Baby foxes or cubs are far from looking vicious. In fact, they are unbearably cute! If penguins, turtles, and sparrows get a day of their own, baby foxes should be celebrated, too!
Whether you want to see a baby fox or just have FOMO, we’ve got you covered. Here are 71 pictures of baby foxes to brighten your day!
71 Cute Pictures of Baby Foxes
1. Hello There!
Seems like this baby fox is having a staring contest with the photographer.
2. Who’s the Favorite?
Cute little baby foxes vying for their mom’s attention. Who’s winning?
3. Striking a Pose With the Maple Leaves
What’s a great baby fox portrait without some nature in the background?
4. Which One’s the Eldest?
We have trouble deciding which one is the eldest among these babies. Can you help us?
5. Stare Into My Eyes
The striking eyes of this red fox cub are mesmerizing to look at!
6. Sibling Love
Who doesn’t want a back hug from your sibling?
7. Wake Up, Dude!
Baby fox seems uninformed that they’re posing for a photo.
8. Dinner Spotted
Seems like breakfast is ready for this baby fox.
9. I Said, I’m Nocturnal!
Red baby fox is spotted yawning in the morning. We COMPLETELY understand!
This baby is extra cautious with his steps. We wonder why!
11. Move Over!
Both babies want to be the center of the photo.
12. Give Me Some Rest
This little cub doesn’t seem happy when someone’s lurking while he’s resting.
What goes into the mind of this cutie? Probably food.
Nothing beats a morning walk with your bestie!
15. Morning Kiss!
Such a tender moment between siblings. Mom should be proud!
16. Clingy Baby
Lounging around with mom on a sunny spring day!
17. Let’s Go Visit Some Humans
This baby fox is seen walking around a small town. Making friends, perhaps?
18. Am I Scary Enough?
Where’s the best place to practice your growl? The forest!
19. On a Hunt
Baby fox is helping his parent look for prey. That’s teamwork.
20. Alone Time
This baby seems to be living his best life! Alone and lying in the grass.
21. Love You, Mom!
Physical touch seems to be the love language of this baby fox.
22. I’m the Star
Baby fox got in front of his siblings in time to be the center of attraction.
23. That’s Love
Playtime and clingy time between siblings. Let’s all say, “awwww.”
24. Side Profile
This baby fox is teaching us all how to slay the side profile.
25. Too Dreamy
Baby fox posing for a dreamlike photo, and we’re here for it.
26. What Game is This?
When mama and papa are out on a hunt, the babies play silly games.
27. Exploring the Woods
A stunning cub is starting to explore the woods. What will he discover?
28. No More Hollow
The best place to rest and watch is inside a hollow log. Change our minds!
29. Side by Side
We aren’t twins, are we?
Always looking out for danger when in a hooman’s land.
31. Where to, Next?
Cute little cub is planning where to go next while his siblings are busy playing.
32. Outside the Burrow
Do mom and dad know their cubs are outside the burrow? Probably not.
33. Close Up
This baby cub is game for a closeup photo. Cool!
34. Where Do We Look?
Only the baby cub in the middle got the memo.
35. Camouflaging Failed
It’s really hard to camouflage if you stand out like this lovely red fox.
36. Let’s Do the Jump
Here’s a super active fox jumping over another cub. Two awesome balls of energy!
37. Let Me Sleep
This is exactly how you sleep when you have financial freedom.
38. Am I Hidden Enough?
An adorable red fox is hiding in the British Countryside. She’s not hidden enough, though.
39. You Can’t Run, But You Can’t Hide
Who doesn’t love playing in the wild? Here are two foxes enjoying their playtime.
40. I Can Climb Now
From hiding in the burrow to climbing logs in the woods. We love progress!
Innocent little fox doesn’t know his brother is coming in for a tickle.
42. Baby’s Affection
Who doesn’t love cuddle time with mom?
43. Follow Me!
This grey fox kit is leading his siblings out of their den. Sneaky sneaky little creatures!
44. I’m Stronger Than You
There’s no powerplay here, is there?
45. Is It Safe to Go Out?
These two baby foxes come out of a hollow log after hiding. But what are they hiding from?
Believe it or not, these are foxes, not dogs or rats.
47. White as Snow
American Eskimo? Nah. This fluffy-looking ball of fur is an arctic fox.
This baby gray fox seems lost. Hope he finds his way home soon.
49. Perky Ears
Who says Alaskan Malamutes are the only creatures with beautiful perky ears? Baby foxes, too!
Shh. Keep quiet. This baby fox is practicing his prey-hunting skills.
51. Tiny But Cuddly
This baby fennec fox will remain little forever.
52. Motherly Love
Someone missed mom after being out all day.
53. Thanks, Hooman!
Baby fox wrapped like a burrito be get protection from the cold.
54. Time for a Walk
Although nocturnal, this baby fox is leaving the foxhole to do his morning walk.
55. Cuteness Overload
A bunch of cute baby foxes serving us joy in one frame.
56. Is This How You Sleep?
Eyes asleep but ears awake for this desert fox.
57. Where’s the Third Brother?
Next time, these baby cubs better tell their brother it’s time for a portrait.
58. Went for a Dip
This fox is definitely a water baby.
59. Red vs. Grey
Baby foxes fighting in the wild. Choose your bet.
This baby fox looks like a pet of the royalty.
61. Are the Paparrazis There?
Baby foxes are afraid of flashes, too, right? Here’s one that’s extra cautious.
62. In Deep Thought
Lost in thoughts in the woods? Nah. Just hungry.
63. Will Mom Find Out If I Sneek Out?
Well, little fox, get ready for some serious nagging later.
64. Ferocious Four? Nah.
We don’t smell trouble. Do you?
65. Kissie Kissie
At this point, we can conclude foxes love affectionate kisses.
66. I Can’t Sleep
This baby fox is still wide awake. Guess someone’s having trouble with his body clock.
67. When Will Mom and Dad Come Home?
Two cubs are looking impatient for their parents to come home from hunting.
68. This Is My Territory
That’s a comfy mound you can rest on, little kit.
69. Let’s Go For a Hike
Race to the top little cubs!
70. Can We Move Now?
These cuties seem to be frozen in place. What have they seen?
71. Mom to the Rescue
Baby red foxes seek their mother’s comfort after being hunted down by vicious animals.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Is a Baby Fox?
A baby fox typically costs between $500 and $6,000. However, purchasing one is highly discouraged because they aren’t naturally domesticated creatures.
What Does a Baby Fox Look Like?
A baby fox is either born with short brown, charcoal, or tan-colored fur, but this coat is replaced with red fur in just a few weeks.
Their ears and snout grow longer eventually, making them look more like adult foxes even though they are still relatively small.
Do Baby Foxes Come Out During the Day?
Similar to adult foxes, some baby foxes also come out during the day, especially in springtime. Although they are predominantly nocturnal, they sometimes accompany the father fox in hunting prey.
Baby foxes are some of the most lovable young creatures you’ll come across. It’s no wonder they’re used as a “theme” for baby parties and even adult celebrations.
We hope that through looking at the pictures above, we have satisfied your curiosity and put a smile on your face.
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My name is John Carter and I absolutely love pets, especially cats and dogs. I’ve got a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and have several years’ experience working in animal shelters and rescues. My passion for animals started at a very young age as I grow up on a farm with several horses, cows, cats, chickens, and dogs on our property.