This two-week-old deer was discovered alone, ill, and comatose in the field. Geoff Grewcock, a 66-year-old dog walker, was the one who took him to his house in Neuneaton, England, and showed him all his love and support.
The deer began to display companion animal traits as a result of their domestication.
The guy took care of it and attempted to reintroduce it to its native environment in three separate deer parks, but none of them worked.
Grewcock knew the risk male deer faced in the face of heartless bulldozers at that point, so he decided to take him home and name him Bramble.
It’s been ten years since Grewcock discovered Bramble in that field, and his canine characteristics, such as drinking from dog bowls, lazing around the home, and joyfully greeting all visitors, are quite endearing.
“He’s like a spoilt child or a puppy.”
Bramble enjoys going on walks around the home, pushing open cupboards and even the refrigerator to see what he can find, while the other dogs circle him, trying to grab some food as well.
“Attend to visitors at the door. It’s incredible.”
“We call him with the other dogs every time it’s dinner, and he comes to eat from the cup with them.”