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  • Robin B.

    Pretty calf

  • Veronika Marchina

    "Cows actually cry tears. And they're so terrified when they enter a slaughterhouse, assuming they can still walk (dairy cows are milked until they can't walk or move on their own) they have diarrhea. They're supposed to be stunned before being hung upside down and having their throats cut, but it doesn't always work. PLEASE go vegan. No creature should suffer like this."

  • Katie Moller

    Charolais calf!

  • Brooke Cooper

    Pretty Charolais baby! I miss mine so much! I wish I was home

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