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Bekky's boy in trouble

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  • Imp Ster
    saw what looked like a huge beige jingle-bell in the woods behind the house today, turned out to be one of those plastic child-safe swing- set seats that the
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 2, 2004
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      saw what looked like a huge beige jingle-bell in the woods behind the
      house today, turned out to be one of those plastic child-safe swing-
      set seats that the poor buck (Bekky's 2yo who came back to stay with
      her after her last twin offspring were lost) , this young buck must
      have been scraping his antlers on a swingset of all things, got the
      chains tangled around his fine new antlers, and then evidently ripped
      the whole seat/chains arrangemnt right off... he tried several times
      to get rid of it while i watched for a very few minutes.
      then when he saw me , he spooked off into the woods, sounding for all
      the world like the Ghost of Xmas yet to come (with the rattling
      chains and all)

      that poor deer.
      if he cant get rid of it soon, it will disrupt his feeding chances,
      ruin his nerves, sabotage his survival instincts, put a serious dent
      into his energy level, and the constant noise of the chains are
      already exposing him to mortal danger by blowing his cover...

      if there is a god, must it be sane?

      ...
    • Pat Scala
      Hopefully, he loose those antlers real soon. What a shame. ... From: Imp Ster [mailto:iimpster@yahoo.com] Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 1:14 AM To:
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 4, 2004
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        Hopefully, he loose those antlers real soon. What a shame.

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Imp Ster [mailto:iimpster@...]
        Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 1:14 AM
        To: friendsofdeer@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [Friends of Deer] Bekky's boy in trouble


        saw what looked like a huge beige jingle-bell in the woods behind the
        house today, turned out to be one of those plastic child-safe swing-
        set seats that the poor buck (Bekky's 2yo who came back to stay with
        her after her last twin offspring were lost) , this young buck must
        have been scraping his antlers on a swingset of all things, got the
        chains tangled around his fine new antlers, and then evidently ripped
        the whole seat/chains arrangemnt right off... he tried several times
        to get rid of it while i watched for a very few minutes.
        then when he saw me , he spooked off into the woods, sounding for all
        the world like the Ghost of Xmas yet to come (with the rattling
        chains and all)

        that poor deer.
        if he cant get rid of it soon, it will disrupt his feeding chances,
        ruin his nerves, sabotage his survival instincts, put a serious dent
        into his energy level, and the constant noise of the chains are
        already exposing him to mortal danger by blowing his cover...

        if there is a god, must it be sane?

        ...








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