Friday, October 14, 2016

Deer Invade Kansas City Residential Streets



An AWESOME TKC READER warns that deer are no longer confined to rural roads . . .

Take a look:

"Following what looked like a young male deer through the residential streets of Kansas City, Missouri, in the area of 60th and Oak Streets."

Unbeknownst to most locals, we've seen deer have ventured into most parts of the urban core and up to Southwest Trafficway . . . Kinda proving the metro isn't as big of a metropolis as many civic cheerleaders would like to think.

More in a bit . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Same shit happens in places like Atlanta. Deer jerky rocks!

Anonymous said...

I think the deer are safer in rural MO. They have 355 less days of being shot at.

Anonymous said...

When does Racoon hunting season open ?

Anonymous said...

Didn't ya see the t.v. news about COMBAT clearing and cutting through the urban forest over that way? Blight Bambi and her bucks had to book on out!

Didya see the 30 pointer?!

Anonymous said...

This. Is. Jo-o-hn. Pepito-o-ne. Coming. To. You. Liiive. From. Fourty. One. Fox. Ne-e-ws.