A First Time for Everything

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Real Estate Agent with Russell Real Estate Services

A FIRST

I was showing a very rural property late yesterday afternoon.  I was in the kitchenRural property with the Mrs, while the Mr. was walking the perimeter of the 3 Acre property.  There happened to be several barns and outbuildings as well.

After a short while, Mr. came into the house and said, “Well, you’d better call the Sheriff”.  He explained that he found a badly injured deer caught in the fence behind one of the outbuildings.  It was in pretty bad shape.

I tried calling the Listing Agent, but got a voicemail.  I did not know how to reach the owner, so,.…I called the Sheriff. 

I called the SheriffWe didn’t have to wait long before he arrived.   Thankfully Mr. walked him out to where the deer was---out of my sight.  Then I heard the shots.  Just two, but still loud and echoing and sad.

I know it was for the best, but it still hurt my soul.  I finally reached the Listor and told him what had happened.   I didn’t want that poor homeowner to come home to discover the remains of the deer.My heart hurts

 

I hope it’s a long while before I am asked to call the Sheriff again.

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Mary M. Kandell                                             
ABR, CNE                                               
Russell Real Estate

It Starts With the Heart 
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6203 Milan Rd. Sandusky, OH   44870

 419-239-4140  Cell

 mary.kandell@gmail.com

 

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Kathy Streib
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Mary-I cannot imagine having that happen while showing property.  Unfortunately, the humane thing to do was put the deer down.  It's so sad.  

Apr 04, 2014 07:24 AM #1
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Mary Kandell
Kathy, I like to think of myself as a country girl,....but I guess I'm really not. Thx for taking the time to read and comment
Apr 04, 2014 09:51 AM #2
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Judith Parker
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Hi Kathy, so sad to have to make a call to have a deer destroyed.  Your buyer was very thoughtful towards that deer and to not ignore and have it suffer any longer.  I am sorry you had to go thru that.

Apr 04, 2014 10:57 AM #3
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Manuela Baginski
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What a sad story, but you did the best thing.  You have really cute pics to make it a happier post!

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Sharon Parisi
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Oh Mary, what a heart wrenching story.  I hope you never encounter this again.

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