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Without succeeding in visiting the benefactor, the filial deer was without reason shot an arrow in the head

For some reason people can be so cruel.

The people of Kenora (Canada) couldn’t hold back their tears when one of the most famous wise deer here was shot … with an arrow in the head.

Unilad quoted Ms. Lee-Anne Carver, an Ontario person familiar with the Kenora deer, who painfully told the story of the carrot deer.

The first time she met Carrot was three years ago. He frequents the neighborhoods to visit people every Christmas. In the past, it was an orphan deer brought and then released into the wild. The carrot is considered “subsidiary” when it comes to Christmas every Christmas to play with everyone.

However, this year, Carver’s husband came home with tears in his eyes, saying Carrot had been shot by someone in the head with an arrow.

The poor beast probably fell through a hunter’s sights. Even though the injury was very serious, Miraculously Carrot was still alive.

In video and footage recorded by residents, the arrow pierced the base of the right horn, piercing Carrot’s ear.

Speaking to CBC, Carver said, “The carrot is a special animal, it will come to visit people anyway. I don’t understand why anyone can do this with this very friendly deer.

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As a photographer and nature conservation expert, Carver quickly realized that it was a carbon arrow fired from the hunting crossbow, causing great damage.

Fortunately, rescuers from the Canadian Department of Natural Resources and Forestry were on time to retrieve the boom and inject antibiotics for Carrot. A few hours later, her health had stabilized and could walk on her own even a little disoriented.

In fact, hunting wildlife outside of urban areas is not prohibited in Kenora. However, Carver insists that shooting a crossbow at a deer familiar to people like Carrot is “an act of animal cruelty.”

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