For quite some time now, Meder's Nursery in Pittsburgh has been looking after three deer which help make the holiday season more enjoyable.
In fact, according to PETA, this is the only thing these animals ever get to do: entertain people throughout the holiday season.
This green-oriented organization now asks that the general public sends their messages to the people in charge of running Meder's Nursery, hoping that these animals might be soon set free.
PETA explains that deer are undomesticated animals, which is why longer periods of captivity tend to negatively impact both on their physical, and on their psychological wellbeing.
Apparently, some of the first signs of psychological imbalance in the case of captive deer are swaying, rocking, bar biting and sometimes even self-mutilation.
Naturally, the contact information for Meder's Nursery owners and management team is made available on PETA's official website