Calf Rejected By His Herd Gains Loving Dog Family

A Highland Cow rejected by the rest of the herd has grown up thinking it is a dog – after its owners raised it inside the family home. Cattle owners Adam, 33, and Emily Hopson, 32, have raised adorable calf James inside their home with their dogs who he cannot resist licking.

And their adorable photos of the hairy bovine living alongside his canine pals have made him a social media sensation. Emily said: “He is the sweetest creature. He loves to lick us and the dogs. And to just lay beside us and be scratched and petted.

A Highland Cow rejected by the rest of the herd has grown up thinking it is a dog – after its owners raised it inside the family home. Cattle owners Adam, 33, and Emily Hopson, 32, have raised adorable calf James inside their home with their dogs who he cannot resist licking.

And their adorable photos of the hairy bovine living alongside his canine pals have made him a social media sensation. Emily said: “He is the sweetest creature. He loves to lick us and the dogs. And to just lay beside us and be scratched and petted

.A Highland Cow rejected by the herd has grown up thinking he is a dog after his humans began raising him inside the family home. James the cow was likely born with oxygen-deprivation. When Cattle owners Adam, 33, and Emily Hopson, 32, noticed he wasn’t being accepted by the herd, they brought him to their home as a pet as he would not have survived without their help. He is now 4 months old and loves his canine pals, who he hangs out and plays with. The adorable calf cannot resist licking the dogs, who take it all in stride. Emily says of James, ““He is the sweetest creature. He loves to lick us and the dogs.

And to just lay beside us and be scratched and petted.” Photos and video of the cute calf are going viral, and it’s no wonder as he makes the cutest hairy bovine to hang out with dogs I’ve ever seen! Share James’ and his pack with your friends and family.

Meet Goliath. He’s an adorable baby cow who’s convinced he’s a dog. Goliath, who’s actually a small calf, was rescued nearly two months ago from a dairy farm that was planning on slaughtering him, according to Shaylee Hubbs, a high school senior who lives with her family on a ranch in Danville, California.

Though Goliath was “so weak and so small that he couldn’t stand and you could pick him up very easily” when the family first got him, they’ve now nursed him into a healthy 8-week-old calf, Hubbs told ABC News today. The only thing is that he doesn’t think he’s a cow at all.

“I’m pretty sure he thinks he’s a dog,” said Hubbs, 17. “He was raised with our three dogs, and he’s around them every day. They chase and play together, he watches how they eat their dog food and drink water from their bowls and copies them and he even lays in their dog beds. He even loves scratches on his neck around his ear.”

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