In Turnbridge Wells, England, a man named Mike Trowler rescued a badly injured fox and it became his new best friend. The fox, named Cropper, was found by the Fox Project, a wildlife organization that helps injured animals. Cropper had toxoplasmosis and couldn't be returned to the wild. The organization had two options: euthanize Cropper or find a home for him. Mike, who has always been fascinated with foxes, eagerly took Cropper in. He nursed him back to health, and they spent six happy years together before Cropper passed away. Despite the loss, Mike continued to adopt other foxes in need. He warns that foxes are not meant to be pets, but he couldn't let them be euthanized.