Storm, the fox, discovered the greatest friend a girl could hope for in the form of Jade, a dashing red fox.
Storm’s presence, on the other hand, was precisely what Jade had been needing all along – he had never met another fox in his whole adult existence.
After someone attempted to keep Jade as a pet illegally for almost two years, he was brought to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Storm, a 3-year-old fox, had no other foxes to play with until he arrived, however the center tried its best to compensate with animal enrichment and human connection.
Storm was rescued in Montana from an illegal breeder. She would have been forced to live as a family pet if she hadn’t been discovered. A marble fox’s coloration, in particular, does not occur naturally in the wild and is the consequence of human manipulation. Typically, these foxes are raised to be kept as pets or used in the fur trade. In Storm’s situation, she was fortunate to avoid either result.
Jade, on the other hand, is now able to enjoy the sort of companionship he would have had if he had been allowed free and wild from the start. Storm’s arrival was revealed in a press statement from the facility, which said, “Red foxes are known to maintain a variety of partnerships in the wild.” “Bringing Storm to school will be a mutually beneficial connection and source of growth for both.
It seems that Jade and Storm are enjoying their growing bond as well. They bonded immediately after meeting for the first time.