posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 10:05 AM
When I read about stories like this, I always think how can this possibly be justified? It was so cruel and unnecessary...
I decided to look into how much danger to humans are deer diseases, and this is what I found.
It seems there is some disease that deer are getting that is similar to Mad Cow's disease, although it has not been proven to harm humans, and the
debate is still out on whether eating a diseased deer would make humans ill, but it is not recommend, so as far as I can tell, the concern would be
for hunters that eat a potentially infected deer.
Now since Giggles was going to a reserve, she posed no threat to humans.......so why kill her, especially without even knowing if she was infected?
Wisconsin has a budget of 7 million dollars to deal with this issue, and I guess terrorizing volunteer workers and baby deer is how this money is
being spent....How Special....
As for the Goose , it chose to live on the pond for 8 years, and now it has been displaced from his home, why? My friend has a pond on her property
and has had a goose and a duck just show up and decide to live there with her other ducks, very funny to watch, and cool these misplaced birds found a
new home when for whatever reason they were separated from their flocks.