Thomastown FOX NEWS

This week I visited Pat and his foxes again and took some photographs. I am reblogging my old blog post so that you can read the story again to refresh your memory 🙂 Next Friday I will share some news and pictures of this famous family.
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Pat Gibbons foxes

It is my second blog post about Patsy Gibbons and his foxes. In early April, almost 4 months ago, I went live with a blog post KINDNESS, amazed with my own boldness, and having a very little knowledge about blogging rules and ethics. Still learning.

That time Pat invited us to come again in summer when the foxes look gorgeous on the green meadow. Two weeks ago a friend of mine arranged a visit, but when he rang to confirm it Pat told him that he is in the hospital waiting for admission. They kept him in from Monday to Thursday; Pat’s brother fed the foxes, but they had to stay in their den all this time, and they also missed their bath – a day when they all walk to the pond to get bathed. Needless to say, the foxes were upset, Pat wasn’t feeling well either, so…

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    1. Thank you Indah! I am happy you remember the story. Tomorrow I am posting the follow-up story and more photographs. This is my favorite thing to write about 🙂

  1. I can’t wait to see the new photos! Thank you for following up with Pat – he and his foxes are so interesting!

    1. A treat indeed! These three foxes could live in the wild if people were more educated and didn’t try to kill them. Now they are living a happy life with Pat. 🙂

  2. What a wonderful vocation this man has. Fox hunting, or any hunting for sport, is a disgusting past time. I think Patsy is doing a great service by showing what wonderful creatures foxes are.

    1. Thank you so much for your comment! I am going to print out all the comments for him. He is doing exactly what you say – every year he takes the foxes to the local schools, and talks to the students. If fathers are killing foxes, may be children won’t.

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