The photo is that of a fawn still with spots being spine shot .
Spine shot is a terrifying death for the deer and a whole lot of amusement for the bowhunters. Imagine how many deer, even fawns are spine shot so bowhunters can sit and watch the dance of death that can last for hours, one said they can suffer this way overnight. In Sports hunting there is no limit to the extent of cruelty that can be inflicted on the innocent sentient being because recreational hunting is legalized animals cruelty, there is no anti-cruelty law (not that we would want another euphemistic garbage), no one hears their cries, there is no camera except the ones the hunters put on their tree stand so they can video tape the snuffing of innocent sentient forest creatures and upload into youtube which is pretty dumb because people like me are watching and will expose the horrendous cruelty to educate the public.
The kind of comments you will see from other bowhunters
"Move the tree i cant see the deer flopping around like a retarded seal."
TheRedSchecters 2 months ago
"That's a nice doe, but you shouldn't of shown the part where you walked out and shot it again... You should have let her die and just sit in your blind for another 30 minutes. It's a great kill in all, but shooting her again with a crossbow won't do much after she is already going to die, it just makes people upset to film her last breaths and last movements. Im a big hunter, and yes I have had to shoot deer in the head to put them out, but i didn't ever once think of getting it on film." hollysskill3r55 1 month ago
"You should not have posted this. It was a bad shot and you showed too much of the does suffering. It sheds a bad light on hunting.",randyforst 1 month ago
" i shot a doe this year and spined it. i then put 2 more shots into her!! she still didnt die for over 10 min!" tenpointman
12 year old spine shot deer and dad says "great job son". Listen to the loud bawling cries of this deer even the child did not want to hear.
Read the total callousness of this bowunter who shot a calf elk.
"I had a buddy that spined a calf elk. Shots where we go are few and far between so he only carried 3 arrows for a morning hunt. First one was a spine. On the second shot the calf lurched and it ended up grazing its neck. He moved in to ten yards and tried to put the final arrow in his chest as the calf rolled onto its back but ended up a bit back and hit the liver. The entire time the calf was calling for its mother who remained 40 yards away not wanting to leave. He had two choices. Let it slowly die calling to its mother, or use a knife. He did the humane thing and took out his knife. Not the ideal situation for his first elk with a bow but using a knife in this case was the humane thing to do."
PLEASE SIGN PETITION AT THE BOTTOM - THANK YOUSpine shot buck even after 3 arrows did not die and the bowhunters are laughing and cheering thru all this.
(this one is a spotted fawn the user removed the original)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYtmhE48YGY
(This is not mercy killing this is kill to cause more suffering)
(at 7:30) and he leaves the doe to suffer overnight on Christmas eve.
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