Saturday, August 3, 2013

Heroic Cops Kill Baby Deer Named Giggles

Heavily armed officers of Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources risked life and limb earlier this week as they raided a local animal shelter to retrieve a baby deer named Giggles who had been dropped off at the shelter by a family concerned that the deer's mother had abandoned it. Wisconsin's law prohibits the possession of wildlife. A swat team made up of 9 Natural Resources agents and 4 deputy sheriffs toting semiautomatic rifles stormed the shelter and held the mostly volunteer staff at gunpoint for 3 hours while attempting to "retrieve" the dangerous doe. The officers diligence paid off in the end. Giggles was shot multiple times and killed by the heroic officers several of which were later treated at a local hospital for trauma.