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Cow Given Second Chance After Violating COVID-19 Stay at Home Order in New Jersey

HAMILTON, ATLANTIC COUNTY, NJ – Hamilton Township police officers gave Yogi the cow a second chance after violating stay-at-home orders.  Yogi was able to get out of his home at the Funny Farm Animal Rescue and was safely returned without incident.

“Yogi from the Funny Farm wasn’t exactly following the Governor’s orders last night and went on a late-night stroll until Officer Kristi “The Wrangler” Ware came to the rescue. Although Yogi was out past curfew, he was returned home safely,” the department said.

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“Yogi’s Midnight Stroll”“I just went to bed at 10pm and my phone rings. I thought, “how odd.” I could see a car…

Posted by Funny Farm Rescue on Tuesday, April 14, 2020

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