NFWS will care for Puggle until he's ready to be released back into the wild, but he still has a bit more time left under the organization's care.
Puggle will have what the NFWS representative calls a "soft-release" back into the wild, which involves Puggle being integrated into another fox family in a pen. "He will first be introduced to 3-4 other cubs his own age and size," according to the representative.
As an all-volunteer organization, NFWS organizes the rescue, recovery, fostering and releasing of foxes back into the wild. To learn more about its work, visit the NFWS Facebook page.
Additionally, you can enjoy a video of Puggle during feeding time from when he was a small cub.