A fun video from Norway where these two are the subject of a children's book designed to raise opposition to the captive-fox fur trade.
Ironically, this video may cause misery if people are lead to believe that these animals are nothing more than a cute forest dog. They aren't. Fox make rotten pets as they have scent glands that will stink up the house, and they will pee any time and anywhere. Because pet fox almost universally lead short, brutal lives at the hands of ignorant people who later abandon them to the wild to starve, owning a pet fox is generally illegal in the U.S. unless a state-license is issued.
This fox actually lives outside and I gather that the fox is free to come and go as it wishes. That might be great in this location in Norway, but in most places a tame fox is going to be shot as a suspect for rabies, or it will end up dead in a week or two because it's simply too easy a target for less forgiving people and dogs.