Saturday, March 30, 2002

Call her Cinci Freedom

        Charolais, Cincinnati's fugitive cow, has a new name as she heads to the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y. — after riding in Monday's Opening Day parade.

        The cow who led pursuers on a 10-day search has been named Cinci Freedom “to commemorate the city's commitment to animal protection,” said the Farm Sanctuary, a national animal-protection group.

        “Cincinnati is really a trendsetter in the compassionate treatment of farm animals,” said the Sanctuary's Lorrie Bausto.

        Pop artist Peter Max was awarded temporary custody after donating artworks expected to fetch more than $100,000. Mr. Max, a long-time Sanctuary member, will transfer custody to the group, Ms. Bauston said.
        — Kakie Urch


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- Call her Cinci Freedom
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