Not much happens in the tiny Detroit suburb of Pleasant Ridge, Michigan -- I would know, because I grew up there.
But last spring, an unlikely visitor came to town: a mother deer who was pregnant with a fawn.
People were surprised that the mother deer would choose Pleasant Ridge, because the town is wedged between Woodward Avenue and 10 Mile Road, both busy streets.
After giving birth, fears for the safety of the deer were realized. The mother deer was killed by a car on Woodward, leaving behind her fawn, now known as "Baby."
People in Pleasant Ridge wanted to be sure that the same cruel fate wouldn't befall Baby, so they began taking care of her.