NEW KENT COUNTY, Va. -- The cow found roaming around in a Richmond neighborhood last weekend was spotted frolicking at her new forever home in New Kent County.
RACC Director Christie Chipps-Peters said the calf appeared to be familiar with humans, but skinny.
“I don’t know if she was dumped there or hidden there for someone to pick up. She wasn’t there for very long,” she explained. “We really want to know where she came from and what happened.”
RACC named the calf after the flowers found on Barton Avenue where she was captured.
The family that adopted Buttercup, who owns a 32-acre farm in Barhamsville, created a Facebook page so folks can follow her adventures.
Video posted to "The Adventures of Buttercup" page shows just how much she is enjoying her new field.
"Buttercup was enjoying the cool breeze and feeling good this morning," the post reads.
Her family said she feels great, is meeting other animals and is getting lots of love on the farm.