I think most hunters would have taken that shot. (Me included!!!) It's nice you'll do a lifesize on it, too. Beats letting it die of natural causes and just rotting away. At least this way, its beauty will be preserved for many, many years. Some years ago, when I first bought my whitetail 'herd', a guy with a deer pen near here had an albino. He said it was only a couple years old and had some type of cancer. He went on to say the albino deer are prone to many maladies not commonly found in 'normal' deer. Guess that's why nature sees to it there isn't an abundance of them. Survival of the fittest, and apparently they don't fall into that category.