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She came to us from the Beer Sheva area.

Volunteers found a lame young cow in a sewer under the bridge in frozen Be'er Sheva and measured when her hind leg looked broken. She was shaking and scared, lacking energy and motivation, and did not let anyone approach her.

It turned out that she belonged to the Bedouin from the area -   that she went for a walk with them in the morning, slipped, was injured and left behind, and the owner of the herd does not intend to take her back._ cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-138

Happily we received permission to take her to our place of safety. After 17 hours of rescue, the little one arrived at the farm. We immediately provided her with a spacious cell in the stable, hay for food and heating, clean water and a drop of mixture for heating and trapping.

She underwent orthopedic tests for the broken leg. She seems to need a lot of rest, painkillers, quiet, security, warmth and love.

She has already allowed us to pet her and show her slowly that she has no reason to worry,   that she has finally reached the estate, and here no one will hurt her, _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d _ _ _ -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ will not do her any harm.

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