Cows loose from Vincent High School safely returned
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Two cows escaped from Vincent High School's agriculture class Friday afternoon. The cows were reported loose around 3 p.m. Friday afternoon and had wandered into a neighbor's backyard.
A tweet from Milwaukee Public Schools said that the cows named Daisy and Violet were safe and sound by 4:45 p.m. MPS said it was a "moo-ving experience for everyone involved."
Daisy and Violet are back safe and sound at Vincent after having a little adventure this afternoon in the neighborhood. We’re told it was a “moo-ving” experience for everyone involved. pic.twitter.com/PLnQDaGLRE— Milwaukee MPS (@MilwaukeeMPS) January 19, 2018
Milwaukee Police, DNR and a trucking company helped get the girls back into their pens. Police said they were "udderly delighted to serve and protect."
We were “udderly” delighted to serve and protect—even our bovine residents!! https://t.co/fXQwAy9SBb— Milwaukee Police (@MilwaukeePolice) January 19, 2018