"Do all foxes wag their tails or did Juniper learn this from Moose?"
Most animals from the Canidae family wag their tails. This includes foxes. Foxes wag their tails in the wild as a form of communication. This doesn't always mean "hey, I'm happy", in the wild it can also be a form of submission, dominance, or even fear.
Juniper, however is genetically different from wild foxes. Due to her ancestors being bred in captivity for many generations, they began to display more dog-like characteristics. Juniper does in fact wag her tail as a form of happiness. Actually, most tame foxes will wag their tails. This isn't something she picked up from Moose, but a trait that developed after many generations.
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Please Read: This baby fox is pretty cute right? Well this fox and her sister were rescued from a fur farm last week. @mikdolittles_animals spends her time rescuing foxes from fur farms and rehoming them to appropriate homes where they will be loved and properly cared for through the remainder of their lives.
Today this fox needs your help. The city that @mikdolittles_animals operates in wants to shut this program down. Even though they are licensed through the state, county, and even federally. For many foxes this rescue is their last resort. If any of you want to help or could spare a minute to send an email to
email@example.com or tweet @CityofLakeville about how important this program is, it would mean quite literally the world to so many foxes that would otherwise not be here. You can also visit their website SaveAFox.Org to learn more about all of their rescues. Thank you all so much for your love for these animals, your email could be the one that saves them. #FurFarmRescue#SaveFoxes
I would like to take a moment to thank everyone that has ordered an item from us. Since I was a little girl it has been my dream to rescue animals and because of all of you I'm inching closer to that dream becoming a reality. From enclosures to permits you have all helped make #snagglenation something tangible. In the very near future we'll be able to start giving unwanted exotics a place to be safe and happy. So thank you all for making my life a dream come true.
It's been months since I've restocked our Polaroids and I still get so many messages every day asking for them. So I'm happy to announce that we are selling them again in our shop. If you're interested in ordering you can take a peep at Juniperfoxx.com
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As many of you may know I'm a pretty avid collector when it comes to minerals. This is something that's only grown since having Juniper because of her interest in every new treasure I bring home. Recently one of my favorite pages @luminosity_crystals sent us this piece of Lodolite and Juniper surprised me by how attached she became to it. She immediately took it to her bed and cried like this for a whole five minutes before letting me have it back. I'm pretty thankful she gave it back before she claimed it as her own and put her butt all over it.