A cow escaped from home and ended up stuck on a neighbor's trampoline, and yes, there are pictures
- A herd of 40 cows escaped their home in Australia and had to be rounded up and returned.
- One of the cows made that a bit difficult after it wandered onto a neighbor's trampoline and got stuck.
- The neighbor found the
cowin the middle of the night and alerted its owner to the issue.
A herd of 40 cows went on the run in rural Victoria, Australia, in the middle of the night, according to News.com.au.Most of the cows were rounded up when a truck driver knocked on the door at the nearest home, but some neighbors were woken up by the animals on the prowl in their yards, the outlet reported.
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Ironically, Laing's dislike of cows is well-known by her neighbors. "I DO NOT like cows in my yard," she told 9 News Gippsland as several cows roamed behind her. It's something, she said, "everybody knows in the district."
The owner of the cows brought a tractor to her house to hoist the cow off the trampoline, she told 3AW.
She told 9
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