BUT, I want these animals to be treated and handled humanely (treat him/her better than how you would want yourself to be treated if you're in their skin), safely (make sure that they are not harmed and that they're kept in a way that wouldn't pose a significant safety or environmental threat to other people, other animals, or the surrounding environment), and overall, RESPONSIBLY. Part of this is making a satisfactory environment for the animal so they can be what they are. For example, if they move around alot, and require lots of space, then give them a big space that they can run around in.
Remember that after a wild animal is born into captivity and kept for a certain amount of time, it may lose its instincts or at least its survival skills.
In short: I do accept the ownership of "exotic pets", but under VERY strict conditions. The animal(s) should be treated with kindness and respect, and it would be good if their owners and handlers would give their animals love.
I hate it whenever someone buys an animal becuase they think it looks cool or it satisfies their ego or whatnot, lockup the animal in a limited space, and then the animal grows up and they find out that they can no longer take care of it, or otherwise fail to treat the animal as well as they should.
Caring for Foxes as Pets
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A final word on fox ownership.
To get ideas for an outdoor enclosure, look at https://raptorpainter.deviantart.com/art/Building-a-better-fox-kennel-5-203764564 and https://www.furaffinity.net/view/2812518/.
For more info on fennec foxes and wolfdogs:
As a bonus, if you read the part about how someone who was looking for a pet fox did not want their face to get bitten off, I'll throw in this clip about what Finnick says to Nick about kissing him (skip to 2:34):