Haha I bet they got the crap kicked out of them. I spotted a doe at my neighbors with her head caught in some field fence. I started over to get her out and she went ballistic. Fortunately she got out without my help.
I lasso'd a buck once... true story.. it had escaped from a rehab operator and made its way to my archery club... it walked in during a 3D shoot and was being fed cookies... my self and another put a rope around its neck and was leading it back to the club house until the rehab owner was notified....it was all fine till a car drove by, then all hell broke loose... a buddy layed on it until we could get a coat over its head,,,, at that time a DNR officer drove by, me hanging on to the rope for deer life .......lol... try explaining that one ... all a true story .... we did finally get it back to the rehab facility....
I think I posted a somewhat similar experience here a few years ago.
I was playing golf at my club and as we walked up to the 15th tee, we saw a doe Muley which had tried to jump an iron fence and didn't quite make it.
One of her hind legs was caught in the fence and she was stuck.
I climbed over the fence, talked to her softly, rubbed her neck and told the others in my group to lift up on the hip of her stuck leg while I calmed her. When they did, I was then able to lift her leg up and over the fence and she was free.
She didn't try to fight me at all because I think she knew I was trying to help her.
She was bleeding a little, but nothing serious. So when I opened a gate on the other side of the homeowner's yard, she was limping a bit, but otherwise no worse from the wear and she ran off.