Not an ordinary day that's for sure. Sometimes life surprises you, in the best possible ways. Here is the story. So today I was on facebook and I went on my little brother's page to find some pictures - observe:
My brother other brother and his friends were fishing, when they saw this baby deer half-alive. Landon said he was really dehydrated and wouldn't even more. At first they thought he was dead...but he was still breathing. They waited all day to see if the mother would return; she didn't. So they did what teens do: they don't think. They brought the deer back to SLC and took it to a friend's house. The friend's family said "no way," so my brother being the sweetie he was, took it in even though taking the deer wasn't his idea.
They kept calling him Sunny D and Landon told me it's because in the car, all he had was Sunny Delight and so he kept putting a dab of it on his finger and fed it to the baby who loved it and wanted more; the name obviously stuck. To me his name is Bambi :) Hello...I love Disney movies, how could I resist??
Kim said they were trying everywhere to take it: the zoo, the wildlife reserve, Wheeler Farm, etc. Nowhere would take him and the wildlife division actually had the nerve to say they'd put him to sleep. Didn't have the time or the means to take care of him which I think is absolutely ridiculous! He's just an innocent baby and my heart goes out to him because what if his mother is still alive and searching? But luckily they found a nice place for Sunny D to go in Spanish Fork Utah where a woman, regarded by the wildlife division (big of them), agreed to take him in. She is going to feed and nurse him, and when he's old enough, he will be set back in the wild. These animals aren't house pets and they are born to be wild. If anyone saw that movie with the baby elephants and orangutans, that was the thoughts were going on in my head!