Can you dig it? If you're this domesticated fox, the answer is a frustrating "no."
Juniper the pet fox was recently caught on video pouncing on a bed and then trying to dig through it, perhaps thinking the white sheet was a blanket of snow.
Juniper's adventures are also being documented on Instagram, where she's billed as "world's happiest fox" and has 92,000 followers who look forward to photos such as these:
While foxes are adorable, they require a lot of care when domesticated, such as a special diet with some raw meat -- including bones -- and the right amount of the nutrient taurine. They also stink, with their urine and feces smelling "like skunk mixed with ammonia," Juniper's caregiver wrote in one Instagram post.
In another, she added:
"Foxes are not like dogs. While they may display some characteristics similar to dogs these animals have not been bred to want to please people, while dogs on the other hand have. These animals are prone to biting and destructive behavior. They require an extensive amount of time and care to get them to the point where they are even sociable. Juniper takes up 90% of my day. If you don't want to get bitten.. Don't get one. If you don't want to clean up pee constantly.. Don't get one. If you want something to cuddle in the bed with you every night...Don't get one."
Even a seemingly friendly and well-trained fox like Juniper can do this: