Fox homes in the Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur have become a popular tourist attraction and are an important tourist draw in the city, where most Malaysians live.
The city is also home to a number of exotic and exotic-looking properties, such as a house with a large stone chimney, and a house in which foxes are allowed to live, according to the Star.
Fox homes have been a popular attraction for many tourists, and many are renting out their properties for private events or weddings.
The Fox House in Kuala Lumpur, which houses foxes and houses the Malaysian Fox Museum.
(Courtesy of the Fox House)Fox homes are usually reserved for couples and children, though sometimes adult guests can also use them, according the Star, which also cited a local Fox News Channel program.
Fox owners and residents say the properties are not suitable for the fox population, and they want to stop foxes from being able to live in them.
Fox resident Chua Teng said, “I feel it’s wrong.
If they are allowed there, then there’s no need to keep foxes there.
We feel it is just an economic thing, and we don’t need them there.”
Fox resident Li Li Teng told the Star that she thinks that the fox owners should leave the property.
“The fox has no place in the Fox house,” she said.
Fox house owner Teng, who does not want to give her surname out, said she was not opposed to having foxes in her house.
She also said that if the foxes were to become too dominant, then it could cause trouble for the city’s fox population.
Fox owner Tung and other residents also oppose the development of a large building that would house the Fox Museum, and the development plans for a Fox Safari Park.