Oddly acting fox on Sunday afternoon around Wolfe Street and South Alfred Street.
Photo Courtesy of Geri Baldwin
On a beautiful raining Sunday afternoon, Feb. 11, a fox decided to take a walk and roamed throughout the neighborhood along the 900 block of Wolfe Street and 600 block of South Alfred Street. It was first spotted at 1:49 p.m. Sunday afternoon in front of 910 Wolfe St., spotted again around 8:30 p.m. at 616 South Alfred St.
The city’s Animal Control was contacted by a concerned resident but she was told that nothing could be done about it until Monday; no one was on duty to respond to the complaint of safety and well-being of the community.
Another resident, Ms. Bilquees Gwia, thinking Animal Control thought it was a crank, contacted them by email and sent the video to email@example.com showing it might have mange and was walking with a limp.
Hopefully they will find the fox before it harms someone.
I called the non-emergency number at 703-746-4444 and was told they would forward it to Animal Control and if I see it again I should call in its location.
I hope someone does call if they see it.
Activist Geri Baldwin