Cow that escaped Pico Rivera slaughterhouse arrives at farm sanctuary in Acton – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

“The as-of-yet unnamed cow is very hesitant and fearful of humans, which is unsurprising considering everything she’s gone through,” Farm Sanctuary in Acton posted Sunday. “She’ll likely calm down as the days go on and she comes to recognize that we aren’t going to hurt her, though she may never warm up to humans fully. But that’s one of the great parts of Sanctuary: we don’t force her to spend time with us; we allow her to just be. Source: Cow that escaped Pico Rivera slaughterhouse arrives at farm sanctuary in Acton – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

3 thoughts on “Cow that escaped Pico Rivera slaughterhouse arrives at farm sanctuary in Acton – San Gabriel Valley Tribune”

  1. I’d like to just reblog the good news one if possible. The other’s too sad.
    More than 20 years ago I wrote a poem about another stockyard escapee that had a sadder ending. Some of this planning about how to survive isn’t ideal. Lissenup, evolution!.

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