"I haven't tamed him. He appears when he feels like it... He is undoubtedly a very handsome animal and I started posting pictures of him on Twitter whenever he chose to appear," says Mr Soanes to the Daily Mail. (He assumed Gaspard was a he, until her cubs appeared).
Tame or not, Gaspard will now be immortalized in books that aim to bring the life of urban foxes before young readers.
The first title in the series is due for release in May 2018, according to a press release by publishing house Graffeg.
Meanwhile, the news of Gaspard's book was welcomed warmly on Twitter.
Well this is good news. Congratulations everyone.- Derek Browning (@DerekBrowning2) July 28, 2017
This is amazing!! Definitely buying the books for the children in my class!- Jessica Moxom (@Jessers90) July 28, 2017
And in case you're wondering - yes, Gaspard will do a book tour soon and sign with paw prints. She confirmed as much herself:
Yes- Gaspard The Fox (@GaspardTheFox) July 28, 2017
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