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News article assisted fawn finder

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Thank you, Auburn Journal, for running articles about local non-profit organizations. While mowing the pasture, over the July Fourth weekend, I came across a newborn fawn in the tall grass near some rocks. I stopped mowing immediately with hope that the doe would return. When the newborn started following the horses around the pasture, I realized it was abandoned. Thanks to an article in the (May 25) Auburn Journal about Kindred Spirits Fawn rescue, I knew where to phone for help. Diane (Nicholas) picked up the fawn about noon that day. Anyone who has had the opportunity to look into the large, innocent, trusting eyes of a newborn fawn can understand why we need these rescue organizations. Thank you, Kindred Spirits, for all you do. Nancy Conover, Newcastle