Jennifer Rutter loves to see the animals from her London home’s windows. But she’s received a pretty special visitor every month since February.

Every day the fox pays Rutter a visit and enjoys basking in the sun on the ledge of her window.

Rutter told The Dodo, “I see that fox almost every day, and she’s a favorite on our block. The youngsters keep an eye on her from their bedroom windows.

Rutter doesn’t mind having a wild fox as a neighbor, especially since the vixen’s so well-mannered. “She seems really polite and gentle,” Rutter said. “She steps off the pavement to let people pass, and, apart from the debris she leaves in my garden, she’s very welcome!”

The fox even brings Rutter gifts, leaving the trinkets on her doorstep. “It’s brought me so many ‘presents,’” Rutter said. “I’ve had a bag of moldy limes, lots of chicken drumsticks, a single sausage, a small toy car — bread seems to be a favorite.”

But nobody had personally interacted with the wild fox until this week, when Rutter’s kitten, Dodo, decided to make a new friend.

Dodo was hanging out with her mom in the home office when the fox appeared at the window. The brave little kitten immediately jumped at the opportunity to play with the wild fox.

Dodo was seated on Rutter’s knee when he pointed the fox out to her. I began filming once she leaped up to the window and attracted the fox’s attention. They were reflecting one other in a way that I had never seen them do before, and it was quite poignant.

You can watch the touching moment here:

The patient fox watched as Dodo pawed at the window and made little chirps of hello and then went about her business in the wild.

“I thought the fox seemed curious and playful — not a threat,” Rutter said. “It was like Dodo had interrupted her, and she was graciously giving the baby cat some attention.”

Rutter and Dodo look forward to future visits from the fox and can’t wait to see what presents she brings them next.