Lost scared and confused baby deer wanders on to property and befriends their kitten

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Animal planet never ceases to amaze people with their unlikely friendships.

There are so many stories about the special bond farmed between two different species.

But, speaking about cats, people rather think they are not friendly creatures, than vice versa.

As cats are very selfish animals, they don’t want to befriend any other animal.

Lost scared and confused  baby deer wanders on to property and befriends their kitten

But this statement is not always true. They, in fact, are able to share a friendship with other animals.

Here is such a beautiful example of a kind relationship between a little kitten and a lovely fawn.

Recently, a family found, very occasionally, a little baby deer laying on their porch.

The little creature was hardly 3-4 days old. It looked very frightened and confused. Apparently, it lost its mom, by passing nearby the family’s property.

Lost scared and confused  baby deer wanders on to property and befriends their kitten

The family also was somehow confused, as they didn’t know what to do, how to react. But their little kitten knew what to do.

Miro approached to the scared little animal and first started to observe it. He was very curious, as he hasn’t seen such an animal before.

The sweet, helpless creature didn’t even move. The cat, though a little confused, started to show friendly approach to the unexpected visitor, touching with his paw the strange animal.

Lost scared and confused  baby deer wanders on to property and befriends their kitten

As Miro became sure that the fawn is not dangerous, but very calm, he continued to touch the little creature’s head sniffing its nose and twisting around it.

Miro was so joyful, as he found a new friend, but this relationship lasted no longer, as the family decided to release it to the forest, where, probably, its mother was looking for her lost baby.

Though these two sweet creatures had a very short relationship, anyway, it proves that friendship doesn’t know any species and borders.

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