This careless fox needed a little bit of help from some human friends after finding himself in this compromising position.
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Luckily, he was able to be freed by an RSPCA inspector – but the fox now faces further embarassment as his rescue has been identified by the charity as one of its most random of the year.
Cats, hedgehogs and even seals have made the list of the RSPCA’s top animal rescues from 2017.
It stars this cat who found himself stuck in the frame of a mountain bike in Greenford, London.
RSPCA animal collection officer Prisca Giddens said: ‘The bike was chained up outside a house but the frame was upside down, hanging over a balcony. The cat had his head and front legs stuck on one side of the bike.’
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Metal gates and fences were the worst enemies for animals in 2017, as Poppy the terrier and a chubby hedgehog both managed to get stuck in them.
However, getting trapped may have actually saved Poppy’s life – she had escaped from her home in Kent and may have been in more danger if she hadn’t been found in a fence in the park.
When it comes to wild animals, everyday objects can suddenly become dangerous hazards.
That’s the case for a starling that got trapped in a manhole cover, a hedgehog that was stuck in a fruit bowl, and a small bat that flew into a plug hole.
Other animals ended up in places they shouldn’t have – like a cat who was found chilling in a nightclub’s VIP section and a sheep who’s head became stuck in a tree trunk.
Some more rescues are more complex than others.
A one-tonne boulder had to be moved so that RSPCA workers could reach a seal pup in Port Talbot, Wales.
Inspector Nic de Celis said: ‘This poor seal pup was trapped amid rocks and boulders, and access to the animal was exceptionally difficult.
‘A one-tonne boulder literally had to be moved out of the way, before we safely got hold of the seal and did a thorough welfare assessment.’
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A frog that was found nestling in a homeowner’s toilet, a deer that couldn’t get out from under a shed and a kitten that got his head stuck in a bin’s drainage hole were also singled out by the charity.
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Source : https://metro.co.uk/2017/12/27/funniest-animal-rescues-2017-7186515/Thanks you for read my article Mayday! How Theresa May Has Been Trapped By Her Enemies And Her Friends