This 2,500-pound steer is pure pet!

Canadian cattle farmer, Chrissy Chin, has a special bond with her steer, Ricky. Did we forget to mention he is 2,500 pounds?

She told Newsweek that Ricky is not being raised for beef and instead will be used for pure cuddles.

Having cattle as pets is not a new feeling to her. She grew up on her family ranch, where they had four cattle as pets and also some breeding cattle.

Steers can grow up to 3,000 pounds depending on their breed. Chin did not expect Ricky, the massive grass puppy, to grow to his docile size, and she says it even shocks farmers when they pay a visit.


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Chin says she is not shy about showing off her animals.

She adds it always puts a smile on her face sharing the story of Ricky.

Story via Alice Gibbs via Newsweek

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