A blinded fox cub left for dead by a speeding car has made a miraculously recovery — after befriending a group of orphaned KITTENS. The injured animal was found with severe head injuries by the side of a dual carriageway in Sidcup, Kent, after he was hit by a car on April 11. It was taken to Kent Wildlife Rescue, given an intravenous drip and put in an induced coma for four days to avoid being killed by seizures. While still unconscious, the fox was put into a cage with three orphaned kittens which were found in a box at the bottom of a log pile near Leeds Castle, Kent. Amazingly the cats immediately began to groom the animal and snuggled up to him as he slowly came out of the coma. The cub, which was not even expected to survive the ordeal, astonishingly began to regain his sight and health after just five days. See masons story MNFOX 14 MAY 2012.