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robinlynne Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-29-09 04:49 PM
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11. I was going to suggest the same thing. Hide her till you find a better way.
Don't let anyone on the property at all unless they have a warrant.
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  -N.Y.S D.E.C. is killing my sisters' deer tomorrow please help keepthemhonest  Nov-29-09 04:30 PM   #0 
  - Do they have a barn or someplace enclosed where he can be?  CaliforniaPeggy   Nov-29-09 04:36 PM   #1 
  - I was going to suggest the same thing. Hide her till you find a better way.  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 04:49 PM   #11 
  - The problem is deer are pretty hard to herd.  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 05:07 PM   #18 
  - maybe see about getting it to a deer park where they are protected from  redirish28   Nov-29-09 04:36 PM   #2 
  - Thanks great ideas  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 04:44 PM   #8 
  - Having it transported to a remote area is a very good idea.  Occulus   Nov-30-09 12:38 PM   #50 
  - My only idea: contact a preserve with other deer, let them have Daisy.  NYC_SKP   Nov-29-09 04:36 PM   #3 
  - sweet little "dear"?? seriously, I don't know what she can do, other than hide the little one,  niyad   Nov-29-09 04:36 PM   #4 
  - Find a roadkill young deer--this could take some driving, but is possible.  Lyric   Nov-29-09 04:39 PM   #5 
  - this is one of my favorite ideas right here  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 08:34 PM   #42 
  - They usually won't take kindly to people raising undomesticated animals as "pets."  Cessna Invesco Palin   Nov-29-09 04:39 PM   #6 
  - We had a situation like this in Oregon last year.  MissB   Nov-29-09 04:42 PM   #7 
  - I remember that.  stevedeshazer   Nov-29-09 05:17 PM   #27 
  - what if she told the local paper or TV station?  spooky3   Nov-29-09 04:45 PM   #9 
  - great thanks  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 04:51 PM   #12 
  - Paint its nose red and invite all the local children to see Rudolph /nt  jberryhill   Nov-29-09 04:45 PM   #10 
  - It would be nice if you knew the section  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 04:52 PM   #13 
  - Thanks is that for all of NYS?  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 04:59 PM   #16 
     - The website says  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 05:04 PM   #17 
        - notice that she can get a permit to keep the deer. That was mentioned in several  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 05:14 PM   #24 
           - I don't think they have ever done that  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 05:18 PM   #29 
           - I think that might be the issue  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 05:59 PM   #39 
  - oh my, I googled deer sanctuary and most of them are for hunting!  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 04:53 PM   #14 
  - Thanks that is so sweet of you nt  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 05:08 PM   #19 
     - love animals. cannot imagine anyone wanting to kill or hurt a deer....  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 05:12 PM   #22 
        - you've obviously never had one run into your car and total it, know anyone killed by a deer running  KittyWampus   Nov-29-09 05:16 PM   #26 
           - That is why suburban sprawl sucks. We take over the animal's space  Minimus   Nov-30-09 12:42 PM   #51 
           - Agreed!  cwydro   Nov-30-09 01:27 PM   #52 
           - I've had one run into my car totaling it  lukasahero   Nov-30-09 03:02 PM   #58 
  - paint her white with  MichaelHarris   Nov-29-09 04:55 PM   #15 
  - Yep that sounds like something they would do  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 05:11 PM   #21 
  - I would tell my sister to ask them  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 05:09 PM   #20 
  - Thanks ohheackyeah! I will pass this all on to her  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 05:21 PM   #32 
     - You're welcome.  ohheckyeah   Nov-29-09 05:58 PM   #38 
        - Good point  keepthemhonest   Nov-30-09 02:46 PM   #57 
  - Deer, like racoons, are WILD animals and anyone who tries to keep them from the wild  KittyWampus   Nov-29-09 05:14 PM   #23 
  - But once this deer has been raised by humans, whata re the chances he/she would survive in the wild,  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 05:15 PM   #25 
  - see nature program about orphan cheetahs. If you're going to rehabilitate a wild animal  KittyWampus   Nov-29-09 05:18 PM   #28 
     - I believe the problme she is experiencing is not her attachment, but hunters....  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 10:32 PM   #45 
  - Uh, so were dogs at one time.  JoeyT   Nov-29-09 05:32 PM   #35 
     - Well, to be fair, give me 1,000 years and I'll have the deer fetching your slippers.  Robb   Dec-01-09 09:41 AM   #74 
  - Not a popular answer but here goes.  Pavulon   Nov-29-09 05:19 PM   #30 
  - If an animal preserve can't be found, that is the only solution. Unless people involved  KittyWampus   Nov-29-09 05:21 PM   #31 
  - Contact PETA. I'm sure they have a list of deer preserves.  Cleita   Nov-30-09 01:30 PM   #53 
     - Then PETA can kill them  michreject   Nov-30-09 06:39 PM   #59 
  - Incorporate as a petting zoo?  kristopher   Nov-29-09 05:23 PM   #33 
  - HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE, CALL EVERY TV STATION, URGE DEER BE SPARED! STAGE A RALLY---  Liberty Belle   Nov-29-09 05:27 PM   #34 
  - Thanks for sharing these great ideas  keepthemhonest   Nov-29-09 05:34 PM   #36 
  - Here is a link about deer, New York State, saying to contact a wildlife rehabilitator  robinlynne   Nov-29-09 05:35 PM   #37 
  - In Michigan, I believe it's illegal to have non-domesticated animals as pets.  Kaleva   Nov-29-09 06:04 PM   #40 
  - It is. For good reason.  Occulus   Nov-30-09 12:35 PM   #49 
  - Is it corn fed?  obliviously   Nov-29-09 08:17 PM   #41 
  - It doesn't sound like this particular deer is a hazard, but there are laws against feeding deer.  hedgehog   Nov-29-09 08:41 PM   #43 
  - They may give her an occassional treat  keepthemhonest   Nov-30-09 12:18 PM   #46 
  - Here is an organization you should consult with  Tom Rinaldo   Nov-29-09 10:15 PM   #44 
  - My uncle often puts some saltlick or treats out back for the deer in his area.  OneTenthofOnePercent   Nov-30-09 12:32 PM   #47 
  - Good. Wild animals are not pets.  Occulus   Nov-30-09 12:34 PM   #48 
  - O for Pete's sake. So it's better for officials to kill it rather than it be a "pet" on 11 acres.  demodonkey   Nov-30-09 01:36 PM   #54 
  - If it's a buck with no fear of people, then YES.  piedmont   Nov-30-09 10:44 PM   #62 
  - I forgot about that- also, they can get into homes  Occulus   Dec-01-09 12:16 AM   #67 
  - No, in fact it should be transported to the nearest wildlife preserve or petting zoo  Occulus   Dec-01-09 12:06 AM   #66 
  - Definately not pets and it's crule to do this to any wild animal....  Tippy   Nov-30-09 01:39 PM   #55 
  - Feel better?  Bryn   Nov-30-09 01:58 PM   #56 
  - I'll help the appropriate authorities fine them.  Occulus   Dec-01-09 12:04 AM   #65 
     - It would have been better if you posted like that in first place  Bryn   Dec-01-09 09:37 AM   #72 
  - Some people take pleasure in rubbing salt in the wounds of others  lukasahero   Nov-30-09 09:29 PM   #60 
     - These people collared and vested a wild animal and set it loose again.  Occulus   Nov-30-09 11:54 PM   #63 
  - Why can't she just remove the collar and vest and let it come and go as it pleases?  piedmont   Nov-30-09 10:42 PM   #61 
  - +10000 for the simple answer and probuably the best  vadawg   Nov-30-09 11:57 PM   #64 
  - They are only doing that until hunting season is over.  keepthemhonest   Dec-01-09 09:33 AM   #71 
  - What do you call a wild animal that has lost its fear of humans? n/t  Occulus   Dec-01-09 12:18 AM   #68 
  - They're called "pets". n/t  tuckessee   Dec-01-09 09:57 AM   #77 
  - It is hunting season there until Dec 22  keepthemhonest   Dec-01-09 09:31 AM   #70 
  - In North Carolina, there's an animal refuge called the Western North Carolina Nature Center.  Rhiannon12866   Dec-01-09 04:19 AM   #69 
  - Update:  keepthemhonest   Dec-01-09 09:39 AM   #73 
     - That's wonderful news!  tuckessee   Dec-01-09 09:51 AM   #75 
        - Thanks Tuckessee  keepthemhonest   Dec-01-09 09:56 AM   #76 
 

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