Once upon a time, there was a little white calf. She was born in July, and the first thing she remembers is being licked off by her big cow mom.
After that, she was whisked away to a clean hutch, had her navel dipped in iodine, and was fed some tasty bottles of warm milk.
Her hutch was next to many other calf hutches, and she wanted to explore her new surroundings.
Lucky for her, the girl who fed her forgot to secure the sides of her wire yard. She was free to explore!
Soon enough, the girl returned and saw the little white calf was roaming about. Calves really can’t resist sucking on everything, and the little white calf just had to see if she could suck on that outstretched hand.
And so the calf was safely guided back into her own hutch with comfy straw.
Just because a calf may be a wee little newborn, it doesn’t mean she can’t be quite the escape artist. 🙂
Do you have similar stories of children or pets quickly navigating out of where they’re supposed to be?