Eva is the matron of her herd. She and her herd live in close contact with people, so over time, the herd has come to ‘adopt’ Lisa and Rasa. Lisa and Rasa’s home was built right through the deers’ natural migration path, and over the years they have become friendly with a large herd of deer. They don’t have any problem when the deer eat their clover lawn or their vegetation. When they see a deer in trouble, they also go out of their way to help them.
This time around, they noticed that Eva had some large and ugly scrapes on her back. Lisa went out to say hello to Eva and noticed the marks on her back. She suspects they were caused by low hanging branches. Amazingly, she began to pet Eva and inspect her body to see if there were any other scrapes, and Eva didn’t move a muscle! This woman knew what to do to make Eva feel better.
So Lisa and Rasa applied some Bach Flower Remedy Rescue Cream on her wounds to help heal them and to also decrease infection. This is such a precious moment. Eva sits patiently and allows her human friend to patch up her wounds. Be sure to pay attention to the rather unique rock Eva is sitting next to, also.
Towards the end, the way Eva shows her thanks is just beautiful. She comes right up to the camera to say hello, and then proceeds to lick the feet of these kind humans who look out for their special deer friends. Lisa and Rasa also have a website dedicated to the herd that often comes to visit. There are some amazing photos of them all interacting. Nature is truly a beautiful thing.