Virginia “Ginny” Beth was orphaned as a young fawn. She was rescued by the Cleveland Musuem of Natural History under old wildlife laws that permitted the rehabbing of wild deer. When the museum initiated a new remodeling project, the board opted not to rebuild a deer enclosure due to changes in ONDR laws forbidding further rescues. The Museum staff reached out and spent months working through the red tape required to get Ginny and her sisters, Kimberly Baby and Artemis Amy, grandfathered under the proper permits and transferred to Lasa. Now the three ladies spend their retirement on soft grass under the shade of two apple treats. Ginny is very affectionate and loves treats.