BC Wildlife Park Just Adopted 2 Adorable Foxes & You Can Go Visit Them (PHOTOS)
Their names are Raven and McCoy.
Foxes are about to be your new favourite animal. The BC Wildlife Park just adopted two of the most adorable foxes ever. The pictures of these cuties have been posted online but you don’t need to go to Facebook to see them. Right now, you can take in all their fuzziness in person. We don't know about you, but this is exactly what we need right now.
Zoos and wildlife parks haveand we couldn’t be more thrilled about it.
The BC Wildlife Park is no exception and if you have been there before, be prepared for a couple of new residents.
According to the park's Facebook page, there are two new permanent animals in the park named Raven and McCoy.
These Marble Foxes are everything you could ever want and you can see them in person whenever you want.
Of course, these animals have a heartwarming backstory and were rescued by the Human Society and SPCA before they came into the care of the park
While their exact ages are unknown, it's estimated that the duo is about four years old.
They're fitting in really nicely to their new surroundings and the BC Wildlife Park says that they love their keeper, Mel.
There's so much trust between the three of them that Mel has even begun training the foxes.
Unlike other breeds, Marble Foxes are not found in the wild.
Their unique colouring of white and charcoal grey is caused by genetic variances when breeding red foxes.
They are just as unique as spotting a. And just as cute.
Raven, the female fox, has more black coloration on her face compared to her male partner McCoy — making them super easy to tell apart.
If you’re looking to get out of the house and stretch those legs then consider visiting Raven and McCoy.
The pair can be seen in the enclosure right beside Robert the bobcat's habitat.
They're still adjusting to their new environment so the BC Wildlife Park is asking people to keep their voices down in the area.
Right now, the Kamloopsdaily from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Just remember to practice social distancing when having your animal adventure.