Tickling a Fawn

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Justin Lewis is an electrical lineman in Kentucky. He and his crew were cutting trees and limbs one day and found a fawn hidden in the way of the tree fall. When he picked the baby up to move it, he automatically held it like a human baby, which caused the fawn to go limp. So of course, he tickled its belly! Lewis says,

Caught another deer at work today and we were rubbing its belly and it would freak out if we stopped and tried to put it down. #‎Spoileddeer

**UPDATE** The momma deer was watching from the hillside. The fawn was following us around the job site, so we carried it up the hillside and he left with his mother. I assure you she did not reject it.

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If you get Lyme Disease it will be from the ticks in the surrounding grass, not from cuddling the baby deer. Any ticks on that deer would have already embedded to feed.
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