Brianna, a pregnant cow that escaped from a cattle truck early Thursday morning and on the way to a slaughterhouse, gave birth on Saturday to a female calf named Winter.
(Skylands Animal Sanctuary and Rescue)
A pregnant cow that escaped from a cattle truck on the way to a New Jersey slaughterhouse, gave birth to a female calf in the sanctuary that rescued her on Saturday.
Brianna the calf, with the name Winter, born days after her mother was 8 feet from the second level of a cattle truck on Interstate 80, the New Jersey Herald reported.
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A police chase followed, and, in the end, Brianna was taken by the Skylands Animal Sanctuary and Rescue, located in Wantage. The shrine of the founder with the name the cow “Brianna” in honor of “Brian,” the police officer who told him of the cattle escape.
Brianna, as it turns out, was in good health and pregnant. On Sunday, she gave birth to the Winter, as seen in a video uploaded to the rescue of the Facebook page.
“She was less than ten minutes away from that slaughterhouse when she flew out of the truck”, a post next to the video read. “She’s never had freedom, she had impregnated about nine months ago, and had already lost her home and her family, but that wasn’t enough, EVERYTHING was stolen from her, her beautiful baby, and her life.”
The addition of Brianna and in the Winter the salvation 70 cows, the shrine of the founder said.
In October 2017, for Example, took in a bull that escaped a slaughterhouse in Brooklyn, N. Y., then ran by the municipality of Prospect Park.