Adorable baby deer refuses to leave the man who saved her life in heartwarming footage

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+8 1. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

Bambi is alive :D
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+6 2. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Oh deer... <3my heart is melting<3
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+4 3. RandurSource commented 8 years ago

I think it's just looking for a nipple to suck: "Where is my milk!!!"
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-5 4. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

I'm ashamed to say that I like venison but I don't have it very often because it's a little deer :(|) :squirrel:
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-3 5. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

I like it too..but then pigs and cows are little too before we eat them....and chickens. :( ..unless you are vegetarian which I am not..but I too often have this weird dilemma...
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+4 6. samxgx commented 8 years ago

Couldn't find the backstory on Snotr so here it is...
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+2 7. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#4 & #5 Venison is deer meat, not baby deer meat. I have never heard of a hunter taking a fawn on purpose.
Venison is not similar to veal as far as the maturity of the animal.
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+3 8. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Not a hunter, but friends that are, but I'm sure here the deer has to be a certain size before you can hunt it, and very few antlerless licenses available anyways...but man, the guy still better be looking for ticks....lyme disease is a real! :squirrel:
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-5 9. marleymanbob commented 8 years ago

wow no one got the joke about venison being a little deer (as in expensive) Come on ppl!
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+2 10. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Didn't get that..still don't #9..I know deer can also mean some other things >:)
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+6 11. joeman commented 8 years ago

Who the heck would down vote #6? I say thanks! :) :) :) :squirrel:
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+5 12. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Ikr #11..agree very much with you! Thanks #11 and #6 :) :* :squirrel:
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0 13. huldu commented 8 years ago

Considering how young that thing is, it has 0% survival chance on its own. What happened to the mother is my question...
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+2 14. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#13 Watch the whole link that #6 gave us , it tells the whole story with a happy ending.... (not like in a massage parlor "happy ending" either). >:)
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0 15. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#11 In England the word deer or dear would often be used to mean expensive as explained by Bob marley man. It would be used is sentences like "We don't go to that shop any more because it's a bit dear" or "He does a good job but he's a bit deer (expensive). :squirrel:
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+2 16. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#15 I got what #9 meant but he used the wrong spelling of dear for meaning pricey.
Deer is not used for meaning expensive in either American or British dictionaries. (i)
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+1 17. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#16 It's slang
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+2 18. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Or slang dictionaries or Urban dictionary...sorry. :(
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+1 19. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

#18 Suxi When a word is slang it's often used by all manor of people some of which will spell it any way they fecking want. Stop being so pernickety :(|)
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+4 20. librabooks commented 8 years ago

#18 What about dmmmmqr? (4M's and a silent Q - Monty Pythonism)? :) Sorry, just trying to add a little humour to this war. You are right, btw.

#6 Thanks so much for the research! Great video!

The mom obviously left because she couldn't stick around with all the predators. She had to ultimately leave the weak one behind. Animals do have feelings for their young, though they don't show it like we expect it of human beings. We always love it when animals show reactions similar to us, but in all honesty, they are nothing like us, nor are they like each other.

Thundersnow, my love ;), there is nothing wrong with being an omnivore. It's a choice. But just like Rick said to Carl in "The Walking Dead", "...Don't name them". Being a vegetarian is also a choice, but it should be done for the right reasons, and there should be a lot of research done before you venture out. Certain vitamins and proteins are needed and present in meats, and are only available in a few vegetables and legumes, and, depending on what type of vegetarianism you are looking to get into, minerals and oils too.

Judgement Day Jake, I have to disagree. It just seems apparent that you made a mistake and that you want to argue for the sake of arguing. Can you please provide proof?

Oops - lol - forgot to add that I do love your sense of humour, tho! :)
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+1 21. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#20 ;) I do agree with you, as I am not a vegetarian, I feel I need the protein to feel balanced physically, if that makes any sense, I know I will never be a vegetarian, however...if I had to kill an animal to eat meat (not to survive, bc that is obvious) just for a meal, I could not...unless I was dying of starvation..., but indirectly I do kill animals every time I buy meat at the supermarket...which I have no problem doing...hmmmm....product of a typically suburban society maybe...okay I will stop thinking out loud now, but thanks for listening <3 >:) :squirrel: