Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Deer Rescued After Spotted With Something Stuck On Its Head.

Still In Danger

Still In Danger

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Although the bowl was removed from the deer, something else happened. After the MCSPCA left the scene, they got another call from the homeowner claiming that the deer was on the ground and having difficulty breathing. They eventually realized that the buck hadn't drank or eaten in nearly 5 days. So once again, more help was called to save the buck.

Hydration Was Key

Hydration Was Key

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The deer was fed 600 milliliters of fluid by one of the most experienced veterinary technicians from the shelter. “We could tell he was completely dehydrated by the way he looked,” said the vet. “After we administered the fluids his head perked right up, and after a few minutes his breathing returned to normal.” The question remained, would it be strong enough to rejoin its kind or did the crisis sever that bond permanently?

Saving Buck

Saving Buck

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The team watched from a safe distance as the deer stood and started walking again. Eventually, it mustered enough energy to trot. Then it dashed and leaped over a fence and into the woods at full-speed. The MCSPCA hadn't gotten any more calls of a wayward buck. This meant that that buck got a second lease on life after its ordeal with a bowl, which was an abandoned light fixture. But you know something? That wasn't the only time a deer in distress was rescued...

A Baby Deer

A Baby Deer

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It's extremely difficult to communicate and interact with wild animals, so this story will definitely warm your heart. Now obviously when you reach out to help an animal, you want to assure them everything will be okay. But they're animals. They don't understand us. But one guy named Darius, documented the incredible journey of how he took swift action when he found a fawn, which had been injured.

Born And Injured

Born And Injured

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The fawn appeared to have been trying to walk, but it also seemed to have an injury on one of its legs, which made it impossible to keep up with its family. Darius told The Dodo, "The fawn was helpless. She was just born earlier that day, and still had some blood on her belly." She was only a day old and was already injured. Sadly, her mother had kept on walking and didn't look back. Darius realized he had to do something, fast.

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