DH and I have been together for 20 years and aside from that nasty cedar-swamp deer he got our first year together, his annual harvest has been superb. This year, however, he shoulder- shot one in late evening and had to go find it the next morning. He said it had a hanging hoof from some entrapment with some sort of twine, aside from the shoulder shot. My question is - he harvested the heart, liver and tenderloins for me to bring home the day he found it and is hanging the rest on the buck pole. When I opened the bags to clean and wrap for freezing, I noticed the smell was "different". I can only describe it as a mix of cigarette smoke and urine. I know that sounds weird. Can anyone tell me if this critter is ok?