General News

Fans hope to save runaway Rhode Island steer from the slaughterhouse

A fugitive steer on the run since early February may very well be on the chopping block after it was lastly captured Friday.

The runaway was headed for a slaughterhouse in Johnston, R.I., on Feb. 4. when it slipped away and started roaming the city.

Because it wandered the city’s neighborhoods for 48 days, it turned one thing of a celeb, with followers hoping it might be saved from turning into somebody’s barbecue.

“Can anybody in Rhode Island put me involved with the man who caught the runaway steer?,” tweeted Tammi Reiss, the head coach of the College of Rhode Island’s ladies’s basketball workforce. “I’ll pay him for the steer and relocate the steer to the sanctuary!”.

The animal’s proprietor, Ledyard Lewis, corralled the animal early Friday morning in Johnston. It was introduced again to Lewis’s two-century previous farm in North Stonington, Connecticut, Johnston Police mentioned.

The animal’s destiny from there may be unclear, the Windfall Journal reported. A petition asking for the steer to be despatched to a sanctuary has garnered greater than 12,000 signatures. And the proprietor of a sanctuary in New Jersey has supplied to take the animal, however hasn’t gotten a promise but, the paper reported.

Lewis couldn’t be reached Saturday for remark.

runaway steer
The runaway was headed for a slaughterhouse in Johnston, R.I., on Feb. 4. when it slipped away.
Johnston RI Police Division

About the author

Donna Miller

Donna Miller

Donna is one of the oldest contributors of Gruntstuff and she has a unique perspective with regards to Science which makes her write news from the Science field. She aims to empower the readers with the delivery of apt factual analysis of various news pieces from Science. Donna has 3.5 years of experience in news-based content creation, and she is now an expert at it. She loves journalism, and that is the reason, she moved from a web content writer to a News writer, and she is loving it. She is a fun-loving woman who has very good connections with every team member. She makes the working environment cheerful which improves the team’s work productivity.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment

Get in Touch!

To get in touch with gruntstuff or to tell us about a Story or Press Release, just send an email to gruntstuffnews @
. And, we will get back to you shortly.