tell her apart from the rest of the pack?
 
2012-02-28 01:27:00 PM  

DVDave: HSA: Faked story, Sadie the dog changes bodies in the pictures. Possible to change collars, but how does Sadie change fur markings?

I had to go back and look. Sure enough, the dog's tail is all white in the last picture.

Also...
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 308x456]

Did they brand an "S" into Sadie's ear so they can tell her apart from the rest of the pack?


Breeders do that sometimes. My ferrets had identifiable tattoos on their ears and I've known more than a few dog breeders who do the same thing.
 
2012-02-28 01:51:51 PM  
SPOILER ALERT
When I was a kid, I cried at the end of that movie.
And in the book, the guy shoots and kills both the dog and the fox.
 
2012-02-28 03:16:39 PM  

sp86: Did they brand an "S" into Sadie's ear so they can tell her apart from the rest of the pack?

Breeders do that sometimes. My ferrets had identifiable tattoos on their ears and I've known more than a few dog breeders who do the same thing.


My parents have a rescue dog that has a tattoo in his ear as an identifier. I'm guessing because he was brought into the country from Bermuda.
 
2012-02-28 03:47:53 PM  

doglover: basemetal: I wonder if a fox would make a good pet though.

BWA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HhA HA AHA HA AHA!

Oh, hell no. It takes a very special (read zookeeper) kind of person to deal with a fox as a pet.

First off, they're wild. Domestication takes many generations. Look at dogs. They're basically grey wolves in the DNA. But they ain't really anything like wolves anymore. Foxes don't have that and you'll never get the wild behaviors out nor complete obedience.

Second, vulpine animals are RANK. They've got more musk than a musk ox. You can smell them from 30 yard away if they've been there awhile and the wind's right. They're second only to skunks.

Third, it's highly illegal to keep wild animals as pets in most places. Well, okay it's not like a .30 machine gun turret and a pot farm in your back yard illegal, but it's frowned upon. The only exceptions are cases like this one where the animal would die without adoption. Even then you want to rehabilitate.




Firstly, do some research. Ever hear of an Exotic Wildlife License? quite a few states have them (or an equivalent permit). You can also buy domestically raised foxes legally in almost every state, as well as other "Exotic" pets. Secondly, you are apparently one of the few misguided people who have never heard of a Class 3 weapons permit. You CAN own a .30 caliber tripod mounted Browning Machine Gun, and much more with the proper permit. Keep in mind that is a FEDERAL permit, local laws or statutes may limit what you can own in a city or town. Outside city limits the class 3 permit allows you to own anything deemed to be a National Firearms Act weapon, including Destructive Devices such as Hand Grenades, LAW rockets, 40mm Grenades, Cannons all the way up to 155mm guns from Vietnam, and much more. The screening process is very thorough, and every round of ammunition for a destructive device, as well as the device itself, has a 200 dollar tax stamp you must pay for when you buy it. so in short, you are quite incorrect in your statements about the legality of these things.
 
2012-02-28 04:52:14 PM  
"said Mr Bevan, 62, from Biggleswade, Bedfordshire."

Could you get more "Wind in the Willows"?
Love this thread.
 
2012-02-28 07:08:59 PM  
images.cableorganizer.com
 
2012-02-29 02:35:28 AM  

bim1154: We have one that lives under our shed in the back.


When I lived in Huntsville, we had a "company fox" that lived in an old crate by the assembly building in the back. One of us went back there to clean out some old shipping crates we'd stacked up on the side of the building, and one had four fox kits in it. We left some convenient bedding nearby which was used and occasionally put out some dry dog food which was munched. At the end of the summer they moved out.

They were beautiful. You'd see their mom teaching them to hunt in the field across the street.
 
2012-02-29 02:29:19 PM  
I'm a basset slave, with the exception of Brutus the 210lb mastiff.
(more like having a pillow that drools)
and I want a dang russian fox.

...2 legger or 4
 
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