Sunday, September 27, 2015

Help with Donation of Cow

A British animal welfare charity said on Saturday that it would donate a cow to a temple north of London, in a bid to repair relations that were damaged last year when a sacred cow was put down. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) said it was apologizing for the "hurt" caused when the 13-year-old Belgian Blue-Jersey cross, Gangotri, was killed last December because it was in pain, but added that it was not apologizing for putting the animal down. Hundreds of Hindus protested outside RSPCA's offices last year, accusing it of secretly killing the animal. The Bhaktivedanata Manor in Hertfordshire, where the cow was housed and which was set up by former Beatle George Harrison, said the RSPCA would donate a Meuse-Rhine Issel cow.

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