One fine January morning, a staff member at Louisiana SPCA was surprised to see a cow tied outside their facility. However, their attention was quickly diverted to a small puppy who seemed lost and scared. When the nuns on duty approached him, he appeared quite nervous and even growled at them. But with some treats and gentle words, they managed to calm him down. Considering he was found tied up outside, it was understandable that he was apprehensive around new people.
As time went on, Cow grew more comfortable in his new surroundings at the sanctuary. The staff had been searching for a new family for him for a while, but none of them could match the one he had left behind. Meanwhile, a small pup had been left injured and alone after saving her owner. Luckily, a compassionate police officer took her in as his own. In March, the monks found Cow and discovered that his former family had been desperately searching for him. They were thrilled to hear that he had been rescued and was safe.
The friendly and easygoing Cow was known for being pleasant and likable to all, but his happiness reached new heights when he was reunited with his mother. As Lewis recounted, “Cow was overjoyed at the sight of his family.” His excitement was tangible as he pranced around and wagged his tail in unrestrained delight. When he caught sight of his mother, Cow displayed a unique behavior that hinted at his absolute joy at being reunited with them. He darted straight into her waiting arms, and quickly became a bundle of laughter and snuggles. There was no indication that anything was wrong with Cow’s happy family reunion.
After spending a few months away from its family, the cow finally got reunited with them. Surprisingly, it felt like no time had passed at all. The cow has now gotten used to being around its loved ones and is thrilled to be returning to its home.