On the streets of Udaipur Rajasthan, India a mother cow and her bonded baby calf walked slowly along the village streets. Had the two escaped a cruel owner? The mother cow, named Bee, had a deep gash under her front leg; her baby had a rope tied so tightly around his neck, the hemp had cut through the tender tissue of his skin leaving a deep, infected wound.
When nearby villagers spotted the two inseparable animals slowly exploring the village, as if hunting for a place to rest and a quiet place to graze, it was obvious they needed serious medical help. And so the two were transported back to the open hospital for Animal Aid Unlimited. Bee, the mother cow, was anesthetized in order for the medical staff to attend to her wound; she appeared to have been stabbed by a sharp object. The work began – her wound was cleansed and dressed. Her baby was next – Honey’s wound was very deep and painful – his injury was cleaned and bandaged also.
The two were shortly reunited, and all they needed now was rest.
Check them out just two months later. Never doubt that cows aren’t emotional – no more problems ever for Bee and Honey.
(Photos of mother cow and her baby via screenshots Animal Aid Unlimited)
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