Like human children, their daily activities consist of eating, pooping, and playing, without a care in the world. Must be nice!
They've been eating on their own and don't seem to be with their mother as much already.
Here's some stills of the red fox kits of Great Falls, Virginia. . .
. . . and of course videos!
One thing to take note of though is that one of the kits has a fairly large rash on its throat and neck. It's a patch of red without fur (picture below). Look closely at its neck to see what I mean.
What do you think caused this? Possible explanations that I (and other biologists, naturalists, and friends) have thought of is heat rash, scratching, mange, mites, fungus, disease, foul play between foxes, the mother red fox carrying the kit, or another predator.
I'll be watching these kits closely, and hope you will too.