Police rescue disabled fox in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 08:25 15 June 2018 | UPDATED: 08:50 15 June 2018

Police rescued Borice the fox this morning from Welwyn Garden City police station. Picture: WelHat North Police.

Police rescued Borice the fox this morning from Welwyn Garden City police station. Picture: WelHat North Police.

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Officers rescued a disabled fox this morning in Welwyn Garden City who has no use of his legs.

The officers, who named the fox Borice, found him laying in the Welwyn Garden City Police Station car park this morning and assumed he had been hit by a car.

Officers took him to Village Vets in St Albans where he remains in their care who were a “great” help.

The vet informed them that Borice had not been hit by a car and suffered from a birth defect causing him to have no use of his legs.

Welwyn Hatfield North Police tweeted: “She was amazed that he had survived this long.”


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