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.