Midnight Fox Rescue in Brighton


East Sussex WRAS rescuer Trevor Weeks rushed to Brighton Town Centre after receiving a call about a fox which had fallen into a basement in Upper North Road Brighton, just off the Town Centre.

The fox had fallen about 15ft into a basement area, and as Trevor opened the basement door the fox jumped into an even lower basement area another 5ft down.

"In order to catch the fox I had to climb down into the lower basement, but of course as soon as I did that the fox decided to jump up back to the main basement again, leaving me to climb back up again too" said Trevor.

Trevor was then in a better position to corner the fox and catch using a dog grasper as it tried to hide behind a wooden chair.

"The rescue was not easy on my own and in the dark it was not easy to do. Eventually I managed to get the fox into a cage and secure, where I checked him over to ensure he was not injured from the original fall" said Trevor.

The owner of the house showed Trevor through the house and upstairs to the garden above, where it was then safe for the fox to be released back to the wild.

"it was good to see the fox run off again none the worse for its ordeal" said Trevor.


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2 thoughts on “Midnight Fox Rescue in Brighton

  1. Gary Finch

    thank you for your time .. I am on the look out for voluntary work for my 13 year old daughter .. I removed her from school when they started poisoning the children with their jabs .. so home tutored .. I am a single 58 year old Dad who also does charity work and a 8 hours paid cleaning for the BUFC in Brighton .. I have done lots of charity work and find it very rewarding .. as I am hoping will be the same for my daughter .. she is 14 yearsd old in 7 months .. and hoping to get her into plumpton college .. she attends a group called Forersters .. a hands on learn about nature group .. I want her to experience working with others and helping animals .. she is a great kid .. guartantee you will find her very pleasant to work with .. she has a very caring nature .. and I feel this would be a perfect starting point for her .. in regard to her life experiences .. if you can help or know another who can .. please get back
    many thanks
    Gary Finch

    1. East Sussex WRAS

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      Have a look at our volunteering section on the website which gives more details of how to apply.


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