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“Grey foxes are often seen in rural settings and inhabit certain environs inside or near cities if there is adequate food and cover. All species of fox can be both insectivorous and carnivorous, eating insects, small mammals and even fruits and berries. The first grey fox rescued by WRR was about 12 years old and was found dehydrated, lying under the peach tree she had been relying on for her sole food source. She lived another two years in our care. Foxes pose no threat to humans.”