Wiley cow finally comes home
WARSAW, POLAND- A brown cow didn't jump over the moon but it may as well have since it took two years to catch it.
The cow escaped from a farm two years ago and lived on the lam in a forest, sometimes damaging crops. The owner, Leszaek Zasada, says the cow escaped from his farm the day after he brought her home.
Farmers in the area complained the cow named Matylda she did a lot of damage but no one could catch her. She survived two winters on her own but the time in the wild took its toll.
She lost a calf she was often seen with and when he came home she was full of scars.
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