Halloween Highland bull makes surprise home visit
A STUNNED family called in animal rescuers after discovering a Highland bull in their garden.
The residents, on a quiet street in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, alerted wildlife rescuers on Wednesday morning.
Rescuers were then confronted by an animal they suspect had jumped over a boundary fence after being frightened by a dog.
Joanna Boyle and Gavin Law of the Scottish SPCA managed to lead the escapee safely back to his field 200 yards away. They revealed the bull was encouraged back to his home after spotting his “girlfriends”.
Ms Boyle said: “He was quite reluctant to go back into his field at first but as soon as he saw his three girlfriends waiting for him he went quite happily.”
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