This Chained Bull Was Freed For The First Time ,What Happened Next Is Totally Adorable

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  • Published on:  Friday, March 1, 2019
  • This Chained Bull Was Freed For The First Time ,What Happened Next Is Totally Adorable

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  • eMystery

    eMystery

     10 months ago +113

    what do you thing about this beautiful rescue....? comment below 🙂

  • John Quinn

    John Quinn

     2 days ago

    Having been a beef dairy farmer for the last 12 years I can tell you straight out that animal is not mistreated and hasn't been held in that pen for very long. The animals coat is spotless. A long time housed animal would be covered in its own muck, a long time chained animal ( a rare practice ) would have worn the hair from around it's neck and most importantly a none hand reared animal that hadn't received regular contact with it owner wouldn't have come near christian ormight of attacked him. This animal is more then likely a show animal. I have cows and yearlings as friendly. The video just goes too show how little people know of livestock and how quickly they are willing too listen too others who have no clue or who are willing too portray situations for there own benefit.

  • Francie Stokes

    Francie Stokes

     3 days ago +3

    Wearing a red t-shirt is that mad to wear red

  • Phyllis Wurm

    Phyllis Wurm

     7 days ago

    It made me cry tears of joy. What a great beautiful story and rescue.

  • Aliceballard59

    Aliceballard59

     14 days ago

    What happened to the rest of the cows and bulls that was there?

  • Honey

    Honey

     14 days ago +1

    u r a doll and my Hero❣️‼️

  • Bolletje bruin

    Bolletje bruin

     21 days ago +1

    this is the normal behavior of evere steer or cow wich is captured. We all can do this to many animals , if we pay more for their products

  • R. White

    R. White

     1 months ago

    P.S. type @ paste the title into the YouTube browser and enjoy the delightful story.💕

  • R. White

    R. White

     1 months ago +1

    Gaucho-Tanz von Stier Bandit als Dank!
    30,332,634 views

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    Here’s the genuine and very enjoyable story of Bandit the rescued bovine. This real story is short, refreshing and a 100x’s better than this poorly piecemeal video.

  • Jennifer Warshiniack

    Jennifer Warshiniack

     1 months ago +1

    Awwwww🐮❤❤❤❤🐮🐮👍👍👍🥰

  • Patricia Nixon

    Patricia Nixon

     1 months ago +1

    What a beautiful story and what a wonderful organization
    This is why I don't go to rodeos anymore.
    Bulls are mean they're made to be aggressive.
    People...they have freedom of choice

  • Jay Hardin

    Jay Hardin

     1 months ago +1

    You can’t just drive off with someone’s livestock, probably made up story , cute though

  • Edie Babe

    Edie Babe

     1 months ago +1

    Speak for yourself sucker... I have always found bulls and cows to be awesome, smart, cute creatures full of personality. By always I mean since I was knee high to a grasshopper to be clear.😜

  • Giovanni Fox

    Giovanni Fox

     1 months ago +1

    So you just stole a bull? Lucky he was docile or you could have been killed!

  • Iram Savir

    Iram Savir

     1 months ago

    Bullshit!

  • Lyn Boxer

    Lyn Boxer

     2 months ago +2

    Thank you so much for saving Bandit! You are a kind soul!!! I wish you could have taken all of those other animals! God bless you! 💚❤️🍀💙💜💛🤗

  • Di F

    Di F

     2 months ago +2

    How wonderfull!! Great story. Feel sorry for those left behind, they must have thought they were going to be freed as well. Cannot understand how people keep animals in such terrible conditions.

  • snaggletooth555

    snaggletooth555

     2 months ago

    What a load of dung

  • Christy Carpenter

    Christy Carpenter

     2 months ago

    This is a bit over dramatic,,, I’ve seen this video in a while and he is a breeding bull they didn’t need and sent him to sanctuary instead of slaughter

  • Debs G

    Debs G

     2 months ago +1

    There was more bulls or cows in there.....