I am so happy and thankful for these heroes among us. It is wonderful that they didn’t neglect the problem that doe had. It is also amazing to see an animal being such a loving and caring parent. The doe probably spent all night running around the place of the accident. She was so worried! We all love animals and try to help them, but sometimes our help is not necessary, it also can be harmful. In the spring and summer we see a lot of baby birds, fawns and bunnies, that appear to be abandoned, but they are not. A doe can hide the fawn in the bushes or behind a log, where it can blend in. Leave it and do not touch it, because the mother will attack, if she is nearby and feels her baby is being threatened. Also your odor may discourage the parent from accepting the baby back, especially if it has been kept from the parent or nest too long. And don’t forget that wild animals can carry different bacteria and diseases.