You may know wildlife presenter Coyote Peterson from his insane attempt to work his way through the insect sting pain index towards the king of the stingers, the bullet ant. In between torturing himself with that he occasionally gets to hang with cute wild animals.
Animals like an ocelot kitten or most recently an adorable, cute, cuddly, charming—did I say adorable already?—little baby fox. Awwww.
Peterson was visiting Steve Kroschel’s Wildlife Center in Haines, Alaska where Kroschel cares for rescue animals including a grizzly bear, wolf, moose, lynx, reindeer, porcupine, snowy owl, wolverine, and foxes. And while there they had the good fortune to meet many of these rescued animals who call the center their home (Kroschel offers guided tours for the public if you want to meet them yourself).
One of the animals that Peterson and his team became particularly fond of was an orphaned red fox called Lupin. Red foxes are found across the globe and often adapt well to living close to human habitats, scavenging in the litter for food.
And Lupin had no problem being around the humans who came to visit her home, bounding around and full of enthusiasm to play with the crew and their cameras, along with rolling around on her back and generally exhausting Peterson with her endless energy—and total lovableness.