The RSPCA delivered a six week old fox cub that had been found on the coast path at Padstow. She was very hungry and thirsty but otherwise fine and after spending a week in care transferred to Secret World Wildlife Rescue. Flash needed to be reared with other foxes to prevent her becoming too used to human company, which would put her at risk when released into the wild. We also transported a very poorly fox cub to Secret World, found the evening before and taken in by wildlife rescue stalwarts, Graham and Lynn of Hydestile, who were in West Cornwall on a family visit. Poor Kernow had suffered a head trauma and needed the specialist care that a wildlife unit such as Secret World could provide. We cared for him overnight then along with Flash and badger cubs Jester and Mikey, travelled to Somerset where each of them had the best chance of a successful return to the wild.