Kind 10-year-old boy guides blind deer every day before school

We always have heard stories, of how children and animals get along great together maybe that is because their pureness and love is so similar in both cases.

It’s always heart-warming and lovely when you witness a grown up taking care of an animal, but when a kid is doing it, the gesture gets 10 times more melting.

It takes great maturity and compassion for a kid to take care of an animal, but this young boy in today’s story did exactly that, when he decided to help out a wild creature in need.

In 2015 the story of a young 10-year old boy, that would go out of before school to help a blind deer and guiding her to different areas with grass so she could feed herself went viral.

This view was so beautiful that caught a neighbor’s attention, who then shared the story and photo on Reddit.


The unique story had the users of social media getting amazed by the unique bond between the young boy and the wild animal: “I’m speechless. That’s so sweet of the boy!” one commenter wrote. “I’m surprised the deer trusts someone enough to allow it!”

This was a cute story to read, but it was clear this friendship can’t last forever, the kind boy couldn’t take care of the animal all the time, and poor blind deer was in constant danger of being hit by a vehicle.

The story has a happy ending, since the man that noticed the bond of these two friends and his wife managed to contact wildlife rehabilitation center that agreed to take care of the blind deer at a forest reserve.

The man shared another update, and informed that when the deer was about to get away with his rescuers in a trailer, “half the neighborhood” came out to say their goodbyes to the animal, including the 10 year old boy, and only then he noticed how much these people cared for the animal.

“When they took her away I spoke to some more people and it sounds like the rest of the neighborhood has been feeding her and guiding her away the road for almost a week now,” he wrote.

People expressed their concerns about the boy’s emotional state after his new friend was getting away, but the little boy apparently handled the situation with a high maturity, and he was concerned only about his friend’s health and well being.


“His concern was very mature,” the poster wrote. “He had only been walking the deer for a few days and hadn’t named her or tried to claim her as a pet or anything like that.”

“The little boy was by far the sweetest example of helping and caring. He showed a lot of love and respect and my wife.”

Everybody bow down to this little, kind man.