Her hands go through her legs, stomach and head. The gesture seemed to calm Eva.
There are times that nature asks us for help.
Whether it’s the warning sign that our climate is out of control through calamities or the extinction of animal species, humans have the responsibility to respond to its needs.
Sometimes, it is in the form of an animal crying for help.
A lot of animals get wounded or trapped even in their natural habitat. Some get some cuts, while others get caught in traps and trash. In these instances, humans should go and rescue them.
A wild deer named Eva happen to get help from this woman.
According to Rasa and Marlis, the couple who owns the house and the yard, Eva and the rest of the herd often pass by their area when migrating.
Deer live in varied ecosystems.
They are often seen in grasslands, rainforests, and mountains. But when there’s human civilization near their habitat, they get accustomed to their presence and make themselves “at home” in the suburban. This is why they are comfortable visiting Rasa and Marlis, especially that they know they are entirely harmless.
Big game is also known to migrate across the country.
The U.S. Geological Survey started a mapping project to trace the usual routes of big-game migration to keep it open and functional and safe and healthy for big game to pass through. Big games are hoofed animals such as mule deer, moose, bison, elk, and pronghorn. However, even with marking these routes as safety zones, they can still get hurt along the way.
This was the case of Eva’s injuries.
The couple is no stranger to Eva and the rest of the deer anymore.
Whenever they pass by their home, the deer are free to roam around, and they enjoy munching on their clover and some flowers, too.
So, when they spotted Eva just lying there, they knew something was wrong.
Marlis went near Eva to check on her, and she saw two scrapes on her back.
Then, she inspected the rest of Eva’s body.
She ran her hands through her legs, belly, and head. This gesture seems to calm Eva down.
And like anyone would do in cases like these, Marlis went inside to get a rescue balm that can help heal Eva’s wounds.
She applied the balm to Eva, who looked relieved.
The rescue balm was a natural one and are made of flowers, which Marlis shared that Eva liked so much. It is also safe for animal use. The cream does not only ensure fast recovery but also keeps the wound away from infections.
Eva showed her appreciation afterward by giving Eva a “foot massage.”
Our role as humans on Earth is to take care of the rest of the living things. We have the higher and more significant capability of tending to plants and animals who can’t look after themselves all the time. To lend them a hand is to help Mother Nature as well.
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