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Video: Florida Deputies Save Pregnant Cow From Drowning

January 29, 2016  | 

VIDEO: Florida Deputies Save Pregnant Cow From Drowning

Pasco, FL, deputies were dispatched to a cow in distress. When they arrived to the scene, they found that a cow was on the verge of drowning in a lake, reports WTSP.

Officers say that the female cow was on the verge of dying from collapsing in the water. They worked to pull the cow out of the lake using ropes. Once she was on the ground, they realized that she was pregnant and in apparent shock. At the time, it looked like there was no way of saving the cow and that she was going to die. But officers consulted a vet and were able to stabilize her before the owner returned.

The cow is expected to give birth to her calf soon.


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Jon Retired LEO Wyoming @ 2/1/2016 3:15 PM

It would not surprise me if the cow would have gotten tangled up with one of those damned burmese pythons that seem to have taken over Florida. Although the cow would be too big for the snake to swallow, it certainly would not have stopped it from strangling it to death. Watch out for those damn things Florida!

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