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I really want a cow. lol for a pet. But since my mom wont let me put one in the back yard I have to wait till I get my own place :(
I really like the highland cows I think they are cute and what not and arnt they suppose to be good "family" pets, friendly and stuff.
Has anyone had/have them or know of someone who has had them? Any info I should know before I get one ( when I move out )
Just so everyone knows I plan on getting:
When I move out my goal is nearly done cause ive got:
Pot belly pig
Oh thats the only farm animals ive got. Anyway sorry to get off topic just excited about my dream farm :D I can see it now!
i have just seen them in photos...never in person. they are very cute though. i wonder if their "mane" gets super tangly??? he is really cute. i kinda want one now.:razz:
"the emo cow"
i want a cow too!
lol. I know ppl think im crazy to just want one for a pet but look at em.
-tbenitez I bet they do get tangly
Dashie would probably be a good one to ask.
she is like an enclopedia with moo moos. :D
And smart too.8-):-)
lol... "Bye hun! Got to go brush the cow out." Thats so me ^_^
i have a herd of 30+ highlands
any questions i am happy to attempt to answer...
Yeah, I think the scottish highlands are cool - never laid eyeballs on one till I moved here to Connecticut.
They are beefers. No more friendly/unfriendly than any other cow.
Just remember that cows are a herd animal, and are more happy in groups.Here's a pic of my neighbors bull ....hansome fella, ainn't he?:D
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