A story about a little deer named Dillie. Doe Dilly became a full member of the Bater family from Ohio. The animal has learned to turn on the light, walk in closet and so used to comfort that he prefers to sleep on the bed. The DOE named dilly think a full-fledged member in the Bater’s family of the U.S. state of Ohio. Five years ago the animal, which was a few days old, found near the town of Canal Fulton and brought to the veterinary hospital. The deer found serious problems with vision. Doctor Melanie Bater took the animal home, cured and then left to live in. According to Melanie, the Doe fully “domesticated,” though behaves independently. She prefers not to wait for help, so I learned how to turn on and off light nose, ascend and descend steps to go to the toilet.