Well, at 11:00 PM last night, I had to save one of the buggers from the top photo –– it was caught by a hind leg in the fence. If you look at the photo to the does' right, you'll see two stands of barbed wire going out of the frame. The doe was heading from inside the fence towards the road, and got its left hind hoof caught in the two strands of barbed wire and the top strand of the woven wire. She was between the fence and the road. My wife went out on the front porch to feed a "stray" cat, and heard the doe blowing. She retrieved a flashlight and saw it.
She came back to the bedroom and woke me up. It was probably 10 degrees out, so I had to bundle up pretty good. I then got a pair of wire cutters from the garage and headed down to the doe. Knowing that she could kick the living crap out of me, I climbed the corner bracing and approached her from the inside of the fence. I cut the two strands of barbed wire, then realized that the woven wire had a grip on her. It was wrapped tightly about two inches above her hoof. As soon as I severed the thick top wire, she sprang from the fence like she'd been shot from a slingshot. As soon as she hit the road, it was like ice to her hooves, and she fell hard with legs splayed out, and slid across the ENTIRE road on her stomach and into the grassy culvert. She got to her feet and barely cleared the other fence –– it vibrated down the entire fencerow when she dragged over it while jumping. She was hobbling as she ran across the field in the flashlight beam. I don't know if her leg was broke or not, but she'll survive.