By anthony k
Have you ever wondered where the phrase “cowlick” comes from? Believe it or not, it actually dates back to the end of the 16th century. While we generally use it to refer to a stubborn tuft of hair, some cows don’t like to be blamed for such things and decided to show us what real tufts are. Humans, cats, and even dogs now know what a tuft really is.
If we had to guess, the cow is jealous that her human is paying attention to her farm mate. So how did she retaliate?
Or maybe he just thinks the guy didn’t brush his hair and was just being a friend and cleaning it up.
two. hello kitty
We don’t usually hear about cats and cows interacting. Given the behavior of cats, we would expect them to act like kings/queens of the farm, but this cow is not afraid of her leader. Perhaps this indoor champion isn’t interacting enough with his four-legged friends.
Cats have no problem licking themselves all day every day, but this cat doesn’t appreciate the cow’s help. He knows how to lick himself, and the cow just can’t get the right spots.
3. When you are at a family event
We love when families get together. Whether it’s once a week, every two months, or just once a year, getting together with your loved ones is always a special moment. This scene may be familiar to you if you’ve taken about five years of family gatherings.
Your aunts, cousins, and family friends will be seeking your attention, as each seeks to satisfy their curiosity about where you’ve been during your time away.