A Late Chat Production
You operate an animal rescue for small animals and local woodland animals. To help fund the rescue you also operate a petting zoo. The rescue and zoo are operated on your property. Your rescue and zoo are fully licensed and well run.
You also have a ten year old son, Logan. One of your rules for Logan is that he may not be with the animals without an adult or responsible person present. You also do not allow any animals in your house.
Last week you took in an abandoned deer fawn that was slightly injured. Logan became immediately attached to the deer, naming it Bambi, and has been giving it special attention. The fawn is progressing well.
For some reason Logan became concerned for Bambi and slipped out of bed at 3:00 AM this morning to go and check on the fawn. Logan saw that the other deer were not allowing Bambi to eat. Logan took Bambi in to the house to feed him. After the deer was fed Logan began to play with him.
The noise wakes you and you walk into your family room and see:
Logan explains how Bambi wasn't being allowed to eat.
Is Logan in trouble?