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Thread: It's not uncommon for me to come home to strays....but this is to much!!

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    It's not uncommon for me to come home to strays....but this is to much!!

    I'm almost use to coming home and finding a drop off in my yard, cats and dogs. Well yesterday was a first, as I'm coming down my lane I see this blocking my parking area.



    You know you live out in the country when you have to deal with stray cows. lol Even my dogs are not supprised by this, you'll notice my Tuffys tail in the picture, just walking by as if it was no big deal that we had a cow in the road. He use to new strays, I guess.



    We called the police, they came out, but really had no way of hauling him off, so intill they find out who he belongs to he's living with my goats.

    Anyone lose a cow? lol

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    M-O-O-O-O-O!!!!!!

    That's too funny. I guess you can't "beef" about it

    Wasn't there a commercial out long ago about

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    Wow!

    That sure is a handsome bull. He looks well cared for.
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    Do you have kids? And do they say "But he followed me home, ma!!"?
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    Originally posted by K9soul
    Wow!

    That sure is a handsome bull. He looks well cared for.
    Yeah he looks well cared for, but if you look at his hind leg you can see where he got hurt, jumping a fence, I guess. It's a pretty deep cut and he wont let me get close enough to take care of it.

    I just hope they find what ranch he came from.......before I turn him into a pet.

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    Originally posted by jenluckenbach
    Do you have kids? And do they say "But he followed me home, ma!!"?

    LOL no kids.

    Maybe he just knew this would be a safe place to go to. Thats what my husband always says about any stray we find, that there some animal hotline and our address is where they are all sent to.

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    Oh that is Just Too Much!!!!!
    Are you at least able to hose that wound???
    Yes,I saw it too...
    If you could get some water on it to cleanse it might help a little bit!!!

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    He's a fine looking bull!

    Maybe he's new to town, and just saying hi to the neighbours!
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    Ack! I see that ouchie in the second picture now. Poor guy
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    That's hysterical! Hope you find his home soon! If not, as they say, what's one more?

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    Now thats not something you'd see everyday! Me? I'm used to coming home to MacDonald's wrappers strewn across my yard... you just might find me standing in your driveway next!

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    Yep, we get loose cows all the time. This is funny. Yesterday, I had an officer looking for(I should say listening) loud music. He didn't find the music but there was an elephant in the area! That's got to be a first

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    We have some of those come up in our yard some times! More than stray cats or dogs! They are kind of cute, but if you hug a cow they get green slobber all over you.

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    Wow, that must have been a shocker. LOL
    That's funny.
    For some reason I don't see the second picture, but I hope you are able to find his owner and they take care of the gash on his leg.

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    That has to be the most unusual stray story that I have seen here. He must have called the animal hotline and gotten your number.

    Sorry, but that is too funny. I hope that they find the owners soon. I am pretty sure that they will, he looks like a bull that someone would miss.

    I am almost positive that he got that gash from jumping over or through a fence. Almost all the bulls that I have every worked with loved to tear down fences. I think that is a hobby for most of them.
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