Juniper is an adorable domesticated fox that loves eating socks, cuddling in the morning, and hiding food for snack emergencies. She has been adopted by her human mom Jessica Coker and became a part of the family. Coker says that Juniper has genetic differences and can’t be released into the wild, and adds that her fox is such a character.
“Juniper is SASSY. I’ve never met anyone, human or animal more sassy than she is. She’s will always let me know exactly how she feels about something. If she dislikes what’s going on she’ll walk over, ears back, and scream at me, then casually walk away. (Yes, foxes can scream),” Coker shared on their personal website.
She highlights that raising a fox isn’t a simple task; they require a special diet, a fenced yard, a specialized vet and they love to bite.
“Foxes naturally guard their resources, this means they are prone to biting when you’re near something they find valuable and don’t want you to take. This is a natural instinct for them and not something you can or should punish them for. This is part of raising any wild creature,” Junpier’s mom added.
To see Junpier’s happy face, check out the gallery below.