Oh, deer! Lost and lonely, separated from its family, a young red deer got itself the next best thing: a new family in form of a flock of sheep in Suffolk, England.
Andrew Capell, a shepherd at the National Trust, noticed that one of his sheep flock is unlike the others. The fawn has been living, eating, and sleeping with 100 of his newest friends for about two weeks and shows no sign of leaving. The sheep don't mind either, and has adopted the guest into the flock.
Watch the video clip below: