6 FOOT SNAKE GOES AFTER FAWN & FARM CAT INTERVENES!!! 06-10-18

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    OK, so, wow, this one is really crazy! We get to see tons of wildlife on our farm because it is quite remote and not near any other homes. So, on this day we were filming a new deer fawn that was bedded right near our home in the woods. We were documenting the all day bed down of the fawn. At one point our cat decided to go and check out the fawn. She has befriended deer in the past and has actually played with deer.. But this time something was different!!! I was filming the interaction of the cat investigating the deer fawn. We even tried calling her back so as to leave the fawn alone, as spooking it would have put it in danger being up on its feet on its own. So, as I filmed this whole interaction there was actually a 5 or 6 foot rat snake that was moving towards the fawn. The cat saw this and instinctively tried to intervene and protect the fawn from the huge snake! Grab some popcorn and your favorite beverage because this one is a nail biter. this is ALL REAL LIFE stuff that we document when we see it. Please share this video if you've enjoyed it and like and subscribe to follow all of our country living adventures, wildlife videos, land management, habitat improvements and much more. Kapper Outdoors, living the dream, one acre at a time.
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Comments • 6 465

  • CHUNTA ANKH
    CHUNTA ANKH 6 months ago +720

    People are sensitive as HELL! Like damn just enjoy a video of a fawn, a cat, and a 6 foot snake. Dont see it often

    • Linda Lowe
      Linda Lowe 2 days ago

      @Harry ToyShirtWhy Not?

    • Harry ToyShirt
      Harry ToyShirt 2 days ago +1

      Why put the "damn" in there? Or "hell" for that matter. Don't you know enough English words to communicate without swearing?

    • Linda Lowe
      Linda Lowe 6 days ago

      @Brandon A , yes it is.

    • Tina Creekmore
      Tina Creekmore 14 days ago +1

      NO HELL NO. It's about you filming and making videos. Your cat could have died. Your a cold hearted piece of crap. You were willing to take a chance with your cats life just to film and make a video. See how you would feel surrounded by lethal wild creatures and some one was just watching and filming you. And for what? Posting the video on the internet.

    • Baked Utah
      Baked Utah 15 days ago

      Five Star Productions, SLOWEST. COMEBACK. EVER.

  • Ross Smithers
    Ross Smithers 8 minutes ago

    Imagination is a wonderful thing.

  • BLASTITTV
    BLASTITTV 23 minutes ago

    in nature a predator will always chase off other predators

    • BLASTITTV
      BLASTITTV 18 minutes ago

      the snake did not seem to be hunting

  • fingertips09
    fingertips09 6 hours ago

    Even though you zoomed in on the snake, that was about to strike your cat, you cont. to film? I am Confused !!! Really love for this cat, huh?

    • funnypeppi
      funnypeppi 5 hours ago

      He didn’t know the snake was there. He didn’t see it until later. He didn’t zoom in on the snake until he was editing the video. We do this all the time with our security cameras.

  • Silver Spaulding
    Silver Spaulding 7 hours ago

    Axe throwing contest anyone????? Kidding....but seriously ! No,kidding....no, I am serious. Seriously kidding ! You go first......

  • The Pink Diamonds
    The Pink Diamonds 9 hours ago

    Is that poison ivy?

  • pjambgc
    pjambgc 16 hours ago

    Your cat was walking through poison ivy !

  • davidyanceyjr
    davidyanceyjr 19 hours ago

    Hmm. Kapper Outdoors doesn't know much about outdoors. The snake - no threat. The fawn - no threat. The cat - not threat. A person who labels a video claiming the fawn is threatened by a rat snake - probably a threat. Ignorant people are dangerous.

  • Michael Wells
    Michael Wells Day ago

    Cat Was In Control of the situation from the get go!!!!! She New The snake would come for her !!!! want to learn how to hunt ???? watch a Cat !!!!!

  • Dina Caldwell
    Dina Caldwell Day ago

    That was cool. Thanks for the share. If I may sir, please remove the bell from your lovely cats neck. She will have a much better chance at no signaling her approach and moves when she must defend against predators. Awesome cat!

  • Simon Davis
    Simon Davis Day ago

    I grew up on a ranch and we had rattlesnakes all the time we would always introduce them to lead.

  • corey bristow
    corey bristow Day ago

    How you going to say you had no idea the snake was there when you zoomed in on it multiple times

    • Kapper Outdoors
      Kapper Outdoors  Day ago

      Because it was all done through video editing not the camera. As I said we had no idea the snake was even there we were just filming the cat and the fawn and wanted to make sure the cat didn't get too close to the fawn

  • X -tina
    X -tina Day ago

    Your cat saves other animals And my cat is afraid of our ouside mat! Smh

  • Sarah Gelfand
    Sarah Gelfand 2 days ago

    Omg this is AMAZING!! Glad I found this channel!! ❤️👍 Look @ that’s 🐈’s tail go!

  • Jeff Stringer
    Jeff Stringer 2 days ago

    I can assure you that the snake wasn't viewing the fawn of the cat as a possible food item. Seriously folks, LEARN about the world around you.

  • Kevin Hudson
    Kevin Hudson 2 days ago

    I would think the snake picked up the heat from the fawn and cat and is curious.🎄

  • Harry ToyShirt
    Harry ToyShirt 2 days ago +1

    What kind of snake was that? A black rat snake, commonly called a "black snake"?

  • Umm Abdelkhalek
    Umm Abdelkhalek 2 days ago

    🐈 cats are the best!

  • RR K
    RR K 3 days ago

    that music sucks

  • 5060northernmama
    5060northernmama 4 days ago

    was the doe standing there all along?

  • Darrell Ray
    Darrell Ray 4 days ago

    Good quality video, perfect music.. Btw that's not poison ivy...

  • Mark Everson
    Mark Everson 4 days ago

    Probably was a black snake harmless in the snake doesn't realize that it's not going to be able to eat a deer no matter how small it is. It could eat a mouse a rat a gopher maybe a small squirrel small rabbit but that's about it

  • Damon Libby
    Damon Libby 5 days ago

    Click bait.

  • Robin Conkel-hAnnan
    Robin Conkel-hAnnan 5 days ago

    Bobcats and house cats have different body odors.. Every animal has it's own distinct odor..

  • Janice Larsen
    Janice Larsen 5 days ago

    Amazing video.

  • Allie Sinister
    Allie Sinister 6 days ago

    Cats are very good protectors. Likely the cat knew the fawn was a baby and went to protect. If not the cat thought it was a toy lol

  • Linda Lowe
    Linda Lowe 6 days ago

    I like snakes and I've had many but that is one huge rat snake!! Cute fawn too!! I didn't think the fawn was in danger because like u said it was just too big. Now the cat..... lol.

  • Cock Asian
    Cock Asian 6 days ago

    12 gauge will do the job to get rid of the 6 footer

  • Shane Foster
    Shane Foster 6 days ago

    Skip the first 2 minutes he could ha e just got to it.

  • ric motta
    ric motta 6 days ago

    Bull pucky. You obviously knew the snake was there. The non poisonous snake was less a threat than the cat to the fawn from possibly infections of a bite or scratch. The snake would never risk harm attacking an animal it can't swallow unless defending itself. Great video but bull pucky on the storyline. This is just a heartless and bogus story about how evil snakes are.

  • Phillip Marcum
    Phillip Marcum 7 days ago +1

    Amazing! Crickey !
    It was a nail biting moment...
    First the fawn.....
    Then the cat........
    No... You had a snake on the property.
    Neither cat nor fawn was ever in danger.
    Rat snakes eat.........?
    Yes. Rats

  • Jay Kune
    Jay Kune 7 days ago

    Wasted my time

  • Connie Oliver
    Connie Oliver 7 days ago +1

    Snakes, nature's hot dogs! LOL

  • Keepp Dreamingg
    Keepp Dreamingg 8 days ago +2

    I'm aching for 10 minutes and 27 secs of my life back....Really RU-clip🤪

  • KY6 35
    KY6 35 8 days ago +1

    Yum! I love the ones with spots, they are crock pot size!!!

  • Melissa Sullivan
    Melissa Sullivan 8 days ago +1

    The cat kept looking back at the owners for them to intervene.

    • Anthony Harper
      Anthony Harper 6 days ago

      Amazing video...Cats are awesome..My cat catch squirrels..Bad too the bone..She eat all kind of critters....

  • Rebecca Mountain
    Rebecca Mountain 8 days ago +3

    Forget the snake! Your cat is walking through poison ivy!

  • Nikky Lee
    Nikky Lee 8 days ago

    Rat snakes are so cute,. There's no way in hell that snake could have actually taken that fawn though.

  • David Christensen
    David Christensen 9 days ago

    And a human waiting out in a tree for the deer strikes and gets 3 meals instead of 1. Gotta love natural selection.

  • Hess85
    Hess85 9 days ago

    Buncha nothin

  • Sumner Waite
    Sumner Waite 9 days ago

    Cat : Not on my watch!!!

  • Chuck Barrick
    Chuck Barrick 9 days ago +11

    I cracked a beer when the guy started talkin, I finished a couple before they cut to the cat/snake/fawn saga. Great graphics, the suspense nearly killed me. About half way through I had to take a break, and get more beer. After intermission, at about hour 3 it gets really tense.

  • Valerie Halliwell
    Valerie Halliwell 9 days ago

    Yay, brave kitty!

  • CUSTOM MADE INSENCE
    CUSTOM MADE INSENCE 9 days ago

    All animals have a spirit animal like we do.

  • Ann Marie Schrage-Glaviano

    You're gonna loose your kitty some day soon. A .22 would help with that snake, sweet Bambi

  • Your Name
    Your Name 12 days ago

    Cat: meow
    Snake: sSss
    Fawn: 👀

  • And i oop
    And i oop 12 days ago

    I wish I had a companion like that cause humans are

  • Tyra White
    Tyra White 12 days ago +2

    Just a lot of drama and nonsense because that snake it's not big enough to hurt that fawn

  • Tina Creekmore
    Tina Creekmore 12 days ago

    In the future explain to people that actually live in the city and have no clue about living in an area with wild life. I live in the city with 1and half acre of land near water. I don't know anything about snakes. I have chickens and have found three snakes within 20 years. Eating the chicken eggs. I don't know if they were poisIonous. I have raccoons, possums, weasels killing my chickens and cats..We also encounter snapping turtles. This is just a thought for you . Do a video about small wildlife. What nocturnal small animals can be a danger.

  • John Nashmy
    John Nashmy 12 days ago

    How many KW is your generator?

  • Toshy McTosharoo
    Toshy McTosharoo 13 days ago

    In Texas everyone has a 20 gauge. You see a rattler on ur property... 💥

  • Private Information
    Private Information 13 days ago

    I can’t take the suspense!!!!!!!😩😩😩😩😩😂😂

  • Tina Creekmore
    Tina Creekmore 14 days ago

    If your wife or child was out there and a bear or wolf was there would you keep filming and make the same statement? Don't see it often. Just enjoy the video.😩😰🙁👎😥😫😖👿

  • Tina Creekmore
    Tina Creekmore 14 days ago

    It wasn't your life being compromised.

  • Tina Creekmore
    Tina Creekmore 14 days ago +1

    NO. The fawn could have got up and run. You actually filmed your own cat being in harm's way. What is wrong with you?

    • Tina Creekmore
      Tina Creekmore 12 days ago

      @Lewis Wereb You should have explained that in the beginning of your video. It's a learning experience for us and you. 👍

    • Lewis Wereb
      Lewis Wereb 12 days ago

      No one was in harm's way. I despise snakes because they are so damn UGLY but that snake is harmless to either animal. It is not a poisonous snake.

  • Southern Freedom
    Southern Freedom 14 days ago

    Beautiful cat❤️

  • Reincarnation
    Reincarnation 14 days ago +1

    BTW...where do you live...there are bob cats around your place?

  • Reincarnation
    Reincarnation 14 days ago

    What a video...the suspense was quite nerve wracking, a big relief at the end. Please pas on my hugs to the gorgeous and brave cat :)

  • Viral Greening
    Viral Greening 14 days ago

    I just wanted to say. You should record your videos in 4K or better so whenever you’re zooming in on post it maintains a 1080. Great video and sweet cat

  • Lor Swanson
    Lor Swanson 14 days ago

    Good video. Your crashed hard drive data can be recovered by connecting the disk to another computer motherboard, and employ specialized recovery software can remove the video data. There is also recovery data services that can also retrieve the data. Get to some computer geeks and they will know what to do for data recovery of crashed drive data, unless it's completely broken.