The Fox and the Hound: Tail-less Duo Are Best Friends
THIS cute couple are a real-life version of Disney cartoon classic The Fox and the Hound - although with a very definite twist in the TAIL. The fox was discovered by a mystery tourist malnourished in a puddle at just four-weeks-old and missing his tail - inspiring vets to name him Forrest STUMP. The cuddly criter was taken under the wing by Gary Zammit, a wildlife ranger at Feadon Farm at Gwel an Mor in Cornwall. And the baby fox quickly established a firm friendship with the Zammit's dog Barney - who also has no tail. The "kennel mates" now pair play together for hours on end - meaning that this is one "tail" with a happy ending.