B.C. vets nurse 'Jane Doe' back to health

B.C. vets nurse 'Jane Doe' back to health
QMI Agency
First posted: Thursday, May 29, 2014 02:15 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, May 29, 2014 02:32 PM EDT
Staff at the Tri Lake Animal Hospital in Lake County, B.C., are nursing a baby deer left orphaned just a few hours after it was born.
They've nicknamed the fawn Jane Doe -- though one woman can be heard calling it "John Fawn Jovi" in a video on the animal hospital's Facebook page.
The deer was found in Oyama, B.C., 40 km north of Kelowna, with its mother dead nearby.
"We speculate it could have been anything from being hit by a car to dying giving birth to this little baby," veterinarian Linda Kaplan told Castanet , a Central Okanagan news site.
Now they're nursing it with goat's milk until it's strong enough to be sent to a facility where it can be rehabilitated and released.
"You have a clinic of female workers who are all totally in love with this baby and who were all really fighting the urge to pick her up and treat her like a human baby," Kaplan said.
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They should have called her Jane Fawndoe.
hell pick the damn thing up and hug the hell out of it

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