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Streamer's run-in with wild fox is cutest thing you'll see today

Published: 28/Oct/2019 18:51

by Eli Becht


Twitch streamer maxadrums_ came face-to-face with a wild fox and instead of being afraid, he held his hand out and began petting it.

Twitch is the home of many things outside of just video games so viewers never really know what to expect on any given day.

In the Just Chatting section, you can find just about anything, including this streamer having a rather wholesome encounter with a wild fox in his backyard after seeing it for the past several days.

Maxadrums was streaming from his yard when he came across a full-grown fox, but instead of staying away from it as most people would with wild animals, he became friendly with it and even got it to come up to him.


He began to pet the fox and the two shared a cool moment that didn’t result in anyone being bit, scratched, or hurt.

Wild animals generally aren’t the safest to approach since you don’t know what their intentions are nor do you know what types of diseases they could be carrying.

Of course, it appears this streamer runs into the same fox every single day so he felt it was safe to let it come up to him, possibly assuming if it was going to attack him then it would have done so already. He’s grown so comfortable with the fox he even lets it inside. 


Maxadrums is a relatively small streamer on Twitch, coming in at just over 1,000 followers, but if he has more wildlife on his stream like this in the future, he could be growing before he knows it. 

He has a special camera setup for close-ups of the fox, and it obliges by putting its face right up to the lens.

In fact, the Just Chatting section of Twitch has been growing rapidly over the past year. It is far and away the fastest-growing section of Twitch and it looks like there’s no end in sight for it.

While games like Fortnite and League of Legends remain more popular, there’s not much else out there that competes with the viewers that Just Chatting brings.