Fox attacks woman in her own lounge, leaving her bloodied and bruised

Fox attacks woman in her own lounge, leaving her bloodied and bruised

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A FOX bit a woman seven times after creeping into her living room.

Sarah McKendrick, 40, was home alone when the feral creature brazenly marched in.

A terrified woman was left bloody and bruised after a fox crept into her home and attacked her

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Sarah McKendrick was stunned to see a fox creep into her living room and try to steal her shoes[/caption]

It tried to steal her shoes before savaging her hand as she tried to shoo it out of her garden flat.

The voice-over artist, who had left her back door open, said: “It was very scary. I told the fox, ‘Don’t take my shoes,’ and then to go away but it came back in.

“I tried to shoo him way and he just bit down on my right hand, so I had to hit him on the head to try to release his jaws.

“He bit me like a dog, he scratched my arms — but then clamped down and held on tight.”

Sarah, of Ealing, West London, added: “The bite was so damn hard.

“I tried to grab his jaw to release me. He eventually let go but it lasted for five minutes. The fox bit me about seven times — but only got me badly twice. It was looking at me like, ‘hee-hee, this is fun’.”

He bit me like a dog, he scratched my arms — but then clamped down and held on tight.


Sarah McKendrick

Sarah said: “He apparently grabbed my neighbour’s shoe as well.

“They have a six-week-old baby, and I was so much more concerned in case the fox got in and grabbed it — we could be talking about a tragedy.”


Sarah rushed to her GP the morning after, and was put on strong antibiotics to fight any infection. She said: “I was told there is no rabies here but their saliva can cause sepsis.”

The encounter came after Sarah saw a fox in her home several months ago.

Last year we told how Jodie Nailard, 22, was attacked by a fox as she slept in Clap­ham, South London.

Sarah says she tried to shoo the animal away but it scratched her and bit down on her right hand

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She had left the back door to her ground-floor flat open when the animal sneaked in[/caption]

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Sarah rushed to her GP the next day to make sure she wouldn’t get an infection from the bites she sustained[/caption]

Dan Charity – The Sun

She says she was relieved the fox didn’t get into her neighbours’ house as they have a young child, and ‘we could be talking about a tragedy’[/caption]


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