Mule Deer don’t always have to Munch----Do you love to see deer but don’t want them to become daily dinner guests in the wildlife garden? One of the most frequent wildlife visitors we have in our yard are Mule Deer, sometimes more than a dozen at a time. Living in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains means that we share our environment with the animals that have called this their home for hundreds of years. But just because we share our space
Think about it: if you are what you eat then.....what do you become when you eat DEAD animals? Yep. Thought so.
If you see your cat or dog do this, it's not trying to be cute or funny. This is called "head pressing" and is usually a sign of a critical medical condition. #pets
Personally, I think if you can't look your dinner in the face and say "I'm going to eat you today", and then kill it or watch it be killed, you don't deserve to eat it. That's why I'm vegetarian.