This is the moment a deer located itself powerless swimming in circles in the water with a paint can stuck on its head.
Her odds of survival were dwindling rapidly, and if the can had filled with water, it would have dragged her down and probably drowned her.
Thankfully, a call from a worried resident brought Frankie Florida of the Solid Island Animal Rescue League to the scene.
After evaluating the situation, he realized that he needed to take action right now. At first, he tried to swim, but he didn’t feel secure enough to swim all the way to the deer in the icy water.
“I observed the deer swimming in circles. I removed my boots before entering the water. Although it was really chilly, I knew I needed to move quickly because the situation was so delicate.
She would have drowned if the bucket had filled with water since it would have kept her head down.
Fortunately, he saw a boat. He shouted out to it, and the compassionate man on the boat pulled him out of the water and began the rеscuе effort for the injured deer.
They made several attempts to approach the deer and remove the can before they were successful. But it wasn’t finished with this.
Frankie needed to devise a strategy because the bewildered deer was still swimming around in the water’s center.