This cow has had a huge 24 hours.
A freedom-loving bovine was spotted swimming in the ocean off Fremantle Port, Western Australia on Sunday afternoon, after escaping (or else falling off) a live exports ship, according to WA Today.
It was seen swimming near a jetty by Fremantle Sea Rescue, who were tasked with guiding the adorable cow to the nearest beach.
"The animal made its way to shore before running on land into the Fremantle town centre, where rangers and other agencies took over the recovery operation," said the rescue team on Facebook.
The rogue beast was then photographed at sunset on nearby South Beach, running wild as a stallion through a park where people were hanging out.
It managed to hide from council rangers for around 24 hours, presumably getting up to all kinds of wacky adventures.
It was eventually tracked down in the suburb of North Coogee at 4 p.m. according to Ten News, more than 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) away from where it had originally made its *moove* for freedom.
And just when you think you've herd it all, turns out there were actually a couple of cows involved in the escape. The old bait and switch. We like your style, cows.
Praying you don't have to board that ship again.
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