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Cattle and cuddly don’t usually go hand in hand, but prepare yourself. These are some adorable cows.
Just like show dogs, there are also show cows — and they are prepared for their competitions by getting fluffed up with a little product and a lot of blow-drying.
They can range in cost from $5,000 to $75,000, according to Today, and it can take months of daily care to keep them looking like this.
“Those cattle are pretty, and they’re tame,” Phil Lautner of Lautner Farms in Iowa told Today. “They’re so fluffy-haired; I’m sure a lot of people would like to hug them like a teddy bear.”
Lautner says he was caught a little off-guard by the Internet’s reaction to his cattle when he posted photos of them on Reddit, sparking sudden interest in the bovine stars.
But when you take a look at these cows, we’re sure you won’t be surprised that their pictures went viral!
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