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Intrepid fox REFUSES to leave mother of three’s kitchen after vandalizing it during morning robbery

Make yourself at home! Intrepid fox REFUSES to leave mother of three’s kitchen after sneaking in and trashing it during an early morning ‘raid’

  • Emma Slade, 39, woke up to find her kitchen vandalized in Canvey Island, Essex
  • The mother of three initially blamed her dog, but saw a fox on the counter
  • Her daughter’s boyfriend bravely carried the animal back into the garden
  • Mrs. Slade always promised to close her kitchen door after three hours of cleaning

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A woman was surprised when a fox snuck into her house and wrecked her kitchen – before resting on the counter.

Emma Slade, 39, left the door open in the early hours to let her dog into the garden.

She heard banging all night and thought it was her daughter returning home, but was confused when she found the kitchen covered in rubbish the next morning.

The mother of three found the bins overturned, laundry strewn all over the floor and, sadly, poop left behind.

The cleaner was ready to blame the dog until she saw a cheeky fox was the culprit – and lay calmly curled up on the worktop, in Canvey Island, Essex.

Emma Slade, 39, left the door open in the early hours to let her dog into the garden of her home in Canvey Island, Essex, only for a fox to get in

Mum of three found rubbish bins overturned, laundry strewn all over floor and sadly poop left behind

Mum of three found rubbish bins overturned, laundry strewn all over floor and sadly poop left behind

Mum of three found rubbish bins overturned, laundry strewn all over floor and sadly poop left behind

The cleaner was ready to blame the dog until she saw a cheeky fox was the culprit - and lay calmly curled up on the worktop, in Canvey Island, Essex.

The cleaner was ready to blame the dog until she saw a cheeky fox was the culprit - and lay calmly curled up on the worktop, in Canvey Island, Essex.

The cleaner was ready to blame the dog until she saw a cheeky fox was the culprit – and lay calmly curled up on the worktop, in Canvey Island, Essex.

It took three hours to clean up the mess after her daughter’s boyfriend, Mason, bravely picked up the fox and carried it outside on Friday morning.

Mrs Slade said, ‘Next time I hear banging in the night I might get up and look!

“I thought it was my daughter and her boyfriend coming in, but it was actually a fox!

“I was quite scared at first, but he didn’t even flinch or move at all.

“The door was closed when I came down in the morning, so it must have blown shut at night and the fox got stuck.”

Unfortunately for Mrs. Slade, the fox, in a likely escape attempt, had destroyed most of her kitchen.

She said: ‘There was no real damage, but all the laundry was on the floor, bins on the floor and lots of poop!

“There were flowers all over the couch. It took three hours to clean everything up.

“I’m not the biggest fan of foxes because the night I moved in my rabbit got eaten by a fox so maybe it’s the same one.”

Ms Slade posted video of the encounter online and was told to call the RSPCA.

But her daughter’s boyfriend, Mason, was there to remove the lost fox and put it back outside.

She has since vowed to keep her kitchen door closed to avoid another messy visit.

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