A call is made to a wildlife rescue center of a two-week-old fox washed away by rains from its den. The little fox is in horrible shape and evidently wheezing and coughing.
After two weeks of stay at the center, the sick and underweight fox has made a remarkable recovery and is full of energy. She plays around with everything around her and tries to befriend her rescuers too.
At this point, her attendants decide to take her outdoors as they try to find her a companion. She quickly adapts to the open air and even makes cries calling for a playmate.
Luckily the center receives Toffee, a fox who survives a car accident. She is first placed on quarantine, where she successfully comes through. Butter is so excited to meet Toffee and can’t wait to have her company.
The two young foxes finally get to meet each other, and they can’t stop playing. Butter, the older, becomes Toffee’s protector, and the two lively sisters are inseparable. Toffee’s presence also has a significant impact on Butters’s behavior change.
The sisters, now healthy and full of strength, start digging holes to try and find their way out of the enclosure. They seem eager to have a life of their own and tired of captivity.
Finally, the moment of freedom came, and the door to the enclosure was opened. Butter was the first to get out. The foxes sniffed and ran around and later dashed into the woods. The neighbors report seeing them occasionally roam in the vicinity, which is a fantastic thing.