Dutch photographer Roeselien Raimond captures magnificent images of wild foxes. She volunteered to offer Bored Panda an exclusive interview for Valentine’s Day, discussing how attentive and loving foxes are, despite the widespread notion that they are nasty and dishonest animals.
“I am not aware of any other animal that exhibits as much love and devotion as foxes.” That might be because I’m unfamiliar with any animal other than foxes, but that’s not the point. The main thing is….love. Foxy enjoys being more exact.”
“Foxes are renowned to be cunning, deceptive, deceitful, and cruel creatures- a successful character assassination; even as a youngster, I believed it when I read the classic fox legends.” That was until I began chasing foxes and got to know them well, discovering that love must be their second name.”
“I am not aware of any other animal that exhibits as much love and devotion as foxes,” Roeselien told Bore Panda.
“It’s unfortunate that foxes are thought to be deceptive and cruel animals; I, too, believed this as a youngster.”
“That was until I began chasing foxes and learning all there was to know about them.”
“I discovered that love must be their middle name.”
“I know foxes will use any opportunity for a nice snuggle.”
“Under the appearance of washing one other’s jackets, there is nothing but sincere care and loyalty to one another.”
“Mothers and children, siblings and sisters, dads and cousins… it’s as if they live in a hippie commune.”
“Sleeping peacefully and waking up for love and hugs, proving everyone wrong who believed they were cruel!”
“There is one thing I can still agree on when it comes to fox stereotypes. Foxes are quite intelligent!”
“They realize that love is what keeps our globe turning.”
“So get the word out about that foxy love!”
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