You Can Have Your Very Own Fluffy Mini Cow in Your Back Yard!

We couldn’t believe it ourselves, but it’s true! From now on, you can have an adorable mini cow as a pet, and they are just as cute as a button. 

The fluffy cows come from the LovableLittleOnes.com company, which breeds and trains fluffy mini cows to become our perfect pets.

The cows range in their breed, and each strain is uniquely different from the other: Highland, Hereford, Angus, Dexter, White Park, and Lowline are only a few breeds that the company is cultivating.

The cutie mini cows are as tiny as they come: they vary between 36 to 42 inches tall, which is basically the size of a large dog. That way, kids and adults could enjoy the fluffy cows, and learn a lot from them about serenity and responsibility.

It’s so easy to care for the adorable cows but requires commitment. Since they’re already trained, they know how to act and respond to different commands. 

The tiny cutie cows are friendly and love to give and receive a lot of affection. They’re also halter-broke and have an aim to love you and your children more than anything in the entire world!

Kids could learn a lot about raising a pet in general, but raising a mini cow is an entirely exceptional experience. The kids will learn about farm animals, how to wash them, and care for them properly. 

Cows are the calmest animals in the world, according to Indians and farmers everywhere, so you can be sure that thanks to them, children will learn how to take a minute to enjoy nature and real life.

The Lovable Little One’s company can be found in Eastern Colorado and sells the adorable tiny cows all over the U.S. A spayed mini steer, will cost you $1,500. However, a heifer could cost a lot more: from about $2,000 to $10,000 per female.

Although it sounds too good to be true, we must remember that owning any sort of pet has an amount of obligation and responsibility attached to it. 

If you choose to adopt the adorable fluffy cows, remember that you or your children will have to feed them, wash them, surround them endless love and attention (because they deserve to have a loving and affectionate home too!), and enough space, so they could run around and feel free.

We must remember that they are cows, so they do need a piece of nature close by to unite with it and lead a happy and fellfield life.

Furthermore, the mini cows will need a lot of care, which will cost you time and money.

Before you genuinely commit, think if your environment and routine will allow you to have such a remarkable pet that requires lots of care.

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