Delco Residents Come Together As Foxes Continue To Steal From Properties
There’s a headline you never thought you’d read. Delco Residents Come Together As Foxes Continue To Steal From Properties.
Delco residents Tom and Amy Acquarola of Media, Pennsylvania showed Tim Furlong of NBC10 the area in their backyard that have become the foxes playground.
Shoes keep ending up in Tom’s yard. Tom’s wife Amy said she hosts a neighborhood text chain to keep track of the lost shoes. They almost always make it back to their rightful owner. Tom swears this isn’t some kind of weird conspiracy to collect folk’s shoes.
The shoes aren’t just ending up in Tom and Amy’s yard. The foxes are distributing them all over the neighborhood. Residents have started bringing the shoes directly to Amy so that she can put them in the text chain or post them to facebook in hopes of finding who they belong to.
That’s not the only thing the foxes are stealing though. They are also interested in newspapers and circulars.
One neighbor mentioned that the foxes are not necessarily trying to stick around to long as they seem skittish around people. But they have been seen often enough to be given names. Although this particular woman is not trying to domesticate them, she did name them. The foxes are now Floofy, Goofy and Cleo.
This seems to be an annual occurrence for foxes in Media. Because of this, they are warning everyone not to leave their shoes outside. You could be next.
Some people have barbecues. These Delco Residents Come Together As Foxes Continue To Steal From Properties.