Cute, yeah, but the sheer unbelievabilty of it left me cold. Sorry to ruin your moment.
Oh, but Leah, you are supposed to suspend your belief and go awwww! ;)
I suspended my belief and loved every moment of it RebPlus we had a lost fawn here who was found and taken home by a dog. The dog wouldn't leave the fawn's side and nurtured her - the dog's family kept the fawn until she was better and then a petting zoo/rescue place took her inthey take the dog to visit the fawn and they remember each othersaw it with my own eyescongrats on your first video post!and thanks for the warm feeling :)
Awwwww.... I think it is from "The Incredible Journey" or maybe "Milo and Otis" --and I think it is lovely! :)
PS: I can enjoy a video like that, and I LOVE to watch the deer in our yard (there were 13 of them at dusk last night!) but then I think about deer ticks that carry Lyme disease here and freak out just a little.
That's one of my favorite songs of all time. I want it played at my funeral.
Thanks Diane, I am glad you enjoyed it. I often wonder about videos like this, but it was so cute, I couldn't resist.Kcinnova, you could be right. Glad you enjoyed it and wow a baker's dozen in your yard!Thanks David.Jay, it is one of mine too, but as I am not having a funeral...
I think it's a tad contrived but still manages to be awww-inspiring. :)
It is cute. :) Good job on getting that video to work.
Frank, I think it is the bunny that threw it over the top for me.Hilary, isn't it though. Thanks - I just guessed.
It IS cute... I'm thinking perhaps filmed on a deer farm. Congratulations on mastering the embedding. I wouldn't have a clue how to add a YouTube video - I can barely manage to add my own vids!
Thanks Sis, you could be right.
I've seen this before, and it is VERY cute, Reb. I know when to suspend my belief.
Good to know Barbara ;)
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