A young stag, his antlers still covered in velvet, rests in Allegheny Cemetery.
The adorability meter just broke, shattered into atoms by readings it was never meant to handle. This little fawn was resting against a monument in the Rosemont, Mt. Hope, & Evergreen United Cemeteries. Deer love cemeteries, both because there is practically unlimited forage and because no one ever molests them there.
A doe browsing in the Allegheny Cemetery, a rural landscape smack in the middle of the city. Deer in the great cemeteries have a pretty soft life, but deer are found in almost every city neighborhood with even a small patch of woods. This picture has been donated to Wikimedia Commons under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication, so no permission is needed to use it for any purpose whatsoever.