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If given a chance, the wild animals can go absolutely nuts to give you moments/pictures that will forever be imprinted in your memories. And, pet photographer Rhiannon was lucky enough to capture these crazy antics. Rhiannon recently got the chance to do a photo-shoot of a fox and the results are amusing AF.
Rhiannon says: “Pet foxes are not a normal thing in the UK so this was a once in a lifetime opportunity and it was hard to resist putting fox cuddles before taking the photographs.I got lucky to work with Joy’s Pets, based in Gloucestershire, UK. Amongst your more exotic animals like reptiles, owls and hedgehogs they now house a small family of foxes. Of course, I took up the challenge of shooting these beautiful but wild creatures and I was so thrilled with the result of the images.”
Have a look at his amazing work here:

1). Ruda – the adolescent cinnamon fox looking as vibrant as a sun



2). Jaeger – the silver fox looks curious to the core



3). Giving out some striking poses for the camera



4). The Signature Pose needed to be there



5). Sleeping like there’s no one watching


Lastly, Rhiannon explained why it is dangerous working with wild animals, he said: “Working with wild animals is always a challenge and none more than introducing them to a foreign, confined space. Even though brought up as pets, these foxes will always retain wild habits and you can only predict, to a certain level, what any animal will do. Whether it’s domesticated or wild, every animal deserves patience, space and respect when being photographed.”
You can follow the man here: https://www.instagram.com/rhiannonbuckle_petphotography/
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- Shivam
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