A fox cub, thought to be around six weeks old, was "near to death" when it was found at Salisbury Crematorium.
The female cub, nicknamed Peanut, had got her head stuck in the plastic peanut-butter jar and had to be cut free,
Kevin Drew from Creatures in Crisis said they had received a call about an animal banging its head on a gravestone. They responded within 15 minutes and managed to save the cub's life.
Mr Drew said: "She is now doing well at our centre and will be released when she is old enough."
A fox cub that was found running around with a plastic pot stuck on its head has been released back into the wild by its rescuers after the object was cut free from its face.
Volunteers from the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) took care of the cub after it was spotted in Eastbourne on Wednesday 27th May. People living near its home kept a watch to make sure the cub's family were still in the area when it was time for the fox to be released. The cub was set free after a few days of treatment and care.
WRAS is calling on the public to make sure they pick up their rubbish and take it home rather than leaving the litter somewhere where wildlife could become caught or entangled in it.
They're known for their cunning, but this fox was left feeling less sly than usual after getting its head wedged inside the wheel off a parked car.
The animal was trapped for more than 45 minutes in Grays, Essex, after his mishap with a Volkswagen and had to wait patiently for the RSPCA to arrive.
When they were unable to set him free, the fire brigade was summoned.
Firefighters jacked up the car, removed the wheel and then set the animal free. He is now recuperating in South Essex Wildlife Hospital.
Viewer Jadine Bieber Griffin sent in this picture of a fox with two cats on her garden shed. The picture received so many hits on Facebook that we decided to show it on here, too.