The cow ran away from the slaughterhouse and adopted a family of wild deer


Meet Bonnie the Cow, this adorable white-and-brown cow now lives a happy life on a farm in New York City. But it was a long, scary, but magical way to get here.

When Bonnie was just a calf, only 4 months old. His house was a slaughterhouse at that time, he had no future, he knew that, writes kingdoms to.

It was his family’s desperate cry that made him run away from his home while his owners were busy loading the trailer. Bonnie took the opportunity to flee to a nearby forest.

News of Bonnie’s brave escape spread quickly, with people sometimes noticing him but no one was able to catch him.

Bonnie remained free for several weeks, much to the amazement of how this farm animal was able to survive on its own in the woods during the winter.

They soon found the answer, he was not alone.

It was discovered by some cameras installed by hunters in the forest. They saw Bonnie surrounded by a herd of deer.

Bonnie had found solace in the herd, it seemed that they accepted him as one of them. They were stuck together, ate and even rested like a herd.

Bonnie was one day in the land of Becky Bartels, an animal lover. Becky knew that Bonnie needed all the help she could get to get through the harsh winter.

So he walked through the snow every day, bringing Bonnie a sleigh full of food and bedding. Bonnie was still terrified of people, but eventually warmed up with Becky and let him caress her.

It seemed like a fairy tale, but Becky knew it was only temporary, especially since his neighbours threatened to kill Bonnie if he wandered into their property.

This prompted Becky to turn to the Farm Sanctuary, a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and caring for abused farm animals.

They help by providing them with an eternally loving home where they can relax and enjoy a long and happy life.

So Farm Sanctuary sent a rescue team to pick up Bonnie and take her to her new home. It took a while, but it worked.

Bonnie got along quite well with her herd of deer in the wild for eight months. He has made friends, he is constantly filled with all the warmth he deserves.

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