Albino animals do not have the gene for normal coloration and do not produce the enzyme responsible for skin, hair, and tissue coloration. The result  is the total absence of body pigment.In addition to the lack of body pigment, the eyes of an albino are pink because blood vessels behind the lenses show through the unpigmented irises. Not all white whitetail deer are albino, some are fully pigmented but have white fur. 
(via Baby Albino Whitetail Deer Fawn (Odocoileus virginianus))

Albino animals do not have the gene for normal coloration and do not produce the enzyme responsible for skin, hair, and tissue coloration. The result  is the total absence of body pigment.In addition to the lack of body pigment, the eyes of an albino are pink because blood vessels behind the lenses show through the unpigmented irises. Not all white whitetail deer are albino, some are fully pigmented but have white fur. 

(via Baby Albino Whitetail Deer Fawn (Odocoileus virginianus))