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I was opening my bedroom window wider to get some air just after midnight around 00:10am, when I had a very big shock but also a pleasant surprise. Looking up at me in the light of a street lamp was a really lovely dog fox.
He only stayed a few seconds before darting off into the night and heading in the direction of our local copse, which is like a big village green of open grass with a small wood. I know we are very near to the countryside here, but I have never seen a fox right outside my window before.
The fox I saw was exactly like this one below.
He really was a handsome chap and in his prime from the look of bushy tail and sleek coat