Rescued from a fur farm during the Summer of 2018, Cooper the Fox has come to us with a crippling distrust of humans (rightfully so)! However, with lots of love, patience, and training, we are confident he has become an excellent addition to our animal ambassador program here at the Biophilia Center. He is very attached to his trainer and his new roommate Todd. His favorite food is rat snacks.
Cheyenne came to the Biophilia Center from Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge in December of 2015. She was kept in a concrete, backyard zoo for all of her life before she found her forever home at the Biophilia Center. She is still a little apprehensive towards humans, but she is loving her new enclosure here at the Biophilia Center.
Have you ever seen a sweeter smile? We were fortunate enough to get Zeda in December of 2015 from the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge as well. Zeda had a somewhat abnormal upbringing- She was raised in a residential home, but was gotten rid of when she was unable to be litter box trained. She is currently loving her life here at the Biophilia Center with her "adopted sister," Cheyenne.
Todd is a rambunctious fox a year younger than Cooper. Todd keeps everyone entertained with his theatrics of being the center of attention. He enjoys meeting everyone, playing with his toys, and eating up as much food as he can stomach. Todd keeps Cooper busy and young with this brotherly attention.
Flower is a shy but calm ambassador mammal that was donated to us as a kit. She enjoys napping in her rock den, digging for mealworms or finding blueberries, and following her trainer around especially for food.
Rosie is a courageous and energetic skunk constantly on the prowl for a snack. Her favorite foods include boiled egg, fruit slices, and insects that she digs from her foraging and puzzle feeders. Between meal times she enjoys running around with her trainer and afterwards crashing for a good nap under her rock den.