Illegal pet deer euthanized after ‘terrifying’ attack on Colorado woman – National

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    Illegal pet deer euthanized after ‘terrifying’ attack on Colorado woman – National

    A Colorado woman was fined and her pet deer put down after the young buck attacked a neighbour who was walking her dog, according to state wildlife officials.

    The incident happened last week on a wooded trail outside Black Forest, Colo., according to a statement from Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). The unnamed victim was hospitalized overnight with bruises and serious lacerations to her head, cheek and legs after the attack.

    The animal surprised the victim on the trail, knocked her down and thrashed her with its antlers, then chased her home, according to CPW.

    “The deer even continued to attack as she frantically opened her garage door,” CPW said in its statement. “The terrifying attack went on several minutes.”

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    The woman hid between two cars and the animal backed off while she called for help. However, the buck went into attack mode again when a wildlife officer arrived, and the officer ended up euthanizing the animal.

    A photo of the euthanized buck shows it had blood on its antlers.

    Officials checked the deer for rabies and examined the contents of its stomach. The animal had been eating a regular diet of out-of-season foods, including hay, corn and grain, which indicated it was being fed by humans.

    Black Forest resident Tynette Housley, 73, was issued two citations for illegally keeping and…

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