Since September a rogue cow had been seen roaming the outskirts of Plattsmouth, Nebraska and in rural areas. The cow had a calf that was quickly caught but the mother didn’t want to surrender easily. Area cattle producers even tried to use the calf as “bait” to lure the cow into a confinement. While it worked the cow wasn’t happy and broke through the confinement and was once again on the loose. In the last three weeks the cow was starting to come into the city.
A local vet suggested they contact a cattle wrangler to corral the critter and his efforts worked. On Tuesday afternoon the Ninja Cow was caught.
It is suspected the cow escaped from a livestock truck in Bellevue, Nebraska last September. Another cow escaped at the same time but was quickly caught.