Arkansas state troopers rescue escaped miniature cow, then let her ride shotgun as they return her to safety
It was a chase and rescue that had a happy ending.
According to Arkansas State Police, a concerned family contacted them on Saturday about their miniature cow that had gotten loose on Interstate 30.
Troopers in the Troop G area kept an eye out for the cow for the next two days while patrolling the highway.
On Monday, Corporal Hamilton spotted the miniature cow in the median. Knowing that the cow would not fit in his car, Hamilton contacted an off-duty trooper who he knew owned a truck.
Trooper First Class Henley showed up to help Hamilton catch the cow.
The two were able to safely catch the cow and to make sure she didn’t get loose again, they let her ride in the front seat.
The two troopers took a few selfies with the cow before Henley took her to his house to get some food and water while they waited for the family to arrive and bring her home. She was reunited with her family that day.
Source Arkansas State Police