Silver is a captive-born Silver Fox from Wisconsin. Silver was born at a fur farm and then purchased to be a pet. When it was realized that foxes don't make good pets, he was turned over to the local humane society. They transferred Silver to a wildlife rehabilitation. centre in Duluth, Minnesota. Silver was non-releasable, because he was born in captivity and is highly habituated to humans. The centre in Duluth couldn't provide Silver with a permanent home, so Aspen Valley offered to step in. After he completes quarantine requirements, Silver will be introduced to Lena, our other resident fox, who has been without a companion for the past three years.
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