About a week ago, a truck was taking a cow to a Paterson slaughterhouse in New Jersey, United States. However, she was not an ordinary cow and her story broke the internet.

Around 2:45 a.m. on Thursday night, the now-famous cow called Brianna fell 8 feet out of the second level of a truck that was taking her to a dead-end. She wandered around the highway until authorities captured her after an hour-long chase. She was named in honor of a police officer Brian who alerted the sanctuary to the animal’s escape.

However, the story doesn’t end here.

Little did they know, she was nine months pregnant. Some may think that she did that in order to save her baby. As soon as she arrived at Skylands of Wantage sanctuary, she gave birth to her baby who was named “Winter”.

They both are safe and sound and now live in the sanctuary.

Earlier this week, the calf Winter took its first steps. This moment, just like her birth and arrival, were filmed and shared on Skylands social networks, where you can see the new mother and daughter.

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About a week ago, a cow jumped from a truck that was carrying her to a slaughterhouse

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

After an hour-long chase, the authorities captured her

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

Instead of a slaughterhouse, they brought her to Skylands of Wantage sanctuary

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

Only then they discovered that she was nine months pregnant

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

As soon as she arrived at Skylands of Wantage sanctuary, she gave birth to her baby who was named “Winter”

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

It gave the impression that she jumped from the truck thinking about her baby

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage

The calf is already walking and today lives happily with his mother in the sanctuary

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And here is the owner of Skylands of Wantage sanctuary – Mike Stura – together with little Winter!

Image credits: Skylands of Wantage


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