Have you ever watched a great Disney movie and thought what if this story was real? We know you have thought this thing and even we have done the same thing. That’s why today, we have brought a cute story of fox and hound.
Yes, the famous Disney creation, “ The Fox and the Hound” has just come to life and we can’t keep calm. This adorable story is about a bulldog and a six-month-old vixen cub. And they both are best friends forever and ever.
The story started back in April when Pauline Ashanolla, a 28-year-old woman has rescued a two-week-old foxie. She is very passionate about animals and wants to help as many animals as she can.
The little foxie was found abandoned back in April when she was only two weeks old
Pauline is actually very dedicated and passionate about helping animals. That’s why she also gave up a great job and began helping the adorable animals. A few days after Marley, the cub was adopted, she became healthy.
Besides this foxie cub, Pauline also has a 4-years-old bulldog named Ernie. Surprisingly, both Marley and Erine accepted each other. And now, they have developed a bond that is so pure and deep.
Pauline decided to help the cub and took her in
Paulina told us that “Marley was so poorly when we found her, she was covered in flies and ticks. They were in her ears, everywhere.” “She was throwing up worms, really big ones, they were longer than her. She definitely would have died if she’d been found just 15 minutes later.”
Somewhere along the line, a beautiful friendship blossomed between Marley and Pauline’s bulldog Ernie
Paulina further said that, “I was worried about Marley at first and how she would get on with the dogs especially.” “Ernie was terrified of Marley at first, and she didn’t like him, but she slowly started sleeping closer to him. After I’d had her about three weeks, they started playing together. One day, they just started running around together and they have been best friends ever since.”
These two furry friends almost look like the real-life version of The Fox and the Hound
“They do everything together, they’re inseparable. They play with each other all day, they sleep together every night, they go for walks together,” Pauline told The Kennedy News and Media. “Dogs are usually used to hunt foxes, but these two are best friends. It’s like the real-life The Fox and the Hound. Ernie is so gentle and sweet with her, he looks like a little bruiser but he’s actually a big baby.”