George Walder of Castor Colony in Alberta sent this photo of his granddaughter Lisa with a “pet” deer. A few men from the colony found a newborn deer in the ditch and brought it home with them. The doe was probably hit by a vehicle. Lisa’s mother kept the fawn in the house for the first few months. The deer was like a pet, but after about a year, it started to get wild. It ripped clothes off the line and made a mess of the garden. So the boys took the fawn to a wooded area away from the colony and let it go. Lisa’s aunt, Mary Waldner, says, “We had become very attached to the deer, so it sad to send it away.”
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