Michigan Family Wins Battle to Keep Pet Deer

The family, which rescued the deer five years ago, is now required to have a special permit.
0:52 | 06/25/13

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Dear friend of -- Michigan -- -- will get to stay home. Michigan family rescued Lilly didn't hear when she -- to -- who -- mother was struck by a car. But gave birth record for dying now police officer told -- -- could try to save Lily but she probably wouldn't last fifteen minutes. Clearly that was not the case -- family says that Lilly has thrived -- like a child she sleeps on the couch watches TV plays frisbee but. After the Michigan department of natural resources found out about -- they said that they were gonna remove her from her home and please resume. -- story though made the news and online fans bond over the -- even. Lobbying on her behalf creating a save Lily the deer FaceBook page getting thousands of signatures. Four petition on change dot gore and now. The department has changed its mind saying the family can apply for permits to keep --

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