Generally, you should leave fawn whitetails alone, but this was a unique circumstance.
A group of utility workers clearing brush for a power line near Louisa, Ky., found this fawn and decided to move it out of harm's way. When Justin Lewis picked the fawn up, he started rubbing its stomach. And every time he tried to put the fawn down it bleated for more.
The fawn followed the crew around the site for an hour until Lewis saw a doe nearby, watching them. He carried the fawn toward the doe and let it go, and the two deer walked away together.