A deer that was stuck in a muddy pond rescued by a deputy

A deer being rescued by a Lyon County police officer in Kansas
@Deepizzaguy (74959)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
November 24, 2022 4:24pm CST
A Lyon County Sheriff's County Deputy named Felipe Perez answered a call from a homeowner in Lyon County one week ago today when the deputy discovered a male deer who was trapped with his legs on the bottom of the muddy pond. Officer Perez used his life saving skills to get the deer who was not able to move out of the pond since the mud prevented him to leave the pond under his own power. After Officer Perez was able to get the deer out of the muddy pond that was nearly frozen, the deer who was very tired after spending time in the muddy pond for a period of time that is not known. The deer was able to leave under his own power to return to his home in the woods,
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@LindaOHio (109732)
• United States
25 Nov
Oh no! I'm so glad they were able to free the deer!
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@Beestring (8737)
• Hong Kong
25 Nov
Glad that the deer was rescued.
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@Deepizzaguy (74959)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
25 Nov
I am in agreement with you that the deer is alive and well.
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@RasmaSandra (59765)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
25 Nov
Poor deer he looked so unhappy I am glad he was rescued,
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@Deepizzaguy (74959)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
25 Nov
The deer was in cold weather not to mention not being able to eat or drink.
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@JudyEv (294431)
• Rockingham, Australia
25 Nov
Hopefully the deer will be okay after he's had a good rest.
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@Deepizzaguy (74959)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
25 Nov
I am sure that the deer will be happy now that he can walk freely in the forest.
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@LouAvul (2396)
25 Nov
Hooray for the safety of the deer
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@Deepizzaguy (74959)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
25 Nov
I am happy for the safety of the deer as well.