That's why A New Hope plans to keep Soul for the remainder of his life. "We do hope to get him another friend fox in the future. We just have to find one to put up with him."
And that's good news for Soul, who got a rough start in life. He was born in a facility that breeds foxes for various industries, such as fur. As a young cub, he was sold to a woman as a pet.
When a court ordered that she give up the fox, she drove him from her home in Ohio down to Georgia, so he could live out his life at the sanctuary, according to Baird.
"He could've easily been a fur coat," Baird said.
Instead, he's in a small town in Georgia making one of his first real friends, who just happens to be a different species.
If you'd like to keep up with the adventures of Soul, Home Girl and the other animals at A New Hope, you can follow the sanctuary on its Facebook page.