I write following your report about a “foxy intruder” (The Argus, July 1).

You can see clearly in the photograph you printed that it is a young fox cub.

The report states that “a brazen fox” swaggered into a Brighton home. Really, it is a fox cub exploring its territory, no more than that.

It’s no different to a puppy looking for something to play with.

It is said that it was not scared at all. Why should it be? Only through contact with humans chasing it out with a broom will it be more wary next time.

Live and let live – there is room for all in this world.

Paul Robards, Griffiths Avenue, Lancing