A litter of tiny baby foxes was found near a donation bin in Pennsylvania.
Someone was driving by a clothing donation drop-off in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania when they saw a cardboard box filled with baby foxes.
The pups were taken to the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Educational Center in Sroudsburg, Pennslyvania and are expected to survive and be released in July.
The pups were estimated to only be 10 days old and need special care for the next few months before they can be released.
They each weighed six ounces and are red foxes; identified by the white tip on their tails. They are being fed fox milk formula, will then graduate to eating from a bowl, and then finally to what they would eat in the wild; mainly meat and some fruits and vegetables.
The foxes will potentially be released in July.