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Hayley Cawley described how she has been accused of lying about the fox's attack on her five-week-old son Dennie.
Talking about the attacks from people online she told Daybreak; "They've been terrible, I had a little look last night and I had to close the page down."
Responding to claims that it was not a fox but a dog that attacked Dennie Ms Cawley said, "I've never had a dog in my life."
Hayley Cawley has told Daybreak of the horror of coming down stairs to find her five-week-old baby being dragged out of the house by a fox.
She said that if baby Dennie had been any smaller the fox would have been able to drag him faster and "things could have been much worse."
The mother of a five-week-old baby attacked by a fox has told of how she managed to pull him from the animal's jaws as it dragged the boy "like a 10lb chicken".
The five-week-old baby attacked by a fox has been released from hospital and is back with his parents.
However the boy's mother, Hayley Cawley, told The Sun she will never return to their home where the attack took place.
Ms Cawley said the fox had severed two of Dennie Dolan's arteries and her son underwent a five-hour-long operation while surgeons tried to save one of his fingers.
“Afterwards they told us there was a 70 percent chance he will recover full use of it and that he was very lucky", she added.
The father of a month-old baby who was attacked by a fox has paid tribute to his "poor boy" as the family is inundated with messages of support.
Paul Dolan posted the comment on Facebook along with a photo of his son, Denny Dolan, which showed his hand heavily bandaged as he recovers in hospital.
Surgeons reportedly had to reattach one of the baby's fingers after he was dragged from his cot at his family's home near Bromley, south east London, on Wednesday. He also had cuts to his face which needed stitches.
The mother of fox attack victim Denny Dolan had gone upstairs when she heard a bang and rushed down to find the animal dragging her baby towards the back door, his aunt has said.
"It was so traumatic," Lorraine Murphy told The Times (£). "The family are devastated. I spoke to my brother at the hospital, but he couldn't even talk. Denny's lovely - he was a perfect baby."
The company which is responsible for maintenance issues with the baby's home has denied press reports it failed to respond to requests from the family to fix a damaged door.
Phoenix Community Housing said repair works were completed last month and said no further requests had been made.
A fox that attacked a baby over the weekend has sparked a new debate into 'pest control' of the species. The one-month old baby, who was attacked in his home in Bromley, is said to be recovering well in hospital.
Surgeons reportedly had to re-attach one of Denny Dolan's fingers, after he was dragged from his cot by the animal.
Local authorities and animal welfare organisations have beenadvising residents on ways to make their homes and back gardens less attractiveto foxes.
"These can include repellents and making sure that waste food is always disposed of in secure, lidded bins and containers. We must all do this together for it to be effective in discouraging foxes from our neighbourhoods."
For all the advice, visit their website at: http://www.lewisham.gov.uk