Early morning vandalism painful costly

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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A Charolais-Limousine cross cow rested in the field after being treated at the Pea Ridge Veterinary Clinic for a gun shot to the forehead and neck. The cow was one of three shot early Sunday morning. Two survived, but the bullets were not able to be removed.
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A Charolais-Limousine cross cow rested in the field after being treated at the Pea Ridge Veterinary Clinic for a gun shot to the forehead and neck. The cow was one of three shot early Sunday morning. Two survived, but the bullets were not able to be removed.

Falling to his knees crying, a 9-year-old boy asked his parents why his beloved pet was dead.


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