For almost a week I have been been following the saga of a domesticated deer named Lilly. Looks like the saga may be coming to an end.If your not familiar with the story, A Genesee County family took her in as a fawn when her mother was killed. For five years they've raised her as any other pet. But then someone called the DNR to report her living arrangements.

Under Michigan law, a deer born in the wild can not live as a domesticated animal. The DNR told the family Lily would have to be released into the wild or put down. Good news, the Flint Journal is reporting that Lilly will be moved to the Detroit Zoo pending testing for diseases.

No comment yet from Lilly's family. Rest of the story here.