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Fox Attack On Lola Koupparis And Isabella Koupparis: Pictures And Horror

by | 9th, June 2010

LOLA Koupparis and her twin sister Isabella Koupparis, aged nine months, are in hospital, having been attacked by a fox in their London bedroom.

The twins’ grandmother Zoe Koupparis, has news:

“Lola is a lot better but Isabella is still sedated. We’re really pleased about Lola. Nick and Pauline [the twins’ parents] are definitely pleased but of course they’re concerned about Isabella.”

The Sun has more background details. Because the parent’s are middle-class and that matters:

Mr Watson – who visited their £850,000 home at Victoria Park in Hackney to pick up a children’s chair – said: “They are bearing up under the circumstances.”

Some good news, then. Yesterday the family home was worth only £800,000 .

In Nightmare Pictures: The Fox Attack In East London

Look away now. Says mum :

“Isabella always sleeps on her tummy so her arm was very, very badly damaged. Lola lies on her back and her injuries are facial. At first I thought she’d lost her eye and she has quite a lot of puncture marks on her arm where the fox tried to snatch her up.”

Fear the fox. The Mirror has a picture of a fox licking its chops.

Fox attack baby girls to be scarred for life

John Bryant, an expert on urban foxes, yesterday said the animal may have been a cub that attacked the tots in a panic after mistaking their soiled nappies for food.

He added: “I get lots of reports from people that they are finding nappies in their gardens. Foxes have a grab-and-go philosophy.”

Judith Woods says to Times readers:

My heart goes out to the parents of the twins Isabella and Lola, apparently attacked in their cot by a marauding urban fox.

You mean the cub looking for poo?

A cheeky fox trotted into my kitchen one afternoon and proceeded to lope round the pine table, pursued, at a safe distance, by the dog. Eventually I managed to herd the creature onto the patio, and it exited the garden with what can only be described as an air of disdainful leisureliness.

A pox that Mr Tod . What a ****!

In Nightmare Pictures: The Fox Attack In East London

Foxes need sorting! The Sun spots a fox in Hackney. It attacks no-one. This time:

And the chilling sight in Hackney, East London, was echoed in towns throughout Britain as The Sun investigated the plague of the urban fox.

Call in the experts :

Will Moore, a fox control expert from Fox Solutions, warned: “Don’t feed them. If they are being fed by people they have no fear and that’s why you get instances such as the one last weekend.”

And don’t

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