Thunder is my homeboy! Literally! He hails from #methuen #MA and the #merrimackvalley where he was raised as a 4H steer. The woman who owned him did not want him to be slaughtered so she passed him off to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm where he has lived for the past several years, alone and bored and without the company of other cows. I remember being high school age and driving past him all the time on my way to Salem, NH. I first met him two years ago when I tried to get him adopted by a local farmed animal sanctuary. Little did I know that we would reunite 2 years later and end up being neighbors! When I learned he was here too, and had made many bovine friends, had a girlfriend, and became the leader of the herd, it made me sob. I am overjoyed for him. It’s been a long time coming! Ge deserves the world! He’s about the size of a house and is extremely siciable and #friendly. He is a very good #friend and I #love him so much! Here he is enjoying some delicious hay. Those teeth!