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Fox kits are some of the more playful and adorable baby animals around, and any chance to see them in action is a treat.

Reddit user u/Vechrotex had the pleasure of watching a pair of kits frolicking on their grandmother's deck and decided to share the experience with Reddit.


Beware, cuteness overloads are possible below!

It started with one fox kit who decided to peek in the patio door and see what the humans were up to.


He soon returned with a playmate.


The two kits played together on the porch for some time.


This wasn't the end of the vulpine visitations, though.

Redditors loved the cute kits.

"Some folks have all the luck. Baby fox is super cute."

-shendrad
"All grandma needs now is a neighbor with a bloodhound puppy and we have the makings of a great movie."

-operez1990
"Look at its little blep ❤❤ too cute"

-alias_IV
"This is why I reddit. I much prefer these kinds of breaking news updates punctuating my day.

-earlyviolet

"Firefox has encountered a Windows error."

-how_now_gnarly_cow
"I want to snuggle the biting wild dog."

-EverythingIsCreepy

Many were completely captivated.

"I hope you're ok with being labeled the 'Baby Fox Guy' because we are going to need daily if not hourly updates on these little buddies"
"You've completely captured my heart in just 3 pictures. They're so pure!"

-oochiolism
"Times like these when I wish Reddit had a “love" button"

-babytoast
"I've never felt like I NEEDED something as much as I do right now."

-SwagCannon_69


While baby foxes are the epitome of adorable, they are still very much wild animals. Observe their cuteness from a distance and everyone will be happier in the end.

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