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Life was bleak for the Don and Ed, the dairy calves featured in this video, just a few weeks ago. Male cows born into the dairy industry are considered “waste” as they cannot produce milk and most are sent to the veal industry only moments after birth. Thankfully, however, Soledad Goats stepped in just in the nick of time and turned their whole situation upside down!

Now Don and Ed are going to live a full life of bottle feedings, new toys, and canine friends. Best of all is that they are now valued for who they are  – rather than what they can give humans. Based on how happy these two look, we’re confident that they will grow up to be big strong cows in no time at all!

To follow Don and Ed along, check out the Soledad Goats Sanctuary’s website and Facebook! For more rescued cow stories, click here.

 

 

 

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33 comments on “These Calves Were Destined for Veal Crates, But Then Something Amazing Happened! (VIDEO)”

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Juanita Corne-Roberts
1 Years Ago

I have never in my life eaten veal. Disgusting. Almost all meat free. Yikes. .


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MichaelandTania Marcotty
1 Years Ago

High time for stem cell meat and stop killing all animals


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MichaelandTania Marcotty
1 Years Ago

High time for stem cell meat and stop killing all animals


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Maryann Almeida
1 Years Ago

Thank you for saving them


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Victoria Chapman
1 Years Ago

Sarah Chapman-Pemberton


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Victoria Chapman
1 Years Ago

Sarah Chapman-Pemberton


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Timi Mantzouranis
1 Years Ago

Sweet innocent babies


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Kimberly Maggi
1 Years Ago

No one should order veal!


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Lisa McBeath
1 Years Ago

Sandi Femia


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Sandi Femia
12 Feb 2016

<3 <3 <3

Cindy McCarthy
1 Years Ago

Vegetarian 25 years and lovin it:))


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