__And here's where the story gets interesting, because apparently Bambi didn't much care for her new digs, so she walked the route back home. All 50 miles of it. It took her two weeks, but eventually Bambi showed up right back in Kevin Webster's yard, scratched, skinny, but alive. But in the eyes of the law, Webster is still breaking the law, so the state of Alabama plans to confiscate the doe once again. _
From the story: "We have a regulation in place that prohibits that, that keeps the general public from keeping any species of wildlife in captivity, so, unfortunately the law is the law," said Gauldin..."Gauldin says they plan to enforce the law and confiscate Bambi once again. This time, they may take it someplace different."