posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 10:38 AM
So let me get this right? They went through all the trouble of saving it just for the State of Indiana to come along and say they had to kill it?
Oh..that's a real 'life matters' approach to wildlife management, isn't it??? I wonder, if they DID have any valid point here, are there NO zoos in
nation that would benefit from a healthy and partially domesticated fawn like that? I mean, when outright killing it was the State's
only apparent idea to handle this.
All sorts of folks help wildlife in distress....Indiana ought to hang their collective government head in shame for this. When did killing things just
become standard SOP??? I get it on a predatory species too comfy with man. I understand it entirely. Deer aren't predatory though. (Imagines Bambi
with a sub-gun to shoot back with....err....Nope. can't get there)
edit on 30-1-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)