"It was really tough getting that first incision made," Johnson says. "When I finally did, this little burst of fluid came out…and then a small hoof. I couldn't believe it." Before he finished, Johnson, who was hunting in Waupaca County, pulled two fawns from the doe. "They were both dead, their skin was silky white, and their hooves were white, too. There were about 50 little golf-ball sized tufts of hair on each."