Polly and Rowan know the coolest places to rest.
The' Blue Angel Clematis is going mad all over the garden. I cannot recommend this clematis highly enough. I chop it down at the end of Autumn each year and it never fails to come back. Slugs do not bother it, unlike my 'Montana' that gets eaten every year.
Time to get tough with the fox cubs.
The one that had the mange is now fine and the fur is growing back but he is too tame and comes right up to the back door waiting for his bit of chicken with the drops on.
Now that he is well again I am starting to shoo them a bit as its not healthy for them to be friendly with humans.
I have also started to reduce the amount of food that I put out in order to make them look elsewhere.
I will always put a bit out and only increased the amount when I realised that there were 5 of the little monkeys.
I haven't seen the older parents for some time and am guessing that they are leaving the little one's to fend for themselves now.
Well, actually not so little now.
Must go now, footy is on.
Haha, footy on in the background here too. Your clematis looks quite magnificent and I love the picture of the cub, hopefully they’ll start finding their own food soon xxReplyDelete
Well done on getting the fox cub better. Yes you have to back off now. xReplyDelete
It's not fun being a cat in this weather poor things! Mine has retreated to the coolest part of the house.ReplyDelete
Glad the fox is better. Guess he's grown to like you.ReplyDelete
Your as daft as me with animals!,I know what you mean though about the foxs getting too tame..next thing yourll be walking it down the park on a lead and kicking a ball around for it,lol.Its lovely to see it looking so well now.xxReplyDelete
It's always a balance, isn't it, between helping animals and making them too comfortable around people and not learning how to find their own food. I'm gradually cutting back on the bird feeding now; the weather is supposed to warm up and the bugs will be coming out for them to eat.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful spot in your garden!
Great photos. I know what you mean there is a fine line between helping animals and hindering them.ReplyDelete
That is a cute problem it's better than feeding a bear 😃ReplyDelete
Your garden is gorgeous and you've done well by that fox. Best to you.ReplyDelete
I suspect you’re surrogate mum to those cubs now. You have to wean them off your support as their original mum did. Clematis is glorious.ReplyDelete
love that first photo... so beautiful and the fox is adorable... hope your kitties are not out when the fox is about.ReplyDelete
No worries with the kitties and the fox, Rupert gave one of them a swipe the other night and it flew out of the gate. lolReplyDelete
Love the blue door with the kitty peeking thru it.ReplyDelete
Awwwwwwww, glad their mange is better.
Those cats are smart! I love that plant myself. As for the fox, yep thinking a live trap would be in order. I just borrowed one from my friend to let my brother use. He has a raccoon hanging around. He is going to catch it and set it off further down the lake a ways. Good luck on your fox.ReplyDelete
You have monkeys in Brighton? I knew you were down south - but I didn't realise you were that far down south!ReplyDelete
That clematis is stunning. I have two of this variety but this is only their second year so they aren't as beautiful as yours...yet!ReplyDelete
Glad that the fox has recovered.
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