And if his offering is from the flock, from the sheep or from the goats…the Torah limits sacrifices to domestic animals like sheep and goats. What we are asked to offer Hashem is accessible to us – we don’t need to venture into the wild to bring it – it’s in our backyard. Indeed, Maimonides writes that the very institution of animal sacrifice was God’s compromise to wean us off idolatry. By enjoining animal sacrifices, our ancestors were given a mode of connection to God that was accessible to them and within the boundaries of the Torah, each generation is charged with finding its own way to Hashem.