Topsy-turvy deer rescued from between two walls
Muntjac wedged upside down
The RSPCA and fire service rescued a muntjac deer on Monday (16 March) after it had become wedged between two walls in Headington, Oxford.
Concerned members of the public contacted the RSPCA after hearing squealing coming from the gap between an outhouse wall and a garden wall in Stephen Road. They initially thought the animal that was stuck fast in the tiny gap was a fox, but on … Continue reading…