"It's actually not good practice to look at a reindeer and think about slaughtering it. Because then you don't see the reindeer as a subject. There is a Sami philosopher, Niels Oskar, who has written about it. It is not good tone to calculate how many kilos a reindeer has, or how much you can get for it. That's not good. For as long as the animal is alive, it is a subject, and you must relate to it as a subject. This is the Sami way of thinking, which tells something about the relationship with animals. Or, for example, it would be completely unacceptable in the Sami tradition to first catch a salmon and then release it again. You don't do that. You don't play with salmon."