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Montana — Molly B, a lucky Montana cow that was spared after jumping over a slaughterhouse gate and swimming across the Mississippi River, is being given a new home.

The cow, Molly B, was among an estimated 1,200 animals removed from the Montana Large Animal Sanctuary and Rescue in recent weeks as part of a massive effort to bail out its overwhelmed owners.

Animal rights groups said they were forced to euthanize dozens of starving and ill cattle, horses and llamas found on the 400-acre sanctuary in rural Sanders County.

The bovine celebrity herself – an overweight black Angus breed said to be sore in the hoof but otherwise relatively healthy – was removed to a nearby ranch and is headed this week to a smaller farm sanctuary.

Read more at Associated Press.com

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