THE RSPCA has successfully freed a deer that became entangled in a hammock in a Monmouth garden.
RSPCA animal welfare officer (AWO) Sian Burton was called to a Penyclawdd garden on Thursday [7 May] after a deer managed to get its antlers trapped in a hammock in the caller’s garden.
AWO Burton said: “The young deer was tangled in a string hammock and was really stressed as it couldn’t get out.
“We managed to cut the deer free from the from the netting. The deer stayed quite still for a couple of minutes while it gathered itself and then it ran off through a hedge and over a fence.
“It was an unusual thing to happen.”
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