Real Life Bambi

Meet the real-life Bambi rescued from the roadside and raised by humans after its mother was killed. The adorable fawn, named Mia, was just one week old when she was discovered by passers-by cowering at the side of a busy road and weighing just 1500g. Just like the 1942 Walt Disney classic, the baby deer had lost her mother and was left all alone. She was taken to the local forest ranger who brought it to a farm in Vulkaneifel, Germany, run by the Ackermann family.

Meet the real-life Bambi rescued from the roadside and raised by humans after its mother was killed. The adorable fawn, named Mia, was just one week old when she was discovered by passers-by cowering at the side of a busy road and weighing just 1500g. Just like the 1942 Walt Disney classic, the baby deer had lost her mother and was left all alone. She was taken to the local forest ranger who brought it to a farm in Vulkaneifel, Germany, run by the Ackermann family.

Meet the real-life Bambi rescued from the roadside and raised by humans after its mother was killed. The adorable fawn, named Mia, was just one week old when she was discovered by passers-by cowering at the side of a busy road and weighing just 1500g. Just like the 1942 Walt Disney classic, the baby deer had lost her mother and was left all alone. She was taken to the local forest ranger who brought it to a farm in Vulkaneifel, Germany, run by the Ackermann family.

Meet the real-life Bambi rescued from the roadside and raised by humans after its mother was killed. The adorable fawn, named Mia, was just one week old when she was discovered by passers-by cowering at the side of a busy road and weighing just 1500g. Just like the 1942 Walt Disney classic, the baby deer had lost her mother and was left all alone. She was taken to the local forest ranger who brought it to a farm in Vulkaneifel, Germany, run by the Ackermann family.

Meet the real-life Bambi rescued from the roadside and raised by humans after its mother was killed. The adorable fawn, named Mia, was just one week old when she was discovered by passers-by cowering at the side of a busy road and weighing just 1500g. Just like the 1942 Walt Disney classic, the baby deer had lost her mother and was left all alone. She was taken to the local forest ranger who brought it to a farm in Vulkaneifel, Germany, run by the Ackermann family.