A new deer arrived in the Libearty sanctuary

A deer arrived in the Libearty sanctuary, after it had been saved by a shepherd. The fawn had been driven in  a corner by the dogs, when she was one month.

The shepherd from Piatra village (Arges county) saved her and took care of her. He asked for the help of a veterinarian and fed her until it was one year old. Unfortunately, her rehab became impossible, as she got used to be fed and taken care of. So, freeing her up would have meant to condemn her to death.

Her rescuer asked for our help and one team from the Millions of Friends Association transfered her in the enclosure. Here, four other deer saved by AMP live happily.

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