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Kitten Is Too Excited To Meet A Baby Deer For The Very First Time (VIDEO)

Kitten Is Too Excited To Meet A Baby Deer For The Very First Time (VIDEO)

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I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love it when different species come together, especially when they’re as cute as a kitten and a deer. 

In this cozy setting on a front porch, something incredibly adorable unfolds.

A little kitten named Miro has a meet-up with a tiny baby deer, who’s not even two days old yet. Now, the deer couldn’t really move around much, but that didn’t stop Miro from getting super excited.

cat looking at baby deer
Credit: YouTube

So, in the video you’re about to see, Miro cautiously approaches the little deer. He’s all gentle and curious, sniffing and touching it. It’s clear he’s just being friendly and inquisitive. 

The best part? The baby deer remains perfectly calm, lying there peacefully, almost as if it sensed Miro meant no harm. Even though it couldn’t move much, there was no stress in its body language.

As Miro continues to explore and play with the deer, you can see their bond growing stronger. Miro even plants a few friendly kisses on the deer, showing how much he’s taken by his new buddy. 

It’s a touching moment that reminds us of the power of friendship and kindness, even across different species.

cat sniffing baby deer
Credit: YouTube

But here’s the absolute cherry on top: shortly after the video ends, the baby deer’s mom makes a grand appearance. 

As the folks who shared the video tell us, she gently nudges her baby and leads it away into the woods. It’s like a heartwarming, fairy tale ending to their special encounter.

cat lying in front of baby deer
Credit: YouTube

Now, I know what you might be thinking – was the baby deer okay? Well, no worries there. The person who first posted the video on Rumble, Jim Hausman, reassured everyone by saying:

“NOTICE: This deer was a baby, less than 48 hours old. It was NOT hurt nor injured, but it was not able to walk quite yet. It was happily reunited with its mother by the people who found this fawn shortly after this video was taken.”

And just to put any lingering doubts to rest, Jim later shared an update with a link to another video, proving the baby deer was perfectly fine.

“UPDATE: Here is proof that the baby deer is not hurt at all. Watch the fawn walk away here.”

You can watch it here:

Honestly, I’ll admit that at first glance, I had some concerns too. But with all these updates, it’s crystal clear that this whole encounter was harmless and truly heartwarming.

baby deer and cat lying on concrete
Credit: YouTube

Miro was simply being curious and friendly, never causing any harm to the deer. Stories like this one remind us of the kindness and compassion we can all learn from our animal friends.

So, if this tale warmed your heart as it did mine, feel free to share it with your pals.

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