A neighbour spotted this fox in her garden last week, with a large patch of mange on its back. A second fox (below) was also suffering. Animal welfare charities have suggested either putting out food with a homeopathic remedy inside, or leaving food in a particular spot in the garden till they get used to finding it there, then moving it into a trap. The animals could then be taken away for treatment. Both methods involve feeding the foxes for some days - something she's not keen to do, as this could attract other foxes as well. And what if the wrong ones (about five roam the area) get trapped? She's not happy about either of these solutions. So does anyone have another suggestion???????