The Blind Cow Keeps Hugging And Kissing The People Who Saved Her

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Rian Feldman / Uncle Neil’s Home

Helen, a 19-year-old cow veteran, was born blind on a dairy farm. She lived there most of her life, but when she reached a point where her previous owners could no longer care for her, it was time to find her a decent retirement. And that’s where Uncle Neil’s Home comes in, the perfect place for rescued farm animals.

The day Helen moved into her new residence; she was very confused. Rian Feldman, the friendly founder and president of Uncle Neil’s Home, described his arrival to The Dodo:

“I was very upset. She’s blind and just taken out of the only environment she’s known for 19 years. He wasn’t eating [and] he wasn’t moving much. So many things were new to her: from new voices, new food, new environment, new sounds and new smells.”

A blind cow hugs and kisses her rescuers

blind cow hug kiss people rescued
Rian Feldman / Uncle Neil’s Home

The staff at Uncle Neil’s Home were fearless and dedicated to doing all they could to make Helen feel safe and loved. And we’re not talking about casual affection, but a love and dedication of the kind to keep you up all night, like raising a baby…or, in this case, a cow.

blind cow hug kiss people rescued
Rian Feldman / Uncle Neil’s Home

The result of all those hours of loving care and intensive care quickly became apparent. Helen became a big ball of affection, hugging, kissing and adoring her rescuers. Basically, Helen has become the grandmother that everyone wants to have.

She’s so affectionate that if she notices her keepers aren’t around, she’ll start mooing like a farmhouse alarm clock until someone comes to hug her.

Helen’s affection was so contagious that Feldman confessed:

“She adores us and we love her more than we knew we could love anyone…She knocks us down almost every day for hugging us with her head wrapped around her body and constantly licking our clothes!”

blind cow hug kiss people rescued
Rian Feldman / Uncle Neil’s Home

Helen’s transformation from scared and confused cow to loving grandmother was worthy of a Hollywood movie. And although Helen hasn’t been in the sanctuary for a long time, her rescuers can’t imagine their lives without her beefy hugs and unconditional love.

blind cow hug kiss people rescued
Rian Feldman / Uncle Neil’s Home

If this love story touched you and you want to help Helen and other animals enjoy their retirement, you can donate to Uncle Neil’s Home. We promise Helen will thank you with a loud moo of love!

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