North Carolina Woman Fights to Keep Rescued Fawn

Wildlife officers threaten to take animal away because it is illegal to keep deer in captivity.
0:31 | 02/01/13

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In North Carolina woman is facing off with wildlife officials who want to euthanize her pet deer church Nancy -- pulled this young buck buddy off the side of a local road last march she says he -- -- newborn and in bad shape. But after keep feeding him from a bottle for days budding rally which now he snacks on apples and pears and lives in a -- on -- front lawn. The problem state -- says it's illegal to keep the -- capped -- and there are concerns for bodies well -- if he is ever released back into the wild.

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