Posted: 09:38 GMT, 4 January 2021 | Updated: 09:41 GMT, Jan. January 2021

This is the fun moment when a woman has a fox climb onto her shoulders and chew her ponytail while sitting on her doorstep

Elaine McCreadie, from Lanarkshire, Scotland, is regularly greeted by the creature she called sake when she returns home after checking her horse

The 50-year-old sat down outside the front door with the fox as usual, but was surprised when the animal climbed onto her shoulders

The 35-second video shows Elaine sitting on her doorstep with sake before the creature sniffs her long blonde hair

Elaine McCreadie, 50, from Lanarkshire, Scotland, is regularly greeted by the creature she called sake when she returns home after checking her horse

The footage shows the fox brushing his nose against her hair as Elaine repeats, “This is my ponytail you have ‘

The fox puts his paw on the red hood of her coat while Elaine starts laughing and adds: “Don’t pull it!”

The footage shows the fox brushing his nose against her hair as Elaine repeats, “This is my ponytail that you have”

Suddenly the fox turns around as Elaine’s husband Stevie opens the front door before apologizing for disturbing the animal

Elaine shared her footage on social media and most were amazed at what they saw, but some feared interacting with a wild animal in this way could put it at risk

However, she defended her clip, claiming that the encounters were instigated by the fox and that she would never allow it in her house

Elaine said, ‘This was the first time sake had played with my hair like this. She will sit with me regularly, but she had never climbed on me

Elaine shared her footage on social media and most were amazed at what they saw, but some feared that interacting with a wild animal in this way could endanger the risk

‘She gnaws on my slippers when she’s sitting with me, and I was worried she might do the same to my hair, but she didn’t

‘She’s very tame.She’s been coming to our house for years I think we first saw her four years ago when she was a cub However, she has been here regularly since 2019

‘Every night she pops up when I come back from my horse in the yard, it’s almost like she knows when my car will turn up at home’

Elaine said that sake has been visiting her regularly since 2019, waiting when she comes back from the farm after checking her horse

However, one said, ‘Please do not encourage this. Let wild animals be careful. Not all people are nice’

Another added, “As much as I would love it if this happened to me (and I’m a little jealous), it makes me uneasy about how tame she is

‘I’m rural and I think this is an urban fox who seems happier to be with people’

Elaine said: ‘She seems used to human interaction now. She will take food out of your hands without fear. She is also not afraid when we have visitors in the garden ‘

In response, Elaine said, “I wouldn’t recommend making friends with a fox. She is very tame with me, but she did most of the hard work getting close to me

‘She’s not allowed in either, as she sprays everywhere, like she does when she marks her territory outside’

Elaine continued, “She is happy to touch you, but doesn’t want to be touched. Sometimes she lets me play with her cock, but not for too long

‘I don’t believe in leaving out food for her, but when I see her I’ll give her something, whether it’s cat food or something else

‘She seems used to human interaction now. She will take food out of your hands without fear. She is also not afraid when we have visitors in the garden.

‘If we see her in the bushes carrying something, we will call her and she will happily go to us and show what she has in her mouth’

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