This is the moment a poor baby deer was calling for help after getting stuck in a river.
A newborn deer that had become trapped in a river was crying out for assistance at this very time.
When the deer’s rescuers contacted Monika Melichar at the Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary for assistance,she advised them to place the newborn deer in a peaceful spot not too far from where it was discovered.
A few hours later, however, the deer started to weep once more, and it had made her way over to the nearby cottages where the folks who had previously saved her were residing.
She was looking for help as her mother wasn’t around, she was so young she could barely walk.
They then phoned Monika again, who instructed them to take the young deer inside the refuge for treatment.
They gave her the name Ivy, and you could tell she was overjoyed to be saved and a very thirsty infant.
But because she was lonely, the sanctuary gave her a little giraffe toy to cuddle with and use as a security blanket.
They were anticipating the arrival of another abandoned fawn so that Ivy wouldn’t be alone. Then, out of nowhere, another buck that had been abandoned appeared.
They hit it off right away, and they were both delighted to have a companion to turn to in difficult times. Before any more deer came, they spent many weeks together
The sanctuary was not a permanent place for these deer. As they each grew up to be strong and healthy deer, WWS knew it was time to let them go back to where they belong. They opened the fence for the deer to pass, and they felt a little heartbroken yet incredibly happy about letting them out in the open. As for Ivy, she was already prancing happily with the other deer.