Police rescue deer trapped inside British Columbia house

Police in British Columbia, Canada, responded to a home at which a deer managed to squeeze in through a dog door and was unable to find an exit.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police based in Kamloops said officers responded to a Westsyde home where a deer was reported rampaging inside.

Police said the deer had squeezed in through a dog door and was running wild inside, attempting to find a way out of the home.

Police in Kamloops, British Columbia, responded to a home in which a deer climbed in through a dog door and caused property damage while trying to find an exit. Photo courtesy of the Kamloops RCMP
Police in Kamloops, British Columbia, responded to a home in which a deer climbed in through a dog door and caused property damage while trying to find an exit. Photo courtesy of the Kamloops RCMP

The deer damaged a TV and other items before police were able to use a blanket to cover its head and slide it out of the home on a rug.

Police said the deer did not appear to be injured and it was released at the scene.

By : Ben Hooper – UPI

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