Kayla was forced to use anything she could grab to get the fox off of her leg – in this case that was a box of waffles and some K-Cups.
“This is just what she happened to have in her hands at the time,” her father, Bruce, said.
Bruce was inside when the fox pounced on his daughter.
"When I heard her start to scream I wasn't sure what was happening so I jumped out and when she came back around she had the fox attached to her leg,” Bruce said.
Kayla was rushed to the hospital where she received several painful rabies shots, and she will need additional treatment as a precaution.
The other victim Monday was a woman who had been gardening that morning.
Animal Control believes the fox is dead after being hit by a truck Tuesday morning. Tests are underway to determine if the fox was, in fact, rabid.