The adorability scale of these baby arctic foxes is off the charts. If you have a pacemaker, look away.
Years ago, scientists in the USSR set out to discover how quickly a selectively bred animal could start to become domesticated. They started with red foxes and the offspring soon started to have gentler, friendlier personalities and their looks started to change as well. They started turning silver.
After the fall of communism, the scientists lost their funding and started selling offspring of the domesticated foxes as pets in order to further their research. You can buy your own for just under $6,000.
When all of Gladys the chicken’s relatives got eatten by a fox, her owners started to bring her inside to keep her safe. At that point, she made an unlikely best friend, the owner’s house cat, Snowy. The kitty and chicken friends are adorable! –Go Look!