Diane Nicholas checks on an orphaned fawn she calls Anna, who was unable to stand or lift her head when animal control called Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue in Loomis. They quickly responded to take her in and save her life. Nicholas is asking Book of Dreams readers help to provide additional fencing to accommodate the growing numbers of orphans each year and better protect all fawns from predators.
Diane Nicholas checks on an orphaned fawn she calls Anna, who was unable to stand or lift her head when animal control called Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue in Loomis. They quickly responded to take her in and save her life. Nicholas is asking Book of Dreams readers help to provide additional fencing to accommodate the growing numbers of orphans each year and better protect all fawns from predators. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Diane Nicholas checks on an orphaned fawn she calls Anna, who was unable to stand or lift her head when animal control called Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue in Loomis. They quickly responded to take her in and save her life. Nicholas is asking Book of Dreams readers help to provide additional fencing to accommodate the growing numbers of orphans each year and better protect all fawns from predators. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Fawn rescues increase, so do expenses for Kindred Spirits

December 01, 2014 06:48 PM

UPDATED November 24, 2015 06:03 PM

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