Mette, who lives by herself in a mountainside home, began to feel lonely after the passing of her husband.
Day in and day out, she found herself alone and isolated. Then one day, something incredible happened. Mette started noticing that one particular deer showed up at her house every day.
Experts tell people to never get close to deer. While they’re gorgeous and appear gentle, they can do significant harm to a person. For Mette, that warning didn’t matter.
Seeing the stag with its impressive rack, she couldn’t help but fall in love with him. To her, this wasn’t some wild animal but instead, one with a gentle and kind demeanor.
She couldn’t help falling in love with the stag after seeing his magnificent rack. She perceived this to be a creature with a delicate and elegant manner rather than some wild creature.
She convinced us to give the buck food.
Mette took out a loaf of bread on a whim.
She gave him a chunk as the deer extended its neck to reach the window. He gently and slowly took the piece of bread from Mette’s hand, with the exception of the deer becoming startled. That’s when she discovered how much this buck loved bread snacks and how great they were.
Of course, she had to give him a name. If you’re going to feed a deer on a daily basis, it needs a name.
So, Mette settled on Flippen.
After the first encounter, she wasn’t sure if the buck would return for more bread. But he did. Every day, he would take his position beneath her window, patiently waiting for Mette to give him his favorite treat.
The friendship between Mette and Flippen grew into something special. From the very first day of feeding Flippen, he came back, not just once a day, but twice.
Last but not least, Britt, a woman, was having a stroll near the mountains when she noticed how the two interacted. She quickly pulled out her camera and started recording their oddly endearing relationship.
Mette no longer feels alone now that she has a beautiful friend. Her days of feeling alone are long gone. Thanks to Flippen and his daily routine of showing up for bread, she feels alive again.
When asked what she thinks about the friendship, Mette said she loves nothing more than to feed and visit with her special animal pal.