Rescued Cow Walks On A Field For The First Time

Homie was 5 months old when he was brought to Happily Ever After Farm.

He lived on a farm where he was being raised for beef, but The farmer’s grandson bonded with Homie and couldn’t accept his fate. That’s when he purchased Homie from his grandfather and began to search for a safe haven for him.

Amanda Marie Carter, who helps run the HEAF sanctuary, captured the beautiful moment Homie stepped onto a field for the first time.

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Homie was 5 months old when he was brought to HEAF. He lived on a farm where he was being raised for beef. The farmers grandson bonded with Homie and couldn’t accept his fate. That’s when he purchased Homie from his grandfather and began to search for a safe haven for his best friend. Our paths crossed and Homie found his Happily Ever After with us. Homie had never stepped foot into a field before this moment. To this day this video still makes me cry and is one of my favorite moments we have had here. 💛 We just launched a new campaign with @bonfire swipe to see! And click this link to shop some the cutest shirt in honor of Homie! https://www.bonfire.com/dont-eat-my-homie/ . . . #DontEatMyHomie #SavedFromSlaughter #FriendsNotFood

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