Video created with Apple Final Cut Pro™ by Cuteporter KB, as well as this text which sums it all up quite well: “After months in the care of the California Wildlife Center in Malibu, California, five orphaned fawns enjoy their first moments back in the wild where they belong. Orphaned fawns are prevented from seeing human faces and forms during their time in the rehab setting. In keeping with that policy, this video was filmed from behind a camouflage screen in the woods, by a volunteer.”
[O yes. Yes. Yup. Uh-huh. Oooooo, yeah. Mmmmmmmm hmmmmm.]
A Smedley find.
[I'm Ellie-May The Frenchie. This is MY turf, see? You can come back on December 24th with the Jolly Ol' Elf and your pals, OK? 'Til then, BEAT IT!]
From Barb (sans Paul, ‘cuz he’s fishing) -struggling to be Cute. Cred to Saffron for noticing the then-unintentional but totally on-point Star Trek reference.
Prosh Bambi ‘Tocks:
“Taken at the Allegheny Cemetery here in Pittsburgh.” -Sharon L.
Here’s the story: these logger guys rescued this bebeh deer who was tangled up in some thorny branches. They wanted to let him go, but when they tried to put him down, he had a distinct problem with that.
It’s summertime in Nara, Japan. What do you do to cool off? Well, you plop right down in the street, naturally.
RocketNews 24 says “this is a regular occurrence in late July, with the deer strolling out of the park to ‘enjoy the coolness of the street.'”
From Andrew Y., who still never sleeps. Music by The Lovin’ Spoonful, man.
Oh, Deer. A man in upstate New York’s camera lens is a bit smudgy, so this critter decides to offer a helping hand, er, tongue.
Well, maybe check down the street at Wal-Mart. They’re always open. From I Have Seen The Whole Of The Internet.
‘Cause these nice fellows helped it!
“My husband and his friend pulled over when they saw a faun on the opposite side of a busy road in Alberta, separated from its mother. Mom had just crossed and baby deer was just standing on the roadside, too frightened. The big softies save the day!” -Jennifer M.