SaveAFox’s littlest fully-grown fox, aptly named ‘Mouse’ for her size, has a condition known as Chediak-Higashi syndrome. This is a genetic disorder brought about as a result of breeding her to obtain her color, which is known in the fur trade as ‘Sapphire’. Chediak-Higashi syndrome causes immune deficiency leading to heightened susceptibility to infection, weakness, peripheral neuropathy, and the blood being unable to clot when bleeding occurs. Mouse is undergoing stem cell treatment, which is known to help combat the condition in other animals. She is the first fox to ever undergo a stem cell therapy! But, the procedures are very costly, and this 1.5” soft enamel pin was created to raise funds to help pay for her to receive this help. Orders ship free within the USA. International shipping is available.
Mouse Enamel Pin