I have been searching for the news story to send to my brother but I haven't found it yet. I did phone him and tell him, as well as forwarding another Cutie's pm, so he now knows about it, though I don't know what he can do. It's about a 15 hour drive from where he lives in NSW and he can't just take time off work to go up there, as much as I know he wants to check out the damage done to his house and start the cleaning up.
I think I will phone him again tomorrow to see if there is any way I can help.
Tell him to look for the video by date it was aired on the 17th of February so he can flip back through the pages it has numbered pages for the videos like this site at the bottom of the video page it has a close up of a cow in the doorway.. Hugs Joyce
So sorry to hear what has happened to this family. My prayers are going out to them. Shirley
So sorry to hear that.Sending prayers their way, and hoping they will recover soon from this disaster. Hugs and blessings, Rachel
Yes they need all the prayers and hugs they can get. Hugs Joyce
No I never, I guess it only goes to show that cows are not house trained. Considering they usually live in a paddock and eat grass and any place is their toilet, I am sure the community will help them out...
The so called mud army all volinteers from all over Australia are helping
This is a horrible outcome to that family. Praying that the community will step up and help them with their ruined possessions and find them a clean place to live.