Good morning all
Landowner said a local friend had spotted this Fallow Doe crossing the road at night and he thought someone had shot it in its hind quarter. Well, I went down last night to try and locate her and within minutes I saw her in the NV and she was really struggling to move anywhere. I immediately closed the gap to her, got down on the bipod and pinned her through the shoulder where she fell to the shot after 5 yards. Turns out half her leg was missing and she was also pro lapsing to top it off. A resilient creature though, just goes to show they will adapt, I just didn't want her stuck in the road causing an RTA which is why I ended her suffering. Injury was probably caused by the top strand of a fence?
I'm sure there will be the haters out there, who will no doubt criticise this post, but watching a deer move around like that isnít nice to see let alone the infection she was probably experiencing with the prolapse! My conscious is 100% clear on this one.