There is nothing wrong with respecting the animal you take for meat for the table. I do my best to do it as humanely as I know how. I try to make the death quick. I don't know many people who enjoy killing animals for the sake of killing animals. And those people aren't worth knowing. I carry a larger caliber than most because I prefer a humane one shot one kill. The thought of it wounded and having to track it is unappealing. One, because I get around like John Wayne walks (part of the reason for the icon), and two because of the animal suffering
Three are two reasons I don't buy store bought meat anymore. Industrial farming keeps the animals in terrible situations that also breed disease and multiple meat recalls. If I can't raise it, or cull it, I don't consider it safe. I can look at the internals of the animal and see if it something I want to feed my family. Both my grandfathers were ranchers. I wish I had half the land they had. But, I recall being on one ranch, and the cattle were allowed to be cattle with a pasture and barn. I remember going between Las Cruces and El Paso going past an "Industry Dairy Ranch" and you could smell the rancid feces before you got there. The cattle were up to their chest in their own waste. It looked like the cattle version of what Tyson does to their broilers,
I don't trust the USDA that rubber stamps that behavior nor the meat they approve for the grocery store. So, I am close to my meat source, and do my best to waste absolutely none of it. I can't stand the taste of liver of any animal, so I give that away to those that just adore it.
A lot of folks don't think to take any of the internals. But, I will use the chicken gizzards and hearts. I have a large deer heart in my refrigerator. I don't want to waste anything. The animal gave its life to provide meat for my family. So, it is usable, I use it.
So, I understand where you are coming from and respect it. When you are close enough to your meat source to get bloody, it brings significance that a pre-packaged slab of meat on a tray doesn't convey,
Plus chicken gizzards and hearts are delicious, as is the liver.
Especially with a little rice. My uncles will eat it deep-fried too.