Touching Encounter: Rescued Raccoon Comforts Orphaned Baby Deer, Offering Solace Amidst the Loss of its Mother in Heartwarming Video

A video of a fawn named Hope and a raccoon named Jasper has quickly gone viral due to their unlikely yet adorable friendship and shared hugs

Nature is truly fascinating! We’re so used to seeing certain interactions, yet others take the cake for the most wholesome but unexpected.

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Carrie Long of Texas Fawn and Friends, a non-profit organization for orphaned and injured fawns, received a call last year regarding an injured raccoon

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The 2-3 week old creature had been abandoned in a rainstorm. Carrie decided to take it in and nurse it back to health, as well as offer it a new home

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A young fawn arrived soon after Jasper. She had lost her mother at a young age and was in need of care. Carrie named her Hope, and Jasper immediately caught interest

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A young fawn arrived at Texas Fawn and Friends soon after Jasper. Carrie named her Hope. She had lost her mother at a young age and was in need of care. The youngster would never have to be alone again, as Jasper was soon by her side.

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“Jasper just loves her,” Carrie said. “When he sees her, he runs to lick and love on her. In the evening, she comes and lays next to him. It’s just the cutest thing”

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“Jasper just loves her,” Carrie told The Dodo. “When he sees her, he runs to lick and love on her. It’s just the cutest thing.” A day doesn’t go by without the two seeing each other. “In the evening, she comes and lays next to him. They’ve got a cool relationship going on,” Carrie continued.

Although adorable, Carrie laughed that Jasper sometimes acts like the small little brother you can’t get rid of and Hope just takes his outbursts of love like a champ

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Carrie expects that she’ll have over 100 orphaned fawns under her care, most if not all of which would not have survived without Texas Fawn and Friends and Carrie’s dedication to her work. “It’s very rewarding,” she said. But each of us can play a part in helping fawns in need and the best thing we can do is leave them alone.

Hope isn’t the only friend Jasper has made! Tootsie the pup is also a close confidant, taking part in adventures and fountain time

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Many rescues and wildlife experts agree that if you come across a fawn, the best you can do for it is leave it alone. If it seems in imminent danger, call the experts

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Simon Cowell, founder of the Wildlife Aid Foundation, states that “every year hundreds of young deer lose their lives because members of the public find a deer fawn that is on its own and appears to have been abandoned, and then they unwittingly interfere and cause infinitely more damage than if they had left the fawn alone.”

We wish Hope and Jasper all the best and can’t wait to see more of their adventures going forward!

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You can watch the full video here – beware, it’s super wholesome!

We wish Hope and Jasper all the best and can’t wait to see more of their hilarious adventures. The future seems bright for these two and the rest of the fawns on the grounds of Carrie’s nonprofit.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the story in the comments below! Also, quick question for all of you – what do you think would be the most unlikely friendship to ever occur?

Hope y’all have a nice day, and don’t forget to upvote and follow the writer! Thanks so much and bye bye for now.

Sia

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