Yes, can you believe the bull is STILL out! I had made up my mind that if he was still outside the gate when I got home from the feed store on Saturday, I was gonna try to pen him. But of course, he was no where in sight upon my return. So dufus me, I thought maybe the idiot owner had actually got him. Oh nooo! When I went out Sunday morning to feed, I saw him along our fence line. I couldn't believe it. He's like an apparition. He's there one minute and gone the next. I never saw him the rest of Sunday. Then Monday, we were bull free.
This evening I was outside the barn playin' with Lil Man (aka Titan). I heard a commotion up towards the road. I look and see my neighbor from across the road (not the bull's owner)chasing that stupid bull with his gator. Then the bull takes a right turn into our drive. My dogs go nuts and take off down the drive. I just happen to be on the phone with the husband during all this. I didn't know what the heck was about to happen. I got off the phone and started hollerin' at the dogs. The neighbor got the bull turned about 1/4 way down the drive and pushed him back out to the road. All the dogs but Harley (my killer Yorkie) came back. He was on a mission to get that bull! I had to take off down the drive yellin' like a mad woman. He finally stopped. The neighbor continued to push the bull down the road. Where he was goin', I have no idea. He crossed him over the bridge and from there I don't know. A little bit later, he came back by without the bull in tow. I guess he wanted to share the pain in the butt bull with the other neighbors down the road! It just amazes me that I haven't seen the owner attempt to catch the bull since Friday.
I thought about callin' the sheriff but we live in the corner of three counties. So depending on which side of the road he's on, would be who would deal with him. I'm sure it would be a big mess. If I get the sucker caught, I'm takin' him to the sale barn and tellin' them to do whatever they do with strays. It's just ridiculous now.
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