Deer Being Trapped and Slaughtered in Texas Community—Stop the Massacre

SPEAK UP FOR DEER

act now for deer

Deer in a residential community in Yantis, Texas, are being netted and killed in a misguided attempt to reduce their population. Every minute spent trapped is a terrifying eternity for these easily frightened prey animals, who can badly injure themselves in frantic attempts to get free. Families of deer are torn apart, leaving young and weak animals vulnerable to starvation and dehydration. Your voice is needed now.

SPEAK UP FOR DEER

see the bears now

Video: One Year Later, Rescued Bears Swim, Play, and Bob for Apples

After enduring a decade of deprivation and frustration, Ben and Bogey are now free to play and explore the lush environment around them. See video footage of the bears at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado, where they’re currently hibernating (wait until you see them playing and swimming!), and then learn how you can help other bears who are still languishing at roadside zoos or forced to perform.

TAKE ACTION FOR OTHER BEARS

help cold dogs

Dogs Are Desperately Cold

Winter’s chilliest weeks are still ahead of us—and dogs forced to live outside are suffering tremendously.

GIVE A DOG SHELTER

4 thoughts on “Deer Being Trapped and Slaughtered in Texas Community—Stop the Massacre

  1. Humans are just not capable of treating other creatures humanely. WHY are they doing this? I always hate to hear people b*tch about ‘deer eating their flowers’. The freaking flowers will grow back! There’s no need to kill deer!

    I’ve heard people call them ‘the most beautiful vermin’ too. Any creature that is not human is classified as vermin, apparently. Except the two-legged vermin, who get endless chances ror redemption and excuses for bad behavior.

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