- Norm Fine's Blog
If the lives of 10,000 foxes per year have been saved by the Hunting Act of 2004 in England, and if four cubs in each litter survive to mate each succeeding year, how many foxes and their progeny have been exponentially added to the formerly sustainable fox population in the countryside and where have they gone? Why, to the cities, of course.
Foxhunting Life gets mail, even from Sunny Sutton in London. Here’s one recent exchange.