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January 01, 2008

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SarahS

Aww, that's such a nice story. You made my day. God bless those 2 for rescuing him. It is just like a doggie! Running around and playing with its owners and i just love how he was bonding with the cat! Too cute. What happened to Hoppy tho? Did they end up giving him away?

Kity Ironton

"A LOT OF PEOPLE OUT THERE LOOK AT HOPPY AS A PIECE OF MEAT,"

I wonder Chris, if you love Hoppy because- well, obviously-- you have so much in common.

Hugs and chrises...
Kity

greencolander

Ai yi yi, people "rescuing" wildlife.... I see that a woman named Jill said it best when she commented on this 6 months ago:

"Yeah, it's a sweet story and I'm glad Hoppy is doing so well, however... MOST "lost, abandoned" fawns actually are just waiting for Mom to return. About 99.9% of them, in fact. Use extreme caution when "rescueing" a fawn, since taking a deer out of its habitat outside of hunting season is not only illegal, but usually not in the best interest of the animal. Deer are NOT domesticated animals, and the adult deer do NOT make good pets. If you find a "lost" fawn, don't go near it. Don't pick it up. Call your local game warden or fish & wildlife department and report it. You'll be doing that baby a favor."

kelly from Pa.

Boy, that last comment was annoying!
Hi Chris. I love your face!!

pretend

Oh this posting is old but I gotta say, the first guy we see looks so much like Wallace from Wallace and Gromit. No kidding. Watch his mouth.
Not a bad thing...

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