Runaway Cows: 2 is a Trend

Hot on the heels of Floss, the hidey-hole-finding, paintball-field-terrorizing Yorkshire runaway comes word of an unnamed bovine escapee on the run in Queens today. Last we heard she was being corralled with the help of the mounted (on horses, that is) police force. The spectacularly-named Richard P. Gentles, spokesman for the city Animal Care and Control Agency, tells the New York Times:

Go, cow, go!
Rupa Bhattacharya, Culinary Writer
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