Watch Fearless Police Chase a Runaway Cow Through a Neighborhood
Running from the police is never the right thing to do. Well, that is unless you’re a cow just wanting a little bit of freedom! Let’s see this cow give the cops a run for their money!
Watch This Hilarious Video Below!
Runaway Cow in Colorado
On Sunday, October 22, 2023, a cow got loose in Englewood, Colorado. He decided to take a stroll through a suburban neighborhood. The police department comically stated this cow just wanted to trick or treat!
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office added, “The steaks were high and we didn’t want to butcher this slow-speed chase, but this cow was moooooving!”
At the start of this Twitter video shared just above, we see the cow moving slowly between the cars parked in the driveway. The video adds, “Deputies and cowboys were on a ‘steak’ out to capture a runaway cow.”
The deputies and cowboys in the area had a trailer hitched up to make it easier to transport the cow once they were able to catch it. At 13 seconds, we laughably see this cow pass right by this trailer. As if he is saying, “No thanks, I’m not done trick or treating yet.”
Neighbors started to get wind of this predicament and offered their two cents. Sarah Quin, who lives just down the street from where all the action took place, says, “It popped up this morning that there was a cow in the neighborhood, and I was like, ‘What?’ So I took a look at my Ring and saw some pictures and some videos of just a cow in the dark at 5 a.m. around the neighborhood, pretty crazy,”
By the end of the video, we see that the cow was finally caught and was safely put in the trailer!
How Many Cattle Live in Colorado?
Cattle can be defined as “domesticated bovids raised for meat, milk, and leather or as beasts of burden.” Examples of cattle would be cows, bulls, oxs, etc. According to a study completed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Colorado Cattle Facts, the inventory of cattle and calves in Colorado was 2.85 million.
The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association states that cattle are being raised in every county in Colorado. There are 64 counties in Colorado, so it is not surprising there would be so many cattle for the entire state. Out of this 2.85 million, this one cow in the video up above was brave enough to try and make a break for it. Perhaps he was headed to the neighboring state of Wyoming.