Lost: Unknown Female In North West (WA16)

  • Dog ID 82744
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 12 Feb 2015
  • Name FOX MARA WHO IS VERY TAME
  • Gender & Breed Female Unknown
  • Age Older Adult
  • Colour
  • Marks & Scars No tail due to injury
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 11 Feb 2015
  • Where Lost Lower Moss Wood Wildlife Sanctuary, School Lane, Ollerton, Knutsford Cheshire
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area WA16
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info £500 reward offered for her safe return. She was taken from her enclosure along with 2 other foxes who have been reunited but MARA is still missing. She looks more like a chunky corgi than a fox as she has no tail, she is very tame.
  • Phone 1 07794 906601
  • Phone 2 01606 334770
  • Listed By Gino
  • Views 4531
  • FOX  MARA WHO IS VERY TAMEPoster Image
  • FOX  MARA WHO IS VERY TAMEExtra Image

 

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Shelagh
I have just looked at video pat lucky posted. That is not same one. The one I saw had a still photo of fox with sausage in its mouth. The post was the fox was a pet and had run up to a lady. Two other ladies had come to collect her. I'm sorry I can't find that post now but will phone all relevant agencies in your area tomorrow
Seeks
Got a tame one suddenly appeared here again.....It (I think she is a she actually) is reasonably covered and not Mira's weight....Tail or not I actually don't know as this one sits and looks at me....Probably an older one finding winter harsh but wild and good at asking to be fed....I have been but the deal is she doesn't sneak back in daylight for a chicken....

What I was thinking though is the tame ones we get (oddly one at least was tattooed) do know about chicken being soft targets so are there any chickens in the area the other 2 were found?

They do seem to know the smell but these may not be tame (except for the tattoo....he couldn't have got that in the wild)

The other place to call if they haven't is the National Fox Welfare folk....A lot of people would contact them with an ill or injured fox. Their number is 01933 411996 ...or was last time I had to call them.

Has anyone got a link for the webpage too please? xx

Shelagh
Thanks pat lucky for finding my internet has just come back on. Sorry she not missing Mara but on the post sent to me it did say 'it was somebody's pet'. I will keep lookout for this lovely girl.
maxine
is she reunited?
BigGSDPatlucky
It has a tail so that is not the one
BigGSDPatlucky
I have found the fox with a sausage in its mouth
No sign that that fox is tame.
Plus it is here in Essex sorry
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jolOlxDcuQ
BigGSDPatlucky
Shelagh Savage any luck locating that picture of a fox you spoke about please
Unknown
Ah Mara is beautiful I really hope she is found soon.
We feed three foxes in our garden and one actually sits and waits for the food to go out they are lovely animals.
Please get home safe and very soon Mara xxxx
NickyB
shelagh I don't do facebook so have told wildlife hospital to look. there are lots of tame foxes who people feed but this fox is not like the others as she has no tail, and looks far more like a dog.
Gino
Alerts sent to helper in WA13-16. SK9,10,11. CW4,9,10.
Unknown
Have asked admin to ad a picture of Mara which I have taken from their web page. She is cute! Hope she is found if not the one Shelagh has mentioned.
Shelagh
There was a tame fox going round on Facebook . It had a sausage in its mouth. I have no idea if its this one,but it is safe and two people have come to get her. I have asked on my f/b page if people can find it.
DogLostMajorjet (Jan) - Area Co-ordinator - Liverpool/Merseyside, North West
Thanks NickyB for the update. I've updated the details to show up better on the DogLost poster. Will look out for pic being added and can then share to help spread the word. Rooting for MARE to be REUNITED soon with the Sanctuary.
NickyB
have asked lower moss wood to contact u direct with photo - to me mara looked more like a chunky corgi than a fox as she has no tail.she is very tame
Happiness yorkie lover xxx
Aw hope she gets found xxxxx
Unknown
Hope shes soon back home ... bless her x
Unknown
All xd for Maras to be found
NickyB
mara has been missing for over 2 weeks now. taken from her enclosure along with 2 other foxes none of whom could survive in the wild - hence their captivity. the other 2 delighted to say were found nearby but mara is still missing.very worried about her.
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