Thursday, 4 December 2008

Simon Wild

... and Sussex Wildlife Protection Group - saved Copper the fox from certain death by the local hunt. After retrieving Copper from the hounds, they plugged the rabbit hole he'd bolted down with a helmet loaned by a compassionate police officer (who is sadly unable to accept his Animal Pride award). When the coast was clear, Copper was rushed to a vet and treated for shock and internal bleeding. He is now fully recovered and has been released into an area where hunting is banned ...

See Simon's photos in the gallery devoted to Henry S Salt, humanitarian reformer and author of A Plea for Vegetarianism.

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