It's not too often that you hear about a protective cow, but this is Wildomar and you're about to hear about Opal, the heroic cow.
|Opal, the heroic cow.|
Her owners, Michelle and Chris, have lived in Wildomar a year... to the day as of the writing of this blog, and they love the pace of our community.
In March they heard about Opal from a family in Menifee and they knew they had the room for her on their property and in their hearts so they adopted her.
|Opal loves her yard, and though she's not a bull, if you mess with her territory you'll be getting the horns, as if she were.|
Then the other day Michelle was out with Opal when some commotion began near the gate on their property. Chris called Michelle to warn her, but it was too late. She came face to face with someone that the police were pursuing.
He had hoped their gate and when Michelle saw him she let out a scream. That got Opal into gear and she chased the bad guy and cornered him, at which time the police apprehended the suspect.
Opal was rewarded with horse cookies, and all was well.
|These look eerily similar to the carob, oatmeal, peanut butter balls I used to make. 😋|
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