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Dееr is сaught rеd-handеd thrоugh dооrbеII сamеra and it turns intо thе сutеst ‘соnνеrsatiоn’

When you have a garden, you could expect some animals to come and visit you occasionally.

Plants attract animals who feed on them, and you can pretty much trace the animal kingdom’s hierarchy to know what to expect. From words to birds to wildlife – as long as they’re not dangеrous, it’s fascinating to have them around.

For example, deer are fond of trees and bushes in your garden.

They enjoy munching on the leaves of perennial trees and shrubs likе juniper, hawthorn, spicebush, and fruit trees. Deer love eating flowers, too, likе sunflowers, geraniums, and asters. If you have any of these planted in your backyard, chances are you have had some visitors from time to time.

Kim and Stan live in a neighborhood where white-tailed deer often visit people’s yards.

There are frequent sightings of these friendly creatures, and the couple has grown accustomed to seeing them walking around and even feeding on their plants.  The couple has varied reactions and interactions with every deer that drops by. Kim said she loves talking to them while Stan chases them away.

And while a doorbell camera is for safety and security, the couple uses it to communicate as well.

Their door camera’s two-way talk feature allows them to have a friendly chat with their dear visitors whenever they come over. Just likе this one instance that’s so adorable, people loved watching it repeatedly. No wonder it reached almost half a million views! At first, you can see a deer smelling and munching the bushes. It sniffed around the bushes and decided this must be a yummy treat for a hungry deer.

It went ahead and feasted on the plants, even burying its face among the leaves. It must have been that good!

She checked the camera, and there she saw the deer. It was eating peacefully and joyfully, so she decided to converse with their deer visitor. “Hey! What are you doing?” she said in a rather friendly tone.

The deer was surprised by the voice calling out but saw no one. Ah, humans. They can sometimes be magical!

It just stared straight at the camera, knowing that the sound came from there.

You can tell by the movements of its ears that it was intently listening.

The deer looked guilty and just froze there. You can see that big gulp of nerves and guilt, but it only played cool, as if it did nothing wrong. Kim sweetly told the deer, “it’s okay,” but that’s when her husband decided to pipe in and say, “Don’t eat my trees.” “Don’t eat the trees; only those bushes,” the sweet woman reminded it.