The video below features one of the most intense and beautiful rescues ever. The female roe deer in this clip was hit by a car and she suffered from a few deep cuts on her head. Simon Cowell, the founder of Wildlife Aid Foundation decided to take her to the hospital. Even though he could see the cuts on her head, he didn’t know if she had any internal injuries.
Time plays a big role when it comes to rescuing a deer. These creatures suffer from a complex disease called “capture myopathy.” This illness is associated with the capture or handling of any wild animal. A deer can die of capture myopathy when it becomes too stressed. So, for that reason, Emma, the vet, quickly stitched the wounds and rushed back with Simon to where the deer was found.
Once they were back in the woods, the deer struggled to stand up and she wasn’t even showing any will to live. But Simon didn’t give up. After a lot of effort from his part, she managed to stand on her own, but failed to take her first step. Simon waited, encouraging her and watching her, for quite some time before she finally stood and started to walk on her own.
As the deer wandered away from him, slowly but definitely feeling better, Simon was rewarded by knowing that she would be okay. All she needed was a bit of time for the anesthesia to wear off and for her head to clear.
Watch what happened next in this video below and be sure to share your thoughts about this video in the comments section!
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