First let me say I had no idea when I commented in Carlene's blog yesterday that I would be writing about the same subject today. It was so precious I just have to write about it. When I came home this afternoon after the sun had gone down something crossed in front of me before I turned on to our street. At first I thought it was a big dog but it couldn't be. It had spots all over and the ears didn't fit a dog's ears. It was a fawn, the cutest little baby deer. It went into the yard of the senior citizen's apartments at the end of our street. I pulled around the corner to watch it a minute. It was right up by the building, I presume looking for water. Some of the ladies there either have outside cats or feed strays so maybe it has found water or food there before. This area was at one time a large farm and ranch. The deer came from the direction of the old grain tank in the picture. That part is yet undeveloped so there could be any kind of wildlife there. There is a pond but it has been dry for several months. I have at times seen wildlife but not often. Once I saw two javalenas, once an exotic deer raced along beside my truck, a roadrunner, a skunk several times and John hasn't trapped it yet. John used to see a red fox when he would walk early in the morning. I was so excited to see a baby deer right here in our neighborhood. If I was ever going to break a law it would be to keep a fawn for a pet but I won't. I know it is a good law to not be allowed to keep them as a pet. I know a lady who was mauled by a grown deer that her brother had kept for a pet. She went to his house unknowing he was not home. When she got out of her car the pet deer attacked her and hurt her badly. Wildlife is wild are unpredictable but aren't they a joy to see?