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Kitten Doesn't Know What To Make Of This Fawn In His Bathtub

When a curious 3-week-old fawn named Snowflake made her way into a farm's hay bailer, she was lucky to make it out alive.

Although the incident left her with a broken leg, it was also a blessing in disguise, because while her leg was healing at Kelly's Kritters Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Texas, she made a new friend she otherwise would never have met.

"Well, hello there. ... You smell awfully interesting."

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"And you taste good, too?!"

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YouTube/TheMarzinka

"You have the eyes of someone I can trust."

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YouTube/TheMarzinka

"Now come over here and give me a second taste!"

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YouTube/TheMarzinka

Watch the full video below, but, consider yourself warned: It's might be too much cute to handle.

After her stay at Kelly's Kritters, Snowflake was taken in by Hearts A Fire Deer Rescue & Rehabilitation Center, which specializes in baby deer. There, Snowflake was cared for and lived out the rest of her life, according to the owner of the video, Marzi Pecen.

Have you found an orphaned, sick or injured wild animal? It's usually best to seek out a qualified wildlife rehabilitator. Find one in your state here.