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Jojo, the littlest one, was found crying, in distress, on June 7 at the Episcopal church in Asheville by a man mowing the lawn. As there were no signs of mom around, and seeing that the fawn had been crying for a long period, the man called for help. If you're wondering why these fawn are named, as they are NOT pets, here's one big reason: to identify them and to help the volunteers distinguish between them, so that Angela can keep a record of how much milk the fawn take per day. These orphaned babies need proper nutrition to survive and thrive. The rehabilitator's ultimate goal is to see their charges survive, then thrive, so that they are fit to be released back into the wild.
We are the Happer's who have recently moved to Green Mountain, NC. We are neighbors and want to help Angela and Keith with their unique mission of deer rescue and rehab. If you would like to help by volunteering your time or donating please go to this link: