Young Boy Cares for Blind Deer, Helps it Find Food, Stay Safe

Young Boy Cares for Blind Deer, Helps it Find Food, Stay Safe

boy-deerThis is one of the sweetest, kindest stories you will ever read. A young boy found a blind deer in the neighborhood and decided to take care of it — and the deer gratefully let him.

Blessings reports,

Reddit user “bluecollarclassicist” noticed that for a couple of days a young boy about ten years old was helping a blind deer in the neighborhood. The Redditor wrote that the boy meets the deer every morning before school and guides her from grass patch to grass patch to ensure she’s finding enough to eat and stays out of the roads.

Because a blind deer in a residential neighborhood can be a recipe for disaster, with cars, dogs, rowdy kids, etc., he also notes that his wife called a local wildlife rescue organization after seeing the deer and boy for a few days in a row to ask if there was anything they could do for her.

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“They have a vet on staff and will be picking the animal up today to bring her to a forest preserve where she can be looked after and stay out of traffic,” he wrote. And when the rescue group showed up to help her, the entire neighborhood came out to say goodbye. Several other neighbors had been leaving food out for her and making sure she was away from the streets, so it was bittersweet for everyone to see her leave, even if it was for her own good.

What a great relationship for both the boy and the deer. This is the kind of kid who is going to end up making something of himself in the world.

Rachel Alexander

Rachel Alexander is the editor of Intellectual Conservative. She is a senior editor at The Stream, and is a regular contributor to Townhall, the Selous Foundation for Public Policy Research, and The Christian Post, and provides weekend news items for Right Wing News. She frequently appears on TV and news radio as a conservative commentator. She is a recovering attorney and former gun magazine editor. She previously served as a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona, corporate attorney for Go Daddy Software, and Special Assistant/Deputy County Attorney for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. As co-president of the UW Political Science Honor Society, she obtained degrees in Political Science and History from the University of Washington, followed by a law degree from Boston College and the University of Arizona. She was ranked by Right Wing News as one of the 50 Best Conservative Columnists from 2011-2017.

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