After saving a big bull when he was a little calf, a woman made best friends with him, and the two now share and enjoy his life like any pair of best friends would.
Heidi Ross knew she had to assist the small calf when she saw him face down in a pile of excrement, unable to breathe. Heidi’s heart was affected by the poor calf, and she felt compelled to do everything she could to save him.
The young woman was working on a farm at the time and had to ask the management to let her buy the calf rather than have it sent to the slaughterhouse.
Because the calf, now known as Thor, was born nearly a month early, he couldn’t stand or walk on his own, complicating his life. Heidi, who lives in the Scottish Highlands, was unconcerned about Thor’s health since the most important thing to her was being able to save him.
He has been caring for Thor since that day, and despite the fact that he has grown into a giant bull weighing about 750 kilos, he is still his darling pet.
Thor and Heidi have formed a virtually unbreakable and wonderful connection despite their physical and behavioral differences. Thor lies down and rolls over like a puppy to have his tummy tickled every time Heidi caresses him.
Heidi explained to METRO:
“Taking care of him has been a significant choice for me; I’ve never worked with large animals before, and the largest animal I’ve ever had was a guinea pig, so meeting Thor has been an amazing experience.”
The young lady claims that she has had to work hard to gain confidence; while he would never purposefully harm her, he may do it accidently. Thor is not violent, but due to his size, he is unaware that some motions, even while offering affection, might harm his companion.
Heidi continued, ”
“It hurts a lot when I suffer an inadvertent whack to the head.”
Thor, on the other hand, has become her unwavering support and is capable of cheering her up when she is having a rough day. Thor, like any pet, enjoys human contact, to the point where Heidi may lie on him and he appears to adore him.
Heidi made the following observation:
“I believe that any animal given the opportunity will demonstrate that all species, including domestic animals, are sensitive, have feelings, and emotions.”
The woman said she would not have believed it three years ago if someone had asked or told her she would be caring for a massive bull.
But the truth is that she now enjoys being covered in dirt, having straw in her hair, and cleaning the barn on Sundays.
“We’ve arrived, and I wouldn’t change a thing.”