First of all, the exposure looks great and I wish I could just walk into some woods behind my house to take a few shots. Good choice of title as well, I think other viewers would agree that the mood of the title is shown in this fawns curled up position and facial expression.
I'm not sure if it's just me, but this looks a little degraded, as though you have saved it many times, maybe when using editing software. Unfortunately, because of this, I can't tell if the eye is in focus and I believe that a portrait of a person or animal should focus on the closest eye. By focusing on the closest eye, I believe that it can make a photo more aesthetically pleasing overall and can give it depth. Also, I think I would have framed this shot so that there was more 'white space' in the direction the fawn is looking. Although, it looks like if you had tried that there would be ferns in the way.
But I have to say this is very cute ^-^, nice one!
Nice shot, good detail, and contrast, exceptional opportunity to come on this . Beautiful baby doe. Framed perfectly with straw in front , evergreen to right, brings ones eyes right into the subject, so lucky to find.