Pregnant cow rescued after getting stuck in mud for a week

When a food delivery rider took a break from his work, he never anticipated to become a hero, but that’s precisely what occurred when he heard the cries of a pregnant cow caught in a dried-up pond for a week. Working together with the Bang Kaew Rescue Team, Thawathepmontri “Off” Theerawong spent three hours rescuing the animal and leading her to security.
The forty four yr outdated delivery rider parked his motorbike on the roadside to take a break when he heard an odd noise coming from a cow that was caught within the mud. Half of the cow’s body was submerged in the dried-up pond, and Off couldn’t help it alone. So, he contacted the Bang Kaew Rescue Team for assistance.
Off and the rescue staff tried to remove the filth and mud around the cow with their palms nevertheless it didn’t work. Then, they used a tractor to drag the cow out. Research of was sluggish but after three hours the supply rider and rescue team efficiently dug the cow out of the mud. The staff later discovered that the animal had been pregnant for about one month. Mother and baby calf or calves had been pronounced safe by the rescue staff.
A 59 year previous police officer named Chuchai is the owner of the cow. Chuchai is delighted to get the cow again and relieved it is safe. He said he looked for it every day since it disappeared from his house seven days ago.
Chuchai informed the media that the cow was about three years old and her identify was Nam Daeng. This was the second time that it disappeared from the home. Last time, he found it 6 kilometres from the house.
Last week, authorities from the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park returned a misplaced sluggish loris to the forest within the western province of Prachuap Khiri Khan after it had wandered into a residential area in search of food.
Two weeks in the past, a feminine sambar deer was rescued after it was shot several times in its leg by poachers at Kaeng Krachan National Park within the western province of Phetchaburi. Her leg needed to be amputated and could not return to the forest. The deer, identify Sandee, was relocated to a brand new residence within the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre in Hua Hin..

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