Baby cow found in Richmond gets adopted

Baby cow found in Richmond gets adopted
The baby cow has found its forever home. (Source: Scott Massie)

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - A baby cow found in Richmond has found its forever home.

RACC says the 5-month-old red and white Holstein calf, named Buttercup, was found in the 2200 block of Barton Avenue.

RACC says the 5-month-old red and white Holstein calf, named Buttercup, was found in the 2200 block of Barton Avenue.
RACC says the 5-month-old red and white Holstein calf, named Buttercup, was found in the 2200 block of Barton Avenue. (Source: RACC)

Buttercup was adopted by a family in New Kent who has a small farm with miniature Herefords, Quarterhorse and dogs.

The baby cow has found its forever home.
The baby cow has found its forever home. (Source: Scott Massie)

Buttercup’s new family says all of their animals, including the cows, have names and their farm is their forever home.

The family’s daughter said she lost her pet cow last year to cancer, so they are excited about their newest addition.

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