In an amusing video posted on Twitter, a domestic cow for the past six months would enter inside a local cloth shop and cool herself down under the fan. The cow would enter the shop named Sairam Showroom, sit down on the mattress for hours without causing any disturbance to the staff or the customers and cool her body on a hot summer day.
According to the shop owners, the cow would come every day and sit anywhere. When the incident happened for the first time, it caused panic among the customers and the shop owner Polimera Obayya tried to push the cow out of the shop. The cow ignored the owner of the shop and sat for three hours under the fan. After three hours the cow eventually got up and left peacefully.
There is a shop named saibaba cloth Store in Mydukur town in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. For the last 6-7 months a cow regularly enters into this shop, sits for 2-3 hours under the fan and goes out without causing any nuisence to the shop or customers. 😊🙏@rvaidya2000 pic.twitter.com/DxjNMshKRT— Adarsh Hegde (@adarshhgd) November 5, 2019
Just like humans, animals also feel the hot weather. This cow, however, found a way to fight it as they too need to keep their body cool. Since the cow now visits the clothing store in the Mydukur district in Andhra Pradesh, people are also used to her presence. They offer her food, fruits, and some women even worship her with turmeric and vermillion. According to the shop owner, the cow has boosted the sales of their shop.
In a completely contrasting situation, a ‘psychotic’ cow called Bellvia left her owner in intensive care after smashing his ribs, puncturing his lung and destroying his spleen. Greg Nolen, from Alvin in Texas, said his brown and white pet started acting violently after giving birth to a calf last month. Recalling her worst attack so far, the farmer added: ‘When she got me down, she broke all my ribs on this side of my body except for one. ‘She basically punctured my ribs, punctured my lungs and destroyed my spleen.’ Greg added: "She’s turned into a lot meaner and crazier animal…She can be a little bit psychotic."