It's springtime in Colorado, which means it's allergy season and (extra) unpredictable weather season, but on top of that, it's also baby fox season. As cute as they are, Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds us to not approach fox cubs if you see one. 

Colorado Parks and Wildlife said that if you see a baby fox (or any animal, for that matter), don't feed them or harass them, just let them be. Only if the animal appears to be in danger or sick should you do something.

'If a young animal appears healthy, it is likely still being fed by its mother,' Colorado Parks and Wildlife posted on its Facebook page. 'If it appears sick or weak, contact a local CPW Office.'

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