MADISON (WKOW) -- Dane County Humane Society is reminding the public to keep Wisconsin wildlife wild after a fox with a collar on was brought to their wildlife center.
DCHS posted a picture of the young adult male Red Fox on their Facebook page. The post said it came into DCHS's Four Lakes Wildlife Center with a collar on and seemed to be tame. The post said he is unable to be released back into the wild because of his presumed prior interactions with humans.
The MacKenzie Environmental Education Center has now taken him to provide for him in a safe environment.
In the post, DCHS said, "We can all agree on how cute these animals are, but it's so important to allow them to stay wild. We promise you - dogs, cats and critters make fantastic pets! Together, let's help keep our Wisconsin Wildlife WILD!"
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