This Guy Spots A Strange Newborn Baby Deer Laying In The Road But Then He Notices THIS..

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When I first began watching the video you are about to see below, it looked as if Steve Knoop and his friends had come upon a fawn that had been hit by a vehicle.  It was lying in the middle of the road on pavement, with it’s legs in a position that made it appear to be hurt.

Luckily these men saw it as they were driving along, and didn’t run over the baby.  They approached the fawn with caution to see  exactly what it’s condition was.  In the video you hear these concerned men discuss what they observe to be a newborn baby deer whose mother seems to have given birth in the middle of the road.

As they get closer they see that he is not injured and that his mother is watching the scene from the woods at the side of the road.  Unsure of whether they should move him or not they discuss the alternative. They quickly decide that leaving him there would endanger his life, which leads Paul to very gently lift him from the middle of the road and quickly deposit the baby near the side of the woods.

What happens next sends the men into shouts of jubilation! Watch The Video Below and Enjoy!

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Mama Cow Kept Hiding Her Baby Calf Every Day. The Reason Tore My Heart Up!

At Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary in Australia a dairy cow named Clarabelle was acting nervous and not like her usual self. She paced around the paddock and seemed to have lost her normally strong appetite. Knowing she was pregnant and her baby due in about a week the sanctuary workers quickly honed in on an engorged teat and inferred she must have already given birth. But where was her baby? It was nowhere in sight and nothing gave any indication of where it could be!

After searching around for the baby they found the little brown calf carefully hidden in tall grass and brown logs. She was laying down and looked up with her big soft eyes innocently blinking and curious at the sight of them. Clarabelle had given birth, but must have done so awhile ago as there was no umbilical cord and the calf was clean and dry. She had hidden her baby.

Cows are best known in many places for producing milk and associated dairy products. In order to make that milk a cow must become pregnant and give birth to a calf, whom it will nurse. However, in the dairy industry young calves are taken away from their mothers shortly after birth so that the milk can instead be collected for human consumption.

This separation of mother and child is done early on so as to try and cause minimal stress to both but it is also done repeatedly in order to keep the cow producing milk. Clarabelle had tried to hide her calf to prevent it from being taken away, as time and again her calves had been in the past.

This time around Clarabelle will stay with her baby at the farm sanctuary. Her life has changed dramatically for now she is able to live alongside and nurse her calf the natural way. On a side note, Clarabelle’s calf was discovered on Valentine’s Day and named Valentine “in honor of the love between mother cows and their babies” according to the Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary website ( Thanks to them and the work they do, Clarabelle and Valentine have a chance at leading happy and comfortable lives.

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If You Notice A Purple Butterfly Above A Newborn At The Hospital, THIS Is What It Means..

When Millie found out she was having twins, she and her husband Lewis were so excited. Millie’s family had a history of twins, so her delight in continuing the tradition felt just right.  Unfortunately, this exciting news was followed by a finding by the doctors, that was like a punch in the stomach.

They were informed that one of the unborn twins had a rare condition that causes severe developmental effects on the brain.  Known as Anencephaly, this condition in newborns has a survival rate of only a few days.  Taking in the shock of this awful news, and having to go throughthe pregnancy knowing only one of your children will survive, was unimaginably hurtful.

The mixed feelings of grieving impending loss while looking forward to the birth of a healthy child, must be terribly confusing and stressful.  At the time of the birth, Millie ended up having an emergency C-section, and the affected twin whom they named Skye, died soon after.  The video you are about to watch below tells the story of what occurred next.

As they were dealing with the loss and attending to their healthy newborn, a stranger who knew nothing of their circumstances, made a throw-away comment which had a far-reaching impact…”You’re so lucky you haven’t got twins…”

The person was just trying to be supportive and was completely unknowing of their situation.  Millie became hysterical as the comment stung badly, in her vulnerable state.  Although she realized the comment was unintentionally hurtful, the experience gave birth to her idea for protecting other parents from such unknowing comments.  Although the comment was meant to be humorous, she said that those words nearly broke her; it was then that the idea of the purple butterfly as a sign of loss came to her.

In order to raise awareness about loss in a multiple pregnancy Millie and Lewis, and the need for sensitivity, they started the “Skye High Foundation”.  Named after the child they lost, their goal was to have purple butterfly stickers (below) in neonatal wards in hospitals across the nation!

Their intention is to try to save parents who are grieving such a terrible loss, added trauma by unknowing people.  They have started a fund for parents in similar circumstances, and being courageous and caring in attempting to turn their personal tragedy, into support for others.

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Video – Russian Farmers Were Stunned When They Found This Strange Animal Inside Their Barn!

I can’t help but feel sorry for this poor little creature. The deformed baby sheep was found by Russian farmers amongst its family in the barn. The innocent lamb has what appears to be some form of cleft palate, leaving it with an almost human shaped nose. Due to the defect, the animal struggles to bleat in the typical baaing fashion and instead croaks small noises with the gang. An adult, presumably the mother ewe, still lovingly tends to the baby despite the abnormality.

It is curious will become of this challenged babe. Hopefully, it is accepted by people and animals alike and is capable of living a normal, happy life on the farm. Will the lamb suffer any impairments because of its malformation? Can it eat, drink, and play along with all of its peers or will it need special care and attention? I’m going to infer that either way it will be alright since, aside from the interesting facial features, it seems otherwise healthy in appearance.

The good news is that it is probably easier to be an animal with a birth defect than a human with an obvious physical flaw. At least the lamb won’t have to face a lifetime of the social discomfort that is caused by humans’ difficulty to respond to irregularities without judgement and awe.

I can imagine there is a natural amount of heckling from the sheep herd, but its impact could only be far smaller than the gawking and ridicule that is the immediate reaction of an uncultured human being. Good luck little lamb, the internet is rooting for you!

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